Tour Through the Art Periods of Barcelona

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Key Details
3 hours
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Live Guide
Spanish, English, Polish
Wheelchair Accessible

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What You'll Do
  • Find the hidden temple, Emperor's road and aqueduct of the Roman times.
  • Feel the atmosphere of less-known temples.
  • Let yourself be seduced by flamboyant beauty of local Gothic, Reinassance and Art Nouveau styles.
  • See the traces on the city landscape left by genius artists like Dalí, Picasso and Gaudí.
On this tour, 2,000 years of art work is waiting to be discovered!
What to Expect
The tour starts at the pop art sculpture called "The Face of Barcelona", where the old town meets the sea. Then continue through fashionable district of Born where medieval past meets 1888 International Fairs facilities: Castle of 3 Dragons, Arc of Triumph and the Born Market.

Stroll along Carrer Montcada, decorated by Renaissance palaces, leading to the artistic hub, which is now the Picasso Museum. The route continues towards today's center of Catalan politics, at the Sant Jaume's square, where the government building is situated in front of the City Hall. Here Neoclassical and Renaissance facades wrap up Gothic treasures (halls, courtyards and chapels).

Just across Via Laietana, you'll encounter the Gothic quarter that was located within the Roman walls. You can also find some Jewish legacy; El Call, known under this name since the 12th Century, was the Jewish quarter in the medieval Barcelona. After their expulsion in 1492 their trace in the city fades away. The Jewish community contributed greatly to the commercial expansion of the city. However very little of the original quarter remains.
Leaving the medieval Gothic quarter, you'll head to La Rambla walkway and Placa Reial - upmarket areas in the XVIII century. This is where the real action, hustle and bustle of the city lies, and you'll also see works of talented Antonio Gaudi, like Palau Guell.
Placa Catalunya is at the top end of La Rambla, away from the beach, where is a hidden treasure of millenary Romanesque art in the Monastery and Church of Saint Anne. The tour ends at Placa Catalunya next to the contemporary monument by Subirach, dedicated to the politician Francesc Macia, defender of Catalan independence.
What's Included
  • Bilingual tour guide
What's Not Included
  • Meals and drinks
  • Tickets to museum
Meeting Point

Plaça d'Antonio López (At Correos's office, the corner Via Laietana and Passeig de Colom)

What to Remember
• Start time can be set by the customer

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