Highlights of this tour
- Roman walls
- Roman towers
- the City Hall
- El Calls (Jewish Quarter)
- Oldest synagogue Europe (not accessible)
- Kings Palace
This walking tour of Barcelona Historic Center, starts in the city center, from where you will explore the charming Gothic area. Depending on your location, we can arrange private adapted transportation from your accommodation or cruise port to the Gothic area. This tour is a walking tour of this area. For more information, click here.
Our accessible historic city tour brings you to Barcelona’s most remarkable highlights. Together with your private knowledgeable guide, you head for Plaza Nova, the beautiful square in front of the Cathedral of Barcelona. This Plaza took over two centuries to build. At the vast Plaza Nova, you see Roman walls and Roman towers. You will also see the magnificent Cathedral of Barcelona and a work by Pablo Picasso. When you go through one of the Roman portals, you have the opportunity to see the Cathedral better. All sites are viewed externally.
After that, you go to the Royal Palace and its surrounding Plaza, church, and museum. The guide will tell you about the history of the city, including the Roman era. Stroll through the small streets of the Gothic Quarter, one of the best-preserved old towns in Europe.
Continuing the tour, you go to the Jewish Quarter. There you can admire the Synagogue, which is not accessible for wheelchair users because it has steps to entrance. But you can enjoy the outside of the Synagogue just as much. Your guide will explain the history and its uniqueness as the oldest Synagogue in Europe.
The tour ends at the Plaza del Pi. From there you can explore the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter. Go and see the outside of the Town Hall and Generalitat, the two political centers of power within Catalunya.
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