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Barcelona: Evening Walking Tour in the Gaudi Area with Tapas

1. Barcelona: Evening Walking Tour in the Gaudi Area with Tapas

Explore the tapas culture of Spain on a half-day evening tasting tour of Barcelona, and get off the usual tourist trail as you visit places popular with locals. Visit 4 different venues to sample authentic food from the regions of Spain. Meet your foodie guide to visit an historic bodega, and sample characteristic tapas and drinks from Spain and Catalonia. Then, experience the pintxos (small snacks) typical to Barcelona and the northern regions of Spain. Sample typical tapas of the Mediterranean at the 3rd venue, including fish, meat, and vegetable dishes at a local restaurant. Along the way, stroll down some of the most atmospheric streets of the city, and explore the gastronomy and culture of the Catalan capital.

Barcelona: Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, & Chocolate Tasting Tour

2. Barcelona: Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, & Chocolate Tasting Tour

Learn more about the rivalry between the three foremost architects of the Modernisme movement at the beginning of the 20th century, Gaudí, Puig i Cadafalch, and Domènech i Montaner. Discover two of the most famous buildings on Passeig de Gracia with your guide. This street was once known locally as the "Block of Discord", where a series of buildings represented the unique style of each of three architects.  First, benefit from skip-the-line access to Casa Batlló, a UNESCO World Heritage Site designed by famed architect Antonio Gaudí. Explore the Noble floor, museum, and the loft as you discover the architectural elegance of the building.  Then, visit one of the most exclusive chocolate boutiques in the city. Enjoy tasting some artisanal chocolate, before continuing the tour with a visit to La Pedrera - Casa Mila, designed by Gaudí. Skip the line at the entrance and enjoy a guided tour to the rooftop, where you can admire beautiful panoramic views of the entire city.

Barcelona: Gothic Quarter and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

3. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

From the convenient meeting point at the tourist information center in the Gothic heart of the city, start the tour with a coffee and a short briefing on Barcelona and the surrounding area before setting off. Then, visit the Cathedral and the Royal Palace, the Roman wall, and the medieval area of Barcelona, including the Jewish Quarter. End this portion of the tour with a visit to Santa Maria del Mar church and, after crossing the Plaça de Sant Jaume, reach one of the best-known streets of the city: La Rambla. Next, the Boqueria Market is a mandatory visit on your journey where the festival of flavors, colors, and smells come alive. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant and use this time to re-energize and discuss anything from Spanish gastronomy to taxation or Catalan identity. The lunch includes a sample of cherished local delicacies including Iberian sausage, cheese, ham, and local wine. After lunch, hop on the subway like a true Barcelonian and head downtown to Passeig de Gràcia where you can admire the most valuable modernist houses. The boulevard is the most elegant in the city where the most important families of the early 20th century commissioned the construction of their homes to the best architects of the time including, among others, Antonio Gaudí. From Passeig de Gràcia, just two metro stops away is La Sagrada Familia, the last stop of the tour. Here you will see the different parts of the building and the many examples of religious symbolism hidden in its unique facades. You are sure to be captivated by Gaudi’s incredible architectural style: the peculiar shape of the columns, ceilings, walls, and the organic architecture of the basilica.

Barcelona: Gaudí Highlights Tour by E-Bike

4. Barcelona: Gaudí Highlights Tour by E-Bike

Explore the Gaudi architecture of Barcelona on an electric bike that makes light work of the distances between each site. The 3.5-hour tour starts from in front of Barcelona’s medieval cathedral, where you will learn how to ride an electric bike and how to navigate the city. Your first stop will be Ciutadella Park, admire the ornamental waterfall, Gaudi’s first major project when he was still a student. Continue to the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona’s most famous building and a spectacular, unfinished, cathedral with distinct spires and façades. When you have finished exploring, your group will return to the Old City via Paseo de Gracia, where you expert guide will make sure you pause to take in the history and stunning exteriors of the Casa Batlló and Casa Milà, at the centre of the Famous La Manzana de la Discordia, a collection of buildings that are some of the world's best representations of the Modernist architectural period, with mosaic façades, ornamental balconies and bizarre chimneys.

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What people are saying about Casa Batlló

Thanks to Daniel, although I booked the tour in German and the whole thing was in English, it was a brilliant experience. These bars are better found than in any travel guide. What also surprised me was that all food and drinks were included. Thanks again to Daniel for putting up with my poor English for 4 hours. Top performance

The afternoon felt like we were with a good friend showing us around town. Amazing tapas and drinks. We learned alot about the history of the city as well as how food impacted history....excellent tour with Daniel. Aloha, Michelle and Clifford

Very pleasant, relaxed tour with a very nice and funny tour guide - a big "thank you" to Julia. Exploring Barcelona by bike is exciting and the information about history and architecture is very interesting.

André is a great guide. He knew an answer to every question. The different tapas and the tour were very good. We will be back.

Ein sehr gelungener, informative, genussreicher und unterhaltsamer Abend! Ich kann diese Tour wirklich jedem empfehlen!!!