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Private Guide in Barcelona

Anna Juarez Carrasco: Founder of Barcelonina

Manifesto

 

We all have a traveller inside us and this traveler is someone curious.

I’m sure good humour is a part of the good memories.

I think empathy makes us more human.

With a good sense of humour and sympathy all the memories are better. This is the idea I convey in my explanations as a Private guide in Barcelona and this is the idea I communicate to my team.

We show you our Barcelona to make you feel like a local. Welcome to a singular and authentic city.
To be chosen by a customer, has an enormous value for my team and for me. This is the reason why we will create an unforgettable experience for you.

I search your satisfaction with an approchable attitude, empathy and accurate information. This is the reason why I have selected the best Private guide in Barcelona.

Forget about walking around with a book as heavy as a brick. Leave it in our hands.
I propose you some itineraries created for you, for the curious traveller, the one walking around with no rush, the one who wishes to understand the city.

Private guide in Barcelona

Since I started Barcelonina in 2012 as a Tourist guide in Barcelona, have witnessed countless «first times of…» (add Sagrada Familia, add Gothic Area, add Picassso Museum), and the moment I prefer is when the guest becomes a part of the place, embraces it.

My favourite topics are the history of Barcelona, the human side of the Modernism and its urbanistic evolution. I choose always the point of view of common people, the day by day. As matter of fact, an every day event can be the exemple of a big era.

Meet the team

Clara Mas

Clara Mas

Guide

How long have you been a guide?

I started at the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona in 2001 and making urban routes in 2004.

What do you like most about explaining or teaching in Barcelona?

With the map in hand, I love to explain to the visitors the evolution of the city; how Barcelona has been growing and transforming from the small Roman city to the great city of today.

What do you bring as a guide to a visit?

Closeness, I like that the visitors are at ease and comfortable to be able to ask, comment, talk, of any topic during the route.

Silvia Cascales

Silvia Cascales

Guide

How long have you been a guide?

Five years ago, I became an official guide in Barcelona.

What do you like most about showing and explaining about Barcelona?

What I most like to show are modernist buildings such as: the modernist building of Sant Pau, Casa Vicens and the Sagrada Familia.

What do you provide as a guide to a visit / route?

I am a friendly guide, very well prepared, which explains in a pleasant and enthusiastic way for the client to enjoy the place they visit.

Minerva Llàcer

Minerva Llàcer

Guide

How long have you been a guide?

11 years in Catalonia, although in Valencia, I started 15 years ago!

What do you like most about your job?

I love telling stories by exploring the Raval and discovering places and forgotten characters. I also love to show the area of La Ribera / Born (and stop for a tapa) and if there is still time, take a bike ride in Barceloneta.

What do you bring as a guide for a tour / itinerary?

Positive energy, a little joy and also passion for what I do.

Agnès Rodríguez

Agnès Rodríguez

Guide

How long have you been a guide?

I have been a guide since 2006 when I started as a guide for Europe mainly but also in other continents. I am a qualified guide since 2010.

What do you like most about teaching or explaining in Barcelona?

What I like most about my work is that, although I often teach the same thing, every day is different, since people always have different interests and concerns.

What do you bring as a guide to a visit / route?

The fascination I still feel for a changing region. Barcelona and Catalonia are constantly changing, but always maintaining their essence.

Elisabet Morera

Elisabet Morera

Guide

How long have you been a guide?

Since 2007. I started as a guide in an emblematic building in Barcelona, ​​the Palau de la Música Catalana, only on weekends because it was combined with an office job. Then I started to take other tours, and I made the jump to work only as a guide very quickly before finishing in 2007.

What do you like most about teaching or explaining in Barcelona?

I love talking about the origins of the city and how it has grown and become the current city. I think Barcelona has kept a bit of each historical period and at the same time it has been cooking little by little with a lot of unrepeatable ingredients.

What do you bring as a guide to a visit / route?

Irremediably the vision of a local since I was born and raised in Barcelona. I try not only to talk about history but also about the experiences of citizens, shops and stores. I also like to feel the anecdotes and adventures of tourists to help them understand our customs and resolve doubts, know how to manage certain situations, etc …

years welcoming happy travellers

people welcomed last year

anecdotes shared with travellers

people have discovered the Sagrada Familia with us