Jewish Barcelona Tour
Jewish Presence in the El Call Neighborhood
Take Aways from the Jewish Barcelona Tour
FAQ About the Private Jewish Tour of Barcelona
We will enter the Major Synagogue—now a museum—during this itinerary, but we will not be able to visit any active synagogues on our tour.
The neighborhood of Montjuïc is not included on this tour, but will discuss its relevance in relation to Jewish history. If you have an interest in exploring Montjuïc with a Context guide, you can offer this on a custom tour basis.
We only offer the Jewish Tour of Barcelona as a private tour at this time.
Born in New York to an Ashkenazi Jewish family and raised in Buenos Aires, architect Dominique came to Barcelona in 1991 where she quickly became involved in a local Jewish congregation. The involvement had tremendous impact on her work and, since 1999, she has dedicated herself to Jewish Heritage protection and transmission. Dominique currently does research, advocacy, and gives lectures on the Jewish experience in Barcelona and greater Spain.
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