The jazz scene is very lively in Barcelona thanks to festivals such as the Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival of Barcelona which this year is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
24 September is an important date in Barcelona’s calendar. It is the city’s Festa Major with festivities in honor of its patron saint, the Verge de la Mercè (the Virgin of Mercy) . The streets of the city fill up with Barcelonans and visitors alike, all soaking up the atmosphere and taking part in a multitude …
“That is where is all started… That is where I understood how far a person could go”. This statement by Picasso about Barcelona could make a good starting point for Barcelona Walking Tours Picasso.
Catalan Modernism gave rise to the Golden Quarter of Barcelona’s Eixample district. Its originality is evident in the imaginative and colorful facades. All you need to do walk out onto the street to be able to appreciate this unique panorama.
When you walk through the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona the stones speak to you. They speak of a rich historical past with remains from Roman, medieval and Modernist times and many architectural details that are easily missed at first glance.
Come and immerse yourself in the seafaring world of the Barceloneta. This tour of the fisherman’s wharf will better acquaint you with the traditional work of the men of the sea, and you will learn how the fish arrives on your plate every day.*
The Barcelona Aquarium offers a unique and exciting experience: being submerged in a cage with sharks. This activity will allow you to meet these magnificent animals face to face. They are not as bad as they are made out to be.*