Dance & Drama school trips to Barcelona
Famed for exquisite art and architecture, the buzz of Barcelona provides the perfect setting for your Performing Arts tour. You can soak up the lively Catalan culture by visiting La Rambla with its many street performers, exploring the enormous food market La Boquería or wandering the spectacular Gothic Quarter. Home to the stunning concert hall Palau de la Musica Catalana, Museu Picasso and a myriad of iconic creations by Antoni Gaudí, you will find endless inspiration for your students’ work. Whether it be contemporary choreography to fusion and jazz, physical theatre or mime, Equity’s Performing Arts team can cater for all with our vast portfolio of professional, experienced tutors. A Drama or Dance trip to Barcelona will allow your students to grow in confidence as they learn and develop in a truly artistic destination.
- Flight from UK to Barcelona*
- Gothic Quarter sightseeing
- Evening at leisure
- Workshops 1 and 2
- Workshop 3
- Museu Picasso
- Dinner at Hard Rock Café
- Workshops 4 and 5
- Parc Guell
- Sagrada Famila
- Flamenco Show
- Palau de la Música Catalana tour
- Flight Barcelona – UK
* This programme is also available as 7 days, 4 nights by coach and ferry (at supplement).
- 5 x Performing Arts workshops tailored to your group (group size usually 15-25 students per tutor).
- Accommodation for the duration of your stay.
- Return travel.
- Fully comprehensive travel insurance.
- Liaison with our Performing Arts Consultant to discuss your students’ needs and abilities relative to the workshop programme.
Other excursions and additional activities as shown on the suggested itinerary are at supplement and can be adjusted to your needs - please contact us for a quote, and our Performing Arts Product Manager will work with you to create an educational, enriching and entertaining itinerary for your students.
Alberg Pere Tarres
- Great location in the centre
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Alberg Pere Tarres is located just off the Avenida Diagonal in the Barcelona district of Les Corts.
Location: This relaxed hostel is close to the centre of Barcelona with the metro station of les Corts only 5 minutes’ walk and 10 minutes’ walk to the Camp Nou football stadium.
Facilities: Amenities include a communal terrace, kitchen and TV lounge, as well as table tennis. Meeting rooms and laundry facilities are available.
Accommodation: The colourful dorms and private rooms come with bunk beds, lockers and free Wi-Fi.
- Perfect location
- Swimming pool
A modern, friendly hostel, centrally located near to the universally known Sagrada Familia church. Well-equipped and close to public transport links.
Location: Close to all that Barcelona has to offer, 100m from the nearest metro station (Clot), and a 10 minute walk from the beach.
Facilities: Luggage room, common room, free high speed Wi-Fi throughout, sun terrace, 24 hour reception, gym.
Accommodation: Single and twin room, shared bathroom facilities, 4-8 person rooms for students, key card lockers.
Meals: Breakfast available, guest kitchen facilities.
Equity Point Centric
- Right in the heart of the city
- Fully refurbished, modern hostel
Equity Point’s flagship hostel is situated in a fully refurbished Modernist building slotted perfectly in between high end boutiques, hotels and architectural masterpieces.
Location: Found on the Passeig de Gracia, next to Placa Catalunya and Las Ramblas, walking distance from numerous public transport points.
Facilities: Free Wi-Fi, information desk and tour bookings, common room, 24 hour reception, no lockout, luggage room.
Accommodation: Single and twin en-suite rooms available to staff, double to dorm sized en-suite rooms for students. All with satellite TV and Wi-Fi access.
Meals: Breakfast buffet.
- Great choice on a budget
- Located in the Gothic Quarter
A well established, no-frills hotel in the heart of Barcelona, ideal for school groups looking to explore the city with minimal fuss.
Location: Located in the Plaza Reial, 100m walk from the nearest metro (Liceu), and several bus stops. A short walk away from main sites such as the cathedral, Las Ramblas, Picasso Museum and the Boqueria food market.
Facilities: Free Wi-Fi, 24 hour reception, reception meeting area.
Accommodation: Double, triple or quadruple rooms available. All equipped with TV, free Wi-Fi and daily housekeeping.
Meals: In-house restaurant with breakfast buffet, and dinners available.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
The Sagrada Família, Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece, is one of Barcelona's most popular tourist attractions and important landmarks. You can visit the crypt where Gaudí is buried as well as the transept and central nave with its giant, tree-like pillars and spectacular vaulting. An elevator and a long climb will lead you to the top of a tower with magnificent views over Barcelona.
Several thousand years ago, Iberic Celts settled on the Montjuïc, a 213 metre high hill southeast of Barcelona's city centre. It features a large number of attractions including the Spanish Village, the Magic Fountain and MNAC; one of the city's most important museums.
Located in the city of Barcelona, the Park Guell is one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Its creator Antoní Gaudí added his modernist works and influence to create a spectacular attraction which inspires all who visit.
Palau de la Música Catalana
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997, this architectural masterpiece is located in the centre of Barcelona. The tour takes you on a journey through the stunning halls, stairways and auditoriums that have played host to exceptional musical concerts for over a hundred years.
The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Ruíz Picasso. Housed in 5 adjoining medieval palaces, the genius of the young artist is revealed through the 4,251 pieces that make up the permanent exhibition, the most complete collection of his works.
One of the best-known features of Barcelona, this magnificent mile-long boulevard was originally a mountain stream that ran alongside the 13th century second wall of the city. Flower stalls and street art line the pavement and many shops are located in the streets to each side.
Quick Tip: If you have an excursion in mind which you don't see listed, please get in touch so we can do our best to arrange it for you!
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