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

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5 hours

Max 10

Why take this tour?

Highlights

  • 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

$165.65
Free Cancellation
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Our day visiting the Gaudi sites with Oliver was our favorite day in Barcelona! Oliver was incredibly knowledgeable and personable. We all learned a ton, but also had so much fun! The tour is well planned and the appropriate amount of time given at each site. If you're in Barcelona and plan to visit Gaudi sites, make sure to book this tour--and ask for Oliver--he is the best in the business!

Our Gaudi tour with Miguel was very good. Very informative about all 3 Gaudi locations. My only constructive comment would be to update the dress requirements for Sagrada Familia. We wore long covered clothing and found as it did not seem to be required to enter the church , it ended up being a very hot day.

Overall great experience. I have some breathing issues and up hill walk back to the bus was the only difficult part of the tour. Had I thought about the climb ahead of time back to the bus, I could have gone at a more leisurely pace and met the group at the bus instead of at the end of Park Gruell where we had free time.

Tour was great But it had 1 hour earlier on ticket. Need to update ticket.

This was a very memorable tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable about everything Goudi and we had a great day. Everything was well paced and we would definitely recommend it to anyone.

Meeting Point

Meeting Point Map ⟶

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.

FAQs

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.
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 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 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.
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.