Barcelona is one of the most visited cities on the planet. This popularity means it is hard to escape overcrowded and super touristy areas. This tour is for travellers who want to experience the beauty of the old medieval town while also having an authentic local experience. We will explore El Born, one of the most visually stunning neighbourhoods. What makes this tour special is the intimacy of walking quieter, peaceful, and atmospheric streets with less tourists, less microphones, less souvenir shops. We prioritize sustainable tourism - protecting the integrity of Barcelona and avoiding a 'Disneyland' feel. As a team of professional guides we will inspire in you a love for Barcelona while seeing some breathtaking buildings and sharing the historical emotional rollercoaster. Along the way we will visit a local cafe for the best coffee in Barcelona, we will visit a local non-touristy market where you can get delicious and cheap tapas, and a local bakery for some award-winning sweets.
Being the original and most experienced tour operator in the region, Wineglass Bay Tours have the greatest depth of knowledge, experience and rapport with the local communities.Our guides are truly locals. Tasmanians who love sharing our beautiful island home with visitors and sharing not only the secrets and tales of the East Coast, but also sharing more information about Tasmania in general, including what it is like to live in such a remote, natural part of the world.Our tour provides the greatest variety of options with regard to food and drinks. Bring your own, grab a cheap snack from the Coles Bay supermarket, feast on a seafood banquet at Tasmania's most acclaimed oyster and mussel farm (Freycinet Marine Farm), etc. Ice-creamery and cafe stops at the end of the tour.Complimentary Souvenir Photo taken at Wineglass Bay Lookout and emailed after the tour.Complimentary Drinking WaterFree Wifi DVD fitted bus with a personalised Tasmanian documentary shown during the long drive
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Tim Bisley (Pegg) and Daisy Steiner (Stevenson) are two London twenty-somethings who meet by chance in a cafe while both are flat-hunting. Despite barely knowing each other, they conspire to pose as a young professional couple in order to meet the requisites of an advertisement for a relatively cheap flat in the distinctive building at 23 Meteor Street, Tufnell Park, which is owned by and also houses the landlady, Marsha Klein (Julia Deakin). Also in the building is Brian Topp (Mark Heap), an eccentric conceptual artist who lives and works on his various pieces in the ground floor flat. Frequent visitors are Tim's best friend, Mike Watt (Nick Frost) who ends up becoming a lodger after Marsha's daughter Amber "flies the nest", and Daisy's best friend, Twist Morgan (Katy Carmichael).