Barcelona Business Studies

6 days / 5 nights

From only £269pp

Overview

6 days / 5 nights From only £269pp

Barcelona offers a plethora of opportunities to engage with Business Studies related visits. Discover why Barcelona has been christened the ‘driving force of Southern Europe’ whilst exploring this magnificent city and enjoying some of the fun-filled activities it has to offer.

 

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What's included in the trip?

  • Return scheduled flights
  • Accommodation on a B&B basis
  • Multi-bedded rooms for students
  • Single/twin rooms for leaders
  • Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
  • Comprehensive travel pack
  • 1:10 leader place ratio

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Departure from UK. Transfer to accommodation. Guided City Tour. See the Magic Fountain of Montjuic light show.

  • Day 2

    Barcelona Stock Exchange. Guided tour Chocolate Factory.

  • Day 3

    Freixenet Cava plant. Nutrexpa Foods factory. 

  • Day 4

    Packaging Design workshop at LCI Barcelona or Local Charity Visit. Barcelona port & beach.

  • Day 5

    Free morning for sightseeing. F1 Circuit de Catalunya tour. 

  • Day 6

    Departure to UK.

Accommodation

Enhance your trip

  • The Barcelona Bag is a modern and efficient service organization to Business and Investors. It provides excellent access to all National and International Markets and its high level of technology can be seen on the tour.
  • SEAT presents a range of cars delivering the thrilling combination of superior engineering and pure enjoyment. Founded more than 61 years ago, we are a dynamic, design-driven, young-spirited brand. Visit their factory and see how it’s done.
  • Siemens AG is a German multinational engineering and electronics conglomerate company with headquarters in Munich and Berlin. It is the largest Europe-based electronics and electrical engineering company. Siemens’ principal activities are in the fields of industry, energy, transportation and healthcare.
  • La Vanguardia is a Spanish daily newspaper, dating back to 1881, printed in Spanish. Since 3 May 2011 in Catalan. It has its headquarters in Barcelona. It is Catalonia’s leading newspaper.
  • Cafes Pont was born in 1952, thanks to the enthusiasm and the effort of the two brothers Pont. Feliu Pont still remembers when he sold his beloved sax to buy the first four sacks of coffee to roast and sold in the first store. Our quality department selects the best coffee beans before roasting process. This department control the elaboration processes, ensuring excellent products with the highest quality standards. In the Cafes Pont installations we have created a Barista’s workshop, addressed to our workers and customers interested in the coffee world.
  • Freixenet (Catalan pronunciation: [fɾəʃəˈnɛt]) is a Cava producer in Spain, located west of Barcelona in Catalonia. Freixenet offers public tours of the winery in which both cavas are produced; visitors are shown the underground cellars and the bottling plant before tasting the finished product.
  • The Museu Frederic Marès is a unique collecting museum that preserves the collections assembled by its founder, sculptor Frederic Marès (1893-1991), which came to form part of the patrimony of the city of Barcelona through his donation in 1946.
  • Founded in 1870 by Jaime Torres, Bodegas Torres is a historical wine growing company. Torres is the family winery with the most extensive vineyards and the largest winery in Spain.
  • The Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum, located on the mountain of Montjuïc, in the city of Barcelona, Spain. It was constructed in 1929, for the Barcelona International Exhibition, that was held in Barcelona that year.
  • We all love chocolate right? Hands up who watched “Charlie and the Chocolate factory” in their youth and since have dreamed of visiting a real life chocolate factory? Torras chocolates of Banyoles allows this dream to come true.
  • The newspaper was founded on 1943, the only daily publication of the province of Girona, and the press of the Franco regime in Girona. During the transition to democracy it kept its name until the end of the 70s, when changed to Los Sitios-Diari de Girona, and gradually introduced the Catalan language. Finally, at the beginning of the 80s adopted the current name and a democratic and independent publisher.
  • Mercarbana is the company that administers the food unit that is made up by the city of Barcelona’s wholesale markets (fruit & vegetable, meat, fish, flowers) and large companies that provide wholesale food and who are involved in the production, sale, distribution, import, export of fresh and frozen produce and products. Study groups can visit alone or take a guided tour during which they can study a model of the entire complex. This is a fascinating visit for Business students interested in the production and distribution angle, and hotel and catering students more interested in the actual product and how it can be used.
  • Translated as “Church of the Holy Family” the architecture of this basilica is one of the world’s most interesting and unique. Whether you want to gawk at the beauty of the building or enjoy some reverent peace and quiet inside, the Sagrada Familia is a worthwhile visit.
  • Built in the very early 20th century, this idyllic garden complex is a world heritage site – and for very good reason! A trip to Barcelona would simply be incomplete without witnessing the unique architecture Parc Guell is famous for.
  • Montserrat is an incredible multi-peaked mountain and for those keen enough to jump in a cable car and venture to the top of a peak, the views are simply one of a kind. Full of sacred coves and many other surprises, a day trip to Montserrat will be unforgettable.
  • For centuries Spaniards lived in cave houses as the perfect way to keep cool in beaming sunshine. A tour of some of these houses will allow you to see how this form of housing has developed from its original simplistic style compared with the modern day cava houses.