Embark on a captivating two-hour walking tour through Barcelona’s rich medieval and Roman heritage. Begin at Pl. Reial, a vibrant square with a beautiful fountain. Explore the charming Plaça del Pi, visit the historic Jewish quarter of Call de Barcelona, and discover the significance of Plaça de Sant Jaume. Marvel at the magnificent Cathedral of Barcelona, wander through the peaceful Plaça de Sant Felip Neri and encounter the remnants of the Roman city wall. Conclude the tour at the majestic Plaça del Rei, admiring its medieval buildings and the breathtaking Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. Immerse yourself in the captivating history and medieval heritage of Barcelona on this easy-paced walking tour.

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  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Plaça Reial

    Plaça Reial is a vibrant square in Barcelona known for its lively atmosphere, palm trees, and beautiful fountain. It offers a great spot to relax and soak in the vibrant ambiance of the city.

  • 2

    Plaça del Pi

    Plaça del Pi is a charming square located in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, famous for its picturesque surroundings and the iconic Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi. It's a serene place to sit and admire the beauty of the square and its medieval landmarks.

  • 3

    Call de Barcelona

    Call de Barcelona is the old Jewish quarter of the city, with narrow winding streets and historic buildings that reflect the rich Jewish heritage of Barcelona. It's a fascinating area to explore, filled with hidden corners and centuries-old history.

  • 4

    Plaça de Sant Jaume

    Plaça de Sant Jaume is a historic square in Barcelona that houses both the City Hall and the Palace of the Generalitat of Catalonia. It's a significant civic space that has witnessed many important events throughout the city's history.

  • 5

    Cathedral of Barcelona

    The Cathedral of Barcelona, also known as the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, is a magnificent Gothic masterpiece with stunning architecture and a rich history. It's an iconic symbol of Barcelona and a must-see landmark.

  • 6

    Plaça de Sant Felip Neri

    Plaça de Sant Felip Neri is a hidden gem tucked away in the Gothic Quarter, known for its peaceful atmosphere and the charming Sant Felip Neri church. It's a tranquil square with a tragic history, making it a poignant and contemplative spot to visit.

  • 7

    Roman city wall in Barcelona

    The Roman city wall in Barcelona is a remarkable historical site that showcases the city's ancient past. It's a fascinating reminder of Barcelona's Roman origins and offers a glimpse into its rich heritage.

  • 8

    Plaça del Rei

    Plaça del Rei, also known as the King's Square, is a majestic square that served as the residence of the counts of Barcelona. It features stunning medieval buildings and the impressive Royal Palace, providing a glimpse into the city's royal history.

  • 9

    Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar

    The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar is a stunning Catalan Gothic church located in the El Born neighborhood. With its soaring columns and exquisite stained glass windows, it's a true architectural gem and a testament to the city's religious heritage.

Meeting Point

At Placa Reial, in front of the fountain
(Pl. Reial, 08002 Barcelona, Spain) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.