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Loïc 20 Jan 2024

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Travelled alone - Jan 2024
Amazing and very interesting tour, highly recommend
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Karola 22 Nov 2023

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Travelled in group - Nov 2023
We had a great time on the tour! Our guide, Charlie, was fun and friendly, sharing both entertaining and historical facts. The tour, labeled as a comedy tour, made time fly by, even though I didn't catch every joke due to English not being my first language. While some jokes were a bit much for me, I still found the experience worthwhile and enjoyed meeting Charlie!
La Sagrada Familia - Stories & Legends Comedy Tour 🤣
Ing Eden 01 Nov 2023
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Travelled in couple - Nov 2023
Carlos is a great storyteller. The tour was fun and informative. Thanks, Carlos!
The Sagrada Familia, Hospital Sant Pau & Beyond: A free tour Barcelona's Hidden Treasures
Karen 22 Oct 2023

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2023
Fun facts. Experience the hidden gems of barcelona
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Angela 21 Oct 2023

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2023
Amazing , a good experience
Secrets of Barcelona
Winona 01 Oct 2023

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Travelled alone - Sep 2023
Thanks Raul, i was interesting to know that city histories.
Barcelona from the heights, from Montjuic to the city. Nature, urban planning and relationship with Barcelona, ​​in the green lung of the city.
Aurimas 25 Aug 2023

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Travelled alone - Aug 2023
I thoroughly enjoyed this experience. During the tour, I gained insights about Barcelona, learned techniques to enhance my happiness, and received valuable tips for exploring the city. I wholeheartedly endorse this tour! Many thanks to Aidan for a fantastic time!
Barcelona Positive Psychology and Mindfulness Tour
Flávia 22 Aug 2023

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Travelled in couple - Aug 2023
Really nice tour to see the city at night with all the musicians and lights on the streets (and a little less hot weather). Strongly recommend.
Night tour of Barcelona
Cathy 09 Aug 2023

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Travelled in couple - Aug 2023
Booked this last minute today … saw places off the usual tourist to do list . Polina was knowledgeable and gave us an insight into another side of Barcalona . Would highly recommend it
Mystery of Barcelona: ghosts, demons and witches

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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