The Best Of Barcelona Walking Tour
Planning a trip to Spain? What about visiting the Highlights of Barcelona? Why Barcelona is so famous? Why Barcelona is the only city in the world with a royal gold medal? Why Barcelona is a UNESCO World Heritage destination? Discover a very elegant city, famous for its impressive history, culture, monuments, fantastic architecture, museums, galleries, and interesting people. With The Best of Barcelona Walking Tour, you will have the chance to witness amazing sights such as the Gothic Quarter, Cathedral of Barcelona, Placa del Rei, Political Square, Gothic Church of Santa Maria del Pi, and the Sagrada Familia Basilica. Get ready to experience Barcelona from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal interesting facts about a city with a rich heritage. Gaze at the main famous Barcelona Gaudi sights. Visit La Boqueria’s famous colorful market, where we can grab some tapas with Manchego cheese, Iberian ham, or olives.
- Cathedral of Barcelona
- Gothic Quarter in Placa del Rei
- Political Square of Barcelona
- Jewish Quarter
- Santa Maria del Pi
- La Rambla
- La Boqueria
- Placa Catalunya
- Passeig de Gracia
- Casa Lleo
- Casa Ametller
- Casa Batllo
- Casa Mili
- Sagrada Familia Basilica (outside)
- Professional local tour guide
- Barcelona Cathedral Entrance Fees
- Boqueria market Entrance Fees
Route & Duration
Santa Maria del Mar
Church of St. Maria of the Seas known as Our Lady of the Seas was built between 1329 and 1383, located in the Ribeira district at the tip of the Pasek del Borne. The church has beautiful stained glass windows that bring natural light into the interior. You may also be able to attend regular church music lectures.
Barcelona is known for its diverse culture and the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia Cathedral, which is the church of the Archbishop of Barcelona, is one of the most interesting places in Barcelona. To enter this place Visitors must wear clothing that covers their knees and shoulders. There were also vendors selling shawls and other shawls outside.
The Gothic Quarter comprises King's Square and is surrounded by historic medieval buildings. You will see the Palau Reial Major as the main architectural attraction on the square and used to be the location of the Count of Barcelona.
Boqueria Market is a large indoor market located in Ciutat Vella at the entrance of La Rambla, it specializes in selling all kinds of fresh produce. In addition, the market also has cooking classes where cooking lessons are taught by leading experts.
Cathedral of Barcelona main entrance (Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona, Spain)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.