Barcelona Sightseeing

Our team of private tour guides take you sightseeing around Barcelona and the Catalan land. Discover with our posts the best local architectural sites and learn everything you want to know about the famous architect Antoni Gaudi. We’ll suggest the best itineraries covering the must-sees, but we’ll also take you off the beaten path, visiting all the Barcelona districts. We’ll give you our best tips to visit the most famous museums – specially Picasso and Dali. We’ll cover all the art and historical periods: from the old ruins of the Romans and Greeks, to the Middle Ages and of course the Modernism and the Industrial Revolution, including both Christian and Jewish heritage. Are you ready?

Rooftop of La Pedrera

VIRTUAL TOURS OF THE TOP BARCELONA SITES

See Barcelona from your home with these virtual tours of barcelona These are strange days. What at first didn’t look more than a strong flu has become a global alert, with people confined in their homes in Spain for at least 15 days (but rumors are it’ll be longer than that), schools and restaurants closed …

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Around the Barri de Sants in Barcelona

EXPLORING THE SANTS AREA IN BARCELONA

WHAT TO SEE IN THE SANTS DISTRICT Sants in Barcelona is a great example of what locals call “the real Barcelona”. No big monuments or museums to visit there: just buildings where people live, streets and plazas with businesses, offices and schools where daily life happens. The origin of the neighborhood is tied to the Industrial Revolution, …

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Exploring Horta Guinardó

HORTA-GUINARDÓ: GOING OFF THE BEATEN PATH

WHAT SHOULD YOU SEE IN THE HORTA DISTRICT OF BARCELONA? With the construction of the Eixample district after 1854, Barcelona expanded its limits beyond the city walls, eventually reaching those villages in the subburbs, that finally lost their independence and were annexed. One of the last to become part of Barcelona was Horta, in 1904. This …

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Visiting Sant Andreu Barcelona with us

WALKING AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF SANT ANDREU

WHAT TO SEE IN SANT ANDREU DISTRICT Getting to Sant Andreu de Palomar is easy: just hop on the L1 (red) subway line and get off on Sant Andreu station, right in the heart of this off the beaten path district with its own personality: Plaça Orfila, presided by the eclectic building of the Sant Andreu …

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Barcelona Evening Sightseeing

BEST BARCELONA NIGHT TIME ATTRACTIONS THIS SUMMER

PLAN YOUR EVENING BARCELONA SUMMER ACTIVITIES It’s so easy to plan your daytime sightseeing, but when it comes to the evening, it’s hard to get ideas beyond dinning out and going to a flamenco show (where, that’s not entirely true, we gave you some great ideas about the nightlife in Barcelona here and here in previous posts). But what you might not …

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Our Squares of Gracia district

THE VILA DE GRACIA THROUGH ITS SQUARES

STROLLING AROUND THE PLAZAS OF THE GRACIA NEIGHBORHOOD Gracia plazas are distinct landmarks of the Gràcia district. Originally an independent village connected with Barcelona through a road that was going to become the nowadays fancy Passeig de Gracia, that part of the countryside north of the old Barcelona was often developed by private real state owners …

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Sarria Sant Gervasi Visit

SARRIA DISTRICT: GOING OFF THE BEATEN PATH IN BARCELONA

EXPLORING THE UPTOWN BARCELONA SARRIA NEIGHBORHOOD I was born in the district of Sarria Sant Gervasi, one of the areas of Barcelona that still preserves a village-like feel. It actually used to be an independent village that was finally eaten by Barcelona and lost its independence in the early 1900s. If you like going off the …

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