Barcelona walk: 13 Self-Guided Walking Tours in Barcelona + Create Your Own Walk

A Barcelona Self-Guided Walking Tour

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Barcelona, Spain has an amazing history and the city is packed with iconic sights. The best way to experience the Catalonian Capital is to set off on foot on a Barcelona Walking Tour. 

Many of the city’s top attractions are clustered around the Barcelona Old Town – which is the best place to start exploring. Travelers can opt to join one of the Barcelona Guided Tours or plan to venture out and discover on their own with our DIY Free Barcelona Tour.

Our easy-to-follow Free Self-Guided Barcelona Walking Tour includes the best sights in the Old Town. Seeing these sights is a must for your Barcelona Itinerary – so lace up your travel shoes and follow in our footsteps for a fantastic introduction to Barcelona!


Self Guided Old Town Barcelona Walking Tour FREE

Our Barcelona Self-Guided Walking Tour is ideal for visitors who like to discover sights at their own pace. We include information about each attraction – as well as a map link so that you can easily find your way. At the end of the article, we include a complete Barcelona tour map that plots all of the attractions on the route. 

The route of our Barcelona free walking tour loops through the metropolis, passing sights like Las Ramblas, the vibrant waterfront, Barceloneta beaches, the city’s greenest park, historic Barcelona neighborhoods and the most famous Barcelona attractions. 


Guided Walking Tours Barcelona

We think our DIY Barcelona tour is the best way to see the city. However, if you would rather a guide lead the way to the sights, we offer recommendations on the top rated walking tours in Barcelona at the end of the article.


Tips For Exploring Barcelona on Foot

Before we get started, we have a few tips for your Barcelona, Spain walk! 


Barcelona Tourist Map

As we already mentioned, we provide a Barcelona Attractions Map at the end of the post that includes all the highlights of our tour. Additionally, we include a helpful link to Google Maps with walking directions.

However, to follow along online, a WiFi connection is necessary. Foreign visitors can use a Mobile WiFi device, like GlocalMe for internet access (which can be cheaper for families and groups of friends than adjusting individual phone plans to include international data). 

Travelers who prefer paper maps can buy one online (like this one) or pick up a Barcelona tourist map from the Tourist Information Center. 


Self-Guided Walking Tour Barcelona Details

Our Self-Guided Walking Tour of Barcelona covers 5+miles. The entire route can be (ambitiously) completed in about 2 hours. But, that won’t leave much time for stops, photos or detours. Unless you are short on time, we recommend slowing down and taking an entire day to enjoy the Barcelona sights. 


Barcelona Detours and Suggestions

Walking around Barcelona, Spain, you can be easily distracted by architecture, hidden lanes and old churches. While we think our outlined tour is one of the best walks in Barcelona, there is plenty of room for wandering! Use this as a guide, but create your own walking routes in Barcelona to experience the city as it suits you!

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15 Barcelona Self-Guided Walking Tour Sights

Let’s get started on our Walk Through Barcelona! Remember to refer to the Barcelona Walking Tour Map below for walking directions.


#1 Placa de Catalunya

{MAP} The starting point for our Best Walking Tour Barcelona is Placa de Catalunya – or Catalonia Square. It is a vast square located on the north end of the Barcelona Old Town. In the square are fountains and statues – and it’s central location is the ideal place to start your Barcelona exploration!


#2 Las Ramblas

{MAP} The most famous street in Barcelona is Las Ramblas. What was once a drainage ditch is now a wide, pedestrian path – and the most well-traveled street in the city. Strolling the length of Las Ramblas is a must on your Barcelona Self Guided Walking Tour. 

Newsstands, flower shops and street artists line the length of The Ramblas. Extending from Placa de Catalunya to the Waterfront, strolling down Las Ramblas is a must for Barcelona visitors! Detour off the main strip to discover small squares and quaint streets.


#3 Placa Vila de Madrid

{MAP} The next stop on our free tour of Barcelona is the inconspicuous Placa Vila de Madrid Square – and it is filled with fascinating history. Once the site of a convent, excavations revealed an ancient past…one dating to the 1st century AD, when Barcelona was a Roman colony, known as Barcino. 

The archaeological findings – about 60 tombs lining a road – are now on display in the square. The Roman Necropolis lends insight into the history of the city. A small museum at the Via Sepulcral site provides further information and artifacts. 


#4 La Boqueria Market

{MAP} The La Boqueria Market – officially The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria – can trace its history to the year 1217. The Barcelona city center market offers a range of goods, including everything from seafood to sweets – all presented in colorful displays. In addition to vendors, small kiosk restaurants are also on site. 

In fact, La Boqueria is home to some of the Best Tapas in Barcelona – so if you are hungry, take a break from your Self Guided Tour Barcelona and grab a bite to eat. 


#5 Gran Teatre del Liceu

{MAP} One of the best sights near La Rambla, continue your Best Free Walking Tour Barcelona by sidestepping from the famous street to a top attraction: Gran Teatre del Liceu. 

A luxurious opera house, Gran Teatre del Liceu opened in 1847 (although, it had to be rebuilt after a fire in 1994). The façade, however, is original – if not rather plain in comparison to the beautiful theater that lies within. Visitors can attend a performance or take a tour. 


#6 Placa Reial

{MAP} Another one of the great destinations just steps from Las Ramblas as you walk south from the La Boqueria Market is Placa Reial. 

 A hidden gem right in the heart of the city, Placa Reial is a spacious square located off a side street (Carrer de Colom) from Las Ramblas. The square is ringed with restaurants and cafes – and features swaying palm trees, a fountain and lamp posts designed by Antoni Gaudí.


#7 Palau Guell

{MAP} The Guell Palace, a mansion designed for the Guell family, is an early (and quite extraordinary) work by Gaudi. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, “Works of Antoni Gaudi” and can be toured with a ticket. 

Even if you don’t tour the palace, it is worth seeing Palau Guell from the outside on your Barcelona walking route.  


#8 Columbus Monument and Barcelona Waterfront

{MAP} Continue your Self Guided Free Walking Tour in Barcelona to southern end of La Rambla and the Columbus Monument. The obelisk rises 200 feet into the sky marking the south end of La Rambla and the beginning of the Barcelona waterfront. A statue of Christopher Columbus pointing to the New World is perched atop the singular, decorative column.

The monument stands to commemorate the return journey to Barcelona, where he reported the discovery to the Spanish Queen Isabella and Ferdinand. The statue was erected in 1888 for the Universal Exhibition. Today, visitors can take in the views from the top of the monument (buy your ticket in advance!). 


#9 La Rambla del Mar

{MAP} From the Columbus Monument, step onto the wooden walkway that is best known as La Rambla del Mar – the Walk by the Sea.

The boardwalk leads to a hub of activity – and plenty of places to distract you from your Self Guided Walking Tour Barcelona. Top things to see and do include seaside eateries, the Maremagnum shops and the Barcelona Aquarium (buy your Skip-the-Line Aquarium tickets).  


#10 Barceloneta

{MAP} Heading north around the harbor, continue walking in Barcleona past the hundreds of sailboats and a few extraordinary large yachts in Port Vell and enter the seaside neighborhood of Barceloneta.

Previously the local fisherman’s quarters, the dilapidated area was overhauled in the 80s – and is now one of Barcelona’s trendiest spots. In addition to the wide, popular beach, the Barceloneta district features a plethora of seafood restaurants and ocean view cafes.


#11 Parc de la Ciutadella

{MAP} The next stop on your Barcelona city walk is the enormous park, Parc de la Ciutadella. It is Barcelona’s best (and, at one time, only) green space. The park encompasses the Barcelona Zoo, waterfalls, ponds and monuments. 

Don’t miss Cascada del Parc de la Ciutadella, the most opulent fountain in the park. The decorative fountain dates to 1881, but was enhanced with sculptures and the arch in time for the 1888 Universal Exhibition – with some credit going to then novice Antoni Gaudi.


#12 La Ribera and Santa Maria del Mar

{MAP} After visiting the spacious park, continue your Self Guided Walking Tour of Barcelona into the historic lanes. 

Navigate your way to the cobblestone streets of La Ribera. Many of the buildings in the district date to Medieval times, when it was home to Barcelona’s most affluent citizens. Artist studios, boutique shops and hip cafes now line the streets. 

In the tangle of lanes, find the Esglesia de Santa Maria del Mar. The expansive Gothic church, which dates to the early 1300s, is one of Barcelona’s most beautiful buildings.


#13 Barri Gothic Quarter and Barcelona Cathedral

{MAP} Barri Gothic is the heart of the Barcelona Old Town and the oldest part of the city. The majority of the district is pedestrian-only – so take time to wander the streets, perhaps venturing into a few shops or tapas bars along the way. 

As you wander the district, make your way to La Catedral – a must-see sight on Barcelona city walks. 

The massive La Catedral – or Barcelona Cathedral – is situated in the Barri Gothic Quarter (and should not be confused with the still-unfinished work of Gaudi, La Sagrada Familia).

The cathedral façade is decorated with soaring spires and decorative gargoyles. The interior of the cathedral is lit by grand chandeliers. Beneath the altar is a crypt hosting the remains of Santa Eulalia, one of Barcelona’s Patron Saints.  


#14 Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona

{MAP} If time permits, continue your free Barcelona Walking Tour to one of the best Barcelona sights: The Modernist Palau de la Musica Catalana. 

It is one of Barcelona’s most beautiful concert halls. Built in 1908 by Spanish architect Domenech i Montaner, the exquisite building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (just one of the many Modernist buildings in the city to earn the UNESCO status!).  

Want to see the interior of Palau de la Musica Catalana? Join a 45-minute guided tour that includes the famous skylight, the grand staircase and sights that are usually off-limits!


#15 Arc de Triomf de Barcelona

{MAP} The final stop on your Self Guided Barcelona Walking Tour is the Arc de Triomf. 

Unlike most city arches, the Barcelona Arc de Triomf was not built to celebrate a military victory. Instead, the grand, red-brick arch was built in 1888 to welcome visitors to the Universal Exhibition World Fair. 


Barcelona Sightseeing Map

Use this link to Google Maps for an interactive, online version of our Walking Route Barcelona Map. 


Barcelona Walking Map

Click for the Barcelona Tourist Attractions Map with Walking Directions in Google Maps. 


Guided Barcelona Walking Tours

Our Barcelona Self-Guided Walking Tour is a great way to explore the city on your own! However, there are many guided Barcelona walks that are theme-based. We are featuring a few of the most popular Barcelona walking tours. 


Old Town and Gothic Quarter Walking Tour

Visitors who want a local guide to lead the way through the heart of the city can join a highly rated tour that features the best sights in the Old Town and Gothic Quarter. The local guides share history, facts and fun stories along the route. 


Gaudi Tour Barcelona

Antoni Gaudi is Barcelona’s most famous architect. Learn about his life, his designs and his impact on the city on one of the guided walking tours through Barcelona. Top Gaudi sights to see are La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Batllo and Casa Mila.

Visitors can take a private tour, join a small group tour or even pedal along on a bike tour to Gaudi attractions. Read reviews on Viator to find the perfect Gaudi tour for your trip!


Barcelona Tapas Tour

Tapas are an art form in Barcelona! Let a local guide lead the way on an introduction to the unique cuisine on an evening tour.  

However, you can follow in our footsteps and create your own Tapas-hopping Tour based on our recommendations for the Best Tapas in Barcelona!


Free Barcelona Walking Tours

Many different companies offer free walking tours in Barcelona. Just keep in mind that ‘Guided Free Walking Tours’ are not in fact free – as the tour guide expects to be tipped for their service. 


More Things To Do in Barcelona, Spain

Navigating the city on foot is a great way to spend a day in Barcelona. Guests staying longer can use the travel tips in our 3-Day Barcelona Itinerary for tips on what to see and do.

We offer tips for what to do in Barcelona for 3 days – plus offer day trip ideas, feature top museums and highlight activities – like a popular Flamenco show. 


Planning a Trip to Trip to Barcelona

We know that there is so much more to planning a Barcelona trip than deciding what sights to see – so we have a few more travel tips that will help you plan the perfect vacation.  

First, if you are traveling from overseas, read our guide to Planning a European Vacation. We share need-to-know details and tips that will help you make the most of your trip abroad. 

As you make your plans, be sure to stay on top of all the details! Use our Trip Planner Printables to stay organized for your trip to Barcelona. 


Where To Stay in Barcelona

There are a lot of choices when it comes to places to stay in Barcelona! We recommend choosing centrally located accommodations – based on the activities that are of most interest to you. We like two areas – L’Eixample neighborhood and El Poble-sec. 



We have stayed in the L’Eixample District in an Airbnb apartment (which we loved for the extra space and kitchen, where we could prepare breakfasts). The neighborhood was excellent for seeking out local cafes and bars – and extremely convenient to exploring the Modernism architecture.


El Poble-sec

Recently, we stayed in the Hotel Concordia Barcelona in the El Poble-sec district – which lies between Montjuic and the Old Town. The location was ideal for local transportation from the airport and within reasonable walking distance to the Old Town, Montjuic and the famous tapas street. The clean hotel features modern rooms, an outdoor pool and a casual on-site restaurant and bar.

Use our Guide to Finding the Best Hotels at the Best Rates – then start your search for the perfect Barcelona hotel on!


What To Pack for Your Barcelona Trip

Now that you are well on your way to planning the perfect Barcelona trip, it’s time to start packing! We are sharing a few must-have items for Barcelona – but you can find all of our advice on our Packing Tips page. Grab your Free Packing Checklist before you go!


Comfortable Walking Shoes

Our Barcelona Walking Tour covers some ground – so make sure to pack good travel shoes. It’s best to wear shoes that are comfortable and versatile – which is why I like these sneakers. Kris prefers to wear Merrell trail shoes for men when walking around cities. 


Travel Camera

Barcelona is beautiful! We recommend upgrading to a real camera for your trip. We use a Canon Rebel with an 18-135mm lens. We love that it is easy to use, takes quality photos and is well-priced as a budget DSLR camera for travelers. 


Map and Guidebook

It’s easy to get turned around or lost in any new city! Be sure to have a good city map and/or guidebook prior to arriving.  


Anti-Theft Day Bag

While Barcelona has wonderful sights, it also has pickpockets. Be sure to pack a zippered day pack – like the ones by Travelon – to organize and secure all of your daily travel items. Read our tips for The Best Day Bags for Travel.


Spain Trip Insurance

If you haven’t already obtained travel insurance for your trip, consider traveling protected with World Nomads.


Tips For Visiting Spain

Planning to visit more than just Barcelona on your trip to Spain? We have travel guides for top Spain destinations. 

  • Plan a perfect 1-Week Spain Itinerary
  • Spend Christmas in Barcelona (and other European Winter Destinations)
  • Discover the Best of Seville
  • Explore the Sights of Madrid
  • Enjoy the Best of Basque Country
  • Feast on Pintxos in San Sebastian

Find more tips and guides on our Spain Travel Guides blog page!


Start planning your trip to Spain! Search for the lowest airfares, the best accommodations and fun things to do…then start packing!  Want more travel planning tips? Head over to our Travel Planning page for more information and tips on traveling – and for country-specific information, take a look at our Travel Guides page!


We want to know: What would you add to our Barcelona on Foot walking tour? Give us your best tips and suggestions for a Self-Guided Barcelona Walking Tour in the comments!  



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Experience the stories, sights, and hidden history of Barcelona’s most famous building, the Sagrada Familia after a cava aperitif on a scenic rooftop.

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Walking tour of Barcelona: one day in the city of

Walking around Barcelona is a great opportunity to get to know this city better. An impeccable itinerary for a day trip in Barcelona and essential advice for those who want to get the most out of the Catalan capital in just one day.

Let’s start walking and getting to know the city from the central square of Barcelona – Plaza Catalunya (Plaça Catalunya). Basically, buses from Barcelona airport and trains from the nearest resort towns arrive here.

1 Breakfast

A walking tour of Barcelona in 1 day will get off to a good start if you open it with breakfast in the Plaça Catalunya area, one of a couple of great spots.

On the top floor of the 9-storey shopping center El Corte Inglés is La Plaça Gastro Mercat, with amazing panoramic city views, great coffee and affordable prices.

Also, almost across the street from El Corte Inglés, there is a Farggi cafeteria. For 5-6 € it is possible to have a very decent breakfast there (address Passeig de Gràcia, 2).

Our tour of Barcelona continues – we follow further.

2We go to the famous pedestrian street Las Ramblas

We cross Plaza Catalunya and go down to the central pedestrian street Las Ramblas, along which we move further down towards the sea.

3 Boqueria Market

A walk in Barcelona takes us a little further along the Rambla, and on our right side we notice the Boquería market – a great place where you can buy the freshest fruits and drink freshly squeezed juices.

4Palace Güell – another Gaudí masterpiece

After, along the Rambla, our walk continues down the 2nd street. On the right side, on Nou de la Rambla, we see the work of the famous Gaudi – the Guell Palace. Looking at the outer façade. There is no reason to go inside.

5 Place Royale

Opposite, on the left side of the Rambla, is the Place Royale with Gaudí’s lanterns, his debut work. There are also many bars and restaurants in which we would not advise to linger – the place is touristic, which means that all the bars / restaurants here are also designed for tourists.

6 Lunch

We strongly advise against eating in tourist places, especially in restaurants near the Sagrada Familia or on La Rambla. It’s not even because the prices are very high there. Among other things, in such establishments you will be offered absolutely poor-quality food. Almost 5 minutes walk from the Royal Square, in one of the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, there is an amazing non-tourist restaurant La Fonda, the favorite place of many Catalans. Lunch at this restaurant will cost about 10 € per person (address: Escudellers street, 6).

7 San Jauma Square

Further tour of Barcelona takes us to Lantern Street (calle Ferran) and we move up it to Sant Jauma Square – the central square of the Old Town. Here are the Palace of the Catalan Government and the City Administration Building.

8 Bisbe Street and Cathedral

The upper left corner of Sant Jauma Square is the beginning of Bisbe Street, famous for its striking Gothic bridge. Be sure to think of a wish, being under it – this is the “place of power” of the Catalan capital. Moving a little further, you will get to the central Cathedral of Barcelona – a magnificent Gothic cathedral, the construction of which was already begun in the thirteenth century.

9Palace of Catalan Music

After looking around the Cathedral, we get out to the central street of Via Laietana and walk up it for several minutes. On the right side, opposite the House with eyes, you need to turn into a small street Sant Pere Més Alt. And there, right at the beginning, you will see the incomparable Palace of Catalan Music, which is one of the 8 UNESCO buildings in Barcelona.

10 We go to the central boulevard PASSEIG DE GRAСIA

Further walking around Barcelona brings us back to Via Laietana. We move up to Plaza Catalunya. The central boulevard Passeig de Gracia originates from the AppStore. Next, we will continue our walk in the Eixample area.

11Barcelona tour for lovers of Gaudí’s masterpieces – Casa Mila and Casa Batlló

After the tour of Barcelona takes us up the Passeig de Gracia boulevard towards the Tibidabo mountain. On the left side we notice the legendary house of Gaudí – Casa Batlló. This is where the “Quarter of Discord” begins. Having followed a little higher, on the right side we notice La Pedrera (or Mila’s house). In order to avoid long queues at the entrance to the House of Mila, we purchase tickets ahead of time via the Internet here.

In order to avoid the long queues at the entrance to the Casa Batlló, we purchase tickets ahead of time via the Internet here.

12Barcelona tour ends with dinner at EL NACIONAL

At Casa Mila, our one-day tour of Barcelona ends. We recommend that you go to El Nacional gastrospace for dinner, which is also on Passeig de Gracia. The place is wonderful – under one roof there are 4 restaurants:

  • meat;
  • Catalan;
  • traditional tapas restaurant;
  • seafood.

There are also 3 bars: wine, cocktails and cava.

What you need to foresee in advance

First of all, you need to understand that you will have to walk a lot on this day – such a route takes a whole day, it is about 12 km. So make sure you have good shoes.

To explore the sights on your own while walking around Barcelona, ​​you need to anticipate the presence of queues and think about tickets ahead of time.

For example:

  1. The queue at the Sagrada Familia ticket office in summer is over 1.5 hours.
  2. The queue to Casa Batlló or Casa Mila is approximately 40 minutes.

Buying a ticket for a specific time in advance (you need to plan your visit in advance) will free you from waiting in lines and save you both time and energy. For your comfort, we have selected tickets from all the official sites of the main attractions of the Catalan capital on one resource. Currently, you can purchase all the necessary tickets HERE, in Russian, without intermediaries and extra charges.

  • How to avoid queues at Barcelona attractions. Tickets for Sagrada Familia and Park Güell skip the line.
  • How not to be deceived by local taxi drivers. Order a taxi in advance with fixed rates online. The most reliable service for ordering a taxi is KiwiTaxi .
  • Excursions in Barcelona with locals will help you to get to know this city for real. The best way to get comfortable in an unfamiliar city is to walk around it with a person who has lived here for many years.
  • We advise you to take out travel insurance so that there are no unpleasant surprises while traveling to Barcelona.
  • Barcelona City Pass is a one-stop card that makes organizing your holiday in Barcelona easier and saves you a lot of time and money.
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Boat trip on a yacht in Barcelona.

The amazing landscape of Catalonia looks especially impressive from the sea. Therefore, tourists and even permanent residents will enjoy a yacht trip in Barcelona along the gold coast. Espana Service provides comfortable yachts, interesting routes and maximum convenience from a seaside holiday.

What will a sailing trip on a yacht give you?

Espana Service offers a choice of motor and sail boats for comfortable walks along the coast. You can take up to 6 people on board, the trip lasts from 2 hours – we will individually draw up an interesting route for you, including entertainment.

The yacht cruises along the city’s coast in such a way as to capture the bright sights and provide passengers with picturesque views of the local architecture and natural landscape. Closer to the middle of the walk, the ship enters a cozy bay with clear water, where guests can swim and soak up the gentle sun.

At lunchtime, the boat lands somewhere in the center of Barcelona. In one of the good restaurants to choose from, a laid table for vacationers will be pre-ordered. If you wish, we can organize a meal at sea, guests can stay on board – we will prepare a mini-bar on the yacht and a picnic of several dishes and snacks.

The bar menu will definitely include soft drinks, champagne and light snacks. We can discuss all the additions in more detail – leave your request on our mail or call.

In the evening, during a boat trip, you will see a panorama of the magical city lights of Barcelona. Therefore, Espana Service invites guests to carefully choose the time of the yacht promenade. The most vivid impressions will give a boat trip in Barcelona for a full day.

How to book a yacht cruise?

So that we can prepare an exciting adventure for you, all the details must be discussed in advance. First we need to find out:

  1. What date is the trip planned for.
  2. Which type of boat do you prefer.
  3. For how long you need a yacht – standard for 2 hours, longer or for the whole day.