A tour to visit the Miró Foundation exploring Raval and Montjuic.
Art and History
With more than 300 cultural entities, the Raval has become a reference for the city
in terms of art galleries, craft workshops and trendy shops.
The Old Barcelona is one of the most visited places in Barcelona. The Gothic Quarter and the Ribera appear in most guides written about Barcelona. However, there is still a neighborhood that is also part of old Barcelona and that retains its authenticity: it is the district of Raval.
With more than 300 cultural entities, the Raval has become a reference for the city in terms of art galleries, craft workshops and trendy shops. We propose an itinerary that will make you discover the fascinating history of the neighborhood and some of its legends.
The Casa de la Caritat, the former Santa Creu Hospital, Sant Pau del Camp and the Boqueria Market are just some of the highlights of the first part of the route.
The second part of this guided tour takes us to Montjuic with a funicular. Once at the top you will enjoy the views as well as a tour of the Miró Foundation with your Barcelona guide.
at your accommodation
The Raval area
price per group (1-6)
How does the visit of Montjuic and the Miró Foundation work?
Following the walk through the Raval, the funicular will leave you in Montjuic. It is part of the public transport network of Barcelona, that's why the tickets of public transport are valid to take it.
Once in Montjuic, you will enjoy a guided tour of the Miró Foundation where you won’t queue thanks to our guide’s badge. We, the licensed guides, can use a specific entry to us. Your Barcelona English speaking guide will show you the life and work of Miró as well as his connection with Barcelona.
This tour ends with a nice stroll towards the Magic Fountain and the amazing views over the city.
Price per group (1-6 people)
- A Private Tour Guide just for you and your party. You won’t be sharing your guide with strangers.
- The VAT is included in the price as well. We are a 100% legal company.
Expenses to be expected
The entrance fee to the Miró Foundation.
Why a guided tour around the Raval district?
☛First of all, by its location: the Raval starts at Catalunya Square then along the Ramblas facing the Gotico and ends at the seaside.
☛In addition, its architecture is as interesting as that of the neighboring Gothic Quarter: the former medieval hospital became a library, the former Casa de la Caritat (charity house) today an exhibition center (CCCB) or the very modern MACBA by Richard Meier.
It must be said that the Raval is a cultural reference in Barcelona. Artists and artisans have their workshops and galleries in the neighborhood. We invite you to visit one to get up-to-date with the latest arts and crafts news in Barcelona.
☛Finally, its history: following its proximity to the Port, it was the old hot district of Barcelona. A transformation was started for the 1992 Games and today it is a very cultural and trendy neighborhood in Barcelona. The Boqueria market and the Botero Cat in Rambla del Raval are two icons of the area.
Are you on a cruise-ship?
In this case, the meeting point would be at the Pier. The guide will wait for you at the exit of the ship holding a sign with your name on it. Once meeting the guide, you will take a taxi towards the Rambla, where your tour will start.
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Let's have a stroll around one of the most artistic neighborhoods in Barcelona where you'll discover its history, its architecture and some legends.
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