Explore the magnificence of Barcelona on this Best of Barcelona Day Tour, which offers a complete perspective of this lovely Catalan city, including a visit to La Sagrada Familia. Ideal for first-time guests, the visit will reveal to you the city’s most notable sights and permit you to find some of Barcelona’s best-kept privileged insights. You’ll appreciate skirt the-line access at La Sagrada Familia, so you can keep away from the long lines at this prevalent fascination. You’ll additionally visit the slope of Montjuïc and the Gothic Quarter. On this little gathering visit, you’ll get customized consideration from your guide.
Comprehensive tour through the city
Informative, cordial and expert local guide
Includes free admission tickets to major attractions
All taxes, fuel surcharges and service expenses included
Start with a drive to Barcelona’s popular slope of Montjuïc, the site of the 1992 Olympic Games, which offers incredible perspectives over the city. After a short stop at the Catalunya National Art Museum, proceed down to Plaça Espanya and on past the pioneer structures of the Eixample zone. .
On your route to the Sagrada Famlia, you’ll experience Passeig de Gracia, home to creator stores and two of Barcelona’s most eminent Antonio Gaudí structures – La Pedrera and Casa Batlló.
Avoid the line at La Sagrada Familia and evade the long lines. Your aide will provide for you an exhaustive voyage through the outer surface before taking you straight past the long lines and into the glorious inner part of this renowned structure, where you will have some leisure time to investigate all alone.
You’ll then head to the most established piece of Barcelona, the Gothic Quarter, where you’ll leave the transport and appreciate a walk around the limited avenues of medieval Barcelona. From that point, go once more to the early Middle Ages, going to the Jewish Quarter, the Royal Palace, the first 2,000-year-old Roman sanctuary and a piece of the Cathedral.
Proceed to the Born region, where you’ll have spare time for a snappy lunch before heading to the eminent Santa Maria del Mar church, a standout amongst the most wonderful in Barcelona, where your visit closes at pretty nearly 1pm.
Do you wish to visit La Pedrera and also Park Güell?
Upgrade to the full-day voyage through Barcelona, and you’ll keep on stopping Güell. Appreciate a guided voyage through the celebrated city enclosure, where you’ll be acquainted with some of Gaudí’s most odd manifestations. At long last, you’ll visit one of Gaudí’s most well known structures, La Pedrera (1-hour). You will avoid the line once more, and have an hour to visit inner part of the building. Your visit will then end at approx 4.30pm.