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Barcelona in a Day: La Sagrada Família, Casa Milà, Old Town & Barcelona Cathedral

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10 hours

Max 10

Why take this tour?


  • The most comprehensive one-day tour of Barcelona, featuring more inside access than any similar tour, with city strolls of Passeig de Gracia and L’Eixample
  • See the majority of Gaudí’s most famous buildings in Barcelona, including skip-the-line access to La Pedrera House and a full tour of the Sagrada Família
  • Explore the historic heart of Barcelona, including the old Jewish Quarter, Gothic Quarter, beautiful public squares, El Born Neighborhood and the church of Santa María del Mar
  • Feast your eyes on lovely panoramas from the top of La Pedrera
  • Explore the old port of Barcelona
  • Experience spectacular views from the rooftop of Barcelona Cathedral, following a fascinating tour inside
  • Enjoy the company of an expert local guide and a maximum of 14 other travelers

Health & Safety Standards

At Walks we take your health and the health of our community seriously. To accomplish this, we have set a series of standards that will be implemented across every tour;

  • Walks has been certified by SanseeShield.com
  • Walks Guides have received health & safety training, are self-monitoring temperatures daily, and trained in group social distancing practices
  • We ask our guides and guests to wash their hands regularly and carry hand sanitzier
  • Our guides and guests are required to wear masks in accordance with the local government regulations
  • If headsets are needed, they are disinfected at the beginning and end of your experience
  • All Walks tours are always small groups to give you the maximum comfort and safety

Take a day to see the best of Barcelona

  • Sites Visited
  • Sagrada Família
  • Casa Milà
  • Casa Batlló (outside)
  • Historic Center
  • La Rambla
  • El Born
  • Santa María del Mar
  • The Old Port
  • Barcelona Cathedral
  • Tour Includes
  • Skip-the-line tickets at Casa Milà
  • Pre-reserved tickets for the Sagrada Família
  • Guided tour and rooftop access at Barcelona Cathedral
  • Expert local guide
A friendly guide will help you understand how the Sagráda Família was builtTaking in the original facade of the Sagrada FamíliaAll of Gaudí's buildings are bursting with detailsYou've never seen a basilica like the Sagrada FamíliaThe stained glass in the Sagrada Família is stunningThe light in the Sagrada Família is incomparableThe rooftop of la Pedrera is an architectural dreamscapeSee some of Gaudí's real furniture designs in La PedreraThe rooftop of La Pedrera is an open-air sculpture galleryIt's hard to believe La Pedrera was built over100 years agoOur guides take you to the most interesting areas and bring them to life with stories and anecdotesCentral Barcelona is filled with fascinating ancient architectureBarcelona's Cathedral sits in the gothic center of the cityInside Barcelona CathedralStep onto the roof of the Cathedral for stunning views.

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Latest Reviews

I did the Barcelona in a Day tour, which took us to the Sagrada Familia and Cast Mila in the morning, and Silvia (the guide) was amazing! She had so many interesting bits of information to impart, and she kept the tour engaging and fun. In the afternoon we did a walking tour of the Gothic Quarter with Claudia, who was also a wonderful guide -- she clearly knew a lot about the history of Barcelona and it was fascinating to hear more about the city. All in all a great tour with great guides!


Can I bring a bag with me into the Sagrada Familia?
Yes, but you can only bring small bags and backpacks. They will be checked before you enter the church. If you are going to climb the towers you have to leave backpacks in security lockers located at the base of the towers and costing €1.00.
I don't eat meat. Is there a vegetarian option during the jamón tasting?
Unfortunately there is no other option during the jamón tasting. Catalans have a deep love of ham and in their eyes, no veggie is quite equivalent.
Does this tour always visit the rooftop of the Casa Mila?
Occasionally the rooftop is closed due to heavy rains. But we usually visit rain or shine.
Does the Sagrada Familia have a dress code?
Yes. In the Cathedral, both men and women are asked to wear clothing that covers at least the shoulders and knees. It is sufficient to bring extra coverings (e.g., a scarf) with you and to put them on before entering to the holy areas.
Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
Some of the Gaudí residences are not completely wheelchair accessible. Because of this, we regret that we cannot offer this tour to people who use wheelchair or have mobility limitations.