Learn about the history of Barcelona's architecture on this eye-catching walking tour. See some of the most famous Modernist structures in this Spanish city and end with a famous tapa and drink.
Plaza Cataluña. In the corner of Rda. De Sant Pere and Passeig de Gracia, right in front of the Apple store. Your guide will be wearing Intrepid Urban Adventures Red sign.
Sant Pau Modernist Centre
The private tour is priced by a minimum group size of two travellers. A solo traveller may still book this private experience but will be charged the base rate for two travellers.
This tour can cater to vegetarians, vegans, gluten free customers. For any specific dietary request, we need to know 24 h before the tour start time. Please email us at email@example.com.
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Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity.
On this walking tour of Catalonian Barcelona, you'll explore one of the most livable cities in the world on foot with a local guide who knows all the best spots. Known for its sunny weather, pristine beaches, delicious Mediterranian cuisine and laidback lifestyle, Barcelona is also a haven for lovers of dynamic architecture and Modernist history. You'll explore the Modernist influence of famed architect Antoni Gaudi on this incredible city and learn about him, his life, his work and his predecessors. Starting in Plaza Catalunya, one of the biggest plazas in Spain, you'll first walk along the most iconic street of Barcelona, learning about the Passeig de Gracia district and mingling with the locals. See the famous food market and dip into Barcelona's bustling food culture, before seeing some local architectural jewels like Mercado El Nacional, Casa Amatller and Rambla de Gaudi. Learn what Modernism meant for Barcelona as you see the incredible Casa Batlló , maybe the most famous house in the city, and learn about Gaudi's life in Spain in the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Known as the greatest exponent of Catalan Modernism, his works have a highly individualised style, which you'll witness in his works throughout the city. See Casa Mila, known as La Pedrera for its rough unconventional aesthetic, and bask in the individuality of the last private residence designed by Gaudi. Hop on the metro as the locals do to Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's most well-known work and a city icon. Enter his universe as you walk the base of the largest unfinished Catholic church in the world and immerse yourself in history and local culture at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take it all in, take plenty of photos and then head to the leafy Rambla district for a relaxing stroll. Stop for a drink at a local, family-owned bar and because no tour of Barcelona would be complete without indulging in some local food, you'll also be treated to tapa. As you toast to your adventure, you'll come to realise why Spanish culture is so heavily focused on its food. End it all at the picturesque Hospital de San Pau, a beautiful example of Modernist architecture built between 1901 and 1930 by Lluis Domenech i Montaner. This is Barcelona!