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  • Medieval dinner and show in Palau Requesens.

    Medieval dinner and show in Palau Requesens.

    Join our historians for a tour of Palau Requesens (14th C.), who will explain the fascinating life of Isabel de Requesens, the Vice-Reine of Naples, and everything they know about the Palace. For the first time the watchtower and the terrace will be open to visitors, with views over the whole Gothic Quarter.
    The evening begins in the Palace courtyard with a welcome glass of cava followed by a guided tour of the building,
    A dinner of medieval inspiration, served in the Tinellet room to the sounds of soft medieval music, will make you feel like an honored guest of the Vice-Reine.
    After dinner, the show recreates the kind of medieval entertainment that Isabel de Requesens might have offered to her most illustrious guests.

    An unmissable experience!

  • Guided tours of Palau Requesens

    Guided tours of Palau Requesens

    Come and discover Palau Requesens and all the history of this magnificent building and its architecture, built on top of one of the original towers of Barcelona's Roman walls We'd also like to introduce Isabel de Requesens, the Vice-Reine of Naples, and how she lived at that time. We start the tour with a glass of cava in the central courtyard and finish with a swordfight!

    Come and immerse yourself in the experience!

  • The Jews in medieval Barcelona

    The Jews in medieval Barcelona

    After several years of preparation and research, and with a dozen experts involved, the Museu d'història of the city is offering "The Jews in medieval Barcelona", an exhibition which shows the history and heritage they left the city. To do this, the exhibition is structured in three spheres: the topography of the Call (the Jewish Quarter), which includes a guide to locate the most significant points; the history of the Call, focused on life in this quarter around 1300, and lastly the cultural legacy of the Call, and specifically on three of the most outstanding people to live there: Abraham bar Hiyya, Salomó ben Adret and Hasday Cresques.

  • La Rambla

    La Rambla

    Barcelona wouldn’t be Barcelona without the Rambla. A wander up and down this famous boulevard is a ritual well worth observing. Just soak up the atmosphere and admire the buildings, from the Canaletes fountain to the Columbus Monument, which connect the old and modern city with places like Liceu and Boqueria. A walk through the life and history of the city.

  • Medieval Route

    Medieval Route

    A visit to medieval Barcelona is one of the most fascinating city itineraries. The power wielded by the Crown of Catalonia and Aragon over the Mediterranean during the Middle Ages has left a valuable legacy of palazzos, churches and civic buildings. Most of them can be found in the old town, Ciutat Vella.

  • Museums

    Museums

  • A day in Barcelona

    A day in Barcelona

    Capturing the essence of Barcelona in just one day is rather a tall order, but your efforts will be amply rewarded. Guaranteed!

  • Barcelona

    The 11 counties in Barcelona province offer you a whole host of possibilities so that you can enjoy leisure, culture and nature.

  • Girona

    Girona

    Surreal experiences, exceptional witnesses to Greek and Roman civilisations, more than 100 km of ski slopes, enchanted lakes, medieval villages, havens for scuba divers, volcanoes among legendary beech woods, seaside villages and 200 km of beaches and coves that have captivated a plethora of European avant-garde artists await you in the counties of Girona. Make sure you don't miss it!

  • Tarragona

    Tarragona city, the capital of the Costa Daurada, is a city that grew out of the sea. 92 km south of Barcelona, showcases a roman legacy which has been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco

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