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Barcelona: Bike Tour

1. Barcelona: Bike Tour

Get to know Barcelona on a relaxed, fun, and informative bike tour. Explore several neighborhoods and see the city's main highlights in one go. Bike the labyrinthine streets of the oldest districts, such as the Gothic Quarter. Pass by old churches, palaces, Roman walls, and medieval monuments. Make your way down to the Old Port to understand Barcelona's relationship to the sea. Enjoy the coastal views and learn about the former fishing village, Barceloneta. Branch off along the way through the city's green oases, like Ciutadella Park. Enjoy the sense of freedom when riding along the bike paths off the beaten track.

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Barcelona: Bike Tour with Tapas and Drink

2. Barcelona: Bike Tour with Tapas and Drink

Get an overview of Barcelona’s historic center by bike. Ride at a relaxed pace and stop to listen to your guide's local anecdotes about famous sights and local gems. Cycle back through the ages in the Gothic Quarter. Learn about the city’s origins, see Roman remnants and medieval constructions. Gaze up at the ornate spires of Barcelona Cathedral. Pass by outstanding modernist architecture and admire its originality. Explore charming streets and thoroughfares such as the tree-lined La Rambla. Finish your tour with a selection of tapas. Treat your taste buds with the Mediterranean flavors and experience this local food tradition. Enjoy the laid-back Spanish ambiance.

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Barcelona: Private Tour w/ Locals – Highlights & Hidden Gems

3. Barcelona: Private Tour w/ Locals – Highlights & Hidden Gems

See Barcelona at its best from the eyes of a local in just 3 hours. Check out prime landmarks like the Cathedral of Barcelona, Palau Güell, Plaça Reial and hear unique insights that only a local would know. Uncover hidden gems and city secrets along the way that will show you an authentic side of the city with the help of a knowledgeable local guide. Fully experience the local flare with an included local treat to make your city tour a complete experience.

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Barcelona: Private Family Child-Friendly Tour

4. Barcelona: Private Family Child-Friendly Tour

Walk through the three medieval quarters of Barcelona, getting lost in its hidden streets away from the tourist crowds. Listen to the stories your local host has to tell you, as you and your children fall in love with the city together. Walk along the lively Ramblas, before admiring some of the masterpieces of Gaudi and the elegance of Plaza Real. Enjoy the colorful Boqueria Market and taste the famous hams and cheeses as your children enjoy the fun games your guides have in store for them. Following that, walk through the Gothic Quarter, discovering its corners and its passages which are full of ancient stories. Stand to admire every detail of the magnificent Cathedral of Barcelona, and feel the sad beauty of the Sant Felip Neri Square and the passing of time as you look at the Roman Ruins. It will then be time for churros and hot chocolate, as your guides offer you the best churros in town. Following your refreshment break, you'll visit the charming Born Quarter where you will encounter the magical Santa Maria del Mar Church which was built entirely by worshipers. Afterwards, visit the buried medieval ruins inside the antique Born Market. Towards the latter end of your tour, take a walk in the beautiful Ciutadella Park. A green lung in the heart of the Old City with leafy paths, little lakes with boats and ducks, lawns to sit on and relax in the sun, and children’s play areas. Enjoy the city including its art, history, and fabulous gastronomy with your family in a cool way which is engaging for the little ones.

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Barcelona: Tapas Walking Tour & Flamenco Show

5. Barcelona: Tapas Walking Tour & Flamenco Show

Visit a Modernist-style tapas bar in the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample neighborhood, and then finish the night in an emblematic flamenco bar in the heart of the Gothic Quarter in famous Plaça Reial.   This exciting 3-hour evening experience includes a stroll around Eixample to sample authentic Catalan tapas such as ‘pa amb tomàquet,’ and a visit to a ham delicatessen in Born. Finish your evening with a 45-minute authentic flamenco show featuring some of the genre's newest rising stars performing this dance to traditional Spanish music! 

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Barcelona Tapas 3-Hour Bike Tour

6. Barcelona Tapas 3-Hour Bike Tour

Take a 3-hour guided bike tour of Barcelona’s historic Gothic Quarter and get a unique perspective of the Catalan capital. You will enjoy a scenic ride through one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, riding at a relaxed pace, with many stops to enjoy the laid-back Spanish ambiance. Learn about the city’s origins, stretching from the Mediterranean sea front to the Ronda de Sant Pere. Admire the imposing 13th-Century Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, and ride down charming streets that date back to the Middle Ages. Look out too, for some of Spain’s most beautiful modern architecture. Next, you will relax by the sea to enjoy some delicious Spanish tapas. Breathe in the fresh sea air, as you escape the city center’s hectic traffic. Sit down to a feast of 4 tapas per person, as well as a glass of Spanish wine, beer, or a drink of your choice. Learn about the origins of this typically Spanish way of eating and discover how to prepare some of the dishes on offer.

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Barcelona: Private Family-Friendly City Tour

7. Barcelona: Private Family-Friendly City Tour

Enjoy an exciting and fun-filled expedition through the heart of historic Barcelona. Your kids will be delighted to discover a version of history made just for them, full of valiant kings, princesses and dragons, quirky stories, hidden street art and more. Over the course of 3 hours, let your guide inspire the whole family with their infectious enthusiasm and expressive storytelling, sparking the imagination of all the little brains in your group. Younger members will receive an interactive workbook especially designed by an educational expert. Follow your family-friendly guide into traditional old shops and sample tasty treats like candy and chocolate con churros. Pay a visit to the oldest shop in Barcelona where you’ll have to guess what they sell. Later, have fun with a word search to find the Roman name of the city, marvel at a 3rd-century fortified wall and use your activity book to solve the mystery of the ancient temple. Next, visit the seat of power in Barcelona. Hear the fantastic legend of the city's patron saint and see if you can spot him in the square. Find out where the president works while learning about the flags of the city. Look up to see the gargoyles that haunt the medieval buildings of Barcelona, peering down from churches, houses and town halls. Finally, use your imagination to become kings, queens, princes, and princesses re-enacting the stories that helped shape the city.

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Barcelona Highlights City Tour and Montserrat Excursion

8. Barcelona Highlights City Tour and Montserrat Excursion

For the first part of the activity, enjoy a guided walking tour of the Gothic Quarter. Stroll down one of the most important streets in the city until you reach the Cathedral of Barcelona. Take some free time to explore the Cathedral on your own. Meet your guide again to continue the walking tour. Walk through the narrow streets of the oldest part of the city and discover the many secrets it holds. Marvel at the quaint medieval places hidden to the crowds and learn about their historical significance. Follow your guide to Plaça Catalunya to board an air-conditioned bus for a panoramic tour through the city. Drive through Passeig de Gràcia and admire the most popular Gaudí Houses, Casa Batlló and Casa Milà. Note some of the most important modernist façades. Next drive along the coastline of the city as your guide provides information on how this area was significantly redeveloped for the 1992 Olympics. See the Olympic Port, the beach, and the fisherman’s quarter of Barceloneta. Head to the Montjuïc Mountain, the primary location of the Olympic Games in 1992. See the Olympic stadium and ride the cable car for amazing views over the city. Check-in back at the local partner's office on Balmes Street before the starting time of the afternoon activity. Meet your guide and board the bus which will take you to Montserrat. Visit the Benedictine monastery with your guide and learn about the history and architecture of this beautiful site. Admire the Gothic and Renaissance details of the Basilica and sanctuary. Learn about the legend of the miraculous apparition of the Madonna and Child in the cave of Santa Cova. Then, enjoy some free time to explore on your own. Follow a number of walking trails or shop for some local products and liquors, before returning to Barcelona.

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Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour with Pintxos

9. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour with Pintxos

Discover old Barcelona by starting on Pelayo Street, one of the most important streets in the city, which runs past the Plaza de la Universidad. Continue to Plaza de Catalunya, one of the biggest squares in Spain and one of the most important places in Barcelona. From here, walk down La Ramblas, one of the most beautiful and famous avenues of the city. Walk the length of the street, passing by many flower and souvenir stands along the way. As you stroll, the guide will tell you how Emperor Augustus founded the city, and how he chose the name. Arrive at the old port of the city. See the remains of the old city wall as you walk through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, before arriving at Nova Square. Here, in the center of the Gothic Quarter, you'll be able to admire the Cathedral, built in the Gothic style.  From your guide, hear about important figures in the history of the city, such as St. Roque, or Wilfredo the Hairy. Learn more about the flag of Catalonia and how its current design came about. Next, walk around Plaza del Rei and Plaza del Pi, until you reach Plaza de Sant Jaume, the current administrative and political center of the city. Finally, see the town hall, and the Palau de la Generalitat.  Finish your tour at a local bar to taste some authentic pintxos. Take the opportunity to chat with your guide, and ask for recommendations for the rest of your time in Barcelona.

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Barcelona: Gothic Quarter and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

10. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

From the convenient meeting point at the tourist information center in the Gothic heart of the city, start the tour with a coffee and a short briefing on Barcelona and the surrounding area before setting off. Then, visit the Cathedral and the Royal Palace, the Roman wall, and the medieval area of Barcelona, including the Jewish Quarter. End this portion of the tour with a visit to Santa Maria del Mar church and, after crossing the Plaça de Sant Jaume, reach one of the best-known streets of the city: La Rambla. Next, the Boqueria Market is a mandatory visit on your journey where the festival of flavors, colors, and smells come alive. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant and use this time to re-energize and discuss anything from Spanish gastronomy to taxation or Catalan identity. The lunch includes a sample of cherished local delicacies including Iberian sausage, cheese, ham, and local wine. After lunch, hop on the subway like a true Barcelonian and head downtown to Passeig de Gràcia where you can admire the most valuable modernist houses. The boulevard is the most elegant in the city where the most important families of the early 20th century commissioned the construction of their homes to the best architects of the time including, among others, Antonio Gaudí. From Passeig de Gràcia, just two metro stops away is La Sagrada Familia, the last stop of the tour. Here you will see the different parts of the building and the many examples of religious symbolism hidden in its unique facades. You are sure to be captivated by Gaudi’s incredible architectural style: the peculiar shape of the columns, ceilings, walls, and the organic architecture of the basilica.

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What people are saying about Barcelona Cathedral

Very interesting visit. The rhythm was perfect for a family with young children, our daughters were able to play in a park, taste the churros… We learned a lot about this city that we love. Indeed, we had never taken the time to take a guided tour, it's a budget but it allowed us to have another vision of this city that we had visited many times by missing certain things. . Our guide Fred is originally French which is a real plus for communication.

Highly Recommended! Although everyone in our group has been to Barcelona several times, we learned so many new things. Camilo was a great tour guide. We discovered new quarters in Barcelona, went to a flamenco show, drank cava and then visited two tapas restaurants. We had so much fun!

A great ride to fill your eyes ... and your stomach If you are lucky enough to have Oscar as your guide, you will have an exceptional time, his knowledge of Barcelona and his kindness really made all the difference

Loved the experience! The guide was very nice, the group bonded and we had fun together, eating and drinking good and local food. 100% recommended!

Our guide was very Nice and his knowledge were great