School trip to Barcelona

Barcelona, 4 days and 3 nights of the beach, art, activities and your best colleagues. How else would you want to celebrate your end of year trip? Celebrate in style!

Presupuesto de este viaje

What’s your next destination? Barcelona!

We will learn about the area and the most interesting details of its history through gymkhana games (scavenger hunts, challenges, trivia games) in the center of the city.

We will continue with our trip by touring the Güell park and Montjuic. Not only are these places incredible, but they will allow you to have panoramic views of the city that will leave you speechless.

Additionally, there will be a walk through the Gothic Quarter and a visit to Batlló house and the Sagrada Familia.

And as the finale? we have prepared for you a very special escape room. Here you will be divided into teams and must escape the room. Which team will be the first to pass the tests?


  • Accommodation in a downtown hostel located in a bed and breakfast with shared rooms for students and individual rooms for teachers (request half board supplement)
  • Gymkhana games in the center of Barcelona (2 hours and a half)
  • Entrance and guided tour of Güell park
  • Guided tour through the Gothic Quarter (does not include tickets to Sagrada Familia or Casa Batlló)
  • Escape Room: The Fibonacci Dream
  • Basic travel insurance


  • Transportation to Barcelona
  • All those services not specified in the ‘includes’ section


DAY 1: Getting to know Barcelona

It’s your first foot in Barcelona! Are you excited? You have just arrived in one of the most multicultural cities in Spain. Being in this magical city will give you the same sensation you feel when travelling to other European capitals.

We will arrive to our hostel which is in the center of the city where you can drop off your luggage’s. We won’t take too long and immediately begin our adventure. We will start by locating ourselves, learning about the area, and about some of the curiosities of the city. We will do this through gymkhana games such as trivia games, and challenges to name a few

DAY 2: Güell Park and Montjuïc
Have you recharged your bodies batteries? We hope so? because Everyone, we’re going to Güell park!

This park is the perfect demonstration of the period in which the magnificent Gaudí designd. We can see that the park reflects his creative and imaginative freedom in every corner. We will spend the morning between different architectural and sculptural elements full of color and movement and to finish we will end up on top of Montjuïc.

Montjuïc is filled special things. From its Magic Fountain to the Castle, the Olympic Ring where the 92 Olympic Games were held or museums such as the National Art of Catalonia. And the Joan Miró Foundation as well as the Botanical Garden. The are some of the options for today.

DAYy 3: The Gothic Quarter and The Fibonacci Dream

The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is the medieval center of the city and also one of the most charming areas. Due to the morphology of the plane and its streets, you will believe you are in a maze! In its interior is the Cathedral of Barcelona (Plaza Nova), as well as the Plaza Real, Saint Jaime plaza and the king’s plaza. And even although what was known as El Call (Jewish Quarter) was abolished about 600 years ago, you can still find some of the old remains in its corner of time.

From the Gothic Quarter we have the possibility of walking to visit the Sagrada Familia, as well as Casa Batlló.

We will end the day with The Fibonacci Dream. And what is this about? Well we are glad you asked. It is a game inspired by the escape room that has mathematical logic as a common thread. To escape from the room without losing Fibonacci you will have to overcome different obstacles that will test your skills. Mathematics with 3D glasses, ultraviolet light flashlights, ball pool … You will discover the scientist you have inside!

DAY 4: Free time and return home
Depending on the date of the trip and your place of origin; today you have several alternatives: from spending the day at the beach of Barceloneta and enjoying the first rays of sunlight or visit one of the football temples: The Camp Nou. Another option is to spend the day in Port Aventura and release adrenaline. What will be your choice?

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