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Take a guided tour of Parc Güell, designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudí and arguably Barcelona's most beautiful public space. Follow your guide on an in-depth exploration of this magnificent site, checking out some of its most picturesque sights and learning fascinating facts about its eccentric designer, Gaudí. Along the way you're sure to enjoy the park's intricate tile work, colorful architecture, and stunning city views afforded by its hilltop location. Your Parc Güell tour also includes entrance fees at the site.
Delve into the eccentric imagination of Antoni Gaudí on a combo tour that combines two of Barcelona’s most interesting experiences. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, sail past the long lines at the entrance of La Sagrada Familia with a priority access pass and marvel at the inspiring interior of the famously unfinished church. Afterward, explore the sculpted splendor of Park Güell and stroll down Passeig de Gràcia to see La Pedrera (Casa Mila) and Casa Batlló, two of the architect’s most distinctive and dynamic designs.
Enjoy an intimate, street-level exploration of Barcelona during this private 3-hour walking excursion. Wander the streets of one of the world’s best cities for strolling, discovering a cross-section of its whimsical public art, ancient Roman history and innovative modernist architecture. Admire beloved Barcelona buildings like Gaudí’s Casa Batlló and walk down the iconic La Rambla. Then explore the sprawling Boqueria Market and discover Barcelona’s early days at the Roman Tombs. A private guide, public transit tickets, city map and fruit juice at the market are included.
Lose yourself in the winding alleyways, beguiling back streets and centuries-old squares of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter on this 2.5-hour walking tour. With a knowledgeable guide to lead the way, you’ll veer off the beaten path and delve deep into the medieval district’s past. See some of the area’s most popular and hidden sights, marvel at the architectural delights seemingly waiting around every corner, and finish up with some traditional ‘pintxos’ (small snacks) at a restaurant in the trendy neighborhood of El Born.
Beat the crowds to majestic Montserrat Abbey and enjoy skip-the-line access to Gaudí’s iconic La Sagrada Familia on this guided coach trip from Barcelona. In Montserrat, see the famous Black Madonna icon and have enough free time to ride the cable car up the mountain if the mood strikes. At La Sagrada Familia, hear all about Gaudí’s vision from your guide.
Skip the line and avoid entrance hassles with this guided tour of Park Güell. Due to the popularity of Antoni Gaudí’s creative masterpiece, there are often long lines and even limits on admission. The park’s hilltop setting can mean waiting in intense heat or gusty winds. Avoid all the hassle with a prepaid ticket, and enrich your experience with a guided tour by a multilingual expert.
Immerse yourself in the architecture and creative work of artistic genius Antoni Gaudí on this afternoon excursion in Barcelona. Take some time to admire the designer's UNESCO World Heritage-listed La Sagrada Familia before heading to Gaudí's iconic Park Güell for a skip-the-line visit. Spend time exploring the park's wealth of mosaic-adorned benches, walls, and sculptures before heading back to the city center to see the Gaudí-designed residences of Casa Batlló and La Pedrera (Casa Milà) from the outside.
Bike your way around Barcelona the easy way on this half-day e-bike tour, accompanied by a professional photographer guide. Pedal your way around the atmospheric Gothic Quarter, the scenic seafront promenade and the beautiful Parc de la Ciutadella. Hop off along the way to capture iconic landmarks like the Colombus Monument, Casa Mila and the Arc de Triumph on camera, or pose for photos by La Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo.
La Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s architectural icon. Benefit from the insider knowledge of a guide, and save hours of waiting in line, on a private tour that includes a skip-the-line admission ticket. You’ll be party to lesser-known information regarding the construction and history of the landmark, and have ample time to ask questions in the company of your private guide.
Experience Gaudí’s fantastical modernist creations with prepaid admission to Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. Avoid long waiting times with easy access to both attractions. Breeze past the lines and enjoy detailed guided tours of the park and cathedral. Choose to visit both spots in one day or to space out your visits with more time at each location.
Explore rugged peaks and Gaudí’s modernist architecture with a full-day tour of Montserrat and Barcelona by air conditioned coach. Pay your respects to the 12th-century Black Madonna in the Royal Basilica of Montserrat, learn the deep history of the mountainside sanctuary, then sample liquors made by the local monks. Return to the city to immerse yourself in the icons of Catalan Modernism from the Sagrada Familia cathedral to Park Güell, then see the private homes and apartment buildings that the architect built along the elegant Passeig de Gràcia.
Explore the beautiful city of Barcelona on an easy-to-ride electric bike during this sightseeing tour. Accompanied by a local guide, see all of the Catalonian capital’s spectacular sight while exerting minimum energy. Sail past landmarks like El Born Centre Cultural while your guide offers insight into the history and culture of the city. Absorb the architectural eccentricity of Antoni Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia during relaxed free time there, and sail past long lines at the entrance hall with a priority access pass.
From modernist masterpieces to authentic Catalonian cuisine, experience the best of Barcelona on this private, full-day sightseeing tour. Make the most of your time as a private guide leads you to the city’s must-see attractions, including the Gothic Quarter, Plaça d’Espanya, and the Gaudí-designed Sagrada Familia Cathedral. Recharge midday with an included lunch at a renowned local restaurant.
Explore the history of Catalan modernism, an influential architectural movement pioneered by celebrated designers like Antoni Gaudí, during this 2-hour walking tour with a guide in Barcelona. Visit the Quadrat d'Or, also know as the Golden Square, located in the city's Eixample neighborhood, as you learn about the late 19th-century buildings that helped define the movement. As an added bonus you'll also receive 20% off a guided tour of the Palau de la Música Catalana (Music Palace), discounted entrance at Casa Batlló and free entrance at the Museu del Modernisme Català (Catalan Modernism Museum).
Discover the unique history and legends that surround the Spanish city of Barcelona during this walking tour through Passeig de Gracia and the El Born district. Listen to engaging commentary about Catalonia’s rich history from medieval times to today; see where Antoni Gaudi got his inspiration for his famous buildings; and admire examples of modernist architecture including Casa Mila and Palau de la Musica Catalana.
Discover the many faces of Barcelona on a private tour with an expert guide who takes you through the Sagrada Familia, the Gothic Quarter and the trendy district of El Born. Your 4-hour tour starts with skip-the-line access to the famous Sagrada Familia, a Gaudi masterpiece of Gothic and Art Nouveau architecture. Next, learn about the Medieval period as you tour the maze-like alleyways of the Gothic Quarter, then step into the fashionable present-day in El Born where your guide explains Barcelona’s culinary heritage.
Discover the spectacular works of Gaudí and Modernism in Barcelona in this walking tour through Eixample. Your favorite local architect will show you Barcelona's iconic buildings and hidden gems. You will walk by Casa Milà & Casa Batlló, Sagrada Familia and many more buildings, exploring modernism life from all angles.
One thing you can certainly say about Barcelona is that art and architecture can be discovered all around the city. Join your architect on this modernism walking tour in Barcelona, a city with the highest number of modernist buildings on the World Heritage List.
Learn about the life and creative inspirations of the Catalan geniuses like Domènech i Montaner, Puig i Cadafalch and Antonio Gaudi by exploring their works around Barcelona. Let yourself be surprised by various elements of the modernism movement, like “panot de flor” paving stones all along your tour.
If you are craving the best of Spanish food as well as some sightseeing, this tour is a 2-in-1. Join your favorite local on a delicious food tour that combines incredible modernist architectural gems in the exciting neighborhood of L'Eixample!
Stroll through the streets of L'Eixample, discovering its many highlights and hidden gems, one bite at a time. Get to try locals' favorites and some of the best flavors the city has to offer. All this in the streets of the most iconic buildings like Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, and Sagrada Familia.
The Sagrada Familia is worth visiting in depth. It is the jewel of Gaudí’s architecture and has become a symbol of the city. It is a must-stop during your visit and you cannot leave without having crossed its doors. If you like the outside, the inside will leave you with your mouth open.
The astonishment of touring and observing the details of the interior of the Temple are priceless. Also, we choose the best schedule, in the afternoon it is when the light enters through the colored showcases and converts the space into a mystical environment with a special essence.
- Skip-the-line tour of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
- Ticket booking after 4 pm. Avoid the time when guided tours and schools arrive! Although the Basilica has limited capacity, it shows.
- Visit La Sagrada Familia Museum to see a variety of artifacts such as design sketches and plaster models
- Learn directly from an expert. A local official tour guide at your disposal for 2,30 hours. Discover through Dialogue.
Guided by an experienced art historian, discover the Barcelona modernist architecture and cultural splendor of Passeig de Gracia from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. The modernist architecture such as La Pedrera and Casa Batlló by Gaudí, Casa Lleó Morera by Domènech i Muntaner, Casa Amatller by Puig i Cadafalch, among others. Today this glamorous avenue keeps important contemporary art institutions such as the Tapies Foundation and the Suñol Foundation. Don’t miss this global vision of the fascinating Passeig de Gracia. It’s an attractive, educational and entertaining experience. The visit ends with a gourmet experience in a beautiful modernist space. High-quality tour. Top things to do in Barcelona.
Discover the fantastic shapes and symbolism of Catalan Modernism with a half-day bus-and-walking tour of Barcelona’s architectural highlights. Learn about the life and work of Antoni Gaudí as you trace a route from the unfinished Sagrada Familia cathedral to Park Güell, a sprawling landscape of Modernist buildings, sculpture and art. Enjoy a leisurely walk down the Passeig de Gràcia to see Gaudí buildings and other Modernist highlights in a glamorous shopping district at the heart of the city.
Experience the architecture and art of Gaudi and Picasso on this all-day guided excursion in Barcelona. After a convenient hotel pickup, marvel at Gaudi and Picasso’s work with visits to Palau Guell, Museu Picasso, Casa Batllo, and Basilica of the Sagrada Familia. Enjoy insider knowledge from an experienced local guide and convenient skip-the-line access.
Follow in the footsteps of the enigmatic Antoni Gaudi during tjhis small-group walking tour of Passeig de Gracia. Get a close look at the street’s unique architecture, made famous by Gaudi’s Casa Batllo and Casa Mila, as you listen to engaging commentary from your guide. Conclude your tour at Casa Mila where you watch a show about the building’s inspiration while enjoying a glass of cava and a sweet treat.
Picasso had a passion for Barcelona, and this tour wants to show you
He had arrived in 1895, with 13 years, and it was here that he went out on his firsts binges with friends – the first to recognize his talent and discover the pleasures that were hidden in the brothels.
It was also in Barcelona that he had his first studio and where he made his first engraving, his first illustration and his first exhibition at the legendary restaurant 4 Gats.
Nine years later, with 22, he went to Paris and would no longer return but for Picasso Barcelona, it never ceased to be that great city that dazzled him as a teenager and He revealed modernity.
-Led by specialists in art history. A native official tour guide at your disposal for 3 hours, which will adapt to your interests and you can ask everything you want.
- Skip the line: entry without waiting and avoiding the queues.
- Meet the art galleries with more history of Barcelona
-Have a coffee at Els Quatre Gats.