Barcelona has impeccable resources for conferences, including large, luxurious hotels, versatile exhibition halls, delicious and varied restaurants and much, much more. It is also simply a stunning city, where old and modern collide in a symphony that calls out to visitors from around the globe.

Event Planning and Group Travel in Barcelona

This blog lays out some of the conferences that are scheduled for the first quarter of 2020. We have provided the names and dates of all the conferences, and expanded on the ones we find most interesting!

If you are visiting Barcelona for any of these conferences, and/or planning an event in Barcelona, get in touch with today! We have great hotels, restaurants, private transfers and everything else you might need for a great visit to Barcelona.

Don’t forget to check out our Group Travel Services and Team Building Activities while you’re here.



CSL 2020 – Computer Science Logic Conference

Dates: 13th – 14th – 15th – 16th January

Venue: University of Barcelona

Computer Science Logic (CSL) is the annual conference of the European Association for Computer Science Logic (EACSL). This 28th edition of the conference, which has previously been hosted in Birmingham, Stockholm, Marseille and Berlin, this year comes to Barcelona after taking a break in 2019.

According to the CSL website, “the conference series started in 1987 as a programme of International Workshops on Computer Science Logic, and then in its sixth meeting (in 1992) became the Annual Conference of the EACSL.”

ACM FAT 2020 – Fairness, Accountability and Transparency in Socio-Technical Systems

Dates: 27th – 28th – 29th – 30th January

Venue: Barceló Sants

The inaugural conference was held in New York in 2018, followed up by Atlanta in 2019. The conference has now made its way to Europe for the first time. This conference brings together the field of computer science and the practical and ethical risks involved as this field develops. Their website states: “ACM FAT* is an interdisciplinary conference dedicated to bringing together a diverse community of scholars from computer science, law, social sciences, and humanities to investigate and tackle issues in this emerging area.”

ELT Convention

Dates: 30th – 31st Jan – 1st February

Venue: Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Billed as a conference for English Language Teachers by English language teachers, the ELT Convention promises to help teachers in several ways. They will meet up to rest and reconnect with others in their field, and “shake up” their teaching methods while “exercising all their teaching muscles” through three days of activities, workshops and lectures.



World Congress of Cutaneous Lymphomas (WCCL)

Dates: 12th – 13th – 14th February

Venue: Auditorio Axa

This is the 4th Congress of Cutaneous Lymphomas, with the previous editions having been previously held in Chicago, Berlin and New York. Cutaneous lymphomas are cancers that effect lymphocytes, a type of white blood cells.

The conference will “provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art advances in basic, translational and clinical research; it will discuss new developments in the diagnosis, practice and management of cutaneous lymphomas, promoting the highest standards of care and support of the patients.”

ICEMI 2020 – International Conference on Education and Management Innovation

Dates: 13th – 14th – 15th February

Venue: Hotel Colon

This 9th edition of the ICEMI Conference will be held at the Hotel Colon, located opposite the iconic Barcelona Cathedral. It will bring together researchers, engineers, scientists and students to share ideas and their experiences working in Education and Management Innovation.

MWC 2020 – Mobile World Congress

Dates: 24th – 25th – 26th – 27th February

Venue: Fira Gran Via (some Events will be at Fira Montjuïc)

Easily Barcelona’s most famous annual conference, the Mobile World Congress is the largest mobile event in the world. You’ll find the latest innovations in technology from around the world, talks from visionaries at the top of their field and hundreds of exciting exhibits.



ENETS 2020 – European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society Conference

Dates: 11th – 12th – 13th March

Venue: CCIB – Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona

The European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society is involved with research that works on “improving therapies, diagnostics and treatments for patients all over the world.” The Society has nearly 1,400 members from all fields of research and medicine, including oncology, pathology, radiology and many more. The conference is an opportunity to bring people from across these fields together.

EBCC-12 – European Breast Cancer Conference

Dates: 21st – 22nd – 23rd March

Venue: CCIB – Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona

The website of the European Breast Cancer Conference states that: “The goal of EBCC-12 is to promote the establishment and implementation of a European multidisciplinary platform for scientific exchanges about all aspects of breast cancer, from bench to bed side.”

Speakers from all fields related to breast cancer research come to the conference to talk on a huge variety of topics related to this central theme. The conference gathers together physicians, scientists and patients to display “new New & stimulating scientific programme mapping the breast cancer journey.”

EBART International – Evidence-based Assisted Reproduction Technology Conference

Dates: 26th – 27th March

Venue: Palau de Congressos de Barcelona

Started in 2016, each edition of this conference has been in Barcelona and is held every two years. It is the first conference of its kind, namely, the first conference to focus specifically on the research and development of assisted reproduction technology.

Two key changes have been made this year: the venue has been changed to the Palau de Congressos de Barcelona, and parallel sessions, which will be “one focused on topics related to Clinicians, and another for Embryologists”, have been introduced.


Need help with an event in Barcelona? Get in touch with us today for a personalised quote for group activities and group travel services in Barcelona. Email

Updated 01/01/2020.

At first glance, the terms “team-building” and “competition” might seem contradictory. “Team building” is about developing your employees and colleagues through shared experiences. “Competition” inherently means that the outcome of the activity will have winners and losers.

However, at Barcelona Tours we firmly believe that a bit of healthy competition will bring everyone together in the end. Competition creates a common goal, both within the smaller teams created for the activity and the participants as a whole: the goal of winning! Competition also creates immediate bonds between the newly formed teams and gets everyone working together from the outset of the team building activity.

You can also use this competitive spirit to reinforce your company goals. What are you hoping to get out of your team building in Barcelona? Read on to discover four wildly different options that we can offer for your team, and visit our team building activities page for even more!


Why is a Treasure Hunt a great Team Building activity?

  • It requires communication, problem-solving, teamwork, commitment and creativity to win
  • It transforms sightseeing through competition, turning a self-guided tour of the Old Town into a fun and engaging quest for victory
  • As well as creating fond memories, the teams will have physical mementos in the form of instant photos.

The Activity

This original and exciting treasure hunt is one of our most popular team building activities. Not only does this activity require constant communication, problem solving and a keen eye for details, it also comes with instant mementos of the event in the form of instant Polaroid photos.

Your group will be divided into teams and each team will need to work together to solve problems and answer questions while navigating the Old Town in Barcelona with paper maps. The winning team will be the ones who answer the most questions correctly in the allotted time.

But there’s a twist: each team will also have a Polaroid camera and need to take 8 different pictures around the Gothic quarter; extra points can be awarded for the most inventive interpretations of the photo briefs. This means that your team’s creative side will also be ignited by the activity! Each team will receive a photo album, personalised with your company logo, and, when everyone comes together at the end to find out who the winner is, the whole team will love swapping albums to share and compare photos.

This activity can be organised morning, afternoon or evening; our most popular option is to have the Treasure Hunt in the afternoon and then the celebration at a delicious restaurant in the city. The activity usually lasts around two hours and 30 minutes but can be adjusted to suit the demands of your schedule.

Get in touch today to start planning your Treasure Hunt in Barcelona.


Paella Cooking Competition

Why is a Paella Cooking Competition a great Team Building activity?

  • It requires teamwork, communication, patience, attention to detail and creativity to win – and if you have a budding chef on your team, even better!
  • Great for large groups that want a team building where everyone is in the same room but split into teams
  • It combines team building with dinner! No need to book a restaurant for the evening as everyone will sit down together to eat what they have created.

The Activity

While we’re sure everyone in your group will have heard of paella, most will have never even attempted to make it. This classic Spanish rice dish, from Valencia, just south of Catalonia, is as popular today as it ever was and, instead of just going out to eat it, we’re offering you the opportunity to learn how to make it from scratch with help from expert chefs.

In a centrally located kitchen, our head chef will be waiting to explain the history of this classic dish and then you’ll be put to work creating it. Each team will have a chef working with them to create a different version of the meal, with meat, fish, seafood and vegetarian ingredients available. The chefs will show you the best way to prepare the ingredients as well as offer tips and tricks on how to create the perfect paella, but all the creativity and execution will be done by you.

We know that cooking is hungry work, so there will be drinks and snacks available throughout the activity. The teams will also learn how to make Sangria, a classic Spanish summer cocktail which goes down perfectly with the meal. And, of course, there’s dessert!

At the end, your teams will have spent a few hours communicating with each other, learning from each other and the chefs, and creating a delicious dinner which they will all sit down to share. Never has a team building activity been so tasty!

If your stomach is rumbling at the thought, get in touch for more information and a personalised quote.


Sailing Regatta

Why is a Sailing Regatta a great Team Building activity?

  • It requires teamwork, communication and trust in your coworkers!
  • It is a team-building activity that can only be done in amazing coastal locations like Barcelona
  • It’s a unique activity that it is unlikely anyone has taken part in before
  • Requires no previous sailing knowledge or skills, although of course it would help to have a sailor on your team.

The Activity

The sailing regatta is an amazing day out on the Mediterranean Sea for your team. Your group will be divided into teams, maximum seven people per boat, and have the basics of sailing and navigating explained by an experienced skipper.

After some time practicing on the waves, each team will be timed as they steer their way through a set of pre-arranged buoys, putting all their new-found skills to the test. Their time will be affected by how well they have learned to work the various parts of the boat and sail – this isn’t a simple case of sailing in a straight line from one buoy to the next! – and the team with the fastest time will win a bottle of cava to toast their victory.

This is the perfect activity for groups who want to really challenge their teams while having lots of fun and laughter along the way.


Wipeout: Warriors of Fun

Why is Wipeout: Warriors of Fun a great Team Building activity?

  • This is a high-energy, adrenaline-filled group activity
  • It will bring out the inner-child of everyone in your group
  • It can be adapted for groups visiting any time of year – it’s an outdoor activity that’s not just for summer
  • The activities are adaptable to group size and ability.

The Activity

This team building activity is an amazing way to strip down the barriers and any social awkwardness as you will all need to be willing to be a little bit silly in order to take part.

We have all seen the TV shows that incorporate inflatable kids’ games and obstacle courses. These shows are internationally loved, as people all over the world love to watch other people run, skip, jump and, most importantly, fall over while tackling hilarious inflatable obstacles.

Well, now is the time to put your techniques to the test! Will you prove yourself to be a Wipeout warrior or will you fall at the first colourful hurdle? We will split your group into teams and you will take part in several different challenges. Examples include: a mechanical bull, giant whack-a-mole, inflatable obstacle course and even a good old-fashioned tug-o-war!

The games are suitable for all fitness levels, with the focus being on fun and getting outside into the fresh air. If you’re visiting in summer and worried about being too hot with all the running around, don’t fret! Water is added to the activities in the summer months to add an extra fun element and, of course, to help you cool off too. In winter, the reverse applies! We’ll take the water away.

How do we book?

A member of the Barcelona Tours team is ready and waiting to start helping you plan your experience. Contact our team today for more information: or 0034 935 008 226.

This was originally posted on the 22nd December 2018; it was updated 18th December 2019.

January in Barcelona is a quieter time, but that doesn’t mean that the festivities stop and the city shuts down for a month. On the contrary, as a Catholic country (officially, although many people in Cataluña are not religious), there are still two more holidays in January to be celebrated before the yuletide season comes to a close. There are also still many amazing activities taking place, and lots of fun things to see, so if you’re trying to combat the January blues with some Mediterranean merriment, let us guide you through the chilly streets and show you some of the great things you can do during January in Barcelona.

Don’t forget, visiting in low season means that all the major attractions will be less busy. January is a great month to visit Sagrada Familia and Gaudí’s other works, as well as to enjoy the emptier streets. We still suggest buying tickets in advance, just in case! If you’re visiting for a conference or a team-building, be sure to check out our Team Building Activities and Group Travel Services, and get in touch for help getting tickets to the main attractions for large groups.

Important! The average temperature in Barcelona in January is around 13 degrees, so while you might not want to go swimming, won’t need 50 layers and thermal undies to spend some time with us. Speaking of swimming…

Go to the beach: Primer bany de l’any 2020

When: 1st January

Where: Sant Sebastia beach, just in front of the Club Natació Atlètic-Barceloneta

Price: Free or 3€ for access to the showers and a certificate.

As with many coastal cities, hot and cold, Barcelona holds an event to celebrate the first swim of the year and it’s called “Primer bany de l’any”. This New Year’s Day swim will certainly combat any hangover you may have acquired due to the previous evenings antics, as the Mediterranean Sea can be mighty cold in the winter. If you’re looking for a fun but frosty way to wash away the cobwebs of 2019, or even just the memories of New Year’s Eve 2019, join the hundreds of other locals and visitors as they plunge into the water.

And it’s not just hangovers, the locals will tell you, that a dip in the sea will help. All year round in Barcelona, young and old residents alike will take an invigorating dip in the water, which you will hear promotes good health and a long life. If you think you can handle the New Year’s Day shivers for a year of positive energy then bring your swimsuit along to your winter holiday.

You can either join the swimmers waiting on Sant Sebastia beach for free, or you can register as an “official” swimmer on the Club Natació Atlètic-Barceloneta website and have access to a hot shower and receive a diploma when you exit the water.

Concert Agenda: Concert de Nadal de l’Orfeó Català

When: 3rd January

Where: Plaza del Rei, Gothic Quarter

Price: Free

If you’re a fan of choirs then you won’t want to miss this moving performance that takes place in the iconic Plaza del Rei. This is the square where Christopher Columbus is said to have presented the treasures he found in America to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain. The Orfeón Catalán, a foundation that supports choirs in Catalonia, presents this concert, with acapella performances from the Men’s Choir and the Young Choir of the Orfeón Catalan. The music echoing off the medieval walls will fill you with festive cheer.

Plaza del Rei provides the perfect setting for these beautiful recitals. While the songs will be performed in Catalan, you don’t need to understand the words to appreciate the quality of the performances and the stunning setting. Also, you may recognise the melodies of classic Christmas carols like “Silent Night” (Santa Nit), “The First Noël” (On Aneu Pastorets) and “Oh Christmas Tree” (Oh Arbre Sant). Stay for one song or the whole evening, the enchanting voices of the choirs will help it feel like Christmas isn’t over yet.

Celebration: Día de los Reyes

When: 6th January

Where: Beginning at Port Vell, then spreading across the city

Price: Depends what you do! But the parade is free.

Speaking of Christmas not being over yet, the Día de los Reyes, or the Day of the Kings, is the highlight of the festive period for many children. On the 6th January, Catalan children will once again head to the Christmas tree to see what the three kings have brought them in the night. However, Barcelona’s way of celebrating this day is truly a sight to see – or should I say a sight to Sea?

On the evening of the 5th January, head to the Port Vell in Barcelona between 4 and 4.30pm and you will see hordes of families looking out to see, waiting for something. And what are they waiting for, you ask? Why, the Three Kings of course! That’s right, a highly decorated boat carrying the Three Kings will dock in Barcelona and so begins the celebration of King’s Day. From here begins the three hour parade through the city. It is, of course, amazing and exciting for children, adults will enjoy the experience as well; it’s a great way to combine a day out with a truly local experience. Be sure to try the traditional cake too, decorated with neon coloured fruits to represent a crown.

Celebration: Las Festas de Sant Antoni

When: 17th – 26th January

Where: Gracia

Price: Depends how much you eat and drink!

If you’re looking for something a little less Christmassy but still ready to celebrate, look no further than the street parties in the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni. These fiestas are the honour the neighbourhood’s namesake, Saint Anthony, whose Saint’s day in the Catholic calendar is the 17th January. Of course, in true Barcelona style, only one day of parties is never enough and this week-long event is sure to combat any January blues that may have settled.

Originally a celebration on the island of Mallorca, the festivities have travelled across the sea and landed in Barcelona, when Mallorcan and Catalan traditions collide: this means plenty of Human Towers, plenty of parades featuring the statues of giants (in Catalan they are called gegants – have a look on Google or show up on the day for a surprise!) and, most excitingly, a correfoc. This word translates to “fire run” and is a pyromaniacs dream! Fireworks, fire crackers and bonfires will form a part of these amazing celebrations, with people dressed as demons roaming the streets with pitchforks covered in fireworks – not for the faint-hearted!

If you’re not here in January, fear not, correfocs are part of many other celebrations during the year.

What else is on?

Visitors during January can make the most of the quieter streets with our fantastic personalised tours of Barcelona or keep warm in the kitchen with an amazing Spanish cooking class, visit our activities pages for more information.

We hope to see you soon!

Company name: Onna

Event date: 19 – 20th September 2019

Number of people: 60

Company details: A tech company that has employees in Barcelona, New York, North Carolina and Toulouse.

Activities provided: Photo Treasure Hunt, Basics of Mosaics, Graffiti Collective, Sangria Class, Desk Yoga class, Cava tasting, plus transport.


Team building activities for large groups in Barcelona

Event brief

Onna contacted BarcelonaTours in August to help organise some amazing team building activities for their company. The event was called “Onna Camp”. The company wanted Onna Camp to bring people together from their different offices.

This was their first global reunion, so Onna wanted to make this super fun, interactive, and inclusive. While they specifically requested to try our Graffiti Art Collective activity, they were also open to other ideas for Onna Camp.

They also informed us they had rented a villa in the city to host the event activities. wanted the activities to run concurrently, with each team member able to choose what to participate in.


Create a stunning piece of street art in Barcelona with your colleagues

What we did

We started out by providing a proposal with lots of fun and interesting ideas for the client to choose from. Onna then came back to us with a list of activities they were interested in: treasure hunt, graffiti, mosaic making, yoga, cocktail classes and our transport services too.

As Onna had already rented a space for their event, we set about organising how we could do each of their selected activities in the villa and the best rooms/areas to use for each activity. This was done through a site visit a couple of weeks before the scheduled event date. The rest of the organising was done through conference calls and emails between Onna and BarcelonaTours.

The venue chosen by Onna was called Los Tilos. This venue is available for hire for private events and has ample space for large groups.


Cava tasting for your team building event in Barcelona

The event

On Thursday 19th September, guests who had chosen to do so took part in the Photo Treasure Hunt. On Friday 20th September, guests could choose which activities to take part in at the event venue. A member of the BarcelonaTours team was on site for the full day to help with logistics and managing the day’s activities.

All the activities (apart from the Treasure Hunt) were held in Los Tilos and the space was a gorgeous spot for Onna Camp.

Each activity had skilled and professional instructors that brought along the materials for the activities where needed. The Sangria Class, Mosaic class and Graffiti Collective activity were done outside as the weather was great, while the other activities took place inside. You can see photos of the event below.

The activities, as well as being fun, were a mixture of educational, practical and relaxing. Desk yoga was included to teach people how to incorporate stretches and gentle movement into working day, something that is very much needed as many people spend most of the day seated at a desk; the mosaic and graffiti activities brought people together through artistic expression and creation, while giving guests the opportunity to take part in something they might never have tried and might never do again; finally, the sangria class and cava tastings were an educational look at Spanish wine and cocktails, and a delicious way to experience these drinks.


Sangria Making Class for a team building activity in Barcelona

The results

Onners were very happy with the event. The Google review read: “We hired Barcelona Tours for our offsite retreat in Barcelona. They were AMAZING! We organized a scavenger hunt, sangria making class, cava tasting, graffiti workshop, mosaic building, as well as transportation throughout the city. Every activity was flawless and perfectly executed. We were super pleased with their service and will definitely work with them again.”

Activities breakdown

Photo Treasure Hunt: 30 guests took part in this activity, 3 hours in duration. We also organised transfers from the company’s office in Barcelona for this. The Treasure Hunt involves exploring the Gothic quarter and taking pictures with Polaroid cameras, which Onna then could keep as a memento of the day.

Graffiti Art Collective: organised for up to 60 guests, up to 3 hours in duration. Onna stated they wanted the theme of their art pieces to be “Barcelona” and “New York”.

Mosaics Design: organised for up to 60 guests, up to 3 hours in duration. Onna means “waves” in Catalan, so the company created a design using the colour blue and the design was then to be hung in their office after the event.

Sangria making class: organised for up to 20 guests, 1 hour of instruction. They learned how to make 3 different types of Sangria (1 traditional, 1 with cava and raspberries and 1 with white wine, green tea, mint and jasmin).

Cava tasting: organised for up to 20 guests, 1 hour of instruction with professional sommelier and a tasting of 4 different cavas.

Desk yoga: organised for up to 20 guests, 1 hour of instruction.

All the activities are adaptable to larger groups.

Would you like to book an event with

Please get in touch if you would like to organise an event in Barcelona: email or call +34 935 00 82 26.

Whether you’re travelling to Barcelona with a group of friends, for a family get-together or as part of a corporate event, it’s important to have the right accommodation to make sure you get the most out of your trip. It goes without saying that there is no shortage of hotels in this beautiful Mediterranean city, but not all are the right choice when it comes to group travel.

When you’re arranging accommodation for a private group of travellers, it’s important to find a hotel which doesn’t just fit within your budget but which also is located in the right part of the city so you can see and do everything you have planned. Here, we offer you our expert advice about where to stay during your trip.

The Eixample Neighbourhood

One of the best places to stay in Barcelona is the Eixample Barrio (or neighbourhood). People often believe that the name means “example”, but it really means “extension” or “expansion”. Constructed outside the original city walls, this area was designed to connect the old city of Barcelona with surrounding towns such as Gracia.

The beautiful architecture here is one reason why so many visitors love to stay in this Barrio along with the proximity to many of the city’s top attractions including Gaudi’s many stunning buildings and the famous Sagrada Familia. If you’re planning to stay in an upmarket area during your visit to the city, Eixample is the best spot for a hotel for you.

You’ll find plenty of designer shops here along with art galleries, a thriving café culture and vibrant nightlife as well as world-class eateries. The excellent transport links here mean that you can explore the best of the area when you base yourself in this Barrio.

The El Raval Neighbourhood

If you’re looking for a more authentic experience during your visit to Barcelona, you should consider staying in the El Raval Barrio. This vibrant neighbourhood is home to young and energetic artists and is also where you’ll find the Museum of Modern Art.

It’s also the perfect place to try authentic restaurants and to experience the thriving multi-cultural environment that makes the city so popular with travellers from all over the world. This area is well-known for its quirky boutiques, late night eateries and its convenient location within walking distance of popular attractions like La Boqueria, the Gothic Quarter and the metro which will take you further afield.

Arranging Your Group Accommodation in Barcelona

If you’re planning group travel to Barcelona and need help to arrange suitable accommodation for your party contact BarcelonaTours today. Our friendly, expert team have the in-depth local knowledge necessary to find the ideal hotels for your group in the area you prefer and within your specified budget.

You can also rely on us to help with organising activities and transport for you and your party, saving you the time and effort of having to make your own arrangements. We look forward to helping you to make the most of your visit to this beautiful city.

Whatever type of business you run, having team-building activities as part of your corporate programme couldn’t be more important. Team-building activities are perfect for helping colleagues to work together efficiently, and to learn each other’s strengths and weaknesses.

They’re also the best way to foster a community spirit within your workplace and to build up positive relationships between workmates that will translate into their employment. If you’re looking for team-building opportunities in Barcelona, you’ll be pleased to discover that there is no shortage of fun group activities that are suitable for all kinds of companies.

Here, we take a closer look at the top three for you to choose from. 

A Mobile Escape Room 

One of the best modern team-building activities in Barcelona has to be arranging a fun and exciting escape room experience for your workforce. Barcelona is home to a whole new generation of innovative escape rooms with plenty of space to accommodate as many as 240 players!

Since most escape rooms are only large enough to accommodate small groups, this is a great advantage. It opens up this fun activity to even large organisations looking for a great way to forge strong working partnerships.

The Mission: Classified mobile escape room can be held virtually anywhere and provides 90 minutes of thrilling problem solving that gets colleagues working together. What’s the goal? Learn about Project C and save the world!

A Salsa Class

If you’re looking for team building activities that bring your workers together, there are few better options than a salsa class in Barcelona. Colleagues can unwind and relax while learning new skills and getting to know each other better.

Breaking the ice is often difficult, especially with new starters or those who speak different languages. However, a salsa class gives people of all ages and nationalities the opportunity to get together, have a laugh and get comfortable on the dance floor.

A GPS Treasure Hunt

Have you been looking for something a little bit different and more hi-tech for your team-building activity in Barcelona? Then what could be more appropriate than a GPS treasure hunt? This activity takes your workers all over the sea and land with a unique and original exercise that will get people of all ages and abilities talking, cooperating and getting to know each other better.

Participants will have lots of fun while forging stronger worker relationships that will set them in good stead once they’re back in the workplace.

Arranging Your Team Building Activities in Barcelona

Whatever kind of business you run, whether it be large or small, you can be certain that there are fantastic group activities available in Barcelona that are just perfect for team building and fostering cooperation between your workers.

Barcelona Tours is your number one choice to arrange dynamic activities for you and your workforce. We take pride in the bespoke service we provide, helping you to find the ideal experience that will perfectly meet your organisation’s team-building needs. Contact our friendly and knowledgeable team today and start planning the ideal activity to suit your requirements.

Send us an email at or call +34 935 00 82 26.

Corporate events are a key component of fuelling engagement with employees in any organisation. One of the best ways to ensure that your team building event creates lasting memories is to arrange it overseas.

There’s no better way for employees to have the opportunity to reflect on their experiences within a new environment while strengthening team interactions and encouraging intercultural growth. Why should you arrange your team building activities abroad? Here are just a few of the reasons.

The Bonding Benefits

Anyone who has ever travelled with family members or friends knows that nothing unites people in quite the same way as exploring new things within a brand-new environment. When people are connected outside their usual confines the team naturally becomes stronger.

Adding Unique Flavour

The fresh and new cultural insights that travelling overseas for your team building activities can bring help you to add unique flavour to your corporate event. Traditional music, entertainment and performances add more excitement and fascination to the experience, making it even more memorable.

Testing the Team

When you arrange your team-building activities in a foreign country you can find out how well your workforce can cope with challenges and stresses in an unknown environment. Not only that, but abroad events can open brand new networking horizons. The chance of establish fresh partnerships is a great reason to look overseas for your team building opportunities.

A Wealth of New Opportunities

One of the most convincing reasons for arranging your team building corporate events overseas? It opens up a wealth of opportunities for different and exciting activities which may not be available at home. By choosing activities which are unique to the country in which you are visiting, you can widen your workers’ cultural appreciation as well as their range of experience.

Visiting Barcelona For Your Team-Building Activities

Barcelona is a fantastic destination for any company’s team building activities. With a wealth of exciting venues and resources in stimulating and stunning surroundings, Barcelona has everything any workforce could want from sandy beaches to mountains with incredible views.

When your team aren’t working on reinforcing their cooperation skills and strengthening their relationships, they can enjoy the many fantastic experiences that the city provides, from dining in traditional restaurants to exploring cultural sites.

Using Our Specialist Team

If you’re ready to plan the perfect team-building activity in Barcelona, Barcelona Tours is here to help. As experts in the field, we’re here to make sure that you are matched up with the perfect experiences to suit you and your workforce. We have a wide range of group activities and private tours. These are almost all adaptable to suit your group, all organised by our talented and knowledgeable team.

Whatever size your group and whatever type of activities you’re interested in, you can rely on us to arrange group travel for you and your colleagues.

Are you ready to find out what we have to offer? Then contact our specialist team today and begin planning your Barcelona team building corporate event now.