Routes “a la Carte”

Barcelona en Viu - routes a la carte

In Barcelona in Viu we aim to offer unique experiences. Herein is the chance for you to enjoy our customer route.

Do you think there is a part of Barcelona you’d be specially interested to know more? Is there any subject that thrills you over than others? Being this the case, we would love to design a route specially designed for you, aiming at your likes, interests, and to what has moved you into this incredible city.

As an example we’d only need to know your areas of interest and as experts we will devise the rest: an itinerary design, support with graphic resources, planning of exhibition visits, museums or private spaces, and restaurants and coach reservations. All details will be foreseen to provide you with a unique visiting route.

The more information you can provide the better we will adjust to your queries. The only requirement is to indicate us the dates, times, duration and number of people that would be interested, and as soon as we receive the request we will contact you to start developing the route “a la carte”.

Groups of 10 people minimum are required.

 

THURSDAY, FROM 19:30 TO 21:30

Route a la Carte: Barceloneta, the neighborhood of seafarers

Route a la Carte: Barceloneta, the neighborhood of seafarers

This route a la carte reviews the model illustrated the eighteenth century urbanism that was built outside the walls and on the beach for sailors and fishermen and, today, is one of the districts with more vitality of Barcelona. Cultural Guided Tour...
Route a la Carte: Bohemian Route in the Raval Disctrict

Route a la Carte: Bohemian Route in the Raval Disctrict

Let´s discover the center of nightlife of Barcelona´s past: artists, writers and thinkers of the new age… here where they lived the bohemian lifestyle to its extend… in its theaters, cabarets, bars and brothels. To finish off we enjoy our “regular´s table of...
Route a la Carte: Ecclesiastical palaces around the Cathedral, Ca l'Ardiaca

Route a la Carte: Ecclesiastical palaces around the Cathedral, Ca l'Ardiaca

The Cathedral of Barcelona has been under the patronage of the Holy Cross from the sixth century, this means that under the current Gothic seo are the Roman and early Christian. This monumental building occupies a privileged space in the oldest historical...
Route a la Carte: Farselona

Route a la Carte: Farselona

We entered one of the most heated debates of recent years on tourism in Barcelona. The romantic forgery of the city and the deliberate creation of a brand image "the Gothic Quarter" carried out between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning...
Route a la Carte: History of Las Ramblas

Route a la Carte: History of Las Ramblas

About the Ramblas in Barcelona have written authors of all kinds, making it an emblematic ride and the most densely busy city, but few have offered such a sharp description like Quim Soler stating that "The Rambla is not an urban artery, the Rambla is...
Route a la Carte: History of Passeig de Gracia

Route a la Carte: History of Passeig de Gracia

The Passeig de Gracia is the heart of Eixample and concentrates the most spectacular homes and icons of Catalan Modernism. Although currently it stands as one of the commercial arteries of the city, since its inception has served a backbone urban function,...
Route a la Carte: Picasso and Barcelona

Route a la Carte: Picasso and Barcelona

Pablo Picasso had an intense relationship with the city of Barcelona, ​​where he lived his adolescence and youth, forever marking him as a man and artist. His training at the Llotja, life of Barcelona's bohemian, the Catalans friends who kept all his...
Route a la Carte: Shalom, the tragic story of Call

Route a la Carte: Shalom, the tragic story of Call

The Call of Barcelona was one of the most important Jewish neighborhoods of the peninsula during the Middle Ages, enjoying its peak at the end of segle XIV, just when it was destroyed. It shining culturally in fields such as art, philosophy, medicine...
Route a la Carte: The Hospital of the Holy Cross, the heart of monumental Raval

Route a la Carte: The Hospital of the Holy Cross, the heart of monumental Raval

El Raval was an area that housed until the second half of the eighteenth century a large number of convents and hospitals. From that time the great monumental group of the Hospital de la Santa Creu, which functioned as such until 1926 is preserved....
Route a la Carte: The unknown Gotic and the Palau and Sant Just neighborhoods

Route a la Carte: The unknown Gotic and the Palau and Sant Just neighborhoods

The sector labeled "Barri Gotic" in the historic center of Barcelona was built artificially for tourism purposes and little historical rigor on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1929, excluding a large part of the oldest part of the city: the...

SATURDAY, FROM 10:30 TO 12:30

Route a la Carte: Barcelona in Masonic Key

Route a la Carte: Barcelona in Masonic Key

What were the Masonic Lodges and what influence they have in the past in Barcelona? We intend to answer these questions by two different ways: by hitting directly the nail and visiting the Grand Lodge, and, by doing a detective tour in search of...
Route a la Carte: Castle of Santa Florentina

Route a la Carte: Castle of Santa Florentina

The castle of Santa Florentina is an old medieval building of the XIth century located in Canet de Mar), and is built on the floor of an old Roman fortification. In the sixteenth century, it passed into the hands of Dimas Muntaner, whose family ran it...
Route a la Carte: Gaudí. The Enigma of the Colonia Güell and its crypt

Route a la Carte: Gaudí. The Enigma of the Colonia Güell and its crypt

We will discover why the Güell Colony was and remains as a city’s garden ideal. Our Gaudí route will allow us to visit an exceptionally private space: The old Mr. Güell farmhouse, renovated by Gaudi, and we will enjoy his masterpiece and his experimental labo...
Route a la Carte: PobleNou, the Catalan Manchester

Route a la Carte: PobleNou, the Catalan Manchester

This is the historic neighborhood that has undergone the most radical transformation in its urban fabric: from the industrialization of the nineteenth century, time when it was known as " The Catalan Manchester " to the recovery of the waterfront and...
Route a la Carte: Santa Maria and the neighbourhood of La Ribera from its terraces

Route a la Carte: Santa Maria and the neighbourhood of La Ribera from its terraces

An unusual visit that allows us to discover the structural originality of this jewel of Catalan Gothic wandering the bowels of the buildings and walking through their roofs. Also we enjoy a new perspective about the old town of seafarers and we will finish...
Route a la Carte: The 'Indianos' and the palaces of Las Ramblas

Route a la Carte: The 'Indianos' and the palaces of Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas, the center and walk are the stage and the mirror of the "Indians" or "American" on his return. On the route of the Indians we will make a tour of the main buildings and their interiors, discovering the valuable legacy of some of the most...
Route a la Carte: The Cau Ferrat and Palau Maricel, art temples Looking to Sea

Route a la Carte: The Cau Ferrat and Palau Maricel, art temples Looking to Sea

The Cau Ferrat was much more than a home and studio of the charismatic Santiago Rusiñol, that is why also became a place of pilgrimage. The American millionaire Charles Deering had built next to the Cau, the Maricel palace,  to install its magnificent co...
Route a la Carte: The Horta Labyrinth and its music. Secret Gardens

Route a la Carte: The Horta Labyrinth and its music. Secret Gardens

Barcelona has treasures that are hidden from street view: these are "Secret Gardens", a private and peaceful world. From all these oases of peace stands out this historic garden, the Horta Labyrinth , the oldest in Barcelona. Created by the Marquis of...
Route a la Carte: The Sant Pau Hospital

Route a la Carte: The Sant Pau Hospital

The Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau is the world's largest modernist monumental group and certainly the most ambitious work of Domènech i Montaner. After four years of restoration, in 2014 it reopened its doors to the public and to allow visits ...