Youth and Family, Museums / Culture, First Time Visitor, City
Kid Friendly: Yes.
I have done this tour with clients who use wheelchairs and all the places we visit are accessible.
Maximum travelers: 4
Spanish (conversational), English (fluent), Catalan (fluent)
3-hour introductory drive: Barrio Gotico, Gaudi, Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Ramblas and Montjuic
If you're only here for a short time and want to get the most out of the visit, this tour will show you the highlights and orientate you so you can find your own way around.
We'll use my car to see more of the city, with a view across Barcelona from up on Montjuic and the Olympic site, along the beaches, (outside) the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo and La Pedrera, the Barrio Gotico neighborhood, and anywhere else you would like.
I'll pick you up and we'll drive around to get a clear idea of what there is to see and do during your visit to Barcelona: Montjuic, the Barrio Gotico and Jewish quarter, the 19th century Eixample district, with its Gaudi houses, avenues and stores, the shore and the Sagrada Familia. If you have anything special you want to see, just let me know where you want to start and we can plan the best itinerary.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can pick you up from your hotel, the port or we can meet at any location in central Barcelona.
End location: Back to the hotel, your cruise ship or anywhere that's convenient for what you want to do next.
Duration: 3 hours
Morning, afternoon or evening.
We'll use my compact Honda Fit Hybrid to get around the city.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 € - Nothing extra is required apart from refreshments.
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Jim met our plane, took us around Barcelona, including the long stop at Sagrada Familia that we'd requested, and then dropped us off at the cruise port. Though we'd visited Barcelona on two previous trips, we learned many new things about the city and its history from Jim. He's a great guide who communicated his knowledge and love of his adopted city.
Mary Ann Corrigan