Saint Petersburg - Russia
Transfer service during Football World Cup 2018 in St. Petersburg from Pulkovo International Airport to Domina St.Petersburg and vice versa.
The Born and the Gothic are the districts that hide the history of the XV century Barcelona. On this walking tour, you will learn the history and the personality of the heart of Barcelona. We will visit several historically significant places including:
Pla de Palau: It was once the main square in Barcelona, being the point of connection between the port and the city and therefore the main arrival of everything from the sea.
Canvis Nous and Canvis Vells: Also, thanks to the port, two of the oldest main streets of Barcelona in antiquity that were once major trade hubs. In these streets exchange houses and lenders were very common. Here you can also see the famous building Llotja de Mar.
Cathedral of the Sea: The Little Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar is its full name and is one of the most famous Gothic churches in Barcelona, created by Berenguer and Ramón Despuig.
Paseo del Borne: One of the famous walks in the Ribera neighborhood. On this medieval street you will find the Mercado del Borne.
Calle Montcada: A street created by the Montcada family with the idea of connecting the neighborhood of La Ribera with that of La Bòria. A famous bourgeois street in Barcelona.
Plaza del Angel: A famous square in Barcelona with a lot of history. The history of the name of the square will amaze you.
King's Square: Here you will feel that you have traveled in time. Surrounded by Gothic and Renaissance buildings that are part of the Royal Palace, this monumental square will fascinate you.
Saint Just Church: One of the oldest churches in the city, documented since 801 and rebuilt by orders of Louis the Pious.
Plaza Sant Jaume: Without doubt one of the main and oldest squares of Barcelona and where you will see two of the most important buildings for the government and local administration, the Barcelona City Council and the Generalitat of Catalonia.
Plaça Nova: or Plaza Nueva, built in 1355 and located opposite the old Porta Praetoria and now one of the most famous plazas in all of Barcelona.