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Immerse yourself in the atmospheric streets of Barcelona's beautiful Gothic Quarter during this 2-hour morning walking tour. Explore the incredible architecture, bustling bars, trend-setting boutiques and mouth-watering tapas bars that give this famous neighborhood its unique charm, as you explore the area on foot. During your trip you'll have the chance to see the medieval Placa del Rei (Royal Palace), the Temple d'August and the city's Roman remnants and the Palatine chapel of Santa Agata. This morning walking tour also includes multiple language options.
Two hour morning walking tour of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter
Medieval Placa del Rei (Royal Palace)
Palatine chapel of Santa Agata
Temple d'August and other remnants of Roman Barcelona
Great introduction to Barcelona's famous Gothic Quarter
Choose between English- French- or Spanish-speaking guide
Take a 2-hour walking tour through the incredible streets of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, stopping along the way to enjoy the neighborhood's amazing architecture and vibrant local culture. Along the way you'll also have the chance to learn about the area's numerous famous buildings and learn about the area's history and people.
Start your walking tour at Barcelona's Plaça Sant Jaume at the time coordinated with the tour operator. Depending on the language of your tour you've chosen and the time of year, your tour may start at either 9:30am, 11:30am or 5pm. From there you'll proceed on foot for an exploration of the Gothic Quarter. During your excursion you'll see some of the city's most famous medieval buildings, like the Plaça del Rei (Royal Palace) and the Palatine chapel of Santa Agata, before taking some time to explore Barcelona's Roman history at the Temple d'August, one of the city's last remaining Roman relics. For a full list of places you might visit during your tour, check the itinerary details listed below.
Finish your walking tour 2 hours after your departure back at your original starting point.
Some of the places you may visit during this Barcelona Walking Tour:
• Plaça Sant Jaume • Temple d’August • Claustre de la Catedral • Sant Sever • Plaça de Sant Felip Neri • Palau Episcopal • Casa de l’ Ardiaca • Roman walls • Casa de la Pia Almoina • Catedral • Verger del Palau Reial Major • Palau del Lloctinent • Plaça del Rei • Palau Reial Major • Carrer Llibreteria • Plaça Sant Just • Old façade of City Hall
Alex our tour guide gave a brilliant history tour that made the Gothic Quarter come alive. So much history would have been missed if we just wandered ourselves. I feel that by end of tour, we had a much better understanding of the history and culture of the area. Alex was a very pleasant, enthusiastic and caring tour guide. Would highly recommend this tour and cost seems very reasonable
Our guide was amazing! No other way to see the Gothic Quarter. He was extremely knowledgeable and gave insight to the history of the area along with the background of the architectural features. He was honest, funny and was respectful of the time. I would highly recommend.
I booked this tour for my husband and I for the morning after we arrived in Barcelona after a late flight to gain a foundation for understanding the history of the city right away. This tour exceeded our expectation. Our guide, Jordi, was outstanding. He presented his knowledge in a systematic way that made the tour fun and exciting as well as educational. The tour was organized and professional. The equipment used was up to date and comfortable (earpieces, microphones). This tour was the highlight of our trip to Barcelona as it set the stage for the rest of the activities that we had planned.
our guide, Romenia, was knowledgeable, funny, and thoroughly enjoyable as we explored all of the moons and crannies of the Cathedral of Barcelona and the Gothic Quarter. The history she brought to the tour was fascinating a
This was a circular walking tour that began at Plaça de Sant Jaume and went as far as the Cathedral--roughly 250 yards, I think. We briefly looked inside two buildings, but most of the "tour" consisted of the guide telling us that things we thought we saw were fake. I was very disappointed. There are lots of interesting buildings in Barcelona that I'd have liked to have learned about, but it just wasn't possible on this tour.