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See the best of the Catalonian capital on a full-day, guided tour. Admire modernist masterpieces from legendary architect Antoni Gaudi, and pass the elaborate architecture in the Gothic Quarter. Explore inside La Sagrada Familia, the famously unfinished cathedral, and head to the UNESCO-listed Park Güell, adorned with eclectic sculptures. Finish up with a tour at the National Art Museum of Catalonia.

Highlights

  • Full-day tour of Barcelona’s highlights led by a guide
  • See Gaudi masterpieces like La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell
  • Admire the architectural grandeur of the Gothic quarter
  • Enjoy an incredible selection of art at the National Art Museum of Catalonia
  • Enrich your knowledge of the Catalonian capital’s rich history and culture with your guide

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What You Can Expect

Barcelona Highlights: Small-Group City Tour

Parc Guell

Greet your guide and small group at a central Barcelona location and embark on a tour of the vibrant Catalonian capital. First, head to Park Güell, a verdant expanse replete with art nouveau features and eclectic sculptures. Hear anecdotes about the park’s century-old history, and then stroll over to La Sagrada Familia to behold the Gothic grandeur of the famously unfinished cathedral.

Admire the basilica’s ornate façade and interior, and then continue onto the Gothic Quarter to delve into the enclave’s rich Roman history. Afterward, wander over to the National Art Museum of Catalonia for an introduction to modern and classic art.

At the end of your tour, bid your guide farewell and continue exploring the city independently.

Customer Reviews

K. Linda S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Excellent. The guide was very knowledgeable about all the sites we visited. I was particularly impressed by all the information he possessed about La Sagrada and Parc Guell. Very good overview of the main sights of Barcelona.

Jamie S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

First of all this tour is so much better than described!! It's a SKIP THE LINE tour and you get a large air conditioned tour bus that drives you in between places!!!! We had an amazing tour guide that was very knowledgable about everything we saw and went to. We stared at Parc Guell and walked around seeing all the sights. Then we hopped on the bus and went all around the city and never had to wait in line. This was virtually everything you would wish to see in Barcelona! We went on another tour after this one and our guide was surprised by how much of the city we had already seen! Highly recommend- really wonderful!

MARTHA B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

What a wonderful tour! If you have very little time in Barcelona, I highly recommend this one! The tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly!

mautravel

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

I took the tour of Barcelona with a small group and really enjoyed it. The tour took me and a small group to get to know the most important things in the city. The tour basically a walking tour, it lasts all day. First they picked me at the hotel by bus and from there to the Cathedral of the Sagrada Familia.
La Sagrada Familia, I'm sure must be the most well-known monument of Barcelona and the masterpiece of Antonio Gaudí. This project is what Gaudí spent on his last years and although he died in the 20s and left it unfinished with the money received by the visitors still walk it is still going on.
After La Sagrada Familia, we went back on the bus and headed to the Gothic Quarter, famous because it was a Roman town once and therefore has some remains of its glorious past. The guide told us, it is the oldest part of Barcelona. This neighborhood is full of narrow alleys with Roman buildings and medieval churches and houses. While walking, we saw many of the most iconic attractions such as the gothic cathedral, the Sant Jaume square where the government palace and the town hall are, and between the two, the street Carrer del Bisbe.
Also, we went to the Royal Plaza, the Plaza del Rey which is where the Royal Palace from the Middle Ages is and that is sorounded by many medieval sites, also we saw the street Portal de L'Angel, Plaza Nova, near the cathedral, with two ancient Roman towers and part of the Jewish quarter, which although not really exists anymore, there are still some remains.
After we got some free time for lunch on our own, and ate a recommendation of our guide, tapas of ham or croquettes.
Wheb we finished eating we went to the National Museum of Catalan Art, the building is very beautiful on the outside, very worthwhile and with beautiful views, inside the museum content is undeniably interesting . Finally they took us tohotel to rest a while, and then went out to explore the city, but more relaxed, having covered the mandatory parts of the city.

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