Explore Barcelona with an expert guide and choose from an Old Town Tour or a Gaudi Tour. In Out Tours Barcelona will guide you around the city, bringing Barcelona to life for this fascinating 3 hour tour. They’ll open up the Old Town and Gothic Quarter, or take you on a journey of Modernism among Gaudi’s most famous buildings and monuments.

Please email or call 24 hours in advance to book your place on the tour -  booking@inoutbarcelonatours.com; 0034933181023

Highlights:

  • Gothic Quarter
  • Plaza del Rey
  • La Rambla
  • La Boqueria
  • Casa Battlo
  • La Sagrada Familia
  • El Eixample

Did you know

- There are two legends about who founded Barcelona, one being that it was founded by Hercules, 400 years before the building of Rome. The second that it was general Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal, in the Third century BC

- Although the Sagrada Família was known as Gaudi's masterpiece, he was not actually the first architect to work on the project. Architect Francesc del Villar was commissioned initially to design the church on that site.

- Barcelona boasts 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, seven of them were designed by Gaudi

The Tours:

Old Town Tour

Journey through 2,000 years of history from the ruins of the Roman Forum in Plaza de Sant Jaume, to the Medieval architecture of the Gothic Quarter. You’ll learn about the Plaza del Rey and it’s Palace of Viceroy, as well as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Mar. The Gothic Quarter is one of Barcelona’s most fascinating and promises endless surprises of history and culture. Walk up the bustling Ramblas and past the Catalan delicacies within the famous Boqueria Market where you can taste some Iberian cured ham and cava. This tour is a great choice for those who want to experience the depth of culture and history that lives on in this vibrant city.

Gaudi Tour

Anyone who is a fan of Gaudi and his works, this tour is a great insight into his major works and his legacies left to see in Barcelona. This iconic artist and architect was behind the famous La Pedrera, with its undulating façade; Casa Battlo and its skeletal, reptilian design and the masterpiece of Barcelona the (still unfinished) Sagrada Familia. El Eixample district is another well-known area to experience the Modernist style born in the mid-nineteenth century that is synonymous with Barcelona’s urban landscape.

How to get there:

    Metro: Plaça Catalunya Station (L1, 3, 6, 7)
    Bus: Plaça Catalunya

see the: full list of attractions included

Old Town Tour
Monday 09.30
Tuesday 09.30
Thursday 09.30
Saturday 09.30
Gaudi Modernism Tour
Wednesday 09.30
Friday 09.30
Sunday 09.30

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Address:

Meeting Point: Outside Movistar Movil Centre, corner of Avinguda del Portal de l'Angel and Plaça Catalunya 16B

Telephone:

+34 93 318 1023

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