Explore several thousand years of Barcelona history in a single day during this 4-hour private guided walking tour. Travel back in time through the Roman and Medieval eras as you walk the winding streets of the Gothic Quarter.
Stop by the Plaça de Sant Jaume, now the seat of the Catalan government, and walk along side one of the world’s best-preserved Roman walls. Stops at the medieval Plaça del Rei, Barcelona Cathedral, Plaça Reial, La Rambla, Plaça Sant Felip Neri, Santa María del Pi church, Santa Caterina Market are also included. You will also see the highlights of the Jewish Quarter and learn more about the history here, and look for symbols implemented by the freemasons.
With a knowledgeable official local Tour guide to lead the way, you’ll veer off the beaten path and delve deep into the past. See some of the area’s most popular and hidden sights, marvel at the architectural delights seemingly waiting around every corner, and perhaps end the tour with some tapas at your guides recommendation in the lively neighbourhood of El Born.
This tour does not require a high amount of walking or wheeling, and it can also be completely tailor-made based on each person preferences. The itinerary also avoids steps and it follows a mostly flat path along the Tour.
Meeting point: Hotel/Cruise Pick-up or Plaça Sant Jaume
Starting time: Flexible
Duration: 4 Hours
Optional door-to-door accessible Cruise Port transportation can be arranged
No penalty if cancelling at least 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
50 percent fee if you cancel between 7 and 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
100 percent fee if you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure
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