Journey North from the Mediterranean - 17 Night Fly, Stay, Cruise PACKAGE - Barcelona to London (SIL9468)
Depart from either: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth
FARE TYPE: Economy Booking Classes Q/S
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This city hotel, housed in an elegant building which dates back to 1926, is situated on the famous Via Laietana road, and very close to the Gothic Quarter and historic part of the city. Within the area, guests will be able to visit numerous sites, including the Cathedral and Las Ramblas. The Grand Hotel Central stands out for its optimal location, infinity pool, skybar and rooftop with spectacular city views and it's City Bar & Restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine. Guests will also be able to reach the central shopping district with its numerous bars, cafes and restaurants within a short stroll.
Enjoy a walking tour around the historical centre of Barcelona and find out why the city is such a foodie paradise. Spend an evening in a small group strolling around some of the city's old barrios, sampling both modern and traditional delicacies. Savour a delicious range of tapas from Basque, Catalan and Spanish cuisine. The tour also visits the famous Boqueria market and includes the consumption of eight tapas and two glasses of wine, beer or cider.
Your culinary adventure starts with a visit to the Boqueria market in the Ramblas. Breathe in the natural scents of the fresh produce on display, with everything from fruit and vegetables, seafood, cheeses and all types of cold cuts. The next stop is a typical Basque bar, offering a wide selection of tapas and pintxos. Munch on three tapas washed down with a drink before crossing Las Ramblas towards the Gothic Quarter, a maze of narrow streets radiating from Pla de la Seu, where the Gothic Santa Eulalia Cathedral stands. The final stop is a charming restaurant with a wide range of delectable tapas, situated right in the heart of Barcelona.
Opened in 1927, the May Fair London, A Radisson Collection Hotel was the first new hotel to open in the British capital in over 20 years. Inaugurated by King George V and Queen Mary, the hotel quickly became a playground for London's high society. Today, while eminent spaces and glimmering Baccarat chandeliers remain, the hotel has transformed into a contemporary boutique getaway, known for its timeless elegance and charm.