(incl. local tapas lunch & vino)


From history and culture to food and wine, this tour will equip you with all of the knowledge of a local so that you can make the most of your stay-all while savouring the unmissable sites of the Catalan Capital.

Summary: Tour of La Boqueria food market, outdoor visits to the main sites of Barcelona, finishing at a local tavern close to Sagrada Familia for local tapas

Tour size: Private

Times: Mon-Sat 09h00 (subject to availability)

Duration: 3.5hours

What's included:

  • Passionate local tour guide- fluent in Spanish and active in local culture.

  • Market visit of the famous La Boqueria

  • Visits outside the key Gaudí buildings – Casa Batlló, Pedrera, Sagrada Familia

  • Other sites: La Rambla, The Cathedral of Barcelona, Passeig de Gracia, Plaza Real, Santa María del Pí church, Roman Ruins, works by Miró and Picasso.

  • Private consultation of clients interests, and according recommendations, ie best shopping, restaurants, events etc.

  • A window into Barcelonain culture - local food, traditions, history, people.

  • Local drink and tapas at authentic tavern

What do we do exactly?

Watch the city of Barcelona wake up as you start this morning tour in the magical old city. Your first point of interest being La Boqueria Market, all of the colours, smells and hustle and bustle as the market comes alive. Next, you’ll pass by the famous Rambla avenue, described by Lorca as the one street I just wish would never end. Pass into the Gothic Quarter’s winding alleyways and marvel at the ancient architecture from times past. After checking out the impactful Cathedral of Barcelona, (warming you up to see the magnificent Sagrada Familia later) head along the city’s Oxford street or Champs Elysees, the elegant Passeig de Gracia- full of local and international shops great both for shopping and window shopping. Along this street, you will discover two of Barcelona’s most emblematic buildings- Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, Gaudí masterpieces, and get into the head of the mad genius and why he was called the Architect of God. After this, you’ll jump into the city’s underground system and have a crash course in how to navigate it as you head full speed ahead to the highlight of the trip, the fantastical Sagrada Familia church. Prepare to be blown away as you find out the stories and secrets of this contemporary Wonder of the World.

All this wandering and wondering will have you hungry so it's just about time to pop into a local tavern for some Spanish vino and tapas. A perfect break before entering into La Sagrada Familia, (optional). All along the way, the guide will take the time to find out your interests and desires and facilitate your satisfying them. They will equip you with all of the knowledge of a local so as to make the most of your stay.