Barcelona is considered by many to be the most exciting and vibrant city in Europe. It has also reclaimed its place in history as a centre of art and architecture. You might begin at the Plaça de Catalunya. The plaza marks the start of the Passeig de Gràcia: the most stylish street in Barcelona, lined with boutique shops and art galleries.
You will continue to the Ramblas, Barcelona’s historic promenade. Here you will see outdoor cafes, flower stands, exotic birds and equally colourful street performers. Just off the Ramblas, you will find orderly rows of vegetables, fragrant fresh herbs, various Spanish cheeses, and candy at La Boqueria, Barcelona’s market—considered to be one of the best markets in the world.
The price is for the whole group.