Combine two of Barcelona’s most popular tours and gain a comprehensive picture of the Catalonian capital with this Super Saver package. In the morning, delve into the remarkable architecture of the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter) and enjoy sweeping city vistas from the summit of Montjuic Hill while visiting the ancient Montjuic Castle. Complete the day with an afternoon tour of Antoni Gaudi’s modernist masterpieces; marvel at the architectural eccentricity of UNESCO-listed La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Park Güell and hear the story behind the artist whose work is so prevalent in Barcelona.
Barcelona Super Saver, combining a morning of sightseeing with a tour of Gaudi architecture
Stroll around Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic and see Barcelona Cathedral, the town hall and more
Visit the Spanish Village and finish the morning with a cable car ride to Montjuic Castle
Admire the exterior façade of La Sagrada Familia, explore Park Güell, and see Casa Batlló and La Pedrera
Learn about Gaudi and his distinctive architectural style that’s prevalent around Barcelona
Barcelona Morning Sightseeing Tour: (4.5 hours)Greet your guide at a centrally located point in Barcelona and travel to Plaça de Catalunya to enjoy a leisurely stroll around the distinctive fountains and impressive statues of the square. Navigate the labyrinth of medieval streets that comprise Barri Gòtic and gaze at the splintering spire of Barcelona’s Cathedral as you head towards Place Sant Jaume.
Return to your coach to enjoy sweeping vistas of the Mediterranean Sea as you ascend to the Olympic Village. See monuments from the Olympics and then continue your ascent to Montjuic hill to see the city’s impressive skyline from a unique vantage point; visit the Spanish Village to see a diverse architectural tableau inspired by different Spanish regions.
Conclude your morning tour with a cable car ride to Montjuic Castle and capture even more fantastic photographs from the vertiginous position of the ancient fortress. Return to sea level and bid your guide farewell before beginning your afternoon tour.
Artistic BarcelonaTour Including Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia and Priority Access Pass to Park Güell: (4.5 hours)Meet your guide in central Barcelona and embark on your artistic exploration of the city. Start at La Sagrada Familia, a controversial modernist construction that has remained famously unfinished. Gaze at its sky-piercing spires as your guide explains the compelling history of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site.
Next, visit the verdant expanse of Park Güell, an outdoor complex thronged with eccentric sculptures and richly decorated terraces. Sail past the long lines outside with your priority-access pass and explore the green landscape with your guide.
Conclude your tour with a wander down Passeig de Gràcia, a boulevard home to two of Gaudi’s artistic expressions, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. Hear of how the buildings were originally designed as luxurious private apartments and then bid your guide and group farewell at this central location.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Aug 2018
Paid for a tour in English but it ended up being in English and Spanish. Since the guide was a native Spanish speaker she was far more comfortable conversing in her own language so English tourists got about 1/5 of the information. Very frustrating.
This was an excellent tour as the sights in Barcelona are far apart and difficult to reach on your own during a day. We were limited on time in the city and this tour provided an excellent overview with many historical details. My teens were with me and enjoyed the tour as well. Jorgie and Cecealy were excellent guides.
We were very disappointed in this tour because we didn't really get to see much except drive around town and have the tour guide explain information that wasn't very important or helpful. This one was not a good tour at all.
Sådär pga oengagerad guide innan lunch. Betyg: 2. She wanted us to look around by ourselves a lot and told us thongs you could see by yourself.
Mycket bra guide på eftermiddagen . Betyg:4 Mke was his name.
The Spanish Village part could be scratched, not sure why it is actually an important sight to see in Barcelona. Also the cable car ride up the mountain is unnecessary you can't really take pictures and if it happens on a windy day you are more preoccupied with holding on to your seat and praying you get out of there alive. Maybe extant the walking tour in the Gothic Quarter or stop at the old port?