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Barcelona: Self-Guided City Audio Tour on Your Phone

1. Barcelona: Self-Guided City Audio Tour on Your Phone

Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Barcelona as you approach iconic landmarks such as La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, La Rambla, and more. Make the most of a unique navigation functionality and follow suggested walking routes that make self-guiding easy. Start your tour to suit your own schedule from Plaça Sant Jaume, the core of the old city in order. Explore its historic square and picturesque places, feeling like a local. Benefit from a self-guided audio tour designed by an accredited expert. Tune into the app's audio commentary, based on a storytelling concept, to hear all about the landmarks you visit. Experience the beautiful capital of Catalonia at your own pace. Find out the highlights as well as hidden gems of the city.

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Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour

2. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour

Explore the magical corners of Barcelona’s old town on a guided walking tour of the Gothic Quarter. See some of the city's top sights and stroll around the cobbled streets. Step back in time in this historic neighborhood, which was founded by the Romans over 2,000 years ago. Gaze up at the intricate spires of the Cathedral of Barcelona. Enter the Plaça del Rei (King's Square) and admire its medieval archways and windows. Get to know the secrets and the legends about the political center of the city.

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Barcelona: Barrio Gotico City Tour in German

3. Barcelona: Barrio Gotico City Tour in German

The past comes to life on this walking tour in the footsteps of one-time residents through winding alleyways and picturesque squares of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter. Every stone has a story to tell. This exploration starts in the days of the Romans, continues to the Middle Ages, and then follows into the early 18th century. Get a glimpse of more than just the history of Barcelona on this German-language tour of Barcelona. Barcelona is anything but some musty museum; it is a dynamic port city constantly reinventing itself and always changing. Every street pulses with life, and old and new blend together to form incredible scenery in a style truly unique to this Mediterranean metropolis. The following topics await you on this walking tour: • Roman luxury: flowing water for a convalescent colony • A holy city gets concurrence • Birth of a nation: a nasty affair and a bloody situation • How the dragon came to Barcelona • The young girl in the pines and the French soldier's bayonet • A slightly spooky brotherhood • The crown of Aragon: from the little city to maritime force • We're talking to you! The advice of the hundreds and the general • King Martin's death: the beginning of the end of codetermination • The Jewish Quarter: the remnants of a lost world • The Inquisition and the hound kings: praise is nothing to play with • My Immortal: a romantic place and the scars of the Spanish Civil War • A Gothic theme park: even houses move, stone by stone • Watch that egg dance • Royal palace: King Fernando fights his fears and doesn't receive Columbus at home • Santa Maria del Mar: the first collaborative project; legends and heroes • The mulberry grave: the vengeance of the Bourbon kings and the head of the general • A half house and the song of the knife-grinder ...and much more.

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Barcelona: “The Cathedral of the Sea” Literary Walking Tour

4. Barcelona: “The Cathedral of the Sea” Literary Walking Tour

Visit locations described in Ildefonso Falconés’s blockbuster novel "The Cathedral of the Sea," and learn about the mysteries and intrigue of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter on a 3-hour walking tour that turns fiction into reality. Set in the 14th-Century, at the height of the Spanish Inquisition, “The Cathedral of the Sea” describes in masterful detail how Barcelona’s humblest residents embarked on building a cathedral that was set to be the greatest temple ever known. This is the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, still standing in the Ribera district and where your tour begins. As you walk through the Ribera and the Gothic Quarter, you will relive the stories of the novel through its various locations; places that date back more than 700 years, and have their histories etched in their walls. You will learn more about the book’s characters, and uncover the story of Santa Maria del Mar, one of the most emblematic monuments of Barcelona, and the apogee of Catalan Gothic art.

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Barcelona: Private Family-Friendly City Tour

5. 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: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour with Optional Pintxos

6. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour with Optional Pintxos

Start at Pelayo Street, one of the main commercial streets in the city, which runs past the Plaza de la Universidad and divides the oldest and newest parts of the city. Continue through one of the biggest squares in Spain and one of the most important places in Barcelona, Plaza de Catalunya. From here, walk down one of the most beautiful and famous avenues of the city, the Ramblas. 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. You'll then 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. You'll also 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.  At the end of the tour, you have the option to go to a local bar to taste some typical local 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 Walking Tour with Pintxos

7. 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: Gourmet Food Tour with 3 Specialized Restaurants

8. Barcelona: Gourmet Food Tour with 3 Specialized Restaurants

This comprehensive 4-hour gourmet food tour of Barcelona is designed by Foodies, for Foodies and is a window into the world-famous gastronomic culture of Catalunya. You will explore tapas bars and unique historic buildings, immersing yourself in foods and drinks specifically selected for each location. Discover the best flavors of the city walking through the historic neighborhoods of the Gothic, the Born, and the Barceloneta districts. Walking through the narrow alleys while you enjoy amazing food is an experience that you cannot miss in Barcelona. In this guided tour, we will visit the most genuine and emblematic restaurants and taverns of three different districts, each of them showing you the love we have for authentic food. The exclusive menu starts with a rich and typical Iberian appetizer Including cheese, Iberian sausages, and Iberian ham that will be paired with the best red wines. You will enjoy this gourmet product in one of the oldest delis in Barcelona: a place full of charm, history, and anecdotes. Continue to La Barceloneta, with the chance to savor some typical seafood tapas including octopus, mussels, anchovies, baby squids, and prawn croquettes in a modernistic atmosphere. Then, head to the final stop, located in the trendiest neighborhood of Barcelona, El Born. This stop is dedicated to the most traditional dishes, such as Russian salad, padron peppers, and smashed eggs, all to be crowned by a sweet treat. Whether a gourmet pincho or an artisan tapa, each plate comes accompanied by a matched local wine or carefully selected beer, helping you to unwrap a range of vibrant Spanish flavors. Expect variety, expect quality, expect to have fun. and take great photos on this unique gourmet tapas tour. The tour finishes right when the bars start to open in one of the most vibrant districts in Barcelona, so it is a great way to start the night.

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based on 271 reviews

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 Olga was amazing - she was very knowledgeable and fun. Would definitely recommend this tour to all my family and friends

Very knowledgeable tour guide. I thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Nice job, Gabriella!

Johannes was amazing, we got a new insight of Barcelona. Definitely worth it!