Our chauffeurs are carefully selected in a process that takes into account their education and cultural level, proficiency in English and other languages, work experience as a chauffeur, cleanliness and appearance, and background checks. Every new chauffeur attends education seminars in our premises as well as courses on safety and defensive driving, first aid, use of technological tools, etc.
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Private city tour with personalized pick-up and drop-off point. We can pick you up, and finish the tour at, the ship, your hotel, or the airport. Our point is: we’ll make sure you waste no time during your stay in Barcelona. Taylor-made, skip-the-line Barcelona highlights tours. Half-day, skip-the-line: A great way to see all the not-to-be-missed highlights of Barcelona while touring comfortably with your private driver-guide. This half day excursion includes skip-the-line entry to Park Güell. Enjoy your private city excursion in a personal and relaxed way. We can take your luggage, if you need to be dropped off at the airport or the hotel, and store it safely while you tour. Your driver will explain while you tour and watch the car while you take pictures or visit the Park Güell.
Barcelona is our love and our passion, and we are eager to share our city with you. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions to your driver and learn about Barcelona and your visit in a fun and comfortable way. Enjoy a great excursion with your local driver-guide and gain real insights on the places we visit with a local perspective on life in Barcelona. The excursion covers all the main highlights of the city in a half-day. You will see the buildings and monuments from the famous architect and artist Antoni Gaudí, as well as many of those produced by the genious outburst that was the Modernist era in Barcelona. Enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the Montjuïc hill, as well as other sites.
Montserrat is Catalonia’s sacred mountain. This multi-peaked mountain, composed of pink conglomerate and clay, hosts the Benedictine abbey of Santa María de Montserrat, where the black Virgin of Montserrat is enshrined. The abbey houses a museum with works of, among many others, El Greco, Dalí, and Picasso. The Escolania, Montserrat’s Boys’ Choir, is one of the oldest in Europe, and performs during religious ceremonies and communal prayers in the basilica.
raveling to the north from Barcelona we enter the marvellous landscape of Costa Brava. The villages of Costa Brava shine like jewels: Tossa de Mar (with its fortified quarter), Calella de Palafrugell, Begur, Pals… all set in a beautiful Mediterranean landscape. In Figueres we stop to visit the Dalí Museum, continuing to the charming village of Cadaqués, where Dalí and Gala fixed their residence.
The mediaeval city of Girona is at a crossroads between Spain and France. The Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Mary, sits atop the city and has the widest Gothic nave in the world. Girona has an extraordinarily well-preserved Jewish quarter. It is also home to world-class restaurants.