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Barcelona Tours

Barcelona
Visit Barcelona with our guides and discover all of Gaudi’s key works, including the Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batllo and Casa Mila. Don’t miss the charming medieval Gothic Quarter and La Rambla street, as well as a trip to Barcelona FC’s Camp Nou Stadium. Looking for a day trip outside the city? Head for the Costa Brava and discover Girona, Figueras, Cadaques and Montserrat!

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Shore excursions of Barcelona in a day

If your cruise stops in Barcelona and you want to make the most of your time in the Catalan city, ...

Barcelona and Gaudi Private Tour

Become a Gaudì expert during your visit to Barcelona, accompanied by a fun and knowledgeable privat ...

Gothic Quarter, El Born and Sagrada Familia Private Tour

Discover the Modernist and Medieval parts of Barcelona, with a 4 hour private tour to get a great ...

Express Tour of the Sagrada Familia

If there's one place in Barcelona that you need to visit with skip the line tickets, it's the city's ...

Fun kids walking tour of Barcelona

Spend 4 hour action-packed hours with a top child-friendly guide, to help your kids discover the ...

Gaudi Experience for Kids

During your family's stay in Barcelona why not learn about the man that shaped the city's landscape, ...

Gothic district and Scavenger Hunt tour at the market

For the most interactive tour of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, choose our Gothic district and ...

About: Barcelona Tours

Barcelona is a city rich in culture, history and natural beauty. Taking a tour of Barcelona will allow you to admire the modernist architecture of Gaudí such as the Sagrada Família and the Casa Batlló, explore the Gothic Quarter and its market, enjoy the local cuisine, admire the view from the ramblas, visit the Park Guell, shopping, and much more. In addition, Barcelona is a coastal city with a vibrant nightlife, making it an ideal destination for a holiday.

What to see in Barcelona in a day?

In just one day, you can see many of Barcelona’s most famous attractions. Here are some options:

  1. Start your day by visiting the Sagrada Familia, one of the city’s most famous attractions and an example of Gaudí’s modernist architecture.
  2. Stroll along the Ramblas, one of Barcelona’s most famous streets, and visit the Boqueria Market to sample some of the local specialties.
  3. Explore the Gothic Quarter and see Barcelona Cathedral, Plaça Reial and Picasso’s House.
  4. Take a lunch break in one of the many restaurants in the city, where you can enjoy local cuisine.
  5. In the afternoon, visit the Park Guell, another example of Gaudí’s architecture and enjoy the view of the city.
  6. Go shopping along Passeig de Gràcia, one of the most famous shopping streets in Barcelona and see Casa Batlló and Casa Milà.
  7. Finally, enjoy the nightlife and cuisine of Barcelona.

Of course, it also depends on your personal preferences, but these are some of the most famous and popular attractions in the city. I suggest you make a prior planning to get an idea of what you want to see and how to better organize your day.

How long is a tour of the Sagrada Familia?

The Sagrada Familia tour can last an average of 4 hours and includes the main works of Gaudí:

  • Sagrada Familia
  • Paseig de Gracia
  • Casa Batlò
  • Casa Mila

Keep in mind that at certain times of the year the waiting times for entering the Sagrada Familia can be longer. Our tour includes skip the line tickets that will allow you to avoid the long queues at the entrance.

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