3. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Guided Tour with Flamenco & Tapas
Get ready to discover one of the most historic neighbourhoods in Barcelona: the Gothic Quarter, accompanied by a local guide. The evening light also provides it with a magical feeling that makes it even nicer than during the day. Don't miss a chance to soak all the history behind this stones with a guide speaking the language of your choice: English, Chinese, Japanese or Korean. During the tour you will visit the most beautiful places in the Gothic Quarter, such as: Plaça del Rei surrounded by Gothic and Renaissance buildings, Plaça Sant Felip Neri, Plaça Sant Jaume, the seat of institutional and political power, among others. Undoubtedly those places will amaze you. Moreover, in the evening, this 2,000-year-old quarter is much quieter, and there are usually guitarists playing on every corner. After the tour, you will take a break at Los Tarantos, the oldest tablao in town. Whilst there, enjoy a live show as you feel the vibe of a genuine Flamenco performance while enjoying a drink included. Flamenco is one of those memories that you're bound to take home from your trip to Spain, and this is one of the most unique places in Barcelona to enjoy it. Listen to the zapateo, look at the colourful dresses, and hear the sweet notes of Spanish guitars. Finally, take a seat at the unique Plaça Reial and enjoy a complete tapas dinner with all the musts: Iberian ham croquettes, calamari, patatas bravas, and more. All, surrounded by the fascinating arcades and the Gaudí-designed street lamps that make this Plaça an unstoppable stop during your stay in Barcelona.