Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Barcelona Sightseeing Tour: Gothic Quarter Walking Tour, Olympic Village and Montjuic Cable Car Ride. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Albert is a splendid guide and I greatly enjoyed visiting parts of Barcelona I hadn't seen before
This tour was a really great second day tour for us where we got our feet on the ground and started to see the interior of some of the key locations in the city. It provided a nice assortment of venues to visit.
Very good tour to give you a familiarity with the scope and layout of the city. Guide was very knowledgeable and the views at the top of the mountain were fantastic, but bear in mind when you go wondering up there it is quite a big area and there isn't a lot of time to get back to cable car, i panicked as i hadn't realised walking the perimeter how long it took and found myself running the last 10 minutes to ensure i didn't keep the coach waiting on the other end.
good tour and lots of sights seen. Not as 'personal' as other tour but worthwhile none the less.
Very good overview. I found the Gothic tour most interesting, the Spanish village was a little prosaic but contained an interesting modern art gallery.
The tour was very interesting, it gave us a lot of ideas about different parts and places of interest of Barcelona.
It would have been even better if we had been able to spend more time in Spanish Village...
I believe that the tour can provide for a little more time in Pueblo Espanol. We can't be able to see the art crafts so we can buy some articles at those stores.
Just had a short time in Barcelona, so this tour was the perfect one to do. Saw all the sights. Very well organised, and our guide was fantastic. Would recommend and did so to a friend who did the full day tour the next day. thanks
A nice local tour, this Barcelona sightseeing tour gives you a short history as to where important places are in Barcelona as well as the history as to why Barcelona has become Barcelona. Our guide, Carolina, did a good job at explaining things, and since our tour group was small, it was a very personal tour. This tour is a great way to start off one's trip to Barcelona as it lays out the entire city and gives you interesting places to go such as the Olympic Port (which has great food), La Rambla, etc. I would suggest doing this tour for anyone who is unsure completely as to what they plan to do in Barcelona, or to someone who is seeking tips as to how to enjoy Barcelona like the locals.
A good tour; we were able to see some interesting areas we wouldn't have seen on our own.