Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art Meet the locals

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Barcelona 3-h Bike Tour and optional lunch at Hard Rock Cafe

1. Barcelona 3-h Bike Tour and optional lunch at Hard Rock Cafe

Explore Barcelona by bike with a team of guides that will fill you in on its historic background, and tell you about everyday life in the energetic city. You will see many of its main landmarks on the relaxing 3-hour tour, giving you an overview of the rich culture and diversity of the modern city. Departing from the central Plaça de Catalunya, you will head down the city’s narrow streets using bike lanes and pedestrianized roads, visiting attractions such as the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), Rambla del Raval, Plaça Reial, Plaça Sant Jaume, Barcelona City Hall, Plaça Sant Felip Neri, Cathedral, and the Roman Walls. You will head down to the beaches of Port Vell and Barceloneta, see the Olympic Marina and Olympic Village, and cycle through the greenery of Ciutadella Park. You will also take in some of the sights of the L’Eixample with its wide Modernist streets and buildings, such as the Sagrada Família, Passeig de Gracia, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà and Plaça de Catalunya. You can then opt to end the tour with a lively lunch at the Hard Rock Café on Plaça de Catalunya should you desire.

Alternative Barcelona - Raval Quarter Private Walking Tour

2. Alternative Barcelona - Raval Quarter Private Walking Tour

Feel how is a local’s day in Barcelona in this Private Tour. Walk through the most authentic spots of the city with your local guide and look how locals live off the touristic mass. Walk through the colorful streets of the most multicultural neighborhood of Barcelona: Raval Quarter, Admire the Palau Güell, the first Gaudi’s great work. Feel the bohemian epoque in one of the oldest bars of Barcelona, night shelter of Dali, Picasso, Hemingway, and many other artists. A lot of little passages full of stories are waiting for you. Walk around the beautiful gardens of the Hospital Santa Creu, where Gaudi died. See the main exponent of graffiti and Street Art in Barcelona. Respire all the artistic mood of the quarter. The next district is Sant Antoni, a lively neighborhood full of terraces where locals go to relax in the evenings. Visit the recently restored Sant Antoni Market, one of the most beautiful of the city, originally at the gates of the medieval walled Barcelona. Let’s take a break in Poble Sec, another local’s favorite district, full of bars in the streets. Enjoy a Pintxo & a glass of wine in a relaxed atmosphere where locals go after work. Last stop. Rambla de Raval, the youngest Rambla of the city. An open area in the heart of the quarter that provides a bit of fresh air at the beautiful and labyrinthine quarter. Step away from the tourist road and enjoy Barcelona like a Local, fully private, just you and your guide!

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What people are saying about Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 7 reviews

I’m incredibly happy that I had the perfect guide for me in Barcelona. She was extremely knowledgeable down to the small details. My guide knew all the back streets shortcuts restaurants churches architecture that your beautiful city had to offer

Very nice and competent guide. Flexible if we have expressed our own wishes.

Wonderful way to explore the city and get information on the first day

Highly recommended as a first impression! Also numerous insider tips.

Fantastic guide Catharina gave us an experience of a lifetime