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Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit the Catalonia with Irro Charter


Catalonia is a region in north east of Spain and is known for its lively seaside resorts on the Costa Brava as well as for the picturesque Pyrenees. The capital Barcelona offers the historical district called Barri Gòtic, the pedestrian street La Rambla, museums and several beaches. The distinctive modern art and architecture of Antoni Gaudí can be seen at the Sagrada Família basilica and with the colourful mosaics in Park Güell.
Irro Charter is your group travel partner when it comes to visiting the region of Catalonia. Let us, the experts look after you by providing you with a tour coach and professional driver. We can offer you long distance coaches for a multi-day trip throughout the Catalonia region. We can also offer you an Airport shuttle transfer from e.g. Barcelona. A chartered coach with driver booked at Irro Charter will be the best choice for a perfect stay in Catalonia. Irro Charter team would like to share with you some of the very best things to do within the Catalonia region:

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  1. Barcelona

    Sunny and happening Barcelona offers beautiful Mediterranean landscapes combined with bustling urban energy. This flamboyant city is the second largest city in Spain, as well as the capital of Catalonia. Barcelona is renowned for its cultural attractions and boasts more than 50 top-notch museums. Famous museums such as the Museu Picasso, which shows an in-depth collection of Picasso's early works of art, and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, which offers a well-rounded collection of Romanesque art, Gothic art, Renaissance and Baroque paintings, Catalan modernist art and photography.
  2. The Costa Brava

    The Costa Brava is the most scenic coast of Spain, extending north-east from the coves and beaches of Blanes to the border of Catalonia with France. This 1,995 kilometre (1,240-mile) coast of ragged cliffs and idyllic beaches is one of Europe's favourite playgrounds, and its pretty little whitewashed towns have attracted artists such as Dalí, Picasso and Marc Chagall. Sandy beaches, like the one in the colourful old fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell, are tucked into coves underneath the cliffs, and other cities, such as Santa Susanna, have a range of beaches, ranging from busy beaches full of sun loungers and kiosks to peaceful coves and beaches fitted for water sports and sailing.
  3. Montserrat Monastery

    The majestic Benedictine monastery of Montserrat sits on a rocky crag, surrounded by eroded cliffs. This striking natural site has a worldly and soul-inspiring feel. The cable car carries visitors up the mountain (over 500 metres/1640 feet in altitude) to the monastery. The views of the Catalan countryside are spectacular from its lofty vantage point. The monastery complex includes a cathedral, a library and a fine art museum. Guests can also enjoy the on-site restaurant and cafeteria. Travelers wanting to spend the night can stay at the three-star Hotel Abat Cisneros, which has operated as a pilgrims' hostel since 1563.
  4. Girona

    Girona is the shimmering crown jewel of Catalonia. This medieval walled city, 103 kilometres (64 miles) from Barcelona, has a rich cultural heritage with diverse influences from ancient Romans, Moorish Arabs and Jews.
  5. Tarragona Region

    Tarragona is an attractive seaside town that seems to have everything: sunshine, beaches and fascinating historic monuments. Around 100 kilometres (60 miles) from Barcelona, is the port town of Costa Daurada which makes for an interesting excursion or an alternate base for exploring Catalonia. Not to be missed in Tarragona is the Barrio del Serrallo, a picturesque port town. El Serrallo is an old fishing village and is now a vibrant seaside district. At the port, a large fleet of fishing boats produces fresh catches, which are sold at the local fish market. Delicious seafood meals can be enjoyed in the nearby restaurants on the waterfront.
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  7. Sitges

    Along the Mediterranean coast, just 42 kilometres (26 miles) south of Barcelona, Sitges draws tourists in search of golden beaches and pampered seaside relaxation. The town has a "Blue Flag" beach with calm waters which are perfect for swimming. Yacht marina and golf courses contribute to the ambience of the resort. For those who love gourmet cuisine, Sitges has a lot to offer. The town has an abundance of well-known restaurants serving gourmet cuisine, particularly dishes from the Catalan region.
  8. Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres

    Popular for its association with Salvador Dalí, the typical Catalan town of Figueres lies in the peaceful river plain of the province of Girona (140 kilometres / 86 miles from Barcelona). The key tourist attraction of the town is the Salvador Dalí Theater-Museum, which is dedicated to the work of the Surrealist genius.
  9. Cadaqués and Cap de Creus Natural Park

    Close to the Cap de Creus Natural Park, Cadaqués is a charming village on the Costa Brava coast (170 kilometres / 105 miles from Barcelona). With its whitewashed houses snuggled into a sheltered harbour, the Old Town of Cadaqués has the distinctive atmosphere of a Mediterranean seaport. The village has been charming artists for decades and still provides a lively cultural scene, with many art galleries and museums.
  10. Medieval Vic

    Vic is a quaint medieval town in a quiet environment on the banks of the Mèder River, about 72 kilometres (44 miles) from Barcelona. The town has two historic quarters worth expoloring, the Castillo de Montcada area and the Cathedral area.
  11. Seu d'Urgell

    Travelers will enjoy a relaxing escape to the quiet village of La Seu d'Urgell. It lies in a beautiful natural setting with the mountains of Catalonia and the Andorra Pyrenees as a backdrop. This picturesque historic town is situated in the province of Lleida, 173 kilometres (107 miles) from Barcelona and 88 kilometres (54 miles) from Aigüestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici National Park.

Irro Charter can help you make every step of the way for your group transport. We can offer you our decades of experience and awareness in the coach rental industry and provide the best suited tour coach rental services for your journey. We welcome you to order airport shuttle service, tour coach service or long-distance coach charter service through our website. Our new fleet of charter coaches of many sizes will provide the transport you need for your group. Irro Charter coach company offers professional and kind drivers as well as a friendly and helpful booking team. We look forward to receiving your inquiry to provide you with an acceptable transport quote for your travel needs.

Hannes Heller

Hannes Heller - Author

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