Barcelona & Ski, your client’s next stop?

Barcelona is known for its cosmopolitan culture and a skyline that blends the old and new, the Sagrada Família is typical of this, with building continuing since 1882. The Gothic Quarter is great to explore the medieval roots of the city and features the remains of Roman walls and other medieval landmarks, like the Cathedral of Santa Eulàlia. 

La Rambla is at the heart of modern Barcelona and is lined with street-side cafes and shops. For nightlife, El Born and Eixample neighborhoods have the best bars and clubs in the city. Those looking for a beachside experience should head to La Barceloneta, a quirky neighborhood featuring a wide beach and some of the best seafood restaurants. 

Andorra is located between the French and Spanish border, in the Pyrenees mountains. This tiny principality is an internationally-renowned ski resort, with easy access to the eastern Grandvalira region. It’s also a top destination for shoppers, due to its tax haven status. Other popular activities in Andorra include snowshoeing and snowmobiling, as well as horse tours and cycling in the warmer months of the year.