The architecture of Antoni Gaudí is what makes Barcelona special. We have a collection of Gaudi tours that have been designed to show you his masterpieces as well as some hidden gems off the beaten path, in Barcelona as well as the surrounding area.
And if you want to do some sites on your own, prepare your visits reading our blog posts about Gaudi and buying tickets online ahead of time.


Same for some the works of other great Modernism masters: here you’ll find our blog posts about Modernism, and you can get your tickets online below:


Europe wouldn’t be Europe without its vast heritage of medieval churches and monasteries. Barcelona has beautiful Gothic churches and Basilicas, that we can show you in many of our city tours, but more specifically on the Old Town Tour. These are some unique ways to visit Barcelona churches:

Outside of the city you can find some cool monasteries and basilicas such as Montserrat, Gaudi’s Cripta Güell, Poblet, Sant Cugat or Vic.

  • Getting to Sant Cugat or the Cripta Güell on your own is quite easy and it can be done in a morning by train.
  • Vic is also easily reached by RENFE train but you’ll need a whole day.
  • Poblet is better done by private (or rental) car.

As for reaching Montserrat, using public transportation takes longer and you’ll need a whole day – so if you wish to spare yourself the trouble make sure to check our Montserrat Tours. Or if you are an independent traveler, then check out our posts on Montserrat and the Montserrat passes below:


The Barcelona architecture is not just about Gaudi and churches. There is much more to explore if you have the time! Check out our Architecture Tours to see what the city has to offer. Or let us suggest a few more things you can do on your own:


Our private guides are art specialists that can get you through the main Barcelona museums skipping lines and unveiling for your the secrets of gorgeous paintings, sculpture and furniture items. Read more about art and museums in our blog. And get your skip-the-line tickets here:


Of course, not all museums are about art. Check out below a few of our most interesting non-art museums: