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This was one of the highlights of our time in Barcelona. We would recommend this to all lovers of art. It is a uniquely intimate view into one artists life and work.
Very extensive, Dali's Museum, his home town, his extraordinary house. Time for nice lunch on the beach.
This was a fascinating insight into the life of Salvador Dali.
The tour had more people than we expected for a Small Group Tour of about 20, but the Friday tour was cancelled due to a bus break-down.
The guide was an expert on Dali and gave us a wonderful understanding of this unique character and his wife.
There was an option to also visit Dali's home nearby, which most of the group took up at 11 euro's extra.
This was a very worthwhile add-on.
Anna was a great tour guide and showed a great deal of passion about Dali. She provided lots details and insight throughout the trip. She was a pleasure to spend the day with.
Jeff and Darlene Shaw (USA)
Brilliant day trip, the guide Enrique was excellent and gave a good insight into the character of Dali. The museum in Figueres, lunch stop by the sea at Cadaques and the Dali house at Port Lligat were the highlight of our stay in Barcelona.
In spite of the travel time, especially over the hills to Cadaques, it was a grande tour. Never enough time in the museum but did get to see and experience much of what I'd hoped to. Anna was a grand guide, and her colleague, Lydia, as well. Being able to visit Dali's seaside home is a great plus.
Our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. Both the museum and the house were spectacular, although different in tone. I felt that the museum was crowded and had sensory overload by the end, and the house had more of a quiet sense of serenity. However, I enjoyed both very much. It was a full day, but worth the experience.
I thoroughly enjoyed this trip and a MUST for Dali's fans:) The museum is a testament to his genius and his house at Port Lligat offers a peep into this genius!
The beach at Cadaques is tranquil. The Cap de Creus National Park is truly a gem!
Our guide was warm, friendly and so determined that we should know all about Dali and the places he loved! A wonderful guide!
This was the most interesting day of our two weeks in Spain, with each of the three stops bearing its own fascination, and the tour guide was absolutely charming. The Dali Museum was full of surprises, even to one so familiar with his work, and his house simply spewed with his boundless and unbridled imagination, offering new appreciation for this most unique artist and intellect. In between, we enjoyed our tastiest meal in Spain at a lovely seaside spot in Cadaques. All in all, a great day.
Guide provided such good information. Would recommend this tour to others.
This is a worthwhile tour even if Salvador Dali is not your farourite artist . Guide was knowledgeable about the life of Dali and a good driver along this windy route . Dali's former home was an interesting excursion into how the man lived with windows designed to frame the fishing village setting and well organised so visitors don't feel crowded.We were blessed with a glorious sunny day and took advice from our guide about where to dine...great seafood and perfect setting. The Dali Museum was crowded with exuberant teenagers and not my favourite part of this tour.
Excellent tour. Jordi was pleasant, personable, knowledgeable and an overall terrific guide. As we are train travelers, it would have been difficult to see Cadaques on our own. Given limited time in Barcelona, this tour was a great option. The Dali Museum was, in my opinion, well worth a visit - very fun and a highlight for us
Anna was an excellent guide and went beyond the call of duty! She had interesting information to share about Dali and his life and it was really special to be able to visit his house and have it all arranged for us. Although not a Dali fan, I was very glad I took the trip and found it fascinating. The beauty of the area was spectacular and I was happy to have been able to see this part of Spain without the hassle of driving or taking a bus.
You must do this tour if you have a day to spare to venture out of the city of Barcelona and are a Dali fan (or even if you're just intrigued, because by the end of it, you will be a fan, most likely).
Since you are in a small group the guided tour is informative but informal - and the guide himself (Nikos) is a fun guy. I would recommend this tour to anyone.