The Gothic Quarter Tour

Discover the core of the city - the charming Gothic Quarter and the vibrant Rambla.

Day 1: The Gothic Quarter Tour

Catalonia Square

One of the main squares of Barcelona and a significant transportation hub. It is an ideal place for people watching.

Mercat de La Boqueria @ Thomas Schreuder

La Boqueria Market

This colorful market is one of the largest and most famous food markets in Europe.

La Rambla

This long pedestrian street is lined with cafés, bars, shops and souvenir stalls.

Gran Teatre del Liceu

One of the most beautiful buildings in Barcelona where many of the greatest singers perform.

Plaça Reial @ Martin Kucera

Plaça Reial

This collonaded square with palms is a popular meeting place. It's packed with both locals and tourists during the day and at night - there…

Church of Santa Maria del Pi

The church was built in the 14th century, probably on the site of a former Romanesque church.

Plaza del Pino

Stop by at this cozy little plaza and enjoy a cup of coffee next to a charming Gothic cathedral.

Carrer Petritxol

Walk down this narrow pedestrian street and marvel at the variety of small galleries, chocolateries and shops.

Plaça de Sant Felip Neri

Although this square is a bit hidden, it's worth looking for because of its mysterious atmosphere and the Baroque church standing there…

Cathedral of Santa Eulalia

Barcelona's main cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona and a lavish showcase of Gothic architecture - its high ceilings and…

Grand Royal Palace

Many important persons resided in this complex of three buildings, including the Kings of Aragon. It was built about ten centuries ago.

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