A Walk in Barcelona's Old Town: A Unique Perspective

For this special tour, I have gathered the most interesting facts, cozy corners and beautiful secrets of Barcelona. Did you know that those horse signs hanging around the streets are actually the first traffic system of the city? Or that you can see the remains of the Augustus Temple holding the households they built ontop centuries later?

Well, that's only the start! We'll discover the 2,000 years of history of the Gothic Quarter unveiling their narrow streets and beautiful plazas from Las Ramblas to King's Plaza.

You'll get to choose a free hot chocolate with churros (or any other Catalan dessert) at the begining of the tour, or a drink (I recommend vermut!) at the end.

Delight yourselves in the beauty of the Old Town and the tasty samples from Barcelona's food markets on this walk full of fun, history, and details you would never get to know on big tours. Take your time asking me questions and enjoy!

If you come with kids younger than 15, it's free for them!

About the host: I’m an actor born and raised in Barcelona. After studying Politics and Theatre in New York, I moved back to my hometown and started combining my acting career with touristic jobs. I found my passion: people enjoyed my tours, had lots of fun and were always referencing me to their visiting friends. So I decided to create my own special route. Get to know all the curiosities of Barcelona in the most funny and interesting way!
Experience/Tour Type: Group (Meet other travelers)
Language(s):
Catalan
Chinese (Cantonese)
Chinese (Mandarin)
Dutch
English
French
German
Greek
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Polish
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish
Turkish
Ukranian
Vietnamese
Times & dates available: Tuesday to Saturday starting at 9:30 AM or 3:30 PM.
Duration (hours): 3.0
Maximum number of people: 10
Highlights: Teatre Liceu, Ramblas, Roman Sepulcre, Chocolate Street, Jewish Quarter, Cathedral, City Hall, King's Plaza.
Included in experience: We’ll stop for 20 minutes to have a hot chocolate with churros or any other drink and pastry in one of the old Modernist cafeterias on our way.
Please bring: A small bottle of water.