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Confluència de col·leccions

Visites guiades per conèixer les escultures aparellades de dos col·leccionistes: les antigues de Frederic…

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Fer sentir la veu de les dones del 1700


Un itinerari pel Born ens proposa entendre millor la Barcelona del s. XVIII recuperant les històries…

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Primavera intensa al monestir de Pedralbes

Cicles de música i de diàlegs, activitats familiars, visites guiades i L’hora màgica, en la…

Música   ( + )

Concerts de capvespre a la Casa Batlló

L’experiència de les Nits Màgiques remata la visita a l’edifici de Gaudí amb una vetllada musical…

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Les interioritats del palauet dels advocats

Una visita guiada al Palauet Casades, inclosa en la proposta que fa el projecte Cases Singulars, permet…

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Un itinerari segueix els passos de Maria Àngels Anglada a Barcelona

La ruta, que es pot fer de forma autoguiada, connecta més d’una vintena d’espais, entre els quals alguns. ..

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Descobreix el Modernisme de Barcelona al teu aire

Un itinerari destaca fins a 120 obres, des de les grans construccions fins a d’altres de més modestes, com…

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Connecteu amb la natura sense sortir de Barcelona

Molts centres cívics de la ciutat compten amb jardins, muntanyes, parcs o zones verdes per on podeu…

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El Palau Güell 360º

Ja podeu accedir a la visita virtual al Palau Güell amb imatges plenes de detall i una gran quantitat d’…

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Un mirador de 360 graus a Santa Maria del Mar

La basílica descobreix al públic espais i elements fins ara inaccessibles, com la rosassa principal o la…

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Passejar pel passat industrial de les Corts


De la mà i el coneixement de Carolina Chifoni Flores, que guiarà la passejada, ens endinsarem en la…

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‘Una ciutat a mida’, aprendre i jugar


Un joc de taula espera les famílies a El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria per descobrir com funcionava la. ..

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Visites ‘Programa d’Amics del Recinte’ al Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau

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Sant Pau Recinte Modernista

Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret 167 (Horta-Guinardó)

Visita guiada ‘La Pedrera oculta’

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Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera

Carrer de Provença 261*265 (Eixample)

Recorregut autoguiat ‘Els tresors amagats del Guitart’

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Museu Marítim de Barcelona

Avinguda de les Drassanes 1 (Ciutat Vella)

Visita nocturna ‘La Pedrera Night Experience’

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Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera

Carrer de Provença 261*265 (Eixample)

Visites guiades a les exposicions en curs de l’Arts Santa Mònica.

Centre de la…

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Centre d’Arts Santa Mònica

Carrer la Rambla 7 (Ciutat Vella)

Visites a Santa Maria del Mar

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Parròquia de Santa Maria del Mar – Basílica

Pl Santa Maria 1 (Ciutat Vella)

Visita ‘Història viva de les Drassanes Reials’

Del 16/01/2022 al 17/12/2023


Museu Marítim de Barcelona

Avinguda de les Drassanes 1 (Ciutat Vella)

Exposició ‘7 vaixells, 7 històries’

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Museu Marítim de Barcelona

Avinguda de les Drassanes 1 (Ciutat Vella)

Visites a la Basílica de Santa Maria del Pi

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Parròquia de Santa Maria del Pi – Basílica

Pl Pi 7 (Ciutat Vella)

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Visites virtuals | BarcelonaGuideBureau

Barcelona Every Day

Here’s a thought: What happens if your trip to Barcelona is a last-minute escape? And you haven’t had time to make plans?

Barcelona Guide Bureau can help you to plan your exclusive Tour with your particular options if they’re not sold out (sometimes it happens, but the good news is, we’ll help you find a great alternative if your first choice isn’t available. )You’re the VIP on our tours. You’ll never wait in line for the Sagrada Família and Casa Batlló or other top attractions—you get exclusive VIP admission. Every minute of your Barcelona trip is important, so we make sure every minute counts.

Get to know Barcelona

First-time visitors love our Barcelona Highlights tour. Get your bearings, see our most famous sights (the Sagrada Família, the waterfront and old port, Montjuïc, and Poble Espanyol) in a 4 hour chauffered tour. It’s the perfect introduction to Barcelona.

Everyone loves the Barri Gòtic—and we have an inclusive tour that suits everyone. This tour shows you Barcelona’s incredible history played out in real-time in the Gothic Quarter. If you’re mobility challenged or need an occasional break, we adapt completely no your needs. This is an ideal way to get to know the Old Barcelona.

For Art lovers—why not mix a Spanish master with your Gothic Quarter tour? Visit the Picasso Museum and learn about Barcelona’s influence on one of the most famous artists of all time.

Ahhh…El Born. We love this quirky, exotic neighborhood and the brilliant revival of our local artisans and independent shops—and we think you will, too. Our El Born walking tour is a terrific introduction to one of our favorite Barcelona neighborhoods.

Don’t forget Montjuïc! Gorgeous parks, exciting galleries, interesting museums, and the Olympic Ring—all wrapped up in incredible city views. Bring your camera, you’re going to want lots of pictures.

Gaudí every day

If you’re here for Gaudí (and let’s be honest, who isn’t?), we have Barcelona’s most comprehensive selection of tours highlighting our Catalan Modernist master. Dive deep into everything Park Güell or spend a couple hours exploring the hidden secrets of Sagrada Família.

For even more Gaudí, we can combine any other of his masterpieces, you choose, and our guides breathe fresh life into the history of Palau Güell, Casa Vicens, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà or your chosen monument in an unforgettable way.

What about shopping? Yes, please! Well, we have most international brands, many local designers or you could be whisked away to La Roca Village, our luxury outlet mall with all your favorite brands.

Day-tripping Barcelona

Barcelona is at the heart of so many incredible day-trip destinations. Montserrat, Girona, Figueres and the Dalí Museum, and the world-famous Codorníu cava cellars. Where to begin?

If you can take just one day trip during your stay in Barcelona…why not Montserrat? The mountains, the monastery, the shrine, the Black Madonna, not to mention the artisanal foodstuffs. There’s simply nothing like the regenerative powers of a day trip to Montserrat. In this chauffered tour we could drive straght to the monastery, we could stop at the base of the mountain for the views or if you like strong emotions, we could take the Cable car. Truly breathtaking!

Love your bubbly? Try the Montserrat and Cellars combination tour and sip sublime cava or wine to your heart’s content. The Codorníu wine cellars are a sight to behold—the largest in the world. Can you even imagine 100 million bottles stored in 34 kilometers of underground tunnels? And this is only one of the 250 cellars in the area.

If you want more Surrealist art, we have great things in store for you—a Dalí tour. Whether take the high-speed AVE train or your private chauffered car to Figueres and pay homage to another of Spain’s most famous Surrealists. As always, as a Barcelona Guide Bureau VIP, you skip the lines.

Make it a true day trip with the Dalí and Girona combination. Girona is a gorgeous medieval town on the banks of the Onyar River with one of the world’s most perfectly preserved Jewish Quarter dating back to 1,000 AD. Explore the medieval walls, stroll the Eiffel Bridge, and wander the narrow, winding streets.

Love “Game of Thrones?” Then you’ll love Girona—it served as the filming location for Braavos Braavos, Oldtown and King’s Landing in Season 6. Bring your camera and get your pictures in front of the Girona Cathedral featured in so many GoT scenes.

Barcelona your way…every day

No matter when you visit Barcelona, we organize exciting VIP tours for you when it better suits you, visiting places you most want to see. No time to plan? No problem! Our guides will adapt to your wishes whenever possible—and if you’re traveling with a group, we’re happy to arrange you a custom tour.

Know when you’ll be here? Get in touch and let’s plan your itinerary.

And if you have questions or want knowledgeable advice from our Barcelona travel pros, give us a call or send us a mail. We’ll do whatever it takes to help you do Barcelona your way…every day.

Barcelona’s best viewpoints

Parc Güell in Barcelona



Barcelona has it all: museums, beaches, sculptures, squares, unique architectural monuments and much more. That is why it is one of the most visited cities in the country. To enjoy all this beauty at once, there is nothing better than heading to one of the stunning viewpoints, whether high up in the mountains or on some of the emblematic structures. We invite you discover Barcelona from a bird’s eye view .

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  • Tourist in Park Güell, Barcelona

    Parc Güell

    Any visitor to Barcelona for the first time should definitely visit Park Güell. This picturesque place has a special magic, and here you can admire the mosaics created by the brilliant architect Gaudí. In a beautiful setting, not only interesting architecture awaits you with beautiful examples of Catalan Art Nouveau, but also stunning views of the city and even the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Fortress of Montjuic, Barcelona

    Fortress of Montjuic

    Climbing Montjuic is a unique experience. You can do it on foot, visiting many sights along the way, or by cable car, admiring Barcelona from above. At the top of the mountain you will find the military fortress of Montjuic, which offers a wonderful panorama of the city.

  • Tourist admiring the views of Barcelona from the top of the Carmel Bunkers

    Bunkers Carmel

    One of the most beautiful parts of the Catalan capital is the Bunkers Carmel. This special place is located at an altitude of 250 meters, in the upper part of Turo de la Rovira. From there you have a view of all of Barcelona, ​​and the city will seem very close to you. It’s the perfect plan for a sunset picnic as you watch this grandiose city fall to sleep.

  • Views of Mount Tibidabo with Barcelona in the background.


    Tibidabo Park is another magical and symbolic place from which you can admire different panoramas of Barcelona in all its splendor. Enjoy the views from one of the more than 30 rides, from the free observation deck, or from the Fabra Observatory. In any case, from the top of the mountain you will see stunning panoramas of the entire city.

  • Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi, Barcelona.

    Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi

    One of the best viewpoints from which to admire Barcelona is the bell tower of the Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi. In the past, it was used as a watchtower, but now the medieval Gothic bell tower is popular with tourists, as the historical city center is perfectly visible from here. We invite you to get acquainted with the history of the tower, climb to a height of 54 meters along a narrow spiral staircase and see such a beautiful Barcelona that you could not even imagine.

  • Views of Barcelona from the National Museum of Catalan Art (MNAC)

    National Museum of Catalan Art (MNAC)

    The National Museum of Catalan Art (MNAC) houses one of the most representative art collections in Barcelona. In addition, there are two magnificent terraces that many tourists visit to admire the Montjuic Fountain, the Collserola Tower, Tibidabo, the Sagrada Familia, the Olympic Ring and other attractions from a height.

  • Views of Barcelona from the observation deck next to the Collserola Tower, Barcelona

    Collserola Tower

    The highest vantage point from which you can admire the city is the Collserola Tower, one of Barcelona’s emblematic structures, located on the side of the mountain of the same name. Once on this tower, you will find yourself in a privileged position from where you can see all of Barcelona at once and take unique photographs of the city. How do you think it will feel when you are at an altitude of 560 m above sea level?

  • Views of Barcelona from Sagrada Familia


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    Sagrada Familia

    One of the most famous monuments in Barcelona, ​​it deserves its rightful place in the list of observation platforms from which you can enjoy views of the city. The Sagrada Familia offers a beautiful panorama of the quarter of the same name, as well as the entire Eixample district. It is not yet possible to climb the highest tower of the temple, which will reach a height of 170 m when completed. However, the existing towers and the hanging passage also offer magnificent views.

  • Other viewpoints in Barcelona:

    Las Arenas, Columbus Statue, Guinardo Park, Turo del Putchet Park, La Pedrera Building, Santa Maria del Mar Church Terraces, Barcelona Cathedral Terraces and Joan Sales Viewpoint.

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Barcelona wants to limit the flow of tourists

The re-elected measures of Barcelona proposes the introduction of a tourist qualification in the city. Ada Colau, who won last month’s battle for mayor of the capital of Catalonia, plans to quota the number of foreign guests of the famous museum city of Spain. The Venetian Lavra scared Colau so much that in her interview with El Pais, she said the following: “Either we will introduce restrictions, or the fate of Venice awaits us. Of course, it is possible to grow further, but the city is still not made of rubber.” It should be noted that Colau owes his victory to the center-left coalition, which received the largest number of seats in the local parliament in the local elections.

Colau has just taken office and has already announced the intention of the city administration to introduce an appropriate program that will give Barcelona the opportunity to serve the interests of the tourism business, without violating the rights and freedoms of its inhabitants.

“There will be a ban on the construction of new hotels and other facilities intended for tourists,” said the mayor, noting that the city is going to quota any tourism projects. In the foreground is the policy of preventive containment. “Otherwise, the situation could get out of control,” she pointed towards Barcelona’s old Ciutat Vella quarter, which was flooded with youth tourist groups.

Barcelona is approaching the MPC. According to the head of the city, eliminating the vicious trend is the government’s top priority. Among the deterrent mechanisms are a six-month ban on the construction of new facilities and a balanced approach to tourism zoning, which will make it possible to evenly distribute entries in the parts of the city that are most adapted to accommodate a large number of tourists.

It is also worth noting that over the past 15 years, tourism in Barcelona has been constantly growing. If in 2000 the city received 3.14 million tourists, then in 2013 their number was 7.57 million, including more than six million people with foreign passports.

In April of this year, Barcelona introduced a ban on visiting the famous Boqueria market (Mercat de la Boqueria), as well as La Rambla boulevard by groups of tourists exceeding 15 people. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. local time, when Barcelona residents are shopping, the city’s security services monitor organized groups of tourists and, if necessary, are ready to expel offenders from their respective areas. Restrictions apply on Fridays and Saturdays.

In the fall of 2014, residents of the city held a protest action. Tired of the hordes of foreign tourists on the streets, they demanded that tourists not be allowed into the protected areas of Barcelona. Approximately 300 people gathered near the Church of the Sagrada Familia and loudly expressed dissatisfaction with foreigners who made their life hell.

Over the past 20 years, the flow of tourists to Barcelona has increased, according to the most conservative estimate, three times. Every year, more than three million tourists visit the Catholic Church of the Sagrada Familia, the greatest creation of Antonio Gaudí and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

According to statistics, in 2013 the tourist flow to the city exceeded 7.5 million people: an unprecedented event in the history of Barcelona. The leaders among the guests are the French, the second place is occupied by the British, in the third place are the citizens of the United States.