Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Gaudí’s La Pedrera at Night: A Behind-Closed-Doors Tour in Barcelona. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I highly recommend this night tour which apart from avoiding the hustle and bustle of day time crowds, gives a fantastic opportunity to take great photos within the small group taken round. This building is absolutely beautiful and looking around at night takes it to a new dimension. Only small negative was that we felt the guide rushed things at certain times however this did not spoil what was a great night to remember.
Our guide, Arcadi was wonderful. He was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. It was great to learn about the history of this important building in Barcelona. It was nice to visit at night because we were just a small group. The ending with a glass of cava (sparkling wine) was a plus.
Wow wow wow. We've been before in the day. But night time tour was out of this world. Almost magical. You really must do this your. Only about 30-40 people with your personal guide. We didn't wanna leave. Even the teenagers loved it !!!
Excellent tour. To see this building at night is definitely worth it!
Loved the tour; not a solitary problem, except the 9:15 p.m. start time, but that is almost a non-issue.
It was really interesting and beautiful at night Highly recommended!
This tour exceded my expectations. The special effects are a fun touch the view from the roof is spectacular and the apartment is stunning. We especially liked the light show projected at the end the Cava was the icing on the cake!
Brilliant tour. Ariadna was our guide and she was fabulous, it rounded off what had been a slightly traumatic evening with something spectacular. I hadn't realised what a genius Gaudi was until this tour and it made me enjoy Sagrada even more the next day. Well worth it!
Worth the price and the quality of the visit. An intimate and quiet tour in the entreaguing Gaudí mansion with a very sympathetic guide (Oriol). It is perfect for peopole like me who dont want to line up before getting in or wait for the area to be clear to take a picture.
Th only thing is that in winter they put the heat on inside the house and then when you reach the rooftop it gets cold (especially if you take the stairs).