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10 Days in Barcelona Spain 

Spain captivates all who sees it. The Spanish tourist board  described it as - Spain is different. Spain is one of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the World.

 Millions of people keep coming back for tourism year after year. You want to understand why?

  Spain has their own different culture, cuisine and language. The large cities Madrid and Barcelona are well known for their very attractive nightlife  both to tourists and locals.

Other cities are also worth a visit. Seville, Burgos, Valencia, Malaga, San Sebastian, Granada, Cordoba e.t.c.

It's always a good time and a great  feeling when visiting Barcelona, we are here to help you have a nice day to the fullest with our itinerary.  

Visit Barcelona with Bilberk Travel Agency, all expenses included in this package. 

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Day 1

Arrival at the Barcelona Airport

A taxi car will be there wiatingin for you.

Day 2


Madrid is the capital city of Spain, showcasing the country's incredible history and culture. It's the ideal holiday destination, with its notorious museums and the city’s most popular tourist itineraries; the Prado Museum also called the Museo Nacional del Prado, the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.

Day 3


Barceloneta is the Miami Beach of Spain! it is crowded, boisterous, and endlessly entertaining. The most popular beach in Barcelona, this is where people go to see and be seen. Fans of people-watching won't be disappointed, but those searching for a quiet place to unwind will want to look elsewhere.

Day 4

Ancient churches tour

Must-see places in Barcelona include; Sagrada Familia modern cathedral and the Joan Miro museum, and La Rambla, a huge, tree-lined, pedestrian-only street. It's where the entire city seems to come out for a stroll.

Day 5

A visit to Bilbao

It is the largest city in northern Spain, the capital of the Basque region. This region of Spain has different language, food, music, and overall culture.
The opening of the Guggenheim Museum in 1997 increased tourist interest and put Bilbao on the world tourism map as a must-visit place to see in Spain.

Day 6

Saint Sebastian

San Sebastian is a spectacular scenery on the Bay of Biscay, which opens to the Atlantic Ocean. It is a popular surf town with its golden sandy beach and Monte Orgull for hikers. lush hillsides, San Sebastián is also famous for its food and visiting San Sebastian provides the opportunity to experience the unique and exciting culture.

Day 7

Bogatell Beach

Coarse, clean sand blankets the 600-meter-long stretch, which was developed to help reinvigorate Barcelona's shoreline prior to the 1992 Olympic Games. Play a game of pickup volleyball, take a windsurfing or kitesurfing lesson, or kayak in the open sea. There are a ton of fun things to do on Bogatell.

Day 8

Night Concert

On the outskirts of Brihuega (Guadalajara) there are large fields of lavender. Every July, when they bloom, the plants are harvested and the town holds its Lavender Festival. The public wear white and go out into the fields of flowers to enjoy the twilight and the performances of the musical guests. At night, there is also the option of a picnic buffet dinner.Another event takes us south to Segura de la Sierra (Jaén), which claims to be “the world’s quietest village”. This lovely village of narrow streets and whitewashed houses is 1,200 metres above sea level in Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park. As well as visiting its Arab castle or admiring the fabulous view from its lookout point, in May you can attend the Segura Music Festival, which attracts Spanish and international artists in different musical genres. .

Day 9

Free plan

Day 10


Airport pick up

Hotel reservation 


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