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Salvador Dalí is, no doubt, Spain’s most famous artist. Born in Figueres in 1904, he is one of the most important exponents of surrealism worldwide. Visit the painter’s triangle: the Dalí Museum, the Gala-Dalí Castle and the House-Museum. Sacrebleu!
15 Minuts Before Tour Start
Stating Time : 8:15 AM
Stop At: Dali Theatre-Museum, Gala-Salvador Dali Square, 5, 17600,
Figueres Spain The legendary Salvador Dalí is one of the most important figures in the world of art and is one of the luminaries of surrealism. If you’re a fan of his works, then you should know that there’s no better way to celebrate his incredible contributions than to visit the Dalí Museum in the city of Figueres in Spain. Book through us and get-go on a tour that’ll take you from Girona to Figueres so you can explore the strange wonders of this institution and immerse yourself in the mesmerizing world of the surreal! You can’t miss this eye-popping opulent temple devoted to Surrealism. It was instituted in 1974 on the site of the former Municipal Theatre, then set on fire at the end of the Civil War. Renewed and restored, it is now a real treat for art lovers. Dalí Theatre-Museum is home to the largest collection of Dalí-related art objects and is an inspirational homage to the artist himself, who graced us with his intangible dreamscapes from 1904 to 1989. The interior of this outlandish structure lays out the visual progression of Dalí’s work, from a young artist working against institution standards to find his form, to his emergence as the father of Surrealistic art. See a range of his work, from sculptures to paintings, installations, and some of his most recognizable pieces. Step inside the Dalí Theatre-Museum and grapple with the inexplicable world of Surrealism that Salvador Dalí afforded us a glimpse of – it’s guaranteed to be a memorable experience!
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Catalonia, Spain The Catalonia region, in northeastern Spain,
known for the lively beach resorts of Costa Brava as well as the Pyrenees Mountains. Barcelona, the regional capital, has a historic Gothic Quarter, La Rambla pedestrian mall, museums, and several beaches. Antoni Gaudí’s distinctive modern art and architecture can be seen at the Sagrada Família Basilica and in the colorful outdoor mosaics of Park Güell. Discover Catalonia by the hand of a friendly and knowledgeable guide of all the details you need. Duration: 40 minutes
• Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
• Not wheelchair accessible
• Stroller accessible
• Near public transportation, Most travelers can participate
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.