Barcelona City Tours
Say olé to a three day stay
Bask in Barcelona all inclusive. Spend three glorious days and nights here before your ship even sets sail. Add a Celebrity City Stay to your cruise. The 3 Day All-Inclusive Barcelona Tours package indulges you with accommodations we've chosen (so you know they're luxurious) and with tours guided by experts (so you know you'll see the must-sees and do the must-dos). Start your vacation early by adding an Barcelona City Tour to your Celebrity cruise. Visit the mountain of Montserrat, where you’ll pass through a Benedictine community on your way to lunch and maybe hear the choirboys singing . Hit up Barcelona’s bars for some tapas and cava. Let locals guide you through Gaudi’s greats—Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, and La Pedrera. Some of the best-kept ruins and riches in the Mediterranean are found here. So, immerse yourself in one of the world's top cities before you start your modern luxury cruise with a City Tour Barcelona.
Benvinguts! (Welcome)! We'll meet you at the airport to whisk you away to the Renaissance Barcelona Hotel, where it's all about location, location, location (and luxury, of course). Just steps away from Barcelona's historical sights and hottest attractions, you'll be in the heart of the city.
Start exploring right away. Las Ramblas, Gaudi's Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera are all within walking distance. But, before you go, you may want to book tours, reserve restaurants, and gather tips from the experts at the Celebrity Cruise Hospitality Desk. They're here to make sure your stay is your personalized idea to be as unique as you are.
Locals in Barcelona plan dinner while having lunch. It only takes one meal to understand why. Overwhelmed with options? No problem—we've got it covered. Ask the Hospitality Desk for recommendations, reservations, and reviews that will (more than) please your palate.
After your complimentary breakfast, head out on a guided tour of the Catalan countryside. A trip to the Oller del Mas includes visits to the castle, vineyard, and wine cellar with local experts. The experience wouldn't be complete without a sample of the wine and Catalan snacks.
Next stop – the mountain of Montserrat, where you'll head to the famous La Moreneta of the Basilica. Pass through a millenary Benedictine community on your way to lunch. You might even hear the choirboys of the Escolania de Montserrat performing for locals. Enjoy some designated free time before you head back to the city.
Barcelona is a city that never sleeps. Up for a cocktail? Drop in to one of the many Barcelona bars for some tapas and cava. Or check out the Palau de la Musica Catalana. If it's relaxation you crave, settle in and cozy up on the rooftop terrace at your hotel.
After complimentary breakfast at the hotel, indulge in some downtime or hit the nearby Paseo de Gracia for some shopping. The choice is yours—and so is the morning. The Hospitality Desk is always available for morning tour recommendations.
Start your guided tour at the famous museum and cultural center, Hospital Sant Pau. Local experts will guide you through Gaudi's greats—Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, and La Pedrera. A drive through Passeig d Gracia's Avenue and the Gothic Quarter will be followed by a walking tour through Placa de Catalunya. End your tour at Barcelona's City Museum, home to some of the best-kept ruins and riches in the Mediterranean.
Feast your eyes (and appetites) on a Mediterranean dinner curated especially for you at a top Barcelona restaurant. Return to your hotel for a relaxing night on the rooftop terrace, or soak up every last bit of Barcelona's vibrant nightlife before your departure.
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