Youth and Family, Museums / Culture, City
Kid Friendly: Yes.
Barcelona is an entirely accessible city; please provide details in advance
Maximum travelers: 10
Catalan (fluent), English (fluent), French (advanced), Spanish (fluent)
A walk through 2000 years of history with a private guide
This walking tour will let you know our extraordinary Roman and Medieval legacy.
Barcelona has one of the most well-preserved and extensive old towns in Europe. Come and enjoy a pleasant and relaxing walking tour through amazing streets full of charm and life.
If you are passionate about Ancient times and wish to be transported back into time, this is your tour!!
Sites we cover:
- Plaza Catalunya (the link between Old/modern Town)
- Ramblas (the most famous boulevard in town)
- Gothic Cathedral of Saint Eulalia (outside explanations and inside visit on your own)
- The Jewish Quarter: El Call
- Saint James Square (ancient Roman forum and site of the City and Provincial Councils)
- King's square (housing the Royal Palace, Royal Chapel and the Lieutenant palaces)
Please, be aware that the tour can be customized for your party in case you have any special request.
Starting from Catalunya Square, we'll take the famous Rambla down.
On the left we'll find Old Barcelona, visiting Barcino, the Roman town with its roman wall, the ancient forum and quite a few hidden and charming streets and squares.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: To be agreed: usually your hotel or city center
End location: To be agreed: usually your hotel or city center
Duration: 3 hours
We will be walking
Estimated Local Cash Needed
8 euros - 5 € - Admission fee in the Cathedral and access to the choir area, plus 3 for a coffee break
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This was an excellent tour and Gloria was a knowledgeable and passionate guide. We were a group of four and we all enjoyed strolling the streets and learning about Barcelona's fascinating history. This was truly a highlight of our five night stay. Gloria left us with a great appreciation for the city as well as little tidbits of knowledge we never would have gotten by randomly reading the plaques on monuments. Thank you, Gloria!