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Barcelona: 3 Countries in 1 Day Small-Group Tour453 Reviews
Discover 3 countries in just 1 day. Enjoy the medieval town of Bagà early in the morning, have lunch in France, and do some shopping in Andorra, then head back to Spain, passing famous Montserrat en route.
- Visit France, Andorra, and Spain in just 1 day
- Tour the medieval Spanish village of Bagà
- Go tax-free shopping or hike mountain trails in Andorra
DescriptionCross 3 borders in a single day on this full-day adventure that leaves from Barcelona. Step foot in Spain, France, and Andorra, and stop in charming medieval villages and beautiful natural landscapes along the way. Make an early start from Barcelona and soon be in the medieval Catalan village of Baga, surrounded by the rocky peaks of Cadi-Moixero National Park. Explore Baga’s central square and medieval church before crossing the border into France, where you will stop in the charming and beautiful ancient spa town of Ax-Les-Thermes. Your guide will recommend some of the best natural fountains to visit, and those best suitable for soaking your feet in. You'll then have free time to enjoy the healing waters, browse the local artisan shops and look out for a souvenir to remember your visit. After an hour of wandering around this typical French village, its time to choose from one of the many local restaurants for a traditional French lunch. After lunch, you’ll take the scenic route over the Pyrenees Alps into neighboring Andorra, to the capital Andorra la Vella. You will have a little bit of time to visit Andorra la Vella’s tax-free shops for bargain-priced wine and souvenirs On the return drive, admire the Romanesque church of St. Climent and the stunning valley views before continuing on your way back to Barcelona, arriving in time for pre-dinner drinks and tapas or whatever else your evening holds.
IncludesLocal guide Transportation by air-conditioned minivan
- This small-group tour with a maximum of 20 people ensures a more personal experience with your guide
- The tour is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible
- A moderate amount of walking is involved