In this tour you have the opportunity to experience the best of Barcelona in a whole using each of your 5 senses. You will experience history, culture, art, exquisite Spanish gastronomy and the beauty of Flamenco music. Here, we see the splendor of art and Barcelona’s most stunning monuments. We hear the epic tales that make up the rich tapestry of Catalonian culture, politics, religion and traditions. We taste and smell Spain’s sumptuous cuisine . We feel the power of Flamenco music. This magical experience begins with a compelling walking tour where we discover the deepest and darkest secrets of the enigmatic Gothic Quarter, secrets you will never forget and would never find on a conventional tour. We travel through 2,000 years of history, from the ancient Roman ruins to Medieval traditions to the fascinating modern political and cultural underpinnings of the Catalonian Independence Movement and everything in between. Following the tour, we retreat to a magnificent seascape where we indulge our palates and hearts by enjoying exquisite Spanish paella , then we go to Barcelona’s most historic “Tablao.” where we will watch a breathless Flamenco performance .
My name is Juliana, an avid traveler who has dedicated my life to seeing the world, seeking out new experiences, and learning from different cultures. As a frequent traveler, I understand a travelers’ needs, which is why I have designed these unique tours for you to experience the best of the city in a very special way, getting the real essence of the Spanish culture as a local. Let me guide you on an unforgettable experience full of art, culture, history, gastronomic pleasures, and above all, lots of joy.
Paella and sangría Flamenco show
We will be walking to the following locations: Barcelona Cathedral; Barceloneta and the port; the Roman Walls; Saint Felipi Neri square; the Jewish Quarter; Roman cementery, Spain’s most prestigious art school where Picasso studied; George Orwell Square (Plaza Tripi); ancient Roman ruins; Government square (Plaza Saint Jaume); gothic church Santa Maria del Pi; Las Ramblas; and the monumental Royal Square.