Welcome to the first of hopefully a few post on my amazing trip to Spain last Fall. Soon after returning from Spain I became pregnant with my first child. With all the hoopla and "infanticipation", I let my beloved blog fall by the waste side......temporarily. As I type, I am in the room with a beautiful sleeping 12 week old princess we call Heléna and I've decided to take this stolen moment to continue to share my collected experiences. Better late than never! I have so much to share with you all.
As you may know, I am a huge proponent of solo traveling! I traveled to Spain solo but I will admit the biggest downfall of traveling by oneself is you don't have many pictures that capture you experiencing the magical moments of your journey. You either end up with selfies or awkward pictures taken by other tourist or locals. Hey beggers can't be choosers! While preparing for my trip to Spain I fantasized of being Beyoncé and having a photographer travel with me to help me document my adventure. I thought "there should be some type of photoshoot tour!" Well, there is! Enter Photoshoot tours in Barcelona!
Photoshoot Tours is an amazing company that offers tours of neighborhoods in Barcelona combined with an amazing photoshoot. Neighborhoods toured are the Gothic Quarter, El Born, and Park Güel. I chose the fantastic Gothic Quarter which is part of the old city and therefore full of rich, vibrant history, On the tours travelers have an opportunity to learn about a neighborhood or two and have their adventures captured and memorialized forever! The tours are a favorite of honeymooners and families but I highly suggest it for solo travelers. There is something so cosmopolitan about having a private tour guide/professional photographer accompany you for a few hours during your travels. Enjoy a few shots from my fantastic photoshoot tour!
Photoshoot Tours- Filma-T Produccions SCP C/ Baixada Caçador 2, baixos 08002 Barcelona
Cost: Starting at 100 euros. I got the 100 euro package which included a 2 hour tour and over 70 pictures. I consider it a steal!