Barcelona Design and Technology

Tour Information

Marvel at the awesome robots at work on new models at SEAT’s Plant. Get up close to the technologically advanced F1 cars on a thrilling access all areas tour of the

F1 circuit and go behind the scenes at FC Barcelona’s amazing stadium on this tour.


Day Itinerary
1Flight to Barcelona. Check into accommodation. Free time
2Guided tour of the Nou Camp followed by MNAC Museum. Free time
3Guided tour of the F1 Circuit de Catalunya. Free time
4Return to UK

What's Included

  • 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
  • 1:15 leader place ratio


Our accommodations are hand-picked, with safety, comfort and service in mind. We’ll provide accommodation solutions to meet your budget and location preference.

We undertake health and safety checks on our accommodations, so you can book your tour with confidence and help meet you own due diligence.



Set in a striking contemporary building, this relaxed hostel is 1.5 km from Sagrada Família church and 2.6 km from the beach.

Bright mixed and female-only dorms sleep 4, 6 or 8 people. Private rooms are also available. All dorms and rooms come with bunk beds, free Wi-Fi, lockers and en suite bathrooms.

The hostel has a bar and a guest kitchen, and breakfast is available for a fee. There’s a rooftop terrace with city views, as well as a common room with computers, a flat-screen TV and a pool table. Other amenities include an indoor pool and an exercise room.

Remember to Visit

Subject Related Visits + -

  • In this fascinating visit students will be shown the diverse areas of the SEAT factory, from the step-by-step manufacturing process of each car to witnessing the final touches being made, as well as an insight into the Marketing Department to learn how the vehicles are promoted. This tour is strictly subject to availability – limited space.

  • The Camp Nou Experience allows visitors to explore the most emblematic areas of the stadium: the away team changing room and the players’ tunnel, the dugouts, the press room, commentators’ box and of course the Museum, with its extensive displays and memorabilia.

  • An experienced guide will accompany you as you board a traditional boat and sail around the harbour to learn about the history and transformation of Barcelona’s bustling port.

  • A guided visit around one of Barcelona’s breweries will introduce your group to the intricate production process as well as the equipment and technology used throughout the factory.

  • The Circuit offers your group the chance to discover how a race is organized and controlled, where the mechanics work, and gain access to all confined spaces.

  • The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is located in the Palau Nacional of Montjuïc, constructed for the International Exposition of 1929. In 1934 it opened its doors as the Museu d’Art de Catalunya, bringing together the medieval collection.

    In 1995, then as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, the new rooms of Romanesque art were inaugurated, and in a successive way the public presentation of the collection was extended, a process that ended in 2004 with the integration of modern art.

General Visits + -

  • 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.

Spain travel advice

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