Barcelona, Spain

Gorgeous Barcelona Ramblas And Neighborhoods

Gorgeous Barcelona Ramblas And Neighborhoods

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14 tour stops



Derived from the Arabic for a river bed, this whole street was once a river.

11 min

Mercat de Sant Josep

This beautiful market offers a great variety of fruits, vegetables, fish, and more.

6 min

Grand Teatre del Liceu

Rebuilt in 1999, this beautiful building is now open for tours.

4 min

Plaça Reial

This square’s beautiful central fountain is inspired by Canova’s The Three Graces.

9 min

Barri Gotic & the Carrer de Ferran

This district has a rich history and is home to the Catalan painter Joan Miró.

5 min

Santa Maria del Pi

The three intersecting squares here often feature a wide variety of performers.

5 min

San Felip Neri

Along with the church, this square features the Museu del Calçat, or Shoe Museum.

5 min

The Cathedral of Santa Eulalia

This ornate, 14th-century cathedral was built on the site of a 4th-century church.

4 min

Plaça Garriga i Bachs

The statue and tiles here depict scenes from when Napoleon’s attacked the city.

3 min

Plaça Sant Jaume

Considered the center of Barcelona, this square is often a public meeting-place.

4 min

Plaça del Rei

This elegant square was at one time the royal palace’s courtyard and a market.

5 min

La Ribera

Like the Barri Gotic, this section of Barcelona is part of the medieval town.

2 min

Museu Picasso

In addition to its permanent pieces, the museum often features temporary exhibits.

4 min

The Church of Santa Maria del Mar

This church features distinct & coherent Catalan Gothic architectural style.

7 min


As we stroll down this celebrated street, your guide to the Ramblas tell you its history - from the story behind its name to the role it played during the Spanish Civil War. We'll show you how to ensure that you come back to Barcelona and take you through the most beautiful food Market in the world.

During this 3 or 4 hour tour of Barcelona, we’ll tell you why the Placa Real was built and lead through the city’s most ancient neighborhood, known as "The Call'. After visiting the charming Placa Sant Josep Oriol and Santa Maria del Pi, one of the most beautiful churches in the city and we'll explain why Barcelona's patron saint Saint Eulalia really should have kept her mouth shut.

As your guide to Barcelona leads you to the cathedral we'll tell you why an egg shell is balanced on a fountain in the tranquil cathedral cloisters at certain times of the year. As we wander around the elegant Placa St Jaume, we'll talk about the dramatic events that took place there.

Itinerary 2.7 km / 3:32

Offline map included

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