Sochi - Russia
Have a blast at the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Sochi with your personal driver
Barcelona is a world famous and legendary maritime city. For centuries, Barcelona has been the home to some of the best fishermen, merchants and sailors of all time. On this walking tour, learn about the history of this great port city! You will see sites such as:
Barceloneta: The historic fisherman’s neighborhood that is surrounded by the sea and sandy beaches.
Las atarazanas: The Barcelona Royal Shipyard is a shipyard and former military building of Gothic architecture placed at the Port Vell area of the Port of Barcelona. Nowadays it houses the Barcelona Maritime Museum.
Plaza Real: Also known as the Royal Plaza, this city square is one of the most famous and popular in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.
Las Ramblas: A tree lined pedestrian street that cuts through the center of Barcelona.
El Raval: The Chinatown of Barcelona
Mercado de la boquería: The largest public market in Barcelona - full of fresh fruits, salty olives and plenty of jamon.
Santa María del Pino: 14th century gothic church in the heart of the Gothic Quarter.
Plaza de Seu: A famous plaza in the Gothic Quarter, known for being connected to the Cathedral.
Basilica Santa Maria del Mar: Santa Maria del Mar is an imposing church in the Ribera district of Barcelona, Spain, built between 1329 and 1383 at the height of Catalonia's maritime and mercantile preeminence.