If you have been to Barcelona once, maybe twice or even more times, chances are that you think you have seen and done it all: the beautiful architecture, the city’s buzzing nightlife, the delicious food… Well, think again! All those things play a huge role in what makes Barcelona such an amazing city, but there is more than meets the regular visitor’s eye. In this newsletter we present to you the other sides of Barcelona, which will make you realise that, after all, you might not be done with Barcelona just yet. Keep reading to discover more.
Enjoy the unique experience of touring the city in this small treasure from the ‘60s, the authentic Seat 600, a revolutionary car in Spain back in the old times. Most Spaniards have fond memories of the Seat 600, as for a lot of them, it was their first-ever car.
Participants drive in a convoy of maximum 5 cars following a guide-car which explains via radio in the chosen language the interesting points of the itinerary, which can be adapted to different themes.
Barcelona through the eyes of a former homeless guide
This tour offers a unique experience that takes the group on a stroll through the city’s Gothic and Raval quarters, linking history with the present day and discussing the social reality of Barcelona’s old town. Your guide will share with you his own personal story, his experience of living on the streets, the social structures for the homeless and the places where he used to sleep or get some food. An amazing journey through somebody’s past life and struggles to survive in Barcelona. This amazing alternative tour where you get to know another side of the city will not leave you indifferent. Discover the Barcelona you won’t read about in any guide book!
Hidden city places
Downtown, a narrow street, the stairs… Entering this unique space is like a travel through time. In an old factory in a local neighbour’s staircase we find this culinary treasure. An open kitchen ruled by a former Michelin star chef with the most surprising proposals to experiment the creative Catalan cuisine at its most particular level. Eating here is an original experience that will be difficult to forget. The 2 chefs/owners accompany you on this special evening and while they are finalising the last preparations of your themed tasting menu, they will explain you all you need to know on each and every dish you are going to taste. According to them, it is neither just a dinner nor just a spectacle: it is all about sharing the experience of the combination of both.
What cool places and activities would you like to try out in Barcelona? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!