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Very good tour, very well paced with ample time to "check out the sights" without getting bored about being "in one place too long." Guell Park was, in my opinion, the high point of the sightseeing tour.
We enjoyed the tour very much. It is the best to see the most of Barcelona in one day and would do it again. The tour guide was very good and liked to show his home town to us.
Very good tour guide.
Gregory M S
This was a great experience, but we spent too much time over lunch at the faux Spanish village and too little time at Sagrada Familia -- not even getting inside!
A great tour taking in all the sights of the city. The tour of the Spanish Village was very interesting. Recommended to 1st-time visitors to Barcelona.
We did enjoyed the tour.Highly recommended for first time visitors
An enjoyable and informative tour. A bit tiring though in trying to cram all into a one day tour. If taken again, would probably do it in two sessions.
Good general tour, particularly if you are jet lagged and want to be active, but prefer to be led.
Tour was long but felt we saw a good part of the City of Barcelona.
Even if our guide left behind a fellow traveler and had to come back for her, the entire trip was great.
Great highlights of a beautiful area. Tour guides were outstanding.
I enjoyed the tour it was very informative. Got to see all of the city. My only complaint is that the tour guide explained everything in English, then in Spanish, then in French. So it took forever at each site. I think if it was just in English we may have seen more or covered more ground. Other than that great tour and great tour guide.
This was a great tour if you wanted too see the city and learn information, I was however a little disappointed that we didn't get to see the inside of sagrada familia and it was not included in this price, we actually had to go and pay an extra fee to skip the line and book another tour.
The guide was excellent and I really enjoyed the morning part of the trip. As an art teacher I think I should have scheduled something different for the afternoon because I really wanted more time with the works of Gaudi and that would not have suited the rest of the group. I did appreciate Antonia's depth of knowledge of and passion for her city. Sagrada Familia is amazing but seeing the cathedral and the other basilica helped me to better understand the cultural influences on Gaudi's works and that was why I was there.