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No city has a more intricate link with an architect than Barcelona does with Antoni Gaudi, the legend responsible for some the city’s most iconic attractions. On this private 4-hour tour, you’ll tick off three of Gaudi’s modernist masterpiece’s and enjoy skip-the-line entry to La Sagrada Familia, avoiding lines often in excess of two hours. Marvel at the fantastical rooms inside Casa Battlo, gaze at the unique facade of La Pedrera – Mila House (Casa Mila), and delve into the life and works of Gaudi with personalized commentary.
Private 4-hour Gaudi tour of Barcelona including skip-the-line entry to La Sagrada Familia
Tick off three of Gaudi's most famous buildings while learning about the architect's life and work
Avoid lines often in excess of two hours with a skip-the-line ticket to La Sagrada Familia
Marvel at the magnificent columns and ethereal stained glass windows inside La Sagrada Familia
Admire the interior of Casa Battlò and the facade of La Pedrera — Mila House (Casa Mila)
Your personalized journey into the life and works of Antoni Gaudi begins at La Sagrada Famila, in front of the souvenir shop on Marina Street. At Barcelona’s architectural crown, you’ll receive your skip-the-line ticket, bypass lines often in excess of two hours, and head straight inside the masterpiece.
Ethereal light streams through grand stained glass windows; interminable columns shoot skyward; and, the magnificent altarpiece crowns the cathedral. Explore at your own pace as your guide provides tailored commentary of La Sagrada Familia before continuing to your next stop: Casa Batllò.
Casa Batllò’s façade is a visual feast of balconies resembling theatrical masks and pillars reminiscent of bones. Relish the convenience of your second skip-the-line pass as you stroll straight inside and begin a tour of the house’s interior, inspired by fantastical beasts.
After admiring the candy-cane chimneys of the roof terrace, you’ll proceed to La Pedrera — Mila House (Casa Mila) to admire an uneven façade that appears to be undulating. Catch a glimpse of chimneys shaped like medieval knights, learn about the former bourgeoisie residents of the apartment building and then bid your guide farewell on Passeig de Gracia.
Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
Your tour will start from the most famous Gaudi's masterpiece, the unfinished church of Sagrada Familia. You will enter with skip-the-line tickets so you will be able to visit the symbol of Barcelona indoor and outdoor.
After having visited the Sagrada Familia, you will walk to Passeig de Gracia. Here you will find La Pedrera, or Casa Milá, and visit it from the outside, in order to admire the amazing facade made of rough stone, which gives the building the appearance of a rocky and wavy building.
Walking on the same street, you will find a palace made od Monjüic sandstone. It is one more of Gaudì's masterpieces: Casa Batlló. You will have skip-the-line tickets at your disposal to visit the building inside too.
Your tour will finish at Passeig de Gracia, a beautiful area of the city. Ending your tour here gives you the opportunity to stop watching the shop windows, to make some shopping or to eat some Spanish delicious tapas.
Our guide, Clara, was wonderful and very knowledgable. The private tour was very nice in the Sagrada Familia, but the Casa Battlo is very crowded and the private tour was not as enjoyable because it is hard to move around. Clara did her best.
Thank you for such a wonderful review! We'll make sure Clara reads your words.
We're sorry to hear that you did not enjoy Casa Batllo as much as the Sagrada Familia: unfortunately big crowds can ruing the experience. However, we're happy to learn that Clara did her best to better the visit!
Thank you for choosing Real Barcelona Tours and we hope to see you soon again!
Wonderful, well informed guide. Great tour. Seems a little expensive as no taxi/vehicle transfers included. Meeting spot was too vague which made it difficult to meet up. The Cathedral is definitely a "not to miss" whilst in Barcelona.
Thank you for this review! Please note that along with the full address of the meeting point, on your voucher, you will find a number you can contact for assistance for any issues. This is to keep in mind for any future tours. As for the price, this is a private tour and so it is very much worth it as it allows you to enjoy an expert guide an a privileged touring experience. I hope you made some beautiful memories during your tour!
We learned so much about Gaudi and his work from our incredible tour guide, Jenna! She was so knowledgeable and enthusiastic and kept us moving, but at the same time allowed us time to do the things we wanted to do.
My husband and I are very happy we booked this private tour. Our guide, Anna, was exceptional -- very friendly, personable, and knowledgeable. She took the time to get to know us when we first met - the three of us chatted for a few minutes on interests, etc. Anna was then able to even further customize our tour. We have to admit that we really didn't know much about Gaudi, but after our tour - wow! Yes, we would have been impressed by what we saw without the tour, but with Anna's detailed knowledge and explanations, our explorations were wonderful. We better understood Gaudi, his vision, the symbolism of the sculptures, the architecture itself, the placement of the stained glass windows, etc., at the basilica. Then we saw two houses Casa Mila external only and Casa Batllo full tour with Anna: we couldn't believe these Gaudi houses were from the early 1900's! It had to be something to actually live in such houses more than 100 years ago. Yes, this tour was expensive, but it was worth it, especially with having Anna as our guide. Thank you for a fantastic tour, Anna -- we love history, learning, and give-and-take between us and a guide, and you were the perfect guide for us.
Cynthia was very knowledgeable on everything Gaudi. Cynthia was all over the place and at times it was difficult to take pictures without having her arms and hands in the picture. La Sagrada Familia was stunning and the history was very interesting. Casa Mila apartment building was only viewed from the outside. Casa Batllo was beautiful and interesting inside and out, but a little claustrophobic in places. The cost per person was a little high considering the tour was primarily of the cathedral.
We chose this as private tour with just 4 of us and our delightful and highly knowledgeable professional guide, Clara This tour included Casa Battlo which was our first stop.
Clara was absolutely immersed in her knowledge of all things relating to Antonio Gaudi and his work throughout Barcelona. With her information through Casa Battlo we got a true feeling of his work on this renovation and his basic design concepts that would lead him to developing the Sagrada Familia.She was able to point out so many small details of his work inside this home and made this part of the tour wonderful
Onto Sagrada Familia. Again her knowledge of his design and reasoning of all of his ideas were brilliant. From his use of lighting and architectural storytelling and use of 'organic' elements in all of his design work was just fantastic to hear and see. Clara was truly a professional.
We absolutely recommend this tour for anyone interested in seeing these two fabulous architectural wonders. Skipping the line is a must at each location and made touring them with a professional guide even more enjoyable since we basically just walked in with her and moved on with the tour and information and delights we were experiencing.