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My friend and I took this tour to Can Bas winery with the 4wd vineyard tour. Wow, beautiful country. Absolutely stunning estate and what made it best is that our tour guide was super knowledgeable and had a passion for the art of making wine...More
Being fans of wine touring in the States, we decided to sign up for a cava and wine tasting tour to the Penedes wine area, south of Barcelona. It was definitely worth the time and price. Our group met in downtown Barcelona and were taken...More
Thanks Carlos for the warm and friendly greetings and laughs on the bus trip out to the vineyards. Jean Leon had a lovely "Aussie" feel about it, would have been great to be able to sit outside on the back deck and watch the day...More
The Catalunya Bus Turistic Wine & Cava Tour include 3 wineries. The first, Jean Leon should be eliminated. The video shown on the bus was just enough - a good story. While the grounds of the winery were nice, the guide ok - not much...More
This tour is highly recommended, just make sure you get a good breakfast, there will be some food, but not a lot. I found the three winery visits very informational and the tastings very great. The bus was comfortable and the trip was about 7...More
Two wine producers and a cava producer. Very interesting tour and was quite affordable (US$57 each via Viator) but when you consider it is an all day trip, two of the three are inaccessible to public transportation and a bit tricky to find and that...More
We started at Cordiniu with its 18 miles of underground caverns and new robots handling wine bottles down to one of the smallest wineries that is run by a truly remarkable woman and family. Close to Barcelona, but towards Montserrat.
What an AMAZING experience. If you want out of the city to see where and what the locals do --- GO ON THIS TOUR! Ricardo was simply an amazing walking history of the entire area. He truly took care of us and was the best...More
This is slated as an eight hour wine and cava tour visiting three wineries. It is approximately and hour bus ride to the first winery. The scenery was beautiful during the drive. The bus was equipped with televisions which we were shown, basically promotional information...More
This was a lovely trip. We could see the carefully tended vines en route to the winery. Greeted by Pep watched a video in a cosy little theatre, outlining the family's history of wine and cava making. All the presses explained charmingly. A mad drive...More
With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighbourhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.