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GRÀCIA NEIGHBORHOOD WALKING TOUR

Old village on the outskirts of Barcelona, today in Gràcia the own flavor of its old streets and squares are mixed with a bohemian ambiance. The longtime neighbors and new residents coexist harmoniously, creating a curious image that makes the district the most lively and popular of Barcelona.

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Old village on the outskirts of Barcelona, today in Gràcia the own flavor of its old streets and squares are mixed with a bohemian ambiance. The longtime neighbors and new residents coexist harmoniously, creating a curious image that makes the district the most lively and popular of Barcelona.

We are the only agency that offer this new tour and on top we’re a catalan company that’s be careful for the local patrimony and their people, so in our tour you’ll be in contact with the real ambient of the bohemian Barcelona. You’ll visit important history points like Casa Vicens that it was Gaudi’s first important work.

Choose this walking tour in Gràcia Neighborhood and breathe the vibrant atmosphere of its streets and the quiet of their most traditional squares, discovering curious and interesting aspects and facts of local history and culture. Markets, artists, traditions, local way of life, etc. of Barcelona’s people.

The tour ends in the highest, at the entrance of the wonderful Park Güell by Antoni Gaudi. From this point you will enjoy a unique and different perspective of the Barcelona skyline.

Tour Highlights

  • Plaça de la Revolució de Setembre 1868 celebrating the dethronement of Isabel II and the start of the “6 years of democracy” (1868-1874) before the Bourbons came to power again in 1874.
  • Plaça del Raspall with its traditional “bodega” (cellar) E. Marin and its wines in barrels where you can enjoy some local tapas & trendy vermut!!
  • Casa Vicens is a family residence designed by Antoni Gaudí and built for industrialist Manuel Vicens. It’s part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.
  • Carrer Verdi one of Gràcia’s busiest streets, with great bars and restaurants: an eclectic mix of eating and drinking options, small boutiques and possibly the best independent cinema of the city, Cine Verdi.
  • Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia with the very tall clock tower by architect Antoni Rovira i Trias and the light blue modernist-style town hall.

Tour Duration: 3 hours

Group: Max.8 persons

Includes
  • Professional Guide
Where?

Barcelona


Available all the year, not 25-26 December, 1st January

GRÀCIA NEIGHBORHOOD WALKING TOUR

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