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Sagrada Familia: Tour

1. Sagrada Familia: Tour

Start your tour outside the UNESCO-listed basilica and meet your guide. Gaze up at the immense facades and towers and get your first impressions of Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece. Then, enter the basilica and see the awe-inspiring interior with its forest of pillars. Bathe in the colorful light from the stained-glass windows and understand what Gaudí meant when he said that "the sun is the best painter." Discover a vibrant clash of Gothic and Art Nouveau designs. Home in on the symbolic details and modernist representations of the Holy Family with your guide. Hear how the current construction is progressing after over a century's worth of work. As you walk around the basilica, learn more about Gaudí's life through his work and the legacy he left behind. At the end of tour, enjoy the freedom to keep exploring with your newfound knowledge.

Barcelona: Sagrada Familia Tour with Tower Access

2. Barcelona: Sagrada Familia Tour with Tower Access

Admire the interior of Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. Skip the lines and follow your guide through the heavy doors with hand-carved vines. Witness Barcelona from one of the towers. See the rows and rows of tree-like pillars that seem to reach to the heavens stretch out before you. Look up at the stained-glass windows and bathe in the warm light that filters through. Note the Christian iconography as you hear about the history of the church. Understand Gaudí's modernist vision as your guide brings the symbolism of the stonework to life. At the end of your tour, ascend one of the basilica's towers and gaze out over the views of Barcelona. Once back down at ground level, continue exploring the monument as long as you like.

Barcelona: Sagrada Familia and Park Güell Tour

3. Barcelona: Sagrada Familia and Park Güell Tour

Explore 2 of Gaudí's best-known works in one day. Enjoy the convenience of organized transportation to get you from one place to the next. Begin at Park Güell Park and admire stonework and mosaics in the Modernisme style. See the salamander statue, “El Drac,” at the park entrance. Then, take a break for lunch. Travel to the Sagrada Familia and start by comparing the contrasting Nativity and Passion façades. Go inside the forest-like basilica to bask in the rays of light through stained-glass windows. Learn about how the ongoing construction of Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece.

Barcelona: Bike Tour & Sagrada Familia Skip-the-Line Tickets

4. Barcelona: Bike Tour & Sagrada Familia Skip-the-Line Tickets

Explore the streets of Barcelona with a bike, and learn more about the city’s historic center and 19th-century expansion into what it is today. With a bike, you can see more of the city than on foot in the utmost comfort. You'll see some of Gaudi's most famous buildings as well as some of the best sights of the city. After your cycling tour, immerse yourself in the masterpiece that is Gaudi's la Sagrada Familia. Enter the church without waiting in the lines thanks to our priority access pass. Our small group tour ensures a personalized experience, so you see all the highlights Barcelona has to offer.

Barcelona: Gothic Quarter & La Sagrada Familia Private Tour

5. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter & La Sagrada Familia Private Tour

See the best of Barcelona on a private walking tour. Discover the medieval architecture of the Gothic Quarter and drive up to the picturesque Montjuic hill. Follow your guide along the iconic Passeig de Gracia and look upon Casa Batllo and Casa in awe, before entering into La Sagrada Familia. Get picked up from your accommodations and drive into the heart of the city. Start your private walking tour in the charming streets of the Gothic Quarter, admiring the medieval architecture, trendy bars, and flower stalls. Jump back into the car briefly to travel up to Montjuic hill, experiencing breathtaking views over the city along the way. Come back down to earth and take a stroll along the Passeig de Gracia. Pass by some of Gaudi's most iconic masterpieces, including Casa Batllo and Casa Mila. Finish your trip at the UNESCO World Heritage Listed La Segrada Familia. Enter into the basilica with skip-the-line tickets, following your guide to learn about the history behind this world-famous building and Gaudi's work. Say goodbye to your guide at La Sagrada Familia and choose to spend more time within the basilica or head home.

Barcelona: Sagrada Família and Gaudí Houses Tour

6. Barcelona: Sagrada Família and Gaudí Houses Tour

If you don’t have much time in the city, this is an excellent solution to discover the most amazing architecture in a full day tour of Barcelona: with this Gaudi-themed itinerary, you will save time and money! In just one day, you will visit the most spectacular buildings of Barcelona and you will explore Casa Vicens, Casa Milà and Sagrada Familia with a fast-track ticket included. Get ready to enjoy a full day tour in Barcelona in English, Japanese, Korean or Chinese. The tour is split into morning and afternoon: Meet your guide early in the morning next to Casa Vicens to start off with the first commission that Gaudí received as a young architect. The oriental influences already tell much about the genius he would grow into! Then, walk down the Gràcia neighborhood into the Eixample. In the Modernista area, you'll see the facades of Casa Amatller, Casa Lleó Morera and the magnificent Casa Batlló. Finally, you will get a skip-the-line ticket to enter Casa Milà and see the full picture; the tenant's apartment, the inner courtyards, the attic and the famous rooftop with solider-shaped chimneys. After Casa Milà, you'll have some free time to have lunch before regrouping in from of Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site. This is the meeting point for the second part of the tour, which will take you to Sagrada Familia also with a fast-track ticket and an audioguide to visit the temple at your own pace. During the day, the guide will explain the life of Gaudí and put it in context so that you can understand what he meant to the Barcelona we know today. The Sagrada Familia is usually fully booked several days in advance. We recommend you to book early to make sure you get a space in the tour!

Barcelona Highlights Half Day Small Group Tour

7. Barcelona Highlights Half Day Small Group Tour

Begin your tour with a drive to the famous hill of Montjuïc, site of the 1992 Olympic games and home to excellent views over the city. After a brief stop at the Catalunya National Art Museum (MNAC), make your way down to Plaça Espanya and past the Modernist buildings of the Eixample area. Next you will drive to the iconic Sagráda Familia, journeying up Passeig de Gracia – home to famous designer stores, and the setting for two of Barcelona’s most talked about Gaudí buildings: La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. At the Sagrada familia you will be able to skip the queues thanks to our Fast Track entry tickets. Then head to the oldest part of Barcelona: the Barrio Gótico, which until the mid-19th century, was still surrounded by the medieval walls. Enjoy a stroll through the narrow, winding streets of mediaeval Barcelona. Visit the Jewish Quarter, the Royal palace, and the original 2,000-year-old Roman Temple as you stroll through historic Barcelona. Your morning tour will finish in the Born district, near to the Santa Maria del mar church.

Barcelona: Gothic Quarter and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

8. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

From the convenient meeting point at the tourist information center in the Gothic heart of the city, start the tour with a coffee and a short briefing on Barcelona and the surrounding area before setting off. Then, visit the Cathedral and the Royal Palace, the Roman wall, and the medieval area of Barcelona, including the Jewish Quarter. End this portion of the tour with a visit to Santa Maria del Mar church and, after crossing the Plaça de Sant Jaume, reach one of the best-known streets of the city: La Rambla. Next, the Boqueria Market is a mandatory visit on your journey where the festival of flavors, colors, and smells come alive. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant and use this time to re-energize and discuss anything from Spanish gastronomy to taxation or Catalan identity. The lunch includes a sample of cherished local delicacies including Iberian sausage, cheese, ham, and local wine. After lunch, hop on the subway like a true Barcelonian and head downtown to Passeig de Gràcia where you can admire the most valuable modernist houses. The boulevard is the most elegant in the city where the most important families of the early 20th century commissioned the construction of their homes to the best architects of the time including, among others, Antonio Gaudí. From Passeig de Gràcia, just two metro stops away is La Sagrada Familia, the last stop of the tour. Here you will see the different parts of the building and the many examples of religious symbolism hidden in its unique facades. You are sure to be captivated by Gaudi’s incredible architectural style: the peculiar shape of the columns, ceilings, walls, and the organic architecture of the basilica.

Barcelona: Guided Sagrada Familia Tour & Skip-The-Line Entry

9. Barcelona: Guided Sagrada Familia Tour & Skip-The-Line Entry

Your Semi-Private Sagrada Familia Tour begins at the Placa de Gaudì where you, your group of max 6 people, and guide will begin the experience. Be sure to have your cameras ready for some sublime selfies as you will be meeting in the city’s best spot to take unobstructed photos of the church from above at one of the city's secret terraces! Then, once inside the Sagrada Familia with skip-the-line access, submerge yourself in an ocean of colors and enjoy the serenity and warmth of the afternoon light as as you awe at the inspiring interior. You will also be given free time to wander and process all of the tales narrated to you by your expert guide.

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What people are saying about Sagrada Familia Towers

Today I took this experience and I loved every minute of it! If you're a history and art lover I definitely recommend it! I really enjoyed all the insights our guides gave us, it was a fun and interesting way of learning more about Gaudí and his work. We had a morning guide that told us all about La Sagrada Familia, Chessie, she was kind to wait for a couple of us that were late due to some roads being blocked, and shared a lot of important information with the group that really made a difference in understanding all the details of La Sagrada Familia. We were expecting to visit La Sagrada Familia's towers and we're surprised to realize that that's not included on this tour, it would be an amazing thing to include it in the future. In the afternoon our guide was Sofia and she did a great job telling us all about the Gaudí's houses. Overall, I would recommend this experience if you want to lear more about Gaudí's work and his geniality!

Excellent experience. We started the day in Casa Vicens in the famous Gràcia neighborhood. Casa Vicens was the first house of Gaudí and with our guide I have learnt a lot about Modernism architecture beggining and about the house. Despite being an interesting place this house is not so popular between tourists so it is really nice to be there with a guide. Then we walked across Gracia streets while the guide explained a lot about the area and some other modernism buildings around and arrived to la Pedrera, the most famous private building design by Gaudí, a magical place. In the afternoon the tour visits from Hospital de Sant Pau to the Sagrada Família area with nice explanations about Gaudí. Finally we visited the awesome Sagrada Família. Really nice experience totally recommended for people who likes to walk the city.

Tour was great, and the guides were great. I LOVED casa vicens and the sagrada familia - WOW. Gaudi is genious!!!!! Sofia and Jordi our guides were great. A lot of knowledge and funny. I really had a great time. Only down side is that there is a dead moment when you walk from Casa Vicesnes towrds the rest of the houses and maybe there should be a stop or something to say somtehing. Otherwise it's a bit of a long walk in silence. But over all it was really fun and I don't think I would enjoy the sagrada familia only for the audioguide - Jordi defintaly gave some extras!

The bike tour is great to get to know the city in a short time and to get an overview. Jean Pierre was able to tell us a lot of interesting things about the history and personalities of Barcelona. We would do it again at any time and can only recommend the bike tour.

Alfredo, our guide was very knowledgable and personable. He took the time to answer all our questions and gave That’s a good understanding of Barcelona’s history.