Historical walks through the 20th century Barcelona
A route along Passeig de Gràcia and into the Eixample Dret neighbourhood before ending at Plaça de la Universitat, the scene of grave confrontations, during both the Civil War and the dictatorship.
Gòtic & Raval
A tour of the centre of Barcelona to visit key sites during the times of the Civil War, the Franco dictatorship and the democratic transition.
A walk around working-class Gràcia, noting the marks left by the Civil War and the democratic transition, ending at a monument whose significance has changed over time.
A route around one of the more hilly districts in the city, commanding superb views over Barcelona from Turó de la Rovira hill, where we can see the remains of an anti-aircraft battery built here during the Civil War.
Les Corts & Eixample esquerre
A walk around two Barcelona neighbourhoods to visit, amongst other sites, two prisons: one now closed, the other still in use.
Ribera & Barceloneta
This walk leads us to one of the most feared detention centres during the Franco dictatorship and to the coastal Barceloneta neighbourhood, which was badly damaged by air raid bombing during the Civil War.
We visit working-class Sant Martí to see the factories where major strikes broke out, and the shooting range where hundreds of political prisoners were killed.
A route to discover how the working classes built the revolution during the Civil War and how the Franco dictatorship repressed women who did not accept its doctrines.
A long route that leads us to visit an air-raid shelter, the castle where Lluís Companys was executed by firing squad and churches in which the working classes organised their struggle against the Franco regime.
A walk around the heights of Barcelona that will take us from the monastery where the Democratic Students Union was founded during the dictatorship to the parish church where the director of a well-known newspaper severely insulted the Catalan people.
A route that reveals how the neighborhood struggle transformed this district, tells us why
there is a place dedicated to the Republic and ends in a viewpoint with stunning views