- Gothic Quarter
- Sagrada Familia
- Plaza Nova
- Gothic Cathedral
- El Call
- El Born
- La Boqueria
- Las Ramblas
- 6 hours with a PhD or MA-level guide
- Skip-the-line tickets into the Sagrada Familia
Our path will take us to a local Spanish favorite, La Boqueria market, where we will try a local snack or Spanish delicacy while our expert guide explains what we are seeing, smelling, and tasting. Leaving the market buzz behind us, we will stroll along the leafy green La Rambla (the Ramblas), a main artery through Barcelona. We’ll use this thoroughfare to examine how modern development reshaped the city in the 18th and 19th centuries.
For young children (ages 3-12) we recommend our shorter Gaudí for Kids tour, which is led by experts specially trained in educating children.
Yes. We will have an in-depth visit to both the interior and exterior of Gaudí's incredible masterpiece and provide skip-the-line tickets.
Alex Rodriguez Suarez is a native of Barcelona, where he read history at the Universitat Autonoma. In 2006 he obtained his guiding license and began leading tours at the Palau Montaner and the Hospital of St Pau. In 2014 he completed his Ph.D. in Byzantine history at King's College London. During his time in London, Alex also led tours for Context at the National Portrait Gallery and the British Museum. He has also studied in Greece and conducted research in Turkey. His interests include art and architecture and he loves visiting archaeological sites all over the world.
Guille is a cultural guide and lecturer. He was born in Menorca and educated in Mallorca and Barcelona. He holds a degree in Tourism Management, a degree in Humanities and a Masters in Cultural Communication. He's a licensed tour guide of Catalonia & Barcelona, where he's been working since 1997. He gives regular talks and presentations on the world of Gaudí, the history of Catalonia and Barcelona and the Picasso universe. He previously worked as a travel agent and tour leader overseas. Thanks to his ample experience in the tourism industry, he also works as a trainer in communication skills for other tour guides. He's fluent in English, French, Italian and bilingual Catalan and Spanish. His personal interests are digital gadgets and swing dance.
Cayetano has been working in the tourist industry in Barcelona for nearly 20 years now and as a freelance tour guide for around 5. He has an undergraduate degree in Art History as well as postgraduate studies in leisure and hospitality management.
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