By the hand of our expert guide, we will discover the most important medieval neighbourhoods: the Gothic Quarter and La Ribera. A charming itinerary full of narrow streets, hidden squares and stunning corners bonding present and past. During the first part of the tour we will explore the main monuments of this period, like for example La Plaza Sant Jaume (Saint James’s Square), political core of the city, or The Plaza del Rey (King’s Square), seat of counts and kings from the Crown of Aragon. We will also discover the Cathedral of Barcelona (Catedral de la Santa Cruz y de Santa Eulalia), built between the XIII and XV centuries. Following, we will cross Vía Laietana to get into the old quarter of La Ribera, place where traders, sailors and artisans settled during the medieval times. As could not be otherwise, we will visit the famous church of Santa María del Mar, undoubtedly one of the most incredible examples of Gothic Catalan architecture of the city.