Of all the architects that helped shape Barcelona at the turn of the century, Antoni Gaudí is the most well renowned. On this tour we introduce you to his life and works while seeing the façades of four of his most striking constructions. The perfect way to discover Gaudí and decide which buildings you might like to visit in your own time.
- 1 to 25: € 195
- More than 25: 2 groups (10% discount of the total amount)
- Prices are per tour, not per person
Price does not include transportation (taxi or public transport).
Plaça Reial (by the water fountain). We can also collect you at your hotel if it is located near the attractions we visit.More details +
Plaça Reial / Palau Güell / Block of Discord / Casa Batlló / Passeig de Gràcia / Eixample architecture / La Pedrera / Sagrada Familia
Wheelchair friendly tour
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Plaça Reial (by the water fountain)
We can also collect you at your hotel if it is located near the attractions we visit.
How to get to the meeting point
Nearest metro stop: Liceu (L3). Take the the exit named “Sortida: Liceu” and walk down La Rambla towards the sea (the main Opera House will be on your right). After 2 minutes you will see a Kentucky Fried Chicken on your left. Take the next left into the square (Plaça Reial).
How to find the guide
Our friendly guide will be waiting by the fountain in the middle of the square wearing a bright green vest and a name tag.
It has been a traditional meeting place in Barcelona since it was built in the XIX century. But this is not the only reason why our tour starts here. A young Gaudí has left some illuminating work in the square.
The first project for Gaudí’s patron and his first masterpiece. Situated in the midst of the old city, Palau Güell shines out amongst the surrounding buildings. Find out about Gaudí’s beginnings as an architect and his unusual approach to the design of the house.
Block of Discord
Three architects compete for the most striking building in the block. Known as “La Manzana de la Discordia” (Block of Discord) by local Barcelonans, we let you decide which one is your favourite of these architectural masterpieces.
It has been called “a fairytale in stone” and “the house of yawns”. Today, nobody doubts that Casa Batlló is the architect’s most magical building. From knights in shining armour to traditional festivals, all is included in Gaudí’s imagination.
Eixample & Passeig de Gràcia
Designed by Idelfons Cerdà in the middle of the 19th century, the Eixample was the new playground for the bourgeoisie of the time. Here you will find the modern shops and restaurants but also the great masterpieces of the Modernisme architecture.
Casa Milà / La Pedrera
Gaudí’s masterpiece. A raw sculpture carved and moulded into Passeig de Gràcia. Offensive at the time, abandoned to its destiny and recovered to its grandeur, Casa Milà was a very troubled commission that included not only fights and court cases but also a few subtle acts of vengeance by its creator.
The unfinished temple, Gaudí’s obsession and the symbol of a city. The Sagrada Familia is like a storybook that is missing many pages. Find out about the temple’s past, present and future and hear about the architect’s tragic end. Our tour finishes here with the hope that someday you’ll see Gaudí’s dream realised.
- Once we confirm availability for the tour we will send an invoice for the payment to your email address through our bank’s online secure payment system.
- Because some of the attractions are quite far apart, two short metro trips will be involved (fare not included). The guide can help you buying a metro pass if needed.
- This tour does not include a visit to the interior of the Gaudí buildings.
Cancellation policy for the tour:
- Full refund for tours cancelled more than 72 hours before the scheduled starting time.
- No refunds for tours cancelled less than 72 hours before the scheduled starting time or for no shows.
- In the case of heavy rain the tour will run as usual so please bring suitable rain gear.