Yan Pekar -A Jewish tour guide specialising in private Jewish heritage and secular sightseeing tours in Barcelona and Girona.
Dominique Tomasov Blinder,
architect dedicated exclusively to Jewish heritage, research, protection, teaching, conferences and consulting.
Given their commitment to local Jewish life, their programs combine history, topicality and opinion.
Languages: Spanish, English, French, Catalan
Urban Cultours project
Adi mahler - born in Denmark, brought up in Israel ,graduate of history and geography from tel Aviv university, has been living in Barcelona since 2009 and have been doing Jewish tours for 12 years
+34 633 40 01 42
There are city buses
A subway called Metro
Light Rail called Tranvia
You can download the application of Cabify for taxis
Getting around from the airport to the city centre
The easy way is to take a taxi car, taxi to the Ramblas area is a cost of 35 euros
Another option-there's a shuttle to the airport "Aerobas"
That reaches up to Catalunya Square it has a cost of 6 euros, goes out of Terminal 1
Internet & SIM - there is a Vodafone store in the airport that sells 5G sim in 10 euros, there are various branches in the city as well
Tax Free- How it works: Every store you buy asks for a FREE TAX form.
The form will be registered with the name of the company that should return your money: Global Blue, Global Exchange are both major.
There is a priority to do it at the airport:
Approach the machine and register the receipts. Remember that at the end there is no reception, so make sure everything is accepted. After a Passport review you can go to the company's stand and give only relevant receipts for each company. The stalls are right after the passport check. One after the other.
Embassy Address: Gran via de carles lll,94