Catalonia & Little Trains of the Pyrenees 2019/2020
8 Days Train Tour from £895 per person
One of Spain’s most tantalising pairings can be found in the north of the country, with the dazzling combination of the stunning Pyrenees mountain range and the gorgeous coast of Catalonia. This fantastic tour reveals the excellent rail journeys of these two regions, from our base in the beautiful surroundings of the village and bay of Roses.
Based in pretty Roses, this excellent tour features a visit and tour to Girona, followed by journeys on classic trains of the Pyrenees including the Yellow train and the Núria Valley Rack Railway. A scenic coastal drive to the French seaside towns of Collioure and Portbou is also included, along with a visit to Figueres and the Salvador Dalí Foundation.
- Fully escorted by a UK Tour Manager from start to finish
- Exclusive meeting point at our St Pancras Departure Office
- 7 nights' hotel accommodation with breakfast and dinner, served with wine, each day
- Journey on the Little Yellow of the Pyrenees
- Excursion on the Núria Valley Rack Railway
- Visits to Girona, Figueres and the Salvador Dalí Foundation
- Coastal journey from Couillore to Portbou
There's so much included in the price
Little Yellow of the Pyrenees
Curling its way up from Villefranche into the deep green hills of the beautiful Pyrenees, the cheerful yellow train of the Pyrenees offers a snapshot into the wonderful nature on display in this part of the world.
Núria Valley Rack Railway
The Núria Valley Rack Railway delves into the Pyrenees, hugging the sides of mountain valleys and burrowing through tunnels on its way to the Núria Valley, famously inaccessible to regular traffic.
Our base in Roses
Situated in the enchanting bay of the same name, gazing across the glistening Mediterranean, the village of Roses is a charming places to stay and well-placed for us to discover the best parts of Catalonia.
Figueres & the Dalí Foundation
Figueres is a delight to explorets centrepiece is the remarkable Salvador Dalí Foundation which is dedicated to the works of the surrealist artist himself, and the movement which he helped create.