Complete Gaudí Tour with Sagrada Família and Flamenco Show

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  • Duration
    9 h.
  • Start time
    9:00
  • Meeting Point
    At Casa Batllò (Details at Booking)
  • Operating Days
    Sun, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat
  • Language
    English

Tour Highlights

  • Visit all of Gaudi’s most legendary designs in one day including Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Sagrada Família, and Park Güell
  • Skip the Line at all four attractions with our exclusive access 
  • Complete your day in Barcelona with a Flamenco performance
  • Small groups of 20 people or fewer and an expert, local guide 
  • Air-conditioned private bus transport between sites

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Expert Storytellers

No trip to Barcelona is complete without learning about the city’s most famous architect: Antoni Gaudí. Your expert, local guide will have plenty of insider stories and anecdotes about each of his architectural wonders.

Comfortable Conditions

Spanish summers can be hot, so we provide an air-conditioned coach between locations. And with Skip the Line access to each sight, you won’t have to waste time waiting outside.

Sample Spanish Culture

End your evening with a Spanish Flamenco performance and complimentary drink inside a stunning Gothic palace.

Tour Description

Curving lines, exaggerated proportions, and bright colors: Gaudí’s instantly recognizable and wildly imaginative architecture has fascinated millions of people. On this full-day tour, you will discover why he is one of the most respected and revered artists of all time as you view his four most famous works: Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Sagrada Família, and Park Güell.

Your tour begins at Casa Batlló, the famous tile-adorned apartment set on Barcelona’s opulent Passeig de Gràcia. Enter into this residence-turned-museum to see countless notable architectural gems including the grand wooden staircase built to look like the spine of a giant beast and skylights shaped like tortoise shells. You will also learn about Gaudí’s distaste for straight lines, which is particularly evident in Casa Batlló. Finally, make your way to the rooftop terrace to get a panoramic view of the Barcelona skyline.

Our next stop will be Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera (The Quarry), just a few blocks away. First opened to the public in 1987, this opulent residence was built in 1910 and served as the home of the Milà family. Your guide will lead you first to the rooftop to see its fantastical knight-shaped chimney peaks up close, followed by a tour through the home itself, still filled with the original décor and family possessions from the early 1900s.

After the Casa Milà, enjoy free time in the area to eat lunch before the second part of your tour.

The afternoon beings with a tour of Gaudí’s final and most recognizable work of architecture: the Sagrada Familia. You will be in awe as the cavernous church fills with beautiful afternoon light through the brightly-colored stained glass lining every window. Your guide will bring this iconic building to life through the story of Gaudí’s ambitious plans for the church and its nearly 100 years of construction.

Continue on by private, air-conditioned bus transfer to Park Güell, a sweeping park built on the slopes of the Carmel Hill for the Güell family between 1900 and 1914. As in our previous stops, the long lines here are of no concern: our unique access allows us to enter immediately into the most famous and impressive part of the park, the “monumental zone”. We will stop for a picture with “El Drac”, the famous dragon figure guarding the entrance to the zone, before moving further inside to learn more about its interesting history. Originally planned to be an estate of 60 villas, the property was turned into a park due to of lack of interest but features still remain, including an open-air market venue called the Hypostyle Room.

After experiencing a day of Gaudí’s most famous works, spend the evening relaxing at another scenic venue: a 17th-century Gothic palace. Enjoy a complimentary drink and an exciting Flamenco performance by some of the best performers in town!

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What's included

  • Expert, English-speaking tour guide
  • Small groups of 20 people or fewer
  • Air-conditioned bus transport from Sagrada Família to Park Güell and return
  • Entrance ticket for Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Sagrada Família, and Park Güell
  • Ticket to authentic Flamenco show (one drink is also included)
  • Headsets when appropriate, so you can always hear your guide

Sites Visited

  • Casa Batlló
  • Casa Milà
  • Sagrada Familia
  • Park Guell
  • Flamenco show

Meeting Point

FAQs

  • When can I make a amendment to a booking?

    Changes made to bookings within the 72 hour window will be subject to rebooking fees to cover the cost of tickets purchased, transport, guide rescheduling, headsets and administration.

  • Is an advanced booking necessary or can I just show up at the meeting point?

    We strongly advise against arriving at the meeting point without a booking as we cannot guarantee that there will be space left on the tour. Our guides are unable to accept payment for tours so any bookings made on the spot will still need to be processed over the phone with payment by credit card.

  • I would like to add another person to my booking

    We are happy to assist with this request - availability permitting. Please contact our Customer Care Team who can check availability on the tour and take payment for the additional booking, as payment details are not saved in our system for security reasons.

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