Stay Local Longer in Barcelona

Stay Local Longer in Barcelona

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3-night or more in-depth embark/debark port exploration.

Stay Local in Barcelona Longer

Location
Spain
Duration#Number of nights offered for the pre cruise or post cruise program.
3-Night Pre-Cruise | 3-Night Post-Cruise

Prices starting from

$1,784 USD/Per Person

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Dynamic Barcelona is known for its architecture, from the magnificent medieval buildings to the Modernist movement, and arguably second only to the architecture is its culinary scene and the celebrated tradition of Catalan cooking with its simple, flavorful ingredients (seafood, jamón (cured ham), and market-fresh produce), is alive and well, as are the Basque-style tapas bars. Your stay here features a full day of sightseeing, designed to showcase Barcelona’s greatest attractions, including Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia and the breathtaking—almost magical—Parque Güell, which was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. Your tour also takes you to the city’s central market—a feast for all the senses. Those who’ve opted to stay a third night in Barna have an additional experience with a local wine expert, sampling wines and tapas at some local hot spots.

All Passport details should be confirmed at the time of booking. Sales of this program close 90 days prior: book early to avoid disappointment, as space is limited.

Highlights

La Sagrada Famìlia: The most notable sight in Barcelona is undoubtedly this cathedral designed by Antonio Gaudí. Construction on the basilica began in 1882 and continues today (137+ years). The organic design is a marvel of the imagination.

Parc Güell: This park, with its famous mosaic work, was designed by Antonio Gaudí. Originally developed as a residential community, the homes were never built. Instead, the park became one of the most remarkable urban parks in the world.

Museu Maritím: Barcelona was one of the world’s leading seaports and in the original Gothic-era shipyards, you’ll find impressive full-size ship replicas, models, maps, navigation instruments, and carved figureheads.

La Rambla: This is one of the world’s most famous walking streets, and a great place for people watching, grabbing a coffee or snack, or watching street performers.

Ca L’Estevet: For old-school Catalan dining, come to this restaurant that’s been serving Barcelona residents for over a century. Dishes include a variety of small plates, seafood, ham, and local sausage.

Altaïr Bookstore: Travel book lovers can browse among two floors of books, maps, guides, and journals at one of the largest shops of its kind in Europe.

Highlights

  • La Sagrada Famìlia: The most notable sight in Barcelona is undoubtedly this cathedral designed by Antonio Gaudí. Construction on the basilica began in 1882 and continues today (137+ years). The organic design is a marvel of the imagination.

  • Parc Güell: This park, with its famous mosaic work, was designed by Antonio Gaudí. Originally developed as a residential community, the homes were never built. Instead, the park became one of the most remarkable urban parks in the world.

  • Museu Maritím: Barcelona was one of the world’s leading seaports and in the original Gothic-era shipyards, you’ll find impressive full-size ship replicas, models, maps, navigation instruments, and carved figureheads.

  • La Rambla: This is one of the world’s most famous walking streets, and a great place for people watching, grabbing a coffee or snack, or watching street performers.

  • Ca L’Estevet: For old-school Catalan dining, come to this restaurant that’s been serving Barcelona residents for over a century. Dishes include a variety of small plates, seafood, ham, and local sausage.

  • Altaïr Bookstore: Travel book lovers can browse among two floors of books, maps, guides, and journals at one of the largest shops of its kind in Europe.

Land Program Itineraries

  • Pre-Voyage Itinerary
  • Post-Voyage Itinerary
Pre-Voyage Itinerary #Download Itinerary PDF
  • Day 1
    Arrive in Barcelona
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    Upon arrival in Barcelona, you’ll be met by a prearranged driver at the airport and escorted to your hotel. After checking in, enjoy the remainder of the day at your leisure and begin exploring the city on your own.

  • Day 2
    Barcelona
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    After breakfast, meet your guide for a full day of sightseeing. During your tour, you’ll visit works by Antoni Gaudi, including the outside visit Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell. Construction on the Sagrada Familia began 1882, with completion expected in 2026. Meanwhile, Parque Güell, was built between 1900 and 1914 and was officially opened as a public park in 1926. In 1984, UNESCO declared the park a World Heritage Site under “The Works of Antoni Gaudi.” After, continue for a visit to the central market, where you’ll get to experience Barcelona like a true local, interacting with the second-and third-generation vendors. Enjoy local products tasting at the market, before heading back to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at your leisure.

  • Day 3
    Barcelona
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    Spend the morning at your leisure to explore Barcelona on your own. In the afternoon, meet a local family for a gourmet picnic lunch in the park. Experience the local cuisine along with real Spaniard culture and conversation. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. In the evening, meet with a local wine connoisseur at their home or restaurant to sample some of Spain’s best wines. Some of the wines sampled will be more than 30 years old and are considered oenological jewels. (Please note: A list of wines is available upon request.)

  • Day 4
    Begin Your Azamara® Voyage
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    After breakfast, you’ll have the day at leisure to get some last-minute shopping done, before your prearranged driver takes you to the port of Barcelona.

Post-Voyage Itinerary #Download Itinerary PDF
  • Day 1
    Arrive in Barcelona
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    Upon arrival in Barcelona, you’ll be met by a prearranged driver at the port and escorted to your hotel. After checking in, enjoy the remainder of the day at your leisure and begin exploring the city on your own.

  • Day 2
    Barcelona
    Read More +

    After breakfast, meet your guide for a full day of sightseeing. During your tour, you’ll visit works by Antoni Gaudi, including the outside visit Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell. Construction on the Sagrada Familia began 1882, with completion expected in 2026. Meanwhile, Parque Güell, was built between 1900 and 1914 and was officially opened as a public park in 1926. In 1984, UNESCO declared the park a World Heritage Site under “The Works of Antoni Gaudi.” After, continue for a visit to the central market, where you’ll get to experience Barcelona like a true local, interacting with the second-and third-generation vendors. Enjoy local products tasting at the market, before heading back to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at your leisure.

  • Day 3
    Barcelona
    Read More +

    Spend the morning at your leisure to explore Barcelona on your own. In the afternoon, meet a local family for a gourmet picnic lunch in the park. Experience the local cuisine along with real Spaniard culture and conversation. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. In the evening, meet with a local wine connoisseur at their home or restaurant to sample some of Spain’s best wines. Some of the wines sampled will be more than 30 years old and are considered oenological jewels. (Please note: A list of wines is available upon request.)

  • Day 4
    Return Home
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    After breakfast, you’ll have the day at leisure to get some last-minute shopping done, before your prearranged driver takes you to the airport in time for your departing flight.

Voyages Available For This Land Program

  • 3-Night Post-Voyage Program
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Sailing:

Sep

8

2021

Region Northern & Western Europe Northern & Western Europe
Ship Azamara Journey Azamara Journey
Embark Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
Debark Barcelona, Spain Barcelona, Spain

Voyage Only from
$4,399 USD

Land Program from
$1,784 USD

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Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses
$195.90

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Sailing:

Sep

8

2021

from
$4,399 USD

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Map & Voyage Information
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Ports of Call:

  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • Seville, Spain
  • Gibraltar, United Kingdom
  • Malaga, Spain
  • Almeria, Spain
  • Cartagena, Spain
  • Valencia, Spain
  • Barcelona, Spain

Ship Highlights Include:

Onboard Dining

  • Aqualina (Italian Cuisine)
  • Prime C (Steakhouse)
  • Chef's Table
  • Windows Café (Casual Dining & Snacks)

Entertainment & Activities

  • Living Room
  • The Journey Shop
  • Indulgences (Fine Jewelry)
  • White Night Parties

Spa & Fitness

  • The Sanctum Spa
  • Massage Therapy (Various Treatments)
  • Acupuncture
  • Fitness Center
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What's Included

  • Unique & guided tour experiences
  • Four-Five Star hotel accommodations
  • Transportation between port & hotel and hotel & airport
  • Most meals & beverages (see itinerary for specifics)
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