5 Days trip in Spain

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Spain is a beautiful and diverse country with a rich history, vibrant culture, and friendly people. It is a popular tourist destination known for its beaches, mountains, cities, and delicious cuisine.

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Day 1

  1. La Boqueria Market

    120 minutes

    Experience one of the world's most famous markets, with a variety of local and exotic produce, including cheeses, seafood, vegetables, and meats. Take part in an immersive food experience, trying everything from Iberian ham to traditional Catalan dishes.

  2. Park Guell

    180 minutes

    Take a leisurely stroll through this stunning park, a UNESCO World Heritage site designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudi. Admire the quirky sculptures and architecture, take in the stunning views of the city from the terrace and relax in this peaceful oasis.

  3. Passeig de Gracia

    120 minutes

    Shop at some of the city's finest boutiques, from luxury brands to up-and-coming designers. Get a taste of the local fashion scene, and indulge in some retail therapy before enjoying a meal in one of the many great restaurants in the area.

Day 2

  1. Casa Mila

    120 minutes

    Visit one of the most iconic buildings designed by Gaudi in the city. Explore the incredible architecture and unique interiors, and learn about the history of the building and the life of its inhabitants.

  2. Barceloneta Beach

    180 minutes

    Experience the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea, relax on one of the most famous beaches in Barcelona, and try some of the best seafood in the city. Enjoy a refreshing swim, go sunbathing or rent a bike to explore the picturesque coastal area.

  3. Mercat de la Barceloneta

    120 minutes

    Explore one of the city's most popular food markets, and try some of the best seafood and fresh produce in the area. Learn about the local cuisine, and taste your way through some of the most delicious and authentic dishes Barcelona has to offer.

Day 3

  1. Montserrat Monastery

    240 minutes

    Embark on a breathtaking journey to the stunning Montserrat Monastery, located in a natural park about an hour from Barcelona. Admire the spectacular views of the Catalan countryside, learn about the history of the monastery, and listen to the boys' choir perform.

  2. Calcotada Festival in Valls

    180 minutes

    Experience a traditional Catalan feast, the Calcotada Festival in Valls. Indulge in irresistible chargrilled calcots, accompanied by a variety of bbq meats, sauces, and wine all in an authentically festive atmosphere in this small village near Tarragona.

  3. El Raval

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a night out on the town, exploring El Raval and visiting some of the best bars and restaurants the city has to offer. Get some tapas, enjoy some local wine, and soak in the lively and colorful atmosphere of this vibrant neighborhood.

Day 4

  1. Joan Miró Foundation

    120 minutes

    Experience the surrealist world of one of the most famous Spanish artists, Joan Miró. Explore the collection of over 14,000 works of art including paintings, sculptures, and sketches.

  2. Barri Gotic

    180 minutes

    Take a walk around the charming and iconic Gothic Quarter, one of the oldest districts in Barcelona with over 2,000 year old ruins. Shop at a variety of boutique and souvenir shops that offer trendy fashion and unique crafts, jewelry as well as antiques.

  3. Carrer del Parlament

    120 minutes

    Explore the trendy and bohemian neighborhood of Sant Antoni. Take in the stunning architecture and enjoy a variety of bars, restaurants and tasting rooms featuring local delights. Try vermouth that has been aged in rum barrels or oysters and cava pairings.

Day 5

  1. La Barceloneta Market

    120 minutes

    Experience a traditional Spanish market and choose from a variety of fresh seafood, meats, cheeses, and vegetables and learn about the local cuisine followed by lunch with friends in the picturesque park bordering the market.

  2. Tibidabo Amusement Park

    240 minutes

    Relive your childhood, and enjoy the theme park of Tibidabo located in the Collserola Range that offers some of the best panoramic views of the City. Enjoy the park's classic rides including an old-fashioned Ferris wheel original’s from 1900s.

  3. Poble Sec

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a night out in Poble Sec, famous for its hidden bars, restaurant, and vibrant nightlife. Discover the craft cocktail scene, tapas bars and have a shopping spree through the variety of quirky boutiques and vintage shops.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-30 USD per night
80-100 USD per night
50-70 USD per night


10-15 USD for a 10-ride ticket
20-30 USD for a 20-minute ride
Bike rental
15-20 USD per day


5-10 USD per meal
Street food
3-7 USD per snack
Fancy meal
50-100 USD per person


Sagrada Familia entrance fee
30-40 USD per person
Park Guell entrance fee
10-15 USD per person
Barcelona City Tour Bus
30-40 USD per person

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