Exciting guided city walk in Barcelona the Gothic Quarter to Picasso museum

Explore the unique Gothic Quarter in the city center of Barcelona at a guided walking tour. You'll discover mysterious streets and impressive buildings and get a guided tour through the Picasso museum and its exhibition. With the view of 3D technology glasses you can see Barcelona in Roman times.

  • Tour / activity duration: ~ 2.5 hours
  • Languages: English
  • Transfer: no, not included
  • The best insider tips
  • English-speaking service
  • Hassle-free booking change or cancellation
  • Usually cheaper than at site

Tour of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter with Picasso Museum and 3D glasses

Follow the traces of Pablo Picasso in Barcelona: Stroll through the Gothic Quarter and visit the Picasso Museum. Have an amazing virtual reality experience and look into the Barcelona of Roman age with the help of 3D glasses.

Price overview

  • Guided city tour Gothic Quarter + Picasso museum - per adult (from 13 yrs)34.-€
  • Guided city tour Gothic Quarter + Picasso museum - per child (until 12 yrs)0.-€
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Booking option: Guided city tour in Barcelona with Picasso museum

The city tour in Barcelona starts at the Plaça Catalunya. From there you'll start your walk to the Gothic Quarter. Explore the oldest city centre of Barcelona and admire the unique cathedral, whose construction took several centuries. After a 45-minutes tour through the picasso museum, you'll have some more free time to stroll around the exhibition. At the end of the tour, you'll visit the beautiful Plaça del Rei and the impressive buildings of the city's government at Plaça Sant Jaume. Get delighted by the traces of the Roman- and medieval time.


  • Duration: ~ 2.5 hours
  • Hours: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
  • Months: possible all-year
  • Languages: English


  • Entry, quick access and guided tour in the Picasso museum
  • Professional guide

Detailed description

Barcelona Guided City Tour: Gothic Quarter and Picasso Museum

El rovell de l'ou – "the yellow of the egg" This is how the inhabitants of Barcelona call the historical city centre. The Gothic Quarter with its tiny streets and hidden places is pouring a unique charme and atmosphere. On the old walls, the medieval palaces and the enchanting patios, you'll be able to discover many evidences of events. Join this walk through Barcelona's history and feel the magical flair of the streets of the Gothic Quarter.

The centerpiece of the Gothic Quarter is its cathedral. The construction of the Gothic nave bay was already started in the 13th century. Its facade with the sweeping main portal could only be finished in 1890. Inside of the church you can see that it wasn't only constructed for liturgic-, but also for secular purposes. You see it in its choir, used once as a meeting point for the government, which is located directly in the middle of the main aisle. Official festivities, public festivals and conventions has always been held on the Plaça Sant Jaume. At this place, which already was located on two main roads during the Roman time, the republic state was proclaimed in 1931.

The seat of the Count of Barcelona and the Kings of Aragon was the Plaça del Rei, the place of the kings. It once was used as a marketplace, but then redesigned in the 14th century in order to enable tournaments there. In a complex of five Gothic palaces, you'll encounter the Picasso museum. Its collection holds around 4,200 artworks, amongst them numerous works from the younger years and the blue phase of the Spanish artist. Get a guided tour through the exhibition and enjoy this highlight of your city tour through Barcelona's Gothic Quarter.


Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.

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