Barcelona Walking Tours
Catalunya Bus Turístic
Routes include a day in Colònia Güell and Montserrat (€70); Montserrat (€46); Girona and Figueres (€76); and a Penedès wine and cava ...
Plaça de Catalunya
The city's central transport hub, both for buses and trains, Plaça de Catalunya is also a favoured meeting point, being at the...
Font de Canaletes
The section of La Rambla north of Plaça de Catalunya is named after the Font de Canaletes, an inconspicuous turn-of-the-20th-century...
A grand old theatre with three storeys of boxes and a generous stage, the Tívoli has a fairly rapid turnover of drama and musicals, with...
Cervecería Taller de Tapas
Amid white stone walls and a beamed ceiling, this buzzing, easy-going place serves a broad selection of tapas as well as changing daily...
Plaça de Catalunya 17 · interesting places nearby
Barcelona Walking Tours information
The Oficina d'Informació de Turisme de Barcelona organises guided walking tours. One explores the Barri Gòtic (adult/child €16/free; in English 9.30am daily); another follows in Picasso's footsteps €22/7, in English 3pm Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) and winds up at the Museu Picasso; and a third takes in the main jewels of Modernisme €16/free, in English 6pm Wednesday and Friday).
Also offered is a gourmet tour of traditional purveyors of fine foodstuffs across the old city (€22/7, in English 10.30am Monday and Friday); it includes a couple of chances to taste some of the products.
There is a 10% discount on all tours if you book online.