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Walking History Tour of Barcelona's Jewish Quarter

  • Gain insight into the city’s rich cultural heritage with visits to less well known sites, including a recently discovered ‘mikve’
  • Benefit from your private guide’s undivided attention and expertise, learning more about the historic locations visited
  • Be immersed the Jewish Quarter’s ancient architecture as you stroll the city streets by foot
Walking History Tour of Barcelona's Jewish Quarter
From US$ 160.20
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Barcelona boasts many significant attractions, but its less well known Jewish history offers valuable insight into the city’s cultural heritage. Learn more with a private walking tour of the Catalonian capital, and visit some of its most significant Jewish landmarks, including the Ancient Synagogue, former Synagogue Poca, and a ‘mikve’, or medieval ceremonial bath. Enjoy the undivided attention of your private guide and avoid hidden costs with entrance fees included.
What to Expect

Begin your tour in the center of the historic Jewish Quarter. Walk with your personal guide to the Ancient Synagogue of Barcelona, and visit the house of Rabbi Shlomo ben Aderet. Stroll by the old gates and wall, and view the former Synagogue Poca, now a church.

Wander on to the historic Plaza del Rey, the site where Columbus announced his “discovery” of a New World, and as you stroll, notice the many Hebrew inscriptions throughout the city, many hidden in plain sight. Locate the sites of 3 former synagogues, before visiting the city’s dedication to Samuel Hasefardi. Explore the newly discovered medieval 'mikve', a ceremonial Jewish bath, before concluding your tour in the Placa de Sant Jaume.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fascinating, interesting and enlightening!

Our tour with David was interesting and enlightening. We learned so much - about the history of Barcelona in general, and about the Jewish Quarter in particular. David was so patient with our many questions. The other couple in the group was also interesting and...More

Thank atreitel
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile
Two hour tour

This was my second time doing this tour and I have to say it is just incredible. The tour guides are educated historians and fantastic story tellers. Teresa fully engaged us and gave us a wonderful picture in our imagination of what life must’ve been...More

Thank Ginny P
Reviewed 6 May 2018
Teresa is an amazing guide

Teresa brought to life the history of the Jewish people in Barcelona. Her depth of knowledge and the way she explained the history was brilliant.

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 4 May 2018
Walking through the Jewish past in Barcelona

Teresa met us on the edge of the Call (Jewish Quarter) and walked us through, giving us local color and Jewish history in a warm and interesting manner. We visited the Synagogue Museum, saw where persecutions took place, and where the famous disputation between Nachmanides...More

Thank markinRB
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile
Jewish walking tour

We had a great guide. Adi bought to life a community that doesn’t exist anymore and showed us remnants of that jewish community from the 12 and 13 centuries before they were slaughtered and driven out of Barcelona or forced to convert. We walked The...More

Thank claireellman
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10 June 2018|
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Response from Mark S | Reviewed this property |
2 hours and our guide was amazing!
3 May 2018|
Response from EllenBen | Reviewed this property |
We met the guide at 10 AM, but I think you can request another time. Adi was great...highly recommended.