Barcelona is the best choice to enjoy a winter getaway. Its exceptional climate enables us to be spend quality time both indoors and outdoors. We suggest several iconic places in the city to enjoy Barcelona’s mild winter.
Located in the former convent of Sant Agustí, it presents a journey through the origins of chocolate. From the cultivation of the cocoa bean to the process of making chocolate and its transformation into the sweet object of desire. You’ll be amazed by the numerous works of art made with chocolate by master confectioners. A different kind of museum to enjoy on a winter’s day.
Sant Felip Neri Square
Located in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, this square is one of the corners with a special charm. The access to the square is preceded by narrow streets in the oldest part of the city. On the walls of the church that gives its name to the square you can still see the remnants of shrapnel from a bomb dropped during the Spanish Civil War. It is also the site of the city’s former Shoe Museum. A square full of history that encourages you to continue strolling through the streets of the neighborhood.
Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar
Built in the 14th century, it has seen some of the most important historical episodes in the city of Barcelona. In Gothic style, this minor basilica is listed as an Asset of Cultural Interest, the light is the main character of the interior, this building that presents an exterior of solid and robust appearance, marvels once you enter and discover the three-nave building covered by a ribbed vault. A marvel of Gothic architecture that you can’t miss.
And after this, don’t wait any longer and take advantage of our promotion at the beginning of the year and book before the 31st of January, we will take you from Barcelona airport, Reus airport, Girona airport or Camp de Tarragona AVE station to your chosen destination.