A nice way to explore Barcelona, learn and eat the best "Tapas"
Enjoy the Gothic Quarter's charming corners and squares hidden away down ancient narrow streets: the remains of the city walls.
Its Cathedral built in 1298, a great example of Catalan Gothic Architecture.
The Plaça Sant Jaume, site of the Catalan Autonomous Government Palace and the City Hall.
The Plaça del Rei, (King's Square) with the 14 th century's Santa Agata's Chapel.
It is said that the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, received Columbus here when he returned from America.
Our walking visit will continue to the Born district, a very fashionable area with lots of history and also witness of the commercial prosperity of XIII century.
The Picasso's museum is located here.
Be inspired by the first steps of Pablo Picasso as an artist. The museum is key to understand the development of this young artist into a genius from 1887 to 1901. It is housed in 5 medieval palaces and was inaugurated in 1963 at the expressed wish of the artist.
To end up, I will recommend you some good Tapas & Pinchos
- The Gothic District, where it all started 2000 years ago.
- The inside visit to the Picasso's museum. Fast track
- End up at a nice, local Tapas or Pinchos restaurant.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the main entrance of the Hard Rock Cafe (Plaza Catalunya)
You will recognize me very easily because of my Credential and also a sign with your name.
End location: Downtown
Duration: 3 hours
Morning or afternoon tour.
Picasso Museum closes:
Every Monday (including Public holiday Mondays)
-Me, as your local expert of the city.
-Advanced booking with skip the line tickets.
-Free map of Barcelona
-Extra questions you might have for your perfect stay in Barcelona
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 Euros - Entrance fees, Coffee, drink.
Entrance fee to Picasso museum : 12 €/person