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Guide was very knowledgeable the tour was enjoyable and different,
A great tour with a great guide. We had been to La Pedrera during the day on a previous trip, but the night version is so much more interesting! The night pictures - especially with La Sagrada Familia in the background - are spectacular! Highly recommended. And the sweets and "cava" at the end were a nice touch.
This is a great tour and I'd highly recommend this one. Very professional tour and not to miss while you're in Barcelona.
Good but not great. Guide knowledgeable but sometimes hard to understand. The inside is not quite as Gaudi as one might have expected. The roof however does make the experience worthwhile and the view is great.I wouild give the tour four stars but if so you cannot read it as it will be hidden back behind the five star reviews and therefore not worth reviewing.
When you have visited Casa Batllo during normal hours, you know that this opportunity to explore Gaudi's work at a limited group size is a fantastic opportunity. I had silently hoped the cava would be served on the terrace, but the air conditioned room might not have been a bad idea given the heat and humidity.
Was very interesting and the night shadows of the structures were incredible.
We loved this tour! It was extremely informative and a great introduction to Gaudi. Our guide Ariana was wonderful. Highly recommend.
This is a must see....especially at night. It's even better at night because it's beautifully lit at night. The night we were there just happened to be a holiday, so there were fireworks going off all over the city! Beautiful!
Very nice and intimate tour of the building at night. A beautiful view of the city at night. It was so interesting to hear about how the building came to be, and the reactions of the family who commissioned this from Gaudi. The cava and dessert at the end of the tour was a very pleasant ending. The second video was a little odd, she introduced by saying it was about Gaudi and his artistic ideas for architecture...but it was merely a montage of nature photos and such...so kind of a letdown.
What a wonderful way to explore the beauty that is La Pedrera!!! I was on the 9:15pm tour which was great, you get to see the building in some daylight and the night as well which makes for great photos. The group numbers aren't too large which was a blessing and discovering La Pedrera at night allows you to avoid vast numbers of tourists which are outside the building during the day. The tour guide was great and managed to keep the group moving along while patiently waiting for people to take photos.
I thoroughly enjoyed this tour and would highly recommend it, especially to architecture/design/art/Gaudi lovers :)
The guide was thorough and the evening schedule made everything come alive as the lights highlighted the features of the building. The view of the city lights was beautiful from the roof. The roof was an adventure, like a child's playground with a GREAT fence for anyone afraid of heights. There was an elevator. Cava and sweets were served at the end of the tour in the atrium. LOVELY and more than we expected.