City visits of Barcelona

The districts of Barcelona

Barcelona is a city of incredible richness to visit. But before going to Gràcia, for example, a bohemian neighbourhood with its pedestrian streets and lively squares, we offer you a small selection of the most popular neighbourhoods among tourists. All these districts are in Barcelona city centre:


> The Gothic Quarter: the historic heart of Barcelona with its narrow streets, charming squares, Gothic churches and historic buildings.

> Ramblas: a large, lively avenue that connects the Plaza de Catalunya to the port of Barcelona, lined with stores, cafés and restaurants.

> La Barceloneta: an old fishermen's district located near the port of Barcelona, with a beautiful beach and many famous seafood restaurants.

> El Raval: a multicultural neighbourhood with lively nightlife, art galleries and the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA).

> L'Eixample: a middle-class neighbourhood with many modernist buildings, including the famous Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Gaudí's Sagrada Familia.


How to use the city visits and suggested itineraries of Barcelona?

Our visits and suggested itineraries of Barcelona are made such as you start from one point and arrived to another logically. 
Follow from one address to another and do not hesitate to stop by our best addresses like restaurants and shops, this is also part of discovering a city.

Check our page Barcelona tourist attractions or tours by locals Barcelona and have a good journey in Barcelona..  

  • How to visit L'Eixample in Barcelona?


    Visit the Eixample of Barcelona-  The Eixample district is one of the most famous districts of Barcelona, located in the city center of the Catalan capital, Spain. It is a large commercial and residential area. With its intersection of perpendicular avenues, it illustrates a new vision of the city...

  • Visit Las Ramblas in Barcelona

    Las Ramblas Barcelona

    Las Ramblas Barcelona. It is the busiest street in the city. It is divided into five sections: Rambla de Canaletes, Rambla dels Estudis - Rambla de Sant Josep - Rambla des Caputxins - Rambla de Santa Mónica. It is the meeting place for all the inhabitants of Barcelona. Stroll under the plane trees, admire the street artists, look at the living statues. A typical moment. 

  • Visit of the Barrio Gotico

    Gothic quarter Barcelona

    Tour of the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona city centre.

    Visit the Gothic Quarter, the "Barrio Gótico", the medieval centre of Barcelona. A real labyrinth! Around the Cathedral, get lost in the narrow streets. Discover the oldest antique shops, candle shops, umbrella shops, and other famous pastry shops. It is here, just a stone's throw away, that the most important historical events in the history of the Catalan capital were played out.

  • City visit of the El Born

    El Born Barcelona

    How to visit the El Born district in Barcelona? El Born is both very fashionable and very authentic. Violin makers, glass masters, boot makers and trendy designers live side by side. Don't hesitate to take a walk through the dark streets to breathe in the old Barcelona. Steeped in history and a witness to the commercial prosperity of the 13th century, El Born, together with the Barrio Gótico, forms Barcelona's historic old town.

  • Visit with us the Raval

    El Raval

    Visit El Raval in Barcelona. El Raval is a very diverse district and the most multicultural in Barcelona. It is known for its lively nightlife, contemporary art galleries, museums (including the MACBA - Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona), bars, restaurants and stores.

  • Barceloneta


    La Barceloneta is the "little Barcelona", the traditional neighborhood of sailors and fishermen. Today it is one of the most touristic areas of Barcelona with its beaches and its numerous outdoor activities, but also its fish restaurants, its trendy bars, its stores and many hotels.

  • Barcelona Port

    Barcelona Port

    How to visit the Port of Barcelona? In 1992, with the Olympic Games, Barcelona opened up to the sea and brought about urban changes. From then on, Barcelona's marina also included the cargo port and the cruise ship port. The America's Cup 2024 will also profoundly transform this area. A neighbourhood in constant change.

  • Visit with us the Montjuic


    How to visit Montjuïc in Barcelona? Montjuïc is a mountain in the city. A real breath of fresh air. From all sides, you have access to a magnificent view of Barcelona. Among the places to visit: the Montjuïc castle, the Palau Nacional, also known as MNAC, the Poble Espanyol, the Magic Fountain, the Olympic Stadium, the Palau Sant Jordi or the Joan Miró Foundation.


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Barcelona Hotels

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Whether you are looking for a family or a business stay or just for a weekend, we have selected for you the best hotels in the city to choose from. All categories at all prices. But also the bargains according to your travel dates. Have a good stay!

Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus tour

Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

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Discover city sightseeing at your own pace with our selection of Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour tickets. An extraordinary and economic way to make the first connection with main tourist attractions.

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Hola Barcelona Public Transport Card

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Enjoy unlimited access from 48 to 120 hours to Barcelona's public transport: Metro, bus (TMB), urban railway (FGC, Zone 1), Montjuïc funicular, tram (TRAM), regional railway (Rodalies de Cataluny) + 1 round trip from the airport to the city center. Only excluding NitBus, Aerobus & hop-on hop-off.

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The "City Pass Barcelona" our best selling pass!
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> Hop-on Hop-off 24 or 48 hours or Casa Batlló or Casa Milà
> 10% discount on other tours
> Audioguide of Barcelona

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  1. just great city - melch (18 Mar 2023 - 11:52)

    An exceptional city, clean and beautiful. dynamic. Lots of things to see and do. fantastic Barrio Gotico.
    I loved the atmosphere!

  2. Barcelona theft - Two cents (21 Apr 2013 - 09:45)

    Beautiful city but theft is incredibly rampant. Friends were checking into the Ritz Carlton Hotel: husband at counter, wife waiting with luggage, check-in clerk needs to see passports, wife brings passports to counter and returns to luggage but carry-on bags were gone! Thief was caught but luggage was not found or returned. We heard many stories of people in our group being robbed and we were only there a few days.

  3. Benito Hermandad Martinez - [email protected] (20 Feb 2013 - 08:15)

    Buenos dias, necesito un guia para el 22 de Mayo en Barcelona, el día completo.
    Para un grupo de 30 Alumnos y tres profesores.
    Un saludo Benito.

  4. chaussures brodées - Veronica (10 Nov 2012 - 10:30)

    Dans le Borne derrière le Fossar de les Moreras c'est un magasin de chaussures et bottes brodées ceux ci sont incroyable! www.zapatosdediseñ mérite une visite

  5. Las ramblas - Chrischou (28 Aug 2012 - 21:00)

    attention a la rambla , le soir , ma fille et moi avons voulu boire un verre , pas de carte , on commandevune sangria et une biere , ils nous apportent chacune un litre de chaque ...!... Nousnprotestons en disant que c'est trop , ils fontvsemblantvde ne pas nous entendre ! Au moment de payer , ils nous demandent 40 euros !.. Nous refusons tout net , ils coupentbla poire en deux 20 euros pour ces deux litres , bandes d'escrocs , alors renseignez vous bien des prix avant de consommer !

  6. raval or el born to stay? - question (16 Jun 2012 - 10:00)

    I have to find an hotel in Barcelona. What is more simple and cool to be: in the Raval area or in El Born? Any idea?

  7. Disappointment - Albert Islami - Prishtina, Kosovo (3 Jun 2012 - 10:45)

    Unexpected unpleasant surprise
    I had heard and read so much good things about Barcelona, but I was so much surprised last night (02.06.2012) when, after having landed, I went to take taxi to DOLCE SITGES HOTEL (built in 2004). First, none of the taxi drivers at the front of the row, spoke English (not mentioning German, French, Italian, etc.). I showed the reservation and one of them confirmed he would take us to our hotel. Of course, apart from his mother tongue, he did not speak another language. When he asked at the toll station where HOTEL DOLCE SHOULD BE, we were terrified (it was 23.20). As we knew he would not understand us, we stayed calm. He took us to a hotel named "MELIA", although he had our reservation on his right side seat. As we reacted, he then continued asking other people and, among others, another taxi driver who just approached our cab. He explained to him where DOLCE should be and then, about 10 min. later we arrived. The final surprise was the price. The taximeter showed a price of 56 EUR, but he said in Spanish (which we understand) we have to pay 73 EUR. So, although you may be very tired after landing in Barcelona or you want to get to your hotel as quickly as possible, DO NOT HIRE A TAXI AT THE AIRPORT BEFORE YOU FIND ONE WHO SPEAKS AT LEAST ENGLISH AND KNOWS WHERE YOUR HOTEL IS.

  8. asesora comercial - maria chavez (5 Dec 2011 - 16:00)

    necesito saber de la feria de barcelona para exposicion de markentig -ventas , promocionar servicios de prevision para la familias de emigrantes ecuatrianos compania campo ecuador parque de la paz.

  9. il faut visiter el Born - à barcelone (15 Aug 2011 - 11:00)

    il faut visiter el Born bien évidement en premier puis les autres quartiers et toutes les œuvres de Gaudi.

  10. Le vieux Barcelone , la Sagrada familia ,la Rambla et les petits restos - Denis Bounoure (24 Jul 2011 - 12:31)

    En arrivant à Barcelone , on est frappé par l'immensité de la ville,sa propreté et par la gentillesse naturelle des Espagnols à comparer avec la suffisance des Français. La cathédrale, la basilique Santa Maria del Mar (à rapprocher du livre d'Ilfonso Falcones ) et le vieux centre sont majestueux . Non loin au Nord-Ouest la Sagrada familia étonne par son style Art-Déco né de ''l'imagination' de Gaudi sans parler du palais Gaueïl à deux pas de la grouillante et pétulante Rambla qu'il fait si bon le soir de retrouver après avoir flané le lond du centre ville . Barcelone contraste avec nombre de villes françaises par sa langueur, son calme et sa force tranquille , peut-être renforcés par la présence de la mer et les belles plages accessibles facilement par ... métro ! Et les petits restos (les tapas!!) sont excellents et à des prix très doux : messieurs les Français , prenez-en de la graine ! Arriba Espana !!

  11. visite de barcelones - francois b (28 Jun 2011 - 14:15)

    ville a voir absolument dans sa vie ,magnifique tres riche culturellement,a faire a pieds, en bus touristique pour les anciens sur deux jours car deux circuits tres bon rapport qualite prix petit decallage horaire pour les repas mais on si fait,par contre mesdames messieurs pas de colliers,chaines montres boucles d oreilles,tous ce qui est apparent dans les poches meme en voiture car malheureusement pour les 99 pour cent de barcelonais sympas,aimables courtois et rendant de service il y a 1 pour cent de voleurs comme dans toute grande ville qui pourissent l atmosphere.Attention les voles a l arraches en vtt dans les bas quartiers tres frequents malgres la foule pickpochets ect...En ayant eu l experience nous ne regrettons pas notre sejour de 5 jours musees exeptionels

  12. visitare prioritariamente - mi (10 Jun 2011 - 12:15)

    da visitare prioritariamente, per me, il quartiere del Barrio Gotico a Barcellona

  13. warrning - daniel-26.5.11 (27 May 2011 - 11:47)

    Beware all arriving to Barcelona
    something that happened to me and another .A new method to steal your money
    couple last week after we finnish to eat in restaurant neer the marina in marina ave
    his is the methodT:
    where is the way to some famous placea young man looks like a student ask you
    ,and suddenly two mens appears well dress with costume
    and says that they are a secret police and showwing you a badge of policeman
    and want to check hashis and kokainduring saying that they looking for buyying
    S IF WE BUY and while they smelling wallet and asking if the is not fake the U
    after ,money sayying that they are sorry but this job to check us after they release us
    they go I check my
    leftwallet and found that the big money of 50 and 100 disappear and only the 5,10,20

  14. quartier Gothique en 1er - tourisme (30 Apr 2011 - 11:00)

    Il faut surtout s'immerger dans le quartier Gothique, c'est là qu'on comprend le mieux Barcelone..

  15. reve - zaz (28 Mar 2011 - 09:15)

    Moi je suis tomber amoureuse de cette ville !!!! chaque année ji retourne tellement jai aimer!! l'ambiance chaleureuse qui a la bas ! la plage avec les chinoise masseuse lol

  16. il faut visiter L'Eixample - à voir (15 Mar 2011 - 09:15)

    moi à Barcelone j'ai été épaté par L'Eixample avec tous les bâtiments Gaudi, en plein dans le centre en plus.. idéal aussi pour voir les plus beaux magasins de la ville.

  17. Alegria de vivir - [email protected] (13 Feb 2011 - 09:45)

    Visitar Barcelona es hacer la experiencia de ser invadida por la alegria de vivir que se desprende de este enclave de otras dimensiones... muy lejos del penar de este mundo dominado por un sistema social injusto y cada vez màs opresivo...
    Hablo como turista. Viviendo ahi... ya no puedo saber.

  18. la ramblas - luciana (1 Feb 2011 - 10:30)

    la ramblas è una via ricca di gioia e vivacità che ti sorprenderanno al tuo arrivo!

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