Explore in depth the works of the architect who changed Barcelona
This is by far the most popular tour in Barcelona: The architect Antoni Gaudí left his heritage in the city transforming forever our urban landscape with his touches of genius, color and forward thinking.
Our tours are private tours for your party only. No strangers joining your tours.
Get to skip the lines in all museums and sites. Don’t even buy tickets in advance.
During the tour we get acquainted with his masterpieces, hear about his life and personality, and get to understand his interest in nature and his exceptional command of engineering – all in an informative but fun way!
In 4 hours we can cover:
Casa Batlló and Casa Milà / Pedrera. One inside and one outside
We recommend to enter Casa Milà.
Sagrada Família Church. Inside is a MUST! (Towers not included)
Park Güell. Inside.
Transportation: Walking + Taxi/Subway OR chauffeured tour.
Tour is available Mon-Sun.
Accessibility: Flights of steps in La Pedrera and Park Güell.
DID YOU KNOW… That with our official tourguide license we get to skip the lines?
AND DID YOU KNOW… That Marta is a Gaudí expert because she worked 2.5 years as a protocol tourguide in the Sagrada Família Church?
Extended versions of this tour: A 5h tour would allow us to visit both apartment buildings from inside. A longer tour would be recommended for those wishing to study Gaudí’s works in depth, and might include a lunch stop. Or you might also want to consider adding some extra hours to see some of his Minor Works. Ask me!
In Passeig de Gràcia st., the heart of the Eixample District, we find 2 apartment buildings by Antoni Gaudi.
Casa Batlló is a colorful apartment building remodeled by him in 1905, and part of the Block of Disagreement where two other remarkable architects of the time worked aswell.
Only 3 blocks further, Casa Milà / Pedrera was a controversial apartment building, the last private project he accepted before devoting himself exclusively to the Sagrada Família Church, 1906-1910.
A short taxi/subway/car drive is located the Sagrada Família Church, his absolute masterpiece to which he dedicated the last years of his life until his death. Following his wishes and the plaster models he left, the construction has continued and now it’s scheduled to be finished by 2026-30. Pope Benedict dedicated the inside in November 7, 2010.
Finally, a longer ride (no subway option here) will take us to the Park Güell: another unfinished project, commissioned by his best friend and patron Eusebi Güell. Although it never became the planned community that it was meant to be, but it’s now the most fairy-taleish park in Barcelona.