Most of the "big" and most famous attractions can be visited easily in Barcelona, i.e. La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Plaza de España, the beach etc. However, the narrow, dark and almost-identical alleys of the old part of the city can be a bit tricky. It took me a while to be able to navigate them. So, spare yourself the frustration and maps, and let me be your guide. Here are the main sights you would see: El Raval Neighborhood: - Palau Güell (Gaudi) - Boqueria Market El Gótico Neighborhood - Plaça Reial - Plaça de Sant Jaume - The Cathedral - And some other nooks and crannies of el Gótico El Borne - Palau de la musica Catalana - Drink and a pintxo (if we're hungry) - Arc de triomf
Prefered Meeting Point: Drassanes Metro station (La Rambla)
Prefered Meeting Time: Can be negotiated, I am relatively flexible at the moment
Is suitable for:
The price includes:
HOW IT WORKS
1. Ask his/her availability for the tour date.
2. You'll be notified via e-mail once he/she confirms.
3. Make the payment online to complete the booking.