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Barcelona – Carcassonne Shuttle Tour

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Travel in style between Barcelona and Carcassonne – or vice versa !

Our Barcelona – Carcassonne Shuttle tour is the perfect way for the discerning traveller to transfer between the two cities enjoying a guided tour along the way.

During the transfer you will enjoy a private winery visit and tasting in Empordà, a wine region in Northern Catalonia that is starting to make a name for itself. You will visit the beautiful French Mediterranean seaside town of Collioure, made famous by the artists Matisse and Picasso who found the town to be such an inspiration. There will be a chance to taste the town’s famous anchovies and take a stroll around Collioure’s medieval streets to see its lighthouse converted into the church of Notre-Dame-des-Anges built on the edge of the sea.

Your tour also includes a typical Mediterranean lunch accompanied by local wine

Your guide for the day is Carlos who was born in Barcelona and knows the city as only a local can. He has now made France his home but has strong ties to his hometown. He speaks fluently in Catalan, Spanish, French and English. His passion for Catalonia and France plus his top-class knowledge of the wines, history, and cultures of both countries make him the perfect host to welcome you to Mediterranean Spain and France.

Each Shuttle tour is a private tour just for you and your travelling companions and is available any day of the week.

Prices
Shuttle tour prices depend on how many people are in your party as follows:

Barcelona / Carcassonne Shuttle Tour

2 people - 415€ per person

6 people - 195€ per person

4 people - 245€ per person

8 people - 160€ per person

The price includes pickup in Barcelona or Carcassonne and transport throughout the tour, our VeV wine & history expert guide, winery visit and tasting, lunch with wine and a visit to Collioure.

To book your shuttle tour please complete the enquiry form

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