Numbers are limited to 12 on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll see everything with personalized attention from your guide.
- Full-day Barcelona and Montserrat tour with hotel pickup
- See top city attractions like Annela Olímpica (Barcelona’s Olympic stadium) on Montjuic hill
- Admire Antoni Gaudi architecture around the city, including La Sagrada Familia amd Casa Batlló
- Enjoy a skip-the-line tour of Park Güell while in Barcelona
- Walk through Montserrat National Park and marvel at the breathtaking views
- Visit Santa Maria de Montserrat and learn of its status as a major Christian pilgrimage site
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures a more personalized experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
A full-day adventure that covers both the best of Barcelona and the ruggedly spectacular Montserrat pilgrimage site! Limited to a dozen people, it's our only Barcelona sightseeing tour that includes hotel pickup.
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What You Can Expect
Barcelona is famous for its links to Antoni Gaudi – Spain’s celebrated Modernist architect – and the city is scattered with his highly acclaimed works. Stop outside for a panoramic visit to one of his more extraordinary creations -- the still-unfinished La Sagrada Familia cathedral -- and then pose for photos outside Casa Batlló with its eye-catching exterior.
Travel along the glitzy shopping strip of Passeig de Gracia, passing other architectural sites of interest like Casa Amataller and Casa Morera, and then head to Gaudi’s Park Güell. Make your way past the long entrance lines with your skip-the-line ticket and then spend some time exploring with your guide. Easily one of the most impressive public spaces in the world, the gardens are said to encapsulate Gaudi’s creative genius with an abundance of colorful mosaics and intriguing gatehouses.
After a break for lunch (own expense), hop back on board your minibus and travel west to Montserrat, the craggy mountain in the middle of Spain’s first national park. Walk through the park and learn about the area’s history, and head inside Santa Maria de Montserrat, the beautiful Benedictine abbey and basilica where thousands of Christian pilgrims have journeyed over the centuries. Learn about the Virgin of Montserrat (known as the Black Virgin) and take in incredible views toward Barcelona. If you’re lucky, you may catch a performance by La Escalonia – the oldest children’s choir in Europe – who performs regularly here.
Return to Barcelona by minibus, and finish your tour back at your central hotel or cruise port in the early evening.
Small tour, with a great tour guide Gemma. She was very knowledgable and engaging throughout the tour! This is a MUST, wouldn't have been able to get around Barce like this on my own. On your own time get to the Gothic Quarter and go to the Picasso museum.
very good day, nice tour in the city before going to Montserrat.
The place is really amazing, with a nice atmosphere,
our guide Eva was very good.