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Rainbow Barcelona – LGBT’s Best Tour Guide!

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Sometimes you just fancy heading on a holiday that caters to your personal needs, especially if you’re a part of the LGBT community. Maybe you want to know where all the best gay bars are, or you might want to find out about the gay history in particular? Well, if Barcelona is a place you’re wanting to visit, look no further than the Rainbow Barcelona team.

Noted as the first private gay tour company in Spain, they offer a unique look at Barcelona life, and also have a section for Accessible Tourism, offering tours in Barcelona suitable for slow walkers and wheelchair users. They have a large emphasis on LGBT life in Barcelona, with tours to areas such as the gayfriendly towns of the Catalan seacoast: Sitges. A former fisher village only half an hour from Barcelona, famous for its Carnival, beaches, modernist buildings, cultural heritage, night life and for its gay environment.

With plenty of different routes available, you can visit some of the most important monuments like Paseo de Gracia, Cataluña square, las Ramblas, el Parc Güell, la Sagrada Familia, Montjuic Mountain, the Gothic quarter or the port area, plus many others. Each tour also offers experiences and activities such as personal shopper services for him and for her, a Cooking Class, a Balloon experience, a Wine tour and a Tapas tour, because you don’t want to miss out on the fantastic Mediterranean cuisine.

If you want a fresh and unique holiday that knows where places are that you want to visit that are LGBT-based, then Rainbow Barcelona is for you. It isn’t a package holiday for those who only want to cruise and party (though you can take the Night Tour if you want which focuses on the hottest LGBT bars for him and her), and is more for those who want to have an exciting holiday as well as learning about the LGBT history at your own pace. There is no rushing about, waiting in long queues or being hurried!

With a team that can speak Spanish, English, Catalan, French, German, Italian and Portuguese – you’ll know that you’re in good hands no matter if you’re local or from abroad. Oh, and you even get free Wi-fi during the tour. You can’t grumble at that!

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