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Very nice tour to be a part of, ESPECIALLY if you want to go to Cadaques AND Port Lligat (where Dali's house is) in a same-day return trip from Barcelona without renting a car, which would be next to impossible via public transportation...Our Guide was fabulous (Feliciano, from Explore Catalunya, was passionate and really knew his material) and the Dali sights were great for us to see...The weather wasn't the finest on this day, but we still had a very nice time...Assuming the weather is decent or better, probably a four star trip for casual art observers, five for art and history lovers...Enjoy!!!
The day trip was fun and very interesting.
Cadaques is a very picturesque little coastal town one would not want to leave.
It was a very long day but made very enjoyable by our guide Anna.
It was a great experience! Anna, our guide, was really helpful and nice, with her happy behaviour she brought the sun in an otherwise rainy day! It was definitely worth the money, if we come back to Barcelona we will try another daily trip! Grazie, Anna!
Martina and Emanuele
Jordi, our guide was excellent. He made, what was already interesting, come alive with stories and events about the places we visited.
We thought this tour was great! The first morning we took the entire tour and decided what things we wanted to see. That afternoon and the next day we went to see the sights we had selected. It worked out very well. A good way to make the best use of your time in Barcelona. A beautiful city with many interesting sights!
AMAZING day. Nico was a great guide and really knew about Dali. Lunch at the Gambina in Cadaques was lovely as well.
The tour was excellent! Everything was on the schedule, well organized, good mini-bus (I read about issues with that before). Our guide was Enrique and he was great! He did not overwhelm us with the talk, but provided a lot of information about what we were interested in and had questions about. He also drived very safely on those curvy roads. So, I would highly recommend the tour for those interested.
Guide was fantastic and new his Dali as well as the area we visited. Visiting the museum and house introduced us to a side of Dali we new little about. Cad aqua as a village to visit and spent a little time in was a treat.
The trip was excellent. The museum is brilliant, set in an old theatre and full of quirky examples of Dali's art. The house in which he lived gives a great insight into the kind of life he must have led. Our guide was well informed and extremely helpful - a well organised and enjoyable day.
Guide wqas excellent. I had been to the theatre before but he added so much to my understanding. Lunch on the Med. was also great.
Niko really knows his stuff.....about Dalí and also the surrounding area. I was a great tour. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT.
Anna was a great guide. Very knowledgable and fun to be around! Wouldn't hesitate to book any tour with Anna as the guide. Dali's house was closed but Anna took us to the eastern most point of Spain instead where we enjoyed a wine before the long drive home!
Anna was our tour guide and she was fantastic! Passionate about Dali, and very knowledgeable about the region, Dali-Gala, and art! I thought about doing the tour by my self, since I usually do not like guided tours... but I would have missed so much!
Loved the museum and Cadaques! Truly a great day!
The trip was an absolut highlight of my staying in Barcelona. Also and mainly because of our guide Anna, who is an amazing narrator and she knows a lot about Dali and a lot of things that are not written in guide books. She also took us to Cap de Creus - the most Eastern point of Spain. Beautiful!