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Meet our Leading Walkers

Hi walkers!

Today we want to share with you some more personal details about our guides.

All of them have something special to tell us, so we consider important to share with you, Walkers!

Let’s begin with Joan Vitòria.


Here you can see him in full action!

“Architecture and urban development can not be understood without knowing the history, culture and society of the place. Therefore, I propose itineraries with a great deal of information on these issues and making leaps forward (forward) and backward (to the past), which allows to understand the context of each building and why its main features.

Not interested in memorizing facts but understanding the why of things. From this premise, raise itineraries to make people reflect and provide context everything that visit. So when I do not get much in architectural details or technical, but, however, I rather focus on the history, culture and society, both local and universal.”


Joan Vitòria i Codina

Studies in Barcelona and Berlin. Architect by ETSAB-UPC (2001).
Co-founder of El globus vermell (2009).
Co-curator of the exhibition “Sensible matter. Young catalan architects”.
Professor in Project Design at the ESARQ-UIC (2007-2013).
Co-organizer of the Foros ESARQ (2007-2013).
He has worked on his own and also for several architecture offices in Barcelona and Paris.

Usually he leads our walking tours:


BARCELONA & GAUDI a great start to discover the genius of Gaudí.

BARCELONA & THE FUTURE CITY walk through the smart city looking for our Future.

But we remind you that we also have this other walking tours

BARCELONA & THE URBANISM travel with us to the origins of the modern Barcelona.

BARCELONA & THE SEA  discover Barcelona through its architecture.

BARCELONA & THE MARKET see Barcelona through the eyes of Enric Miralles.

Come on guys come and walk with us and live a refreshing experience!!!




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