Take this eight-hour guided tour of Barcelona to see some of the most well-known Gaudi's buildings. Stop for tapas and wine as you wander the Gothic Quarter's tucked-away streets.
Take a drive to Montjuc, the Olympic Games' site in 1992, to begin your tour. There, you'll be rewarded with stunning views of the city and the coast.
Drive down to Plaça Espanya and past the Modernista structures of L'Eixample after a brief stop at the Catalunya National Art Museum (MNAC).
You can reach the Sagrada Familia by ascending Passeig de Gracia, which is also the location of La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, two of Gaudi's most famous buildings in Barcelona.
You will receive a comprehensive explanation of the significance of this magnificent structure to us and what it meant to Gaudi himself prior to your tour of the Sagrada Famlia.
Get fast-track access to Gaudi's massive and incomplete Sagrada Familia so you can explore inside. In the summer, you can avoid waiting in line for up to two hours.
Continue on to the Barrio Gótic, the oldest part of the city that was still surrounded by Medieval walls as late as the middle of the 19th century, after your visit inside the church.
Take a stroll through the medieval district's winding streets. Take a look at Barcelona's Roman past all the way back to the early Middle Ages, when Catalan counts controlled the Mediterranean Sea and made Barcelona their capital.
Pay a visit to the original Roman Temple and the Jewish Quarter. Visit the magnificent Santa Maria del Mar church to conclude the morning.
Go to Park Güell, the magnificent city garden that was designed by Gaudi, after a quick lunch. Through the park, your guide will explain Gaudi's concept and show you some of his weirdest creations.
Finally, drive back to La Pedrera via Passeig de Gracia and bypass the crowds for a tour of one of the best Modernista structures ever constructed.
Your tour guide will leave you here so that you can spend as much time as you want exploring the stunning architecture, the recreated private residence from the 18th century, and the permanent exhibition in the roof attic.
- Please keep in mind that even though the activity provider has reserved a skip-the-line entrance to the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, and Park Güell for you in advance, the actual tickets must be paid for in the office before the tour begins.
- Please remember that although the activity provider had made a pre-reservation of your skip-the-line ticket to the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and La Pedrera, the tickets must be paid in the office before the tour's start
What to bring:
- Comfortable shoes
• English-speaking guide
• Reservation for the skip-the-line tickets to Sagrada Family, Parc Güell, and La Pedrera (paid for on the day of the tour)
• Transportation in an air-conditioned minibus
• Entrance Tickets
See some of the most famous Gaudí landmarks. Walk down hidden streets in the Gothic Quarter, and stop to taste local tapas and wine.
Calle Palau de la Musica, 1, 08011.