20 Euro adults and teens (15 -99)
15 Euro for children (4-14)
Free for little children (0-3)
Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 10 am or 6 pm
Included in the price:
Tourguide, Headsets (if needed) to hear the guide
"Our guide was really cool. Very knowledgeable of the street, its history, etc. We took our time up La Ramblas and it was very enjoyable. Guide was Barcelona native that speaks really good English, so no issues with that. Would do again and highly recommend :)" GetYourGuide-customer from USA, March 29th, 2014
Explore Barcelona’s Las Ramblas! Once used by Barcelonas high society for Sunday walks, the Rambla is now the most visited spot in Barcelona with 8 million visitors per year.
The Rambla is an assembly of five little Ramblas, and for that reason they are called and known as "Las Ramblas." Every part displays their typical features: you will find human statues, exotic florists and mounds of fresh produce at La Boqueria Market - the oldest market of the city.
Try it for yourself!
The booking process
I did a test booking of the Ramblas tour via Get your guide. It was an easy process. You click on your preferred day and hour, fill out some information about yourself, and then check out.
You will get the confirmation and voucher very quick. You even get a reminder one day before the tour!
The meeting point was the entrance/exit of the metro station "Drassanes." Because of some construction work inside the metro, I got lost for a second, but the guide had a folder with the tour-name so she was easy to recognize!
Although I am living in Barcelona, Inma showed and told me a lot of new information about the Rambla and the neighborhoods of Raval and Gotico! It was a really entertaining morning on the Ramblas. We started at the metro station Drassanes. After some introductory information about Barcelona, we talked about the Columbus-statue and the different Museums in this corner (like Museum Maritim and the wax museum). By walking up the Rambla slowly, Inma explained how the town was built – including some historic background on the Raval and Barrio Gotico. We stopped at Palau Güell and Placa Reial - both very impressive places! After that, we visited the "Boqueria" - the oldest Market in Barcelona, and we ended the tour at Plaza Catalunya.
The 1.5 hours with Inma were very entertaining. If you want to get to know the Ramblas better and some information about the districts of Raval and Gotico, I highly recommend this tour.
14 Euros for adults and teens (14-99)
(not recommended for children younger than 14)
Duration: 2 hours
Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9 pm
Included in the price: Tourguide
"Having been on multiple tours ov the past fortnight, I found this one stood out positively in the following ways:
- on foot.....not traffic jams
- in the evening.....with much more pleasant temperature than during the summer day
- guide told stories well and used props and methods to engage the group well" GetYourGuidecustomer from Australia, June 17th, 2014
This special tour will take you on a nightwalk throughout the Born District of Barcelona! The dark history of this beautiful city will surprise you. There will be no paranormal activities or scary parts, but you will see what a walk through this picturesque neighborhood will offer. Stories about tortures, executions, and victims of the Spanish Inquisition - all true historical facts!
If you want to discover this dark side of Barcelona, you have to take this tour!
Take an audioguide and discover Camp Nou Stadium! In the museum, you will discover the history of the famous FC Barcelona Club: golden shoes and balls, tricots of famous players and trophies.
After this, the audioguide will guide you through different rooms – you’ll get a look behind the scenes of the club, like the changing room of the opposing teams or the pressroom. Besides this, you will get to see the playing field and will feel firsthand the atmosphere of this enormous football stadium!
Skip the lines and take an audioguide into Camp Nou!
Football, a big stadium and the history of the FC Barcelona! This is what you get! So if you are interested in Football - this is the right tour for you!
If you are not that interested in football, it still can be a nice tour, but then I would say too expensive. 23 Euro is a lot of money for a museum and behind the scenes tour.
With buying the ticket in advance - you can skip the lines. In summer this is totally worth it! And you'll get your Audioguide-system inside.
Starting point is the FC Barcelona museum, where you'll see the clubs history from the beginning on. Old football boots, tricots and all sorts of golden and silver cups are exhibited.
After the museum you will go your way behind the scenes: you will see the dressing room of the opposing teams, the press room and then you'll go down to the grass of the stadium! This is really a great experience! Imagine all the people sitting and screaming here while the players are entering the stadium right through this gate! Amazing!
After this you will get to a media-room - which is kind of nice - and see the video-documentation of the Club.
I can imagine that this visit is awesome for football-fans. And for others it can be kind of interesting to see the inside of an stadium :)
The Montjuic is a hill in the heart of Barcelona. It is home to different touristic spots like the MNAC-Museum, Miro-Museum, the Castell of Montjuic, Botanic Garden and the Olympic stadium. And from the top of the hill, you will have a great view over Barcelona!
The tour will start at Placa Espanya and will give you a historic introduction of the Montjuic and its different usages. You will go up the hill, passing different Museums and spots. And, as a reward, you will experience a beautiful -almost 360°- view over Barcelona!
Enjoy the magnificent views over Barcelona!
35 Euro for adults and teens (13-99) - Save 20 - 50%!
17,50 Euro for children (4-13)
Free for little children (0-3)
Duration: 3 hours, 30 minutes
Saturdays at 9.30 am
Included in the tour:
Tourguide, Transportation, Entrance tickets to Sant Pau and Laberint d’Horta
Get on a tour and have a unique village atmosphere in the heart of Barcelona. Horta-Guinardó boasts its own character, mainly due to the existence of the Vila d’Horta, an independent town until the 20th century.
You will see Sant Pau - the Modernista hospital of architect Lluís Domènech i Muntaner. It was designed in 1902 as the city expanded.
Continue to Parc del Laberint. Originally the park was a private garden, designed in 1792 as an example of artistic gardening. It is full of romantic and Neo-classical details but the most outstanding feature is a maze created from pollarded cypress trees.
Next, go to Vall d’Hebron to see an example on how the Olympic Games were integrated in the city.
Go to the Placa Eivissa of Vila d’Horta to see how a central neighborhood has maintained the character of an indpendent town. Take a look at the historic cafés and the local market.
A unique tour to see the real and local Barcelona!
15 Euro for childrens (3-12)
free for little childrens (0-2)
Duration: 3 hours, 30 minutes
Fridays at 9.30 am
Included in the price:
Tourguide, Transportation, Refreshments at Hotel Silken
Explore the dynamic Sant Martí district of Barcelona! This once industrial area in the heart of the city has been transformed for the 21st century!
The Olympic Village, built for the 1992 Olympic Games was constructed to house 15,000 athletes during the games, the village faces the Olympic Port, home to Barcelona’s 2 tallest buildings (Hotel Arts and Mapfre Tower). Marvel at the giant copper sculture of a fish between them.
Next you will explore the Zona Fòrum and continue to 22@ Barcelona - The old industrial land of Poblenou has been converted into a compact city, where innovative research, training and technology companies co-exist.
At Plaça de les Glòries, experience where the main roads of the Avinguda Diagonal, Meridiana, and Gran Via all meet, and take a look at the changes which are now in full flood! The Torre Agbar and the Disseny Hub Barcelona are two outstanding buildings here! Stop for a refreshment at the Hotel Silkon, and enjoy the panoramic views from its terrace.
Go to Mercat dels Encants, to see how the 14th century market (one of the oldest in Europe) maintains Barcelona's reputation for commercial dynamism in the modern era. Its new location features a large deck that shades the market, while preserving the feeling of an outdoor area.
Barcelona is changing and modernizes itself!