We will step soon into Barri Gòtic through the hidden passage that connects yesterday and today, go through Santa Anna's church, Romans tombs, the chocolate street, the mikvas. It's the medieval maze populated with narrow alleys, jews tombstones, shaded plazas and centuries-old legends. I'll take you to the…
Entrance to the Old Synagogue
I'm a fashionable peculiar human being that happens to be a hell of a playful guide, who is in love with her city and want to show my favourite places, others peculiar and also most iconic... I studied architecture, Management&Design, and fashion, to which devoted myself for several years working in Spain, Italy, and Japan. I always loved to listen to stories and history, then I discovered that telling them is even more fun, so many years ago I started to research about culture, fashion, architecture, traditions, etc. The best that I do? Make people enjoy their time with me.
Font de Canaletes, entrance to the old town. Casa de la Misericordia, an institution from the XVIto protect those inhabitants of the city who lived in poverty. Torn dels Infant Orfens, the hospice of the House of Mercy. Hospital de la Santa Creu, first of the city. Salomo Bet Adret. Main street of el Call. Sinagoga Major de Barcelona. The Hebrew Tombstones. Female and male Mikhva. Carrer Marlet, a medieval inscription from rabbi Samuel Hass
The Synagogue is closed on Saturday because of the Sabbath. Contact me if you don't find any available date, I'll try to arrange it Wear comfortable shoes and prepare to enjoy the journey