We took 2 tours: the Gaudi tour and the Old Town tour. For first time visitors, a Gaudi tour is an absolute must — we didn’t know in advance which places would be the most interesting, but having been there, I would have to say the 3 ABSOLUTE musts are the Sagrada Familia (of course), Casa Batllo (every room was incredible), and Park Guell (oh, yeah, go out there, you’ve never seen anything like it). Begoña was extremely knowledgeable about all of Gaudi’s works. The Casa Mila had the best store, so you have to go there as well. The town tour started with walking down La Rambla. We ducked into the Mercado and got a sank, then walked down to the water. Then into the really old part of town, with some Roman ruins, the old Jewish Quarter, many little tiny streets that could barely fit humans, let alone vehicles. The walking was pleasant, as she knew many streets and alleys that were not heavily traveled by tourists. Personally, Begoña was an absolute delight. She was bubbly and enthusiastic, and she really knew her stuff. Overall, by taking these 2 tours we discovered numerous places that we never would have found on our own.