Would you like to know how people used to live in Medieval Barcelona? Travel through time and discover its stories, its characters, their relation with the quarter and the way they lived and thought.
Walk around the narrow medieval streets and travel back in time to discover the enthralling history of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter thanks to this amazing walking tour. The remains of medieval times hidden in these streets, will help us to give life to the unknown corners of the city that does not appear in the guidebooks!
This tour starts in Plaça Nova, passing the ancient city gate of Barcino, and continues through the Jewish quarter (Call) and its many squares such as: Plaza de Sant Jaume (where the city hall is located); Plaça del Rei , Plaça de l’Àngel ,Plaça del Pi. It ends behind Cathedral.
At the end of the tour, you will enjoy a pintxos tasting in a traditional Tapas Bar of Gothic Quarter, an area famous for its wineries and small designer shops.
Highlights: Monument Barcino, Casa de l’Ardiaca, Pati del Museu Frederic Mares, Plaça del Rei, Augustus Temple, Gargoyles Cathedral , Call Jueu (Jewish Quarter), Plaça del Pi, Sant Just i Pastor Church, original City Hall door, Pl. Sant Jaume.