Depart from a centrally-located pickup point in Barcelona and relax during the scenic drive the Monjuïc Hill, the renowned site of the 1992 Olympic Games. Capture panoramic views of the city from the hill’s summit and enjoy a brief interlude at the Catalunya National Art Museum.
Admire the modernist structures of Plaça Espanya and then marvel at two of Antoni Gaudi’s most impressive architectural creations as you travel down Passeig de Gracia towards La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. Arrive at La Sagrada Familia and sail past the long lines at the entrance hall with your priority access pass.
Once inside, enjoy some leisurely free time to explore the interior and then travel to Barcelona’s atmospheric Gothic Quarter to stroll amid buildings that are testament to the Catalonian capital's medieval heritage. Continue to travel back in time as you visit the Jewish Quarter and see a 2,000-year-old Roman temple beside the grand Cathedral.
Recharge with lunch in the Born district (own expense) and then bid your guide and group farewell after admiring the impressive façade of Santa Maria del Mar church.
Upgrade to include entry to Park Güell and La Pedrera
Enhance your experience of Barcelona by upgrading to a full-day tour. Marvel at Park Güell, a sculpted city garden full of bizarre Gaudi creations, and then sail past long lines outside of La Pedrera, one of Gaudi’s most iconic buildings. Spend an hour touring the interior of the building and then bid farewell to your guide at this central location.