From the Roman city to the famous La Rambla Boulevard.
A stroll in the Old Town of Barcelona is to stroll in our history. Barcelona’s old town preserves one of the best kept medieval treasures in Europe:
Our Gothic Quarter is not a relic that we just visit, it’s a residential area where the everyday life of the neighbours blends with history, you will see people living in amazing historic sights!
We will walk in the first 1500 years of history of Barcelona.
Within the Gothic Quarter it is also located El Call , what had been once the Barcelona Jewish Quarter.
Another part of the Old Town is la Ribera Quarter, also known as El Born, narrow beautiful streets where artisans, merchants and seafaring people once lived. It is famous for having the most visited museum in town: Picasso Museum and the beautiful Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar popularly knows as the Cathedral of the Sea Barcelona’s.
What can we visit on the 3 hours tour?
✓ Santa Eulàlia’s Cathedral & Cloister (tickets not included).
✓ Plaça del Rei.
✓ Plaça Sant Jaume.
✓ Roman ruins.
✓ Plaça Sant Felip Neri (Spanish Civil war traces).
✓ Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar (tickets not included).
✓ Jewish Quarter and Synagogue (closed on Saturdays).
What can we see if we do 4 hours? There is more to see ! Add a guided tour of the Picasso Museum Barcelona´s, this collection is the key to understand the formative years of the artist and his love for this city.
Or we can visit the Food Market la Boqueria in the Ramblas Boulevard or the Santa Caterina Market.
Price for this tour ( for 1 to 6 people):
✓ 3h: 190€
✓ 4h: 230€
*For 7 people or more, request a new quote.
Tour duration: 3 or 4 hours, it is your choice.
✓ 3 or 4 hours skip-the-line guided visit with a licensed private tour guide.
✓ Individual receiver devices with single-use headphones (although you can also use your own) to hear the guide´s explanations- she uses a transmitter- in order to keep you distance to stay safe.
✓ Transportation (we move on foot).
✓ Entrance tickets to sights.
** Keep in mind:
Sunday: No visits allowed in the Cathedral of St. Eulàlia and the Boqueria Market is closed.
Monday: The Picasso Museum is closed (except May thru September, included) and the Boqueria Market is only partially open.
Tuesday to Thursday, after 4pm: The Boqueria Market is only partially open.
* To go inside the Cathedral, shoulders and knees should be covered.