This literary tour will let you relive the stories of this exciting novel through its different locations; places that after almost 700 years we will revisit from a different perspective whilst admiring the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. This is a unique opportunity to learn more about the characters and about one of the most emblematic monuments of Barcelona, Santa Maria del Mar, the apogee of Catalan Gothic art.
“From the top of Collserola Mountain, on the old Roman road that connected the northern city Ampurias with the southern Tarragona, Bernat discovered for the first time the freedom and the immensity of the sea! He has never imagined something that has no end.”
14th Century: the city of Barcelona was a prosperous city and had grown towards the shore. The humble new district of fishermen decided to build, with their own money and efforts, the greatest temple that had ever existed: Santa Maria del Mar.
Itinerary: Santa Maria del Mar, Canvis Vells/ Canvis Nous, Consolat de Mar, Calle Montcada, Plaza de la Llana, Plaza del Blat, Plaza del Rey to vist the Chapel of santa Àgata and the Saló del Tinell, Plaza de Sant Jaume, Call or Jewish Quarter, Plaza Nova