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Gaudi Tour with Sagrada Família & Park Güell Tickets

Product ID: 137483
No other tour offers such a deep insight into the life and work of Antoni Gaudí, with first entrance at Casa Batlló; stops at La Pedrera and at Casa Vicens; a skip-the-line tour of Park Guell; and a complete exploration of La Sagrada Família.
About this activity
Duration: 5.25 hours
Starting time 8:45 AM
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Explore Casa Batlló, Gaudí’s most impressive residential work
  • Take a skip-the-line tour of Park Guell in the hills of Barcelona
  • Marvel at La Sagrada Família, where you’ll get a complete tour of the basilica and its façade, the museum and a pre-reserved tower climb
Full description
The name Gaudí is almost synonymous with Barcelona. The city’s favorite architect has come to embody the style of a city deeply rooted in its natural surroundings. This is Barcelona at its vibrant, playful best. On this, the most complete tour available of Gaudí’s work, you will visit three of his residential works, including one unknown to most visitors; skip long lines to wander around the beautiful Park Guell; and, of course, embark on a thorough exploration of Gaudí’s greatest work and final resting place, La Sagrada Família.

Your tour starts with first entrance to Casa Batlló, arguably Gaudí’s most impressive residential property (and certainly his most-visited). Entering ahead of the morning crowds, you’ll discover some of the genius solutions Gaudí employed to solve architectural problems throughout the house, dispersing light and air throughout its many levels. A sure highlight is the roof, designed to resemble the scales of a dragon – the great emblem of Barcelona. Somewhere in the middle is Park Guell. Part fanciful explosion of color, part thoughtful study of organic forms, it is a perfect reflection of the natural world. Since this became a ticketed site a few years ago, entrance lines have become extremely long – so it’s a good thing you have skip-the-line access.

Your tour ends, as Gaudí himself did – in the La Sagrada Família. It can be hard to know where to look on your first visit to La Sagrada Família, so it’s lucky you have a Gaudí expert on hand to guide your experience. You’ll spend a full hour exploring the church itself, then, unlike most tours, you will go down into the museum to see some of the architect's drawings, models and calculations, plus a clear view of his tomb. Your tour also includes pre-reserved access to ascend one of the church towers, for incredible views over Barcelona and beyond. Due to the popularity of Gaudí and his works, there are long lines outside all three of the sites you will enter (Casa Batlló, Park Guell and La Sagrada Família), but with pre-reserved entrance to each, you will sail straight inside. Meanwhile a private transport between sites means you’ll cover more ground than would be possible even in a whole day on your own. Give Gaudí the time he deserves on this complete tour of his finest works.
Includes
  • First entrance skip-the-line Casa Batlló tickets
  • Skip-the-line Park Güell tickets
  • Pre-reserved La Sagrada Família tickets
  • Special access Sagrada Família tower climb
  • Transfer between sites by private vehicle
  • Passionate, expert tour guide
  • Headsets
  • Small groups of 15 people
What’s Not Included
  • Snacks
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick-up/drop-off
Not suitable for
  • Children under 6 years
  • Pregnant women
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users

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Meeting point

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

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Important information
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
Not allowed
  • Baby strollers
Know before you go
• This tour only operates in English
• Gratuities to guides are appreciated but never obligatory
• Please note that the rooftop terrace of Casa Batllo or Towers of Sagrada Familia might not be accessible during a rain/heavy wind
• Respectful clothing is required
• There will be a security check before entering the site
• Backpacks need to be checked before accessing the towers. There are lockers next to the lift, that you can use with a €1 coin.
• Children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult
Casa Batlló will undergo restoration works until June 2019. You will have the unique opportunity to observe how the restorers' team are working to reveal the original skin of Gaudi's Casa Batlló.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 29 reviews

Review summary

  • Service
    4.5 / 5
  • Organization
    4.4 / 5
  • Value for money
    4.4 / 5
  • Safety
    4.7 / 5
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The skip-the-line tickets are nice although the timing that we visited Casa Batllo and La Sagrada Familia on a Sunday also seemed less busy. There were 15 of us and it was a good group size and with the earphones, it was easy to hear the narration and jokes by Javier. However I thought Javier could have done a better job ensuring that all 15 of us were together before moving off to different spots to explain the attractions. The transportation was comfortable and prompt by David.

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December 26, 2019

The guide was absolutely wonderful. Genuinely concerned about our well being and if we got everything she said. Spoke perfectly English which even my mom understood (we're Dutch). She deserves a salary raise whatever her salary is! Only thing is that the time in Parc Guëll could have been a bit longer as far as I'm concerned. Would have like to stroll around a bit more. But all in all a really great tour with a very knowledgeable, sweet Nd sympathetic guide.

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September 15, 2019

She was really good. There were two trainees listening and following. Both males. One Javier, young and vibrant, respectful and a pleasure to talk to. The other was a bit older, did have a body odor and always stood in front next to the guide Ally so we couldn't see her. He was anxious and moved around a lot so you had to move to see around him every time he moved. Ally could have pulled him aside and ask him to stay behind the 15 person group, let the paid group go first.

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June 6, 2019

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Product ID: 137483