The Gothic Quarter. The cradle of Barcelona. A district with more than 2000 years of history; once surrounded by majestic roman walls. It truly is a living, breathing museum of art and history, and one of the most dynamic districts of the city at the same time. + find out more
Barcelona was home to Pablo Picasso between 1895 and 1904. Here, the young artist studied and developed his immense talent. Our walking tour follows the steps of Picasso's life through the places where he lived, studied and worked, completing with a visit of the spectacular Picasso Museum. + find out more
Our tour starts from the incredible architecture of the Palau de la Musica Catalana, continues with a walk along Barcelona's most elegant boulevard, the Paseo de Gracia, and then finishes with a visit to the one-of-a-kind Montaner's masterpiece, the Hospital de San Pau. + find out more
A single day in Barcelona may seem too short for a proper visit, but well-planned, it may be enough to capture the city's mood and understand why thousands of people decide to settle down here, in the capital of Catalunya.
Our tour boldly goes to mind-blowing gems of Modernism bizarrely ignored by most Barcelona visitors.
It includes the Palau Güell "Gaudí's obscure early work", the Amattler house, Cadafalch's design marvel, and the most spectacular (and less-visited) of Barcelona's monuments: the Hospital de Sant Pau.
Montjuic, the magic hill of Barcelona, next to the city center and diving into the water of the Mediterranean sea.
It features fairy tale gardens, spectacular museums, castles, and hidden theaters. The extravagant "Pueblo Español", nineteenth-century factories converted to modern art spaces shouldn't be missed. + find out more
The district of Poblenou is the creative forge of Barcelona. Its wide warehouses and lofts are now home to world-class artists, designers, and creative minds.
Our tour runs through the highlights of this ultra-local and yet global neighborhood + find out more