Barcelona for Beginners

Barcelona 4:00

About the tour

Spain / Barcelona    Plaza Catalunya, in front of Cafe Zurich    4:00

The perfect experience for * FIRST TIME VISITORS *


Jana takes you on a 4 hours city discovery and shows you the city’s MUST SEE places in and around the old Gothic quarter, El Raval, and the Born district. 

The famous Las Ramblas is only a small part of this half day walk and you will enjoy more being away from the mainstream to see, feel, smell and taste the culture of this colorful city.

The focus in this 4 hours is to spend time in a new city without being stressed by mainstream tourism and to have the opportunity to discover the autenthic spirit of Barcelona. 

Of course you will not miss no one important city sight like the Roman Cathedral of Barcelona, the biggest food market La Boqueria, the impressive Palau de la Musica Catalana or the favourite neighborhood Picassos; El Borne.

"i want to make you feel like a local and show you places which are not that popular yet in order to give you a unique and individual experience and the best INSIDER tips for your stay"

There are many secret places to discover and stories which cannot be found in a common touristic guide, and if you prefer to discover Barcelona in a more individual and free way, you shouldnt miss this experience. Also because there are many surprises and little highlights included which are especially chosen for you, like the visit of the rooftop of Hotel Barcelo Raval with its 360 degree view over beautiful Barcelona.

The tour includes: a traditional catalan refreshment and a little snack, unique Rooftop View

Tour in 4 Languages: English, German, Swiss - German, Serbo - Croatian

Duration: 4 hours, private tour
Meeting Point: Plaza Catalunya in front of Cafe Zurich

Price per person: 
99€ ( kids under 7 FREE )

Tour availability

Monday - Saturday from 11am - 3pm or 4pm - 8pm


traditional catalan refreshment

little snack

Rooftop view

Jana as your guide

Tour pics
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Your guide

Jana Spaso

I'm in my 30's