Find out what lies under our feet and what we regularly miss above our heads
Barri Gòtic or the Gothic Quarter is the oldest part of the city, founded by the Romans. Excavations, hidden churches, art galleries, authentic stores, and the most narrow alleys that make you feel you're walking through the middle ages.
El Raval, the former suburb and most multicultural area of Barcelona. Colourful street art and hidden gems are spicing up the streets of this varied neighborhood. And besides all that, it has the oldest, biggest and most beautiful food market in town, La Boqueria.
El Born, an area with so much character. From local boutique shops to art galleries, from authentic bars to fancy dinner places, from romantic wine bars to hip delicacy stores. And all of this in combination with the interesting history and unbelievable stories.
Meeting point: Plaça Catalunya (in front of the monument of Francesc Macià)
º A short history of the various expansions of Barcelona
The colourful neighbourhood el Raval
The oldest hospital
The Gothic quarter including the remains of the Roman city wall
El Call, the old Jewish quarter
The narrow streets of El Born with hidden palaces from the 13th century
º We will end the walking tour at the excavations where you can spend as much time as you want, and on a sunny day, you can enjoy central park 'Ciutadella'.
Would you like to adjust the itinerary or do you have special requests? No problem at all!
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: Plaça Catalunya (in front of the monument of Francesc Macià)
Duration: 3 hours
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 euro - In case you would like to add a short break for a drink
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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she met us at the hotel, helped us get to town...very knowledgeable.