First contact with the city
The origins of Barcelona
Next we’ll head to the Gothic Quarter to stroll around the medieval plazas and backstreet where hide Roman ruins and Gothic patios. We’ll also see the Royal Palace, the City Council and the Generalitat Government building.
Our main stop there will be the Barcelona Cathedral, a basilica from the Middle Ages with a historical the wooden choir, beautiful side chapels, the tomb of St. Eulàlia and a cloister where gees have lived for centuries. Or if you prefer, we can take you instead to the Call, the medieval Jewish Section, where one of the oldest synagogues in Europe is located.
Gaudi & Modernism
SAGRADA FAMILIA CHURCH
At the end of the tour, you’ll be dropped off back to your hotel, apartment or pier, or at some restaurant for lunch.