Discover Barcelona’s Most Iconic Sights and Landmarks
Experience the Catalan capital to its fullest | © Prisma by Dukas Presseagentur GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo
With its narrow Gothic alleyways, Modernist masterpieces and sublime beaches, Barcelona is a city like no other. Culture Trip’s curated list of Barcelona tours will take you right to the beating heart of Catalonia’s historic capital.
Culturally rich and steeped in history, Barcelona is home to Roman remains, Medieval landmarks, 20th-century masterpieces and a serene coastline. Whether you fancy a go at cooking paella or want to walk in the footsteps of the likes of Gaudí and Miró, these tours will you help you get under the skin of the city and experience the Catalan capital to its fullest.
ClassPaella Cooking Experience With Professional Chef and Bottomless Wine
Join us in one of Barcelona's newest and trendiest cooking spaces: The Paella Club. Here you will feel at home while our Michelin star experienced chef personally guides you through the secret steps of crafting an authentic Paella. You'll be provided with your own cooking station and utensils, and the course will be a fully-immersive and dynamic experience.
ToursGothic Quarter’s Deepest Secrets and Sangria
Introduce yourself to Barcelona with a fascinating walking tour through the historic City Center where you will learn everything you need to know about Catalonian history, the Spanish civil war, culture, art, religion, politics , traditions…and a host of compelling Barcelonan secrets along the way!
This walking tour brings the medieval Gothic Quarter to life as you learn about Barcelona’s transcendental artists, culture, cuisine, personalities and history. During your primer on Barcelona, you will also hear of the city’s darkest secrets – secrets you won’t hear on any other tour.
We conclude our wonderful journey through Barcelona by relaxing and sharing refreshing complementary sangria in true Catalonian style. While we sip, your guide will share valuable recommendations on what to see, where to eat/drink and what you can’t miss during your unforgettable stay in Barcelona.
AdmissionBarcelona Casa Amatller Tour With Skip-the-Line Access
Enjoy a guided tour in English in this unique Modernist House Museum. Casa Amatller was designed by Puig i Cadafalch, one of the greatest modernist architects at the turn of the century. The residence of the Amatller family, chocolate makers, has been preserved since nowadays with its original furniture and decoration. Antoni Amatller, was an industrialist, photographer and art collector and his collections are still displayed in the apartment. Nowadays, Casa Museu Amatller is an art foundation so you will enjoy an extremely well preserved environment of the year 1900. Moreover, the visit finishes with a cup of chocolate in a special place.
AdmissionMuseu de la Xocolata Admission Ticket
Discover the cocoa and the secrets of chocolate with this admission ticket. A unique space where you can travel to the origins of this delicacy, know its process and admire the impressive works of the best pastry and chocolatier Masters of the Country.
AdmissionCasa Vicens (Gaudí’s first house). Direct Entry
Enjoy the opportunity to explore the First house of Gaudi while you are visiting Barcelona with this entrance ticket.
Located in the charismatic neighborhood of Gracia, Casa Vicens invites you to discover a young Gaudi without hurry.
Before your visit, we will welcome you and explain some background information and possible routes to tour Casa Vicens. On each storey, floor staff are available to help visitors and answer any questions they may have.
AdmissionJoan Miró Foundation Barcelona Skip-the-Line Admission Ticket
See the works of Spanish artist Joan Miró at the Fundació Joan Miró (Joan Miró Foundation) in Barcelona with this skip-the-line entrance ticket. The museum building is the result of the friendship between two extraordinary artists, Miró and the architect Josep Lluís Sert. As you admire the artwork, you'll be part of a space conceived by Miró with a desire to make art accessible to all—a place for participation and dialogue based on ideas and artistic disciplines.