Barcelona is nicely laid out with La Rambla as the central pedestrian street. When you wander down this famous boulevard you will get a smile on your face. Among the locals and the many tourists you will find the most creative and entertaining street jugglers and artists. A stroller painted in white with a full-grown man screaming, a football juggler with a talent destined for something bigger or mime with his face painted in gold are just some of the things you might encounter on La Rambla. It ozes of life and it is easy to find a cheap hotel nearby.
La Rambla ends at the Barceloneta Beach. A white sandy beach where the clear blue ocean of the Mediterranean meets the sand. Man locals use the well-deserved siesta on the beach under the Catalan sun. Between La Rambla and the Barceloneta you also find the Franco Museum depicting the Spanish Civil War.
Study tours to Barcelona - a cultural mecca
Catalonia has raised some of the greatest artists of the World and some of the most recognisable works. Picasso, Miro, and Gaudi are all artists whose works should be admired on a study tour to Barcelona. Antoni Gaudi has left his mark on Barcelona. The most famous work is the church of La Sagrada Familia, which has yet to be completed and according to the saga never will be.
Combine a study tour to Barcelona with football
Whether you want to attend a match or opt for a tour of Camp Nou - FC Barcelona's famous stadium - you are in for a treat. The legendary stadium is synonym with glory and honour and is a great experience even for those not interested in football.
This amazing city ozes of creativity and life and on a study tour to Barcelona you are sure to enjoy yourself, the culture, nature, the wide boulevards and the creative kitchen.
Don't miss the following on a study tour to Barcelona:
- La Sagrada Familia
- The Gaudi buildings
- Parc Güell
- The Picasso Museum
- La Rambla
- Mont Juïc
- Villa Olympica
- Attend a football game at Nou Camp
- Learn spanish at a language school
Outside Barcelona you can also visit:
- The Montserrat Monestary
- The Dali Museum in Figueres/Girona