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Gite di un giorno a Barcellona

Stampa questa guida Creato da Ewa Lyczewska
Gite di un giorno a Barcellona
I viaggiatori sostengono che non sia possibile stancarsi di Barcellona, ma se tu dovessi esserlo, ecco alcune opzioni di viaggio della durata di un giorno.
Per: Famiglie, Gruppi, Seniors, Singoli
Stagioni: Primavera, Estate, Autunno, Inverno
 
Girona
Girona

One of the most historic sites in Spain, Girona lies in northeast Catalonia, just 99 km (62 mi) from Barcelona. Founded by Romans, the city later was taken over by Moors and Franks before finally falling under the rule of Barcelona. Influenced by different cultures and religions, the city beckons visitors with beautiful architecture. The Old and New Town offer many opportunities to Più

One of the most historic sites in Spain, Girona lies in northeast Catalonia, just 99 km (62 mi) from Barcelona. Founded by Romans, the city later was taken over by Moors and Franks before finally falling under the rule of Barcelona. Influenced by different cultures and religions, the city beckons visitors with beautiful architecture. The Old and New Town offer many opportunities to pleasurably get lost and observe local life and culture. Meno

Figueres
Figueres

Figueres is the birthplace of Salvador Dali and home to the Dali Museum, one of the most-visited Spanish museums. Not surprisingly, it is the place for the lovers of fine art. Close to the border with France, this Catalan city offers great food, wine, and beaches. Figueres is just 15 minutes by car or 25 minutes by train from the beaches of Costa Brava. Not as touristy as Barcelona, the Più

Figueres is the birthplace of Salvador Dali and home to the Dali Museum, one of the most-visited Spanish museums. Not surprisingly, it is the place for the lovers of fine art. Close to the border with France, this Catalan city offers great food, wine, and beaches. Figueres is just 15 minutes by car or 25 minutes by train from the beaches of Costa Brava. Not as touristy as Barcelona, the city offers a relaxing atmosphere, quiet cafes, an historic Old Town and square, and even a castle. Meno

Montserrat
Montserrat

This mountain is home to one of the most important religious sites in Spain. A residence for the Benedictine abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, the mountain is visited not only by those seeking spiritual rewards but also by those looking for one of the most spectaculars views of Catalonia. The history of Montserrat goes back to 880 when a group of shepherd children saw a bright light Più

This mountain is home to one of the most important religious sites in Spain. A residence for the Benedictine abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, the mountain is visited not only by those seeking spiritual rewards but also by those looking for one of the most spectaculars views of Catalonia. The history of Montserrat goes back to 880 when a group of shepherd children saw a bright light descending from the sky in the Montserrat mountains. The monks are also the owners of the Publicacions de l'Abadia de Montserrat, a publishing house that continues to operate today. It is the oldest press in the world, having published its first book in 1499. Music lovers will appreciate L'Escolania choir, a boys' choir of sopranos and altos based at the Benedictine abbey. They perform every day at the Basilica of Montserrat. Meno

Sitges
Sitges

Situata tra il mar Mediterraneo e le montagne del Garraf, Sitges offre degli spettacolari paesaggi marini e montani. Le sue eccellenti spiagge e la prossimità delle montagne ne hanno fatto una delle più popolari destinazioni turistiche della Spagna meridionale. È anche una meta favorita del “gay set” internazionale. Il centro della città ospita numerosi edifici d’interesse storico e Più

Situata tra il mar Mediterraneo e le montagne del Garraf, Sitges offre degli spettacolari paesaggi marini e montani. Le sue eccellenti spiagge e la prossimità delle montagne ne hanno fatto una delle più popolari destinazioni turistiche della Spagna meridionale. È anche una meta favorita del “gay set” internazionale. Il centro della città ospita numerosi edifici d’interesse storico e religioso. Potrete gustare la gastronomia locale soprattutto nei ristoranti in riva al mare e nella città vecchia. Due delle specialità assolutamente da provare sono il xató e lo stufato di seppia. Meno

Tarragona
Tarragona

A city full of surprises with thousands of years of civilization just waiting to be explored. Dine under the vaults of the Roman circus, lose yourself in the charming alleys of the historic quarter. Discover the true World Heritage of Tarragona, a heritage of historic monuments and locations from Roman, medieval and modern eras. But it is also a heritage made of people, of human Più

A city full of surprises with thousands of years of civilization just waiting to be explored. Dine under the vaults of the Roman circus, lose yourself in the charming alleys of the historic quarter. Discover the true World Heritage of Tarragona, a heritage of historic monuments and locations from Roman, medieval and modern eras. But it is also a heritage made of people, of human stories, of small moments. Tarragona reveals the essence of the Mediterranean. Meno

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