Barcelona modern architecture and city development tour

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A smart city in coexistence with the neighborhoods of industrial heritage attracts visionaries of the tech tomorrow alongside architects traveling in to consider past Barcelona revelation. Fascination in the motivational beach metropolis continues to direct many to achieve,so breaking the day for a high-tech menu in support of an innovative local tech cafe is an appropriate stop. Disembark the clean transportation delivering you to museum and monument beside the area of green construction adjacent to jugendstil as we reach toward an updated 22@ tech community in the Poblenou on a Catalan enlightenment and modernism quest.

4 hours

Points of Interest

Agbar Tower
Port Olympic


Private vehicle with chauffeur
Certified guide in the chosen language
Design Museum entrance
Modernism Museum entrance
Traditional local lunch service


Torre de Comunicacions de Montjuïc Mercat de la Barceloneta
Santa Caterina Market Peix Olímpic Frank Gehry
Agbar Tower Torre Telefonica Diagonal

How it works


Available all year.
Flexible starting time.

Languages: English, Chinese, Russian, French, German, Italian, Japanese,

Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, Catalan and, Spanish.

If the desired language is not mentioned, please contact us directly under

Length: 4 hours
Private transportation throughout the tour.
Departure points:

Meet & greet by a personal guide at the location of choice.

Accessible for visitors with reduced mobility.
Book and pay online.
Access e-mailed voucher including detailed itinerary
Print voucher.
Exchange Point: At the chosen location, simply hand the voucher to the guide.
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Agbar Tower Barcelona

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Barceloneta Market Barcelona

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Forum Building Barcelona

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MontjuÏc Communications Tower

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Peix Olimpic Frank Gehry
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Mercado de Santa Caterina Barcelona
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Diagonal Zero Zero Barcelona

The Torre Agbar. A 38-story skyscraper located within the gateway tech capital of Barcelona the @22 district. Currently in transformation by the Hyatt Hotel group, reopening shortly as a 5 star GL hotel. Location: Sant Marti. Construction: (1999-2004). Architect: Jean Nouvel.
Mercat de la Barceloneta. A market located in the la Barceloneta neighbourhood. Possibly the earliest site of a covered market in Barcelona. Original iron work construction dating back to 1884. Location: Ciutat Vella. Remodeling: (2005-2007). Architect: Josep Miàs.
The Forum Building. Containing Museu Blau de les Ciències Naturals. A relatively new landmark in Barcelona. Part of the ongoing redevelopment of the Poblenou area. The technically progressive @22 district. Location: Sant Marti. Architect: Jacques Herzog. Pierre de Meuron.
The Torre Telefónica. Communications Tower located on mount Monjuïc was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. Representing an Olympic athlete carrying the Olympic flame. A tradition introduced by Carl Diem. Location: Sants-Montjuïc. Construction: (1989-1992). Architect: Santiago Calatrava.
Peix. (Fish). By Frank Gehry. A symbol of post-olympic Barcelona. Shimmering in the Mediterranean sun. Boldly presiding over the coastline upon which the Olympic Marina stands. Location: Sant Marti. Construction: (1992). Designer: Frank Gehry.
The Santa Catarina Market, Barcelona's first covered food market has a wooden roof decorated by coloured ceramic mosaic pieces. Representing fruit and vegetables. The structure is considered a break from traditional market design. Location: Ciutat Vella. Construction: (1845 and renovation finished 2005). Architect: Enric Miralles.Benedetta Tagliabue (Renovation).
Diagonal ZeroZero. A 24 floor skyscraper measuring in at 110m (360 ft). Designed by EMBA Estudi Massip-Bosch Arquitectes. A Barcelona based practice culpable for a range of inspiring international architectural works. Location: Sant Marti. Construction: (2008-2011). Architect: Estudi Massip-Bosch Arquitectes.

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