Complete Gaudí Tour: Casa Batlló, Park Guell & Extended Sagrada Família

218 reviews

5 hours

Max 5

Why take this tour?


  • First entrance at Casa Batlló means you’ll explore Gaudí’s most impressive residential work with smaller crowds
  • See how Gaudí’s style developed with a visit to his flamboyant Casa Vicens, and the more refined Casa Mila, aka La Pedrera
  • Hop aboard a private minibus and head for the hills, and a guided, skip-the-line tour of Park Guell
  • Finish with a bang at La Sagrada Família, for a complete tour of the basilica and its façade
  • Travel with an expert, licensed guide passionate about all-things-Gaudí
  • Access to a private minibus mean we cover more ground than possible on foot
  • Sites Visited
  • La Sagrada Família
  • Park Güell
  • Casa Batlló
  • Casa Milà aka 'La Pedrera' (exterior)
  • Casa Vicens (exterior)
  • Casa Amatller (exterior)
  • Casa Lleó i Morera (exterior)
  • Tour Includes
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • First entrance skip-the-line Casa Batlló ticket
  • Skip-the-line Park Güell ticket
  • Pre-reserved La Sagrada Família ticket
  • Transportation between sites by private vehicle
  • Headset

Take a step into the world of Antoni Gaudí


Verified Customer Reviews

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4.9 /5
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Aida was an excellent tour guide. We would highly recommend her. In fact, ask for her if you can because you will learn so much from her. Visiting Casa Battlo and Parc Guell first should’ve prepared us for La Sagrada Familia, but nothing really prepares you for it. A very special place to see. This was an excellent tour and we have already recommended it to two other travelers we have met in Spain.
Nancy · Nov 30, 2022 · United States · Female · 65 to 74 years
This tour was more than I could've ever hoped for. It was thrilling to see all of the Gaudí architecture, but our expert tour guide gave us so much helpful background information. Not just about Gaudí himself, but also the cultural history and context he was working in. It gave me a much deeper appreciation for the sites that I might not have had if I'd just experienced them on my own. Also, we had private transportation from one site to the next, which felt especially luxurious. I definitely plan on taking more Walks tours in the future!
Laura · Nov 28, 2022 · United States · Female · 25 to 34 years
the gaudi tour was amazing, after seeing his work, I realized that he was not on;y an artist but a master engineer our guide not only showed us what is had created but explained why he had created it, she was genuinely excited ttto expose us to is genius.
Sharon · Nov 23, 2022 · United States · Female · 75 or older years
Our tour guide, Alessia, was excellent. Would strongly recommend her.
Doris · Nov 21, 2022 · United States · Female · 65 to 74 years
The Best Of Gaudi Tour was one of the best walking tours I have experienced. Our guide was knowledgeable and personable. We were so impressed with the sites we visited.We left with a fascnation for Gaudi and his work.
Karen · Nov 13, 2022 · United States · Female · 65 to 74 years

Meeting Point

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Meeting Point
In front of "Casa Amatller", next to (Gaudi's) "Casa Batllo", 41 Passeig de Gràcia, 08007 Barcelona. "

PASSEIG DE GRACIA" metro stop, on lines L4 (Yellow) and L3 (Green), is few minutes walk away, but please keep in mind that this metro stop has several exits and that there's a train station with the same name a few blocks farther.       

Please meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time.


Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
No. Unfortunately, due to site restrictions we cannot accommodate wheelchairs on this tour. If you use a wheelchair and book this tour by accident, we are happy to offer you credit for a future tour that is wheelchair accessible anywhere in the world, or a full refund.
Is this tour good for children?
The only issue regarding children (under 6 years of age) on this tour is that they are not allowed to climb to the top of the tower in the Sagrada Familia. They are welcome on all other parts of the tour, though.
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.
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.
Does this tour include lunch?
No, but because it's over five hours, we stop in the Parque Güell and give you time to buy a snack.

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