Passeig de Gracia is one of the most significant avenues in Barcelona. In addition to being home to some of the most celebrated architecture in the city, it is considered to be the most expensive street in all of Spain. Originally known as Carni de ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
February 2014

Excellent. A "must be done" tour. No hassle, no fuss, skip the line at all attractions visited, and Lidia, our guide, an excellent companion. A lot of details, history, art details, catalan insight, all what you need to know to see and understand below the image.
In one word, EXCELLENT!! A VIP tour, no looking for bus station, because pick-up is from your hotel, drop-off at same location, or where you want. No "hurry-up" gathering for "the group", no hassle due "late group members" because you have this tour only for you. Price is right for what you get. Indicated for families or small group of friends, but not more than 6-8 persons. We were 4, and it was amazing.
Thanks Lidia for all what we learned about "Castellunia" (land of castells) and local history.
Muchas gracias por todo! Sorin

Doing what: Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Private Tour including Sagrada Familia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2013

The best way the see the main sights in one day!!! The tour started early with an orientation and trip to Monjuic - here, I wish we had a little time to stop at the Poble Espanyol.... but we were rewarded instead with plenty of time at the Sagrada Familia. The walking tour was very informative and I feel like we saw some little corners of Barcelona that I would have missed otherwise. After lunch, we went on to Parque Guell and La Pedrera, ending our day in the Eixample's main shopping street, the Passeig de Gracia. Our guide, Jordi was great. Can't wait to go back to Barcelona!!!!

Doing what: Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Tour including Sagrada Familia

3 star rating: Worth doing
August 2013

We did the full day tour. The tour hits many highlights, so a great way to see Barcelona if you only have limited time. The morning tour did not go along Passeig de Gracia, Casa Battlo and Casa Mila as advertised, or if so it wasn't pointed out to us. My only comment pertains to the morning -- it was a long morning with no café break, and everyone - those finishing the half-day tour and those continuing - were craving for lunch an hour before the tour ended.

Doing what: Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Tour including Sagrada Familia

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
March 2013

This tour is a must for all first time Barcelona visitors. It was very comprehensive, detailed and enjoyable. Our guide Fabian was great, his knowledge of Barcelona's history is impressive. He was super friendly and approachable and we felt comfortable with him and his english was excellent. I would recommend the full day tour which took us to places like Parc Guell, Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, Jewish quarters, Barri Gotic, MontJuic, Passeig De Gracia and much more. Please note the full day tour ends at La Pedrera so you have to make your way home from there. Overall we learnt a great deal of Catalunya's history from an amazing guide.

Doing what: Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Tour including Sagrada Familia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
November 2012

Viator tour was great! Friendly guide full of suggestions and tips. Was worth the price when we skipped the line at Sagrada Familia which was stretched around two blocks in the hot sun! We would not have had time to see anything else in Barcelona!
Tour of Gaudi highlights was well-paced and inclusive. Felt we got our moneys worth and then some! Came to Barcelona on our own before joining another 14 day tour of Spain. Viator made sure we saw the must-see sights and saved us time just blundering around on our own.
Only criticism was not being returned to starting point of our tour which was near our hotel. We did walk down Passeig de Gracia about six blocks and viewed another Gaudi masterpiece, Casa Batllo, on the way to our hotel-tired but content. Great guide! Barcelona was our favorite city of our Spanish tour.

Doing what: Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Tour including Sagrada Familia

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