These are some of the experiences you can live in Barcelona with Dailyflats. If you are interested, you may book them by following this link, or by asking to our check in staff.

Come and discover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about jamon iberico, a unique Spanish gourmet delicacy unparalleled in the world. Enjoy a one hour engaging interactive experience in a state-of-the-art space that culminates with a  tasting of six different kinds of jamon  hand-cut by a master slicer and paired with a glass of cava, wine, or beer. A unique experience you’ll treasure forever.

There can be no better place to explore Spanish wine than vibrant, cosmopolitan Barcelona. Whether you’re a connoisseur or a casual tippler you’re bound to enjoy this evening’s wine-tasting right in the centre of Barcelona just off the Plaça Catalunya. Learn all about Spanish wine – the different grape varieties, the denomonaciones de origen, the bouquet, how to read a label, in the company of a distinguished English-speaking wine expert.

Experience the fire and passion of Flamenco dance at Tablao Flamenco Cordobés, one of Barcelona’s top flamenco venues, located in heart of the Ramblas. Some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed here over the years, bequeathing the tablao with a legendary status. Enjoy an evening of spectacular entertainment in sumptuous surroundings that are reminiscent of the Alhambra in Granada.

Enjoy a flavour-filled journey through Barcelona’s Raval and Gotic districts and discover a wealth of flavours waiting for you on every corner. Catalonia’s cool capital is undergoing a foodie renaissance and you’ll find out why on this walking tour of Barcelona’s most emblematic gourmet-friendly establishments. We’ll visit markets, flagship restaurants and select food outlets and even get to sample of the produce. Bon profit!


Have a great day out with all the family at Barcelona Zoo, located in the heart of the city in the Parc de la Ciutadella.

Barcelona Zoo is one of the most modern zoos of the its kind in the world as well as being Spain’s oldest, open to the public since 1882. It is spread out over 13 acres of parkland with different enclosures reproducing the natural habitats of the animals. You’ll be able to see over 450 species of animals, housed in different enclosures for mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds. Kids will love the children’s corner where they can get up close to the tamer animals and all the family will enjoy the dolphinarium where the dolphins perform their amazing tricks.

Do the same as generations of Barcelonans have been doing for over a century and make the climb to the Tibidabo, Barcelona’s city mountain and one of the oldest funfairs still surviving in the world. In addition to great views over the city and port (on a clear day you may even be able to make out Mallorca and Ibiza) you’ll find a fascinating old school amusement park with original as well as modern attractions.

Barcelona Aquarium in the historic Port Vell docklands makes for a fascinating day out for all the family. Come and dive into the depths of the oceans and discover a fascinating and unfamiliar world, coming right up close to its inhabitants and learning about their curious behavior along the way.

The aquarium is the  world’s most important sea life leisure and education centre dedicated to the Mediterranean. Behold the denizens of the deep in the 35 tanks that are home to more than 11,000 animals from 450 species and walk through a spectacular 80-metre-long underwater tunnel. There’s also an immense Oceanarium, unique in Europe, with incredibly diverse species from giltheads to ocean sunfish, rays to morays and two kinds of sharks. All combine to make Barcelona Aquarium a truly special leisure attraction that has been admired by more than 14 million visitors.

Experience an unforgettable day of rip-roaring fun at PortAventura and enjoy one of Europe’s biggest theme parks in this day trip from Barcelona. Discover a universe divided into five distinct cultural worlds – each area is packed with attractions for young and old. Explore the Mediterranean, Mexico, the Far East, China and Polynesia. You’ll find almost 40 attractions, including  roller coasters, water rides and free fall simulators  as well as 100 daily performances of shows and plenty of shops, restaurants and cafeterias.

Barcelona is full of things to do and places to see. If you want to see the city at your own pace then this panoramic tour in an open-top double-decker bus is ideal. This hop on-hop off service gives you  complete flexibility to board and alight as many times as you want. There are  three routes covering all the top sites  such as the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, the Camp Nou, the Gothic Quarter and the Olympic Ring. Thoroughly researched audioguide commentary in 12 languages allows you to learn about the history and culture of Catalonia’s vibrant and cosmopolitan capital.

You’ll also be provided with a map and guidebook that indicates all the stops on the route as well a book of vouchers offering discounts at a number of businesses throughout the city. Just sit back and enjoy the sights from a different perspective. You can also avail of a free Wi-Fi service.

The brand new buses are specially adapted for passengers with limited mobility and are equipped with a sliding roof in the event of rain. And with the two new routes, you’ll also have the chance to  visit the most emblematic areas of the city  and discover the new Barcelona, from the spectacular Agbar Tower to new urban beaches. Buses pass between every 10 and 20 minutes depending on the time of year, and each route takes approximately two hours. By far the best way to discover this most fascinating of cities!

Do you want to learn all the behind-the-scenes secrets of one of the most successful football teams of recent times? Follow in the footsteps of legendary players, feel the red and blue passion and truly discover why FC Barcelona is “more than a club”.

The tour will allow you to discover the fascinating and trophy-laden history of FC Barcelona and to gain a better understanding of the club’s heritage in the four spaces dedicated to its fundamental values: Catalan language and culture, universality, engagement in social issues and democracy. Then you’ll  be free to walk around the Camp Nou  itself, visiting some of its most famous areas: the visiting team’s dressing room and the tunnel – just imagine yourself walking down the tunnel onto the pitch, you can almost hear the roar of 100,000 fans! – and then you‘ll be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium from the pitch, making the dream of every Barça fan come true, feeling for a fleeting moment like a player of FC Barcelona, the greatest club in the world.

Visit the magical mountain of Montserrat rising majestically 1,236 metres above the surrounding countryside. Explore the Royal Basilica with its famous centuries-old carving of the Moreneta, the patroness of Catalonia, and learn all about the fascinating 1,000 year history of this Benedictine Abbey. Then go for a hike around the peaks and discover the  magnificent scenery and weird rock formations.

Take the afternoon to discover two of the hallmarks of Barcelona: the Gothic architecture and the fabulous work of genius Gaudí. Here lived and worked the famous architect and, not surprisingly, the city is known as the capital of modernism. Visit the Casa Milà, Casa Batlló, Park Guell, Sagrada Família and wander the alleys of the Barri Gotic.

Accompanied by a guide on this 4h route, contemplate his most emblematic works like the Casa Milà, also known as ” La Pedrera ” and Casa Batllo in the tour of the Passeig de Gràcia. Then you will visit the Park Guell and La Sagrada Família. The visit ends in Santa Maria del Mar and the Gothic Quarter.

Take in beautiful Barcelona from a bird’s eye view and discover its famous landmarks and architecture from a completely new perspective. Head to the skies for the best views!

Enjoy the  most breathtaking views of Barcelona  from the comfort of the Montjuic cable car. This modern and secure service covers a 750-metre route with three stations: Montjuic Park, the famous Mirador de l’Alcalde lookout and Montjuic Castle. From the gondolas you can see sights such as the Plaça de Catalunya, Santa Eulalia Cathedral, the Sagrada Familia, the port, the Olympic Village, the Agbar Tower and the Forum.

These easy to drive cool yellow cars have to be the best way to visit Barcelona. Whizz around town visiting all the main attractions as well as some spots off the beaten track. And there’s no danger of getting lost. The car’s inbuilt GPS system guides you around the town like a local and the integrated audio-guide provides a running commentary on this fabulous city and all the sights. This hour long whistle stop tour is ideal if you have limited time.

Come to Poble Espanyol and discover  the best of Spain’s architectural heritage  without even leaving Barcelona. You’ll find a wide range of houses, squares and streets from the different regions of Spain at this fascinating open-air architectural museum. Poble Espanyol, which means ‘Spanish Village’, is much more than a miniature Spain, however. It also boasts one of the most important concentrations of craft workshops in southern Europe.

You’ll will also find a  great selection of bars and restaurants  offering the best of food from all around Spain, a fascinating collection of contemporary art – including works by Picasso, Miró and Dalí among others – and a wide range of cultural and leisure activities throughout the year.

Spend a day finding  great value deals on top brands  at La Roca Village, the famous shopping outlet just outside Barcelona. Find your favourite items of clothing at up to 60% off the recommended retail prices all year round and enjoy the fantastic selection of lively bars and top restaurants located on site.

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