The visit could begin in the center of the city, Plaça Catalunya. In addition to being a meeting point for both visitors and citizens, it is one of the symbols of the Catalan capital. From this square many tours go out to know the city, some of them even free.
At the southern end of Plaça Catalunya we find the most iconic street in the city, La Rambla. A road full of artists who offer their works and their shows, which also includes the Canaletas Fountain, where the triumphs of the famous football team Futbol Club Barcelona are celebrated. Another of the most emblematic buildings are the Gran Teatro del Liceu and the Mercado de la Boquería, where you can buy local products and contemplate the striking decoration of the market.
Since La Rambla is connected to the Raval and the Gothic Quarter, it is possible to continue the visit through one of these two emblematic areas. Nor can you miss visiting the sea, so you can go to the Port of Barcelona to end at the Mirador de Colón, which can be climbed to contemplate the incredible views of the city. By the Paseo Colón you can continue until you reach the beach of La Barceloneta.
In the immediate vicinity there is a shopping center surrounded by the sea, connected by a bridge to the History Museum and the Aquarium. And a few steps away is the Ciudadela Park, where you can see the Arc de Triomf and walk along the Paseo Lluís Companys. To end the tour, the Born district is an ideal place, apart from being a neighborhood famous for the Picasso Museum or the Church of Santa María del Mar, there are many places to enjoy good tapas and cocktails.