31 reviews of Gaudí’s La Pedrera at Night: A Behind-Closed-Doors Tour in Barcelona
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Reviewed by Natasha R, August 2012
Excellent tour of the La Pedrera with a Champaign toast to end the fantastic night. Guide was informative as well as interesting. A warning to "gentle walkers" however, there are many steps as well as the steps being uneven and unpredictable. Those with good vision and average step climbing ability should have no problem.
Reviewed by Blanca, United Kingdom, June 2012
Reviewed by MR K M, April 2013
Its a great way to see La Pedrera without the daytime crowds . Don't miss it !!
Reviewed by Barbara J, April 2013
Really nice tour as the group was really small and got to see the building from its evening perspective. It was an English tour given by someone whose English was not very good, so a bit disappointing from that standpoint, but the building and views of the city more than made up for it.
Reviewed by ROGER K, April 2013
The ides of having a private evening tour for La Pedrera, is excellent
The whole tour is very good except for tour guide voice was a bit low so we could not hear clearly (Low tone) her comments
Receptionnist at check in is bit rude (Actually this is what we have noticed at most of our tours, we felt as if we r not welcomed, They give u the impression that u r bothering them. Maybe they r not aware that we r the guests not the staff which is very weird
Reviewed by Suzanne H, April 2013
Was a very nice tour, especially the night effects, worth doing
Reviewed by andrew m, Australia, October 2012
It was fantastic to see close-up the Gaudi "sculptures" on the roof of Casa Mila, and learn the history of its conception and inception - the Secrets aspects were a bit hammed up though. Tour guide was very informative and her English excellent. A smaller group (half the size) would have been more appropriate for the spaces we visited. The glass of Cava at the end was a nice finish to an enjoyable evening.
Reviewed by ROSE0411, September 2012
We did the night tour, and it was a really lovely experience. Our guide Nadia was very jolly and as usual with these guides, she had excellent English. She was very enthusiastic about Gaudi and knew a lot about the building.
Seeing it at night, especially the roof top with the views over Barcelona was really lovely. We had a glass of cava at the end of the tour which was so relaxing. Would definitely recommend this tour, especially after a hot busy day of sightseeing.
Reviewed by Dawn K, April 2013
would have liked more time to explore the roof
drinks at the end unnecessary - would have been better to have not been rushed through every room
Reviewed by Jason C, April 2013
The property itself had some nice features, but our tour was WAY overcrowded (with about 35 people participating, 20 of which were high school kids) so we could barely hear and oftentimes even see the tour guide as she led us through some pretty confined spaces and presented...Also, the "night" option is DOUBLE the cost (of an all ready pricey tour) and really only included some cheesy lighting and a "plot" that added nothing positive to the experience...The highlight for us was the rooftop, which did have some very nice views and architecture, but, overall, we thought the tour was over-priced and over-hyped, with most of the previously posted positive reviews on here not resonating...
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