Barcelona is a Spanish city, capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia and the second largest city in the country, with a population of 1.620.943 within its administrative limits. About five million people lives in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It is also the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea.
Blanes is a town near Barcelona and municipality of Selva in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. During the Roman rule it was named Blanda or Blandae. It is known as the “Gateway to the Costa Brava”. Its coast is part of the Costa Brava, which stretches from Blanes up to the French border. Blanes is a popular tourist town in Catalan and Spanish. It is known for the Concurs de Focs d’Artifici during the Santa Anna festival; this event includes a lot of fireworks. Other places of interest include a botanical gardens, coves, such as the Cala Bona, and beaches which are surrounded by mountains.
1st day – June 28. Arrival to Blanes/ Lioret de mar. Accommodation at the selected hotel. Dinner. Optional night out. Overnight.
2nd day – June 29. Breakfast. Press conference at the conference center. Optional tour to the Barcelona Gaudi’s Barcelona, Sagrada Familia, Guel Park, Ramblom, Gothic square, Cathedral, Parliament, Picasso’s museum, etc.). Opening ceremony. Participant groups performances. Dinner. Overnight.
3rd day – June 30. Breakfast. Optional visiting Tossa de Mar by boat. Participant groups performances. Closing ceremony. Dinner.Optional night out. Overnight.
4th day – July 01. Breakfast. Optional visit to the stadium Camp Nou (FC Barcelona) and to the Aquarium. Return to Blanes/ Lioret de Mar. Optional night out to some of the discotheques or going out to the flamenco club “LaSiesta”. Dinner.
5th day – July 02. Breakfast. Optional trip to the aqua park. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight.
6th day – July 03. Breakfast. Hotel check out and departure. End of services.