Walking the streets of Barcelona today, using a map from 1860, is like taking a journey in time.
We will walk through the Eixample as devised by Cerdà, and we may even find some courtyards that have survived from the original proposal.
We will get lost in the romantic Gothic Quarter that has hardly changed in centuries and feel the passing of time imprinted on its walls. We will visit the ancient “villages” of the surroundings as Gracia and Sant Gervasi, and visit the “suburbs” (now the “Raval”), outside the ancient walls of “Las Ramblas”.
Our guide is designed to make the most out of the city, connecting the main points of interest in a recommended itinerary. Much of the city can be explored on foot, but the map also has information on public transport.