Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Montserrat and Cava Trail Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
A specical experience. Very well organized and presented.
Both parts of the tour were very professional super interesting.
I can highly recommend this one . Weird mountain scenery straight out of 'Lost Horizon' Far too many people crammed in to hear the boys sing at 1pm. The winery tour was a bonus with a fun 'ghost train ride' through the winery's vast underground storage rooms.
iReviewed by: Marilyn S, June 2013
Monserrat has a lovely church and a great boy's choir, plus the walk to the small chapel below is quite breathtaking with the view of the valley dropping off sharply below and the mount above. The museum was quite nice and is a must see. Miss lunch or something to plan time there. The visit to a leading winery that produces Cava was impressive. Their underground cellars stretch miles and are four levels of wall to wall, bottle to bottle Cava.Reviewed by: charles l, June 2013
This tour was fabulous, mostly due to our wonderful guide, Lydia. She was so knowledgeable, and her English was easily understood. I can't say enough great things about this tour.Reviewed by: Beverly Y, May 2013
Guide Feliciano was great but the mini-bus was uncomfortable. Required two of our party of seven to sit in front with the driver. Rear seat was both jarring and "whip-lashed" Tour of winery is involved joining a large group and was very controlled and commercial. Also not for claustrophobics.Reviewed by: David O C, June 2013