Free Walking Tours through Las Ramblas, Barcelona

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Doğuş 26 Mar 2023

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Travelled alone - Mar 2023
Our guide was fantastic! The tour was beyond my expectations. it was a great way to get to know the city in my first day!
Marvels of Barcelona
Cinzia 25 Mar 2023

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Travelled in group - Mar 2023
Visita chiara di una parte di Barcellona poco conosciuta, decisamente consigliata
Free tour in Italiano del Raval: la Barcellona alternativa
tal ... 24 Mar 2023

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Travelled in couple - Mar 2023
We arrived at the meeting point and got greeted by Bryan Received a short explanation about the photo tour And than the photo shots began Bryan told us facts about the monuments and than put us into the perfect pose ! Great and recommend tour !! We Loved It And the photos? WOW
The best Barcelona Photo -Tour
Rijeen 17 Mar 2023
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Travelled alone - Mar 2023
Great tour guide with tremendous knowledge of the city who can keep you engaged throughout with the tips and secrets of the city.
Gaudi's free walking tour
Rebecca 15 Mar 2023

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Travelled in group - Mar 2023
Charlie was very knowledgeable and very energetic. He answered any questions we had. Would recommend!!
Free tour inside the SAGRADA FAMILIA (tickets not included)
Antonia 10 Mar 2023

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Travelled in couple - Mar 2023
Es un guia simpatico, atento y ameno Y se nota q le encanta la arquitectura. Muy recomendable
Free tour Understanding "El Raval"
Simone 07 Mar 2023

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Travelled in couple - Mar 2023
Dragan war überpünktlich, sehr freundlich, es war ein Spaziergang mit einem neuen Freund!
Let's get a taste of Barcelona together - free walking tour
Ana ... 04 Mar 2023

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Travelled in couple - Mar 2023
De la mano de Martín conocimos los monumentos mas importantes y nos encanto su forma anima y divertida de transmitir la información. Repetiremos encantados.
Gaudí + Old Town: Barcelona in 1 very complete tour
luke 17 Feb 2023

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Travelled alone - Feb 2023
Fantastico! Ivan es muy agradable y como guia un 10. El tour muy ameno e interesante.
Essential Barcelona in 2'00h

Barcelona is a vibrant city with many attractions. It is the capital of Catalonia and one of the most visited cities in Europe.
Tourists come to Barcelona for its architecture, beaches, food and culture. It has a population of 1.6 million people and is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Europe.
One of the most famous streets in Barcelona is Las Ramblas, which has a lot to offer its visitors. 
To make sure you don't miss a single detail, there's nothing better than a professional guide on one of the Free Tours of Las Ramblas in Barcelona like the ones we offer here at GuruWalk.
Las Ramblas is a pedestrian street in Barcelona famous for its shops, restaurants and street performers.
It is also a popular tourist destination and the most famous street in Barcelona.
The name Las Ramblas comes from the Arabic word "al-raml" which means "the place of sand". Originally it was a small stream running down from the mountains. Over time, it became an important trade route for goods such as silk and cotton.
Today it is home to many restaurants, shops, cafes and other attractions. One of the most famous attractions on Las Ramblas is La Boqueria Market, which offers fresh produce from all over Spain and beyond.
The market is the largest and most famous market in the city, and is open from 7:00 to 14:30 every day except Sundays. It is located close to Plaza de la Boqueria, so it is easily accessible on foot or by public transport.
Also directly accessible from Las Ramblas is the Barcelona Wax Museum. It is located on the hill of Montjuïc, overlooking the harbour and the Old Port of Barcelona.
The museum was founded in 1963 by Jaume Puyalto and his wife, Carmen Cervera. The first wax figure on display was that of Charles de Gaulle, made by Puyalto himself. The museum has been visited by more than 7 million people from all over the world since it opened.
The boundary between Las Ramblas and the Port is marked by the statue of Columbus. It was erected in 1884 and is one of the most important symbols of the city.
It is a bronze statue that was erected on the right-hand side of the road, just before reaching Plaça de Catalunya, to commemorate the arrival of Christopher Columbus in America. The statue depicts him with his hands raised to show that he has discovered new lands.

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