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About the guru Jordana
I am Jordana Recasens, from Barcelona. An enterprising woman, with great positivism and inner strength. Enthusiastic and very organized, team leader and with great commercial skills. I have lived in the United States and in Italy and I am a frequent traveller with rapid adaptation to other cultures and points of view. Double Spanish-Dutch nationality and animal and nature l... More »
I am Jordana Recasens, from Barcelona. An enterprising woman, with great positivism and inner strength. Enthusiastic and very organized, team leader and with great commercial skills. I have lived in the United States and in Italy and I am a frequent traveller with rapid adaptation to other cultures and points of view. Double Spanish-Dutch nationality and animal and nature lover. With a bachelor in Art History and in Social Anthropology, and with a Master in Business Management, I am passionate about the culture, history of art and gastronomy of Barcelona and Spain. I love to share all my knowledge with visitors, so they feel like locals. I will make art, history, gastronomy and culture come alive, while I will show hidden and secret places that only well-informed locals know, always looking for the unusual. By digging up the unique art of the city, its history, the language, the food and, ultimately, its people, I will make this a truly unique and different travel experience, which will reveal the true soul of Barcelona. I have been working as a tourist guide in Barcelona and Catalonia since 2016 and I love getting to know new cultures and visiting new places in the world, so traveling is without a doubt my greatest passion. I have traveled through Europe, Asia, Africa and America, and what better way to travel every day that through stories of travelers coming and going every day
About the tour
We will start our tour in Plaza Cataluña, then descend through las Ramblas and we will visit one of the most emblematic markets of Barcelona, La Boqueria. We will continue our route through the Gothic towards Borne to reach the Santa Caterina Market, one of the most frequented markets by locals and with an unusual architectural structure. We will continue our walk to Eixample, to finish in one of the most modern markets in Barcelona. The National.
What will we visit?
We will visit Plaza Cataluña, the Ramblas, the Boqueria Market, the old Jewish Quarter, the Plaza de Jaume I, Ramón Berenguer Square and we will go up Via Laietana until we reach the next Market: Santa Catarina, mythical for local people. Then we will continue our visit to Paseo de Gracia, one of the most emblematic streets of Barcelona and we will enter in our final stop: The National Market, one of the most modern markets in Barcelona, where you can eat authentic market cuisine.
What will I provide?
Recommendations of typical dishes, typical food and a list of the best restaurants to eat in Barcelona.
What's the price?