Gaudí Tour

  • 3 Hours
  • Price per Group
  • Metro Card Needed

An overview of the life and works of Antoni Gaudí

This tour is an overview of the life and works of Barcelona's most famous architect, Antoni Gaudí i Cornet. From his rural beginnings in the town of Reus to his work on Barcleona's most emblematic building, the Sagrada Familia. We will start in the Plaça Reial where we will see his first individual commissions from the city of Barcelona before seeing 4 of his most popular houses (Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Casa Calvet, and Palau Güell) within Barcelona, before finishing with a breakdown of his work on the Sagrada Familia! The visits to each of the houses will be exterior visits that will allow you to decide which house you might later like to visit during your stay. If you would like to visit the Sagrada Familia, I highly suggest and visit after the tour, as we will finish just outside its doors! If you need assistance with the reservation process, I am more than happy to help with the booking process, just let me know! The order of the route can be changed if you prefer to end the tour else where. Please leave all request in the Booking Request form. I order to make our way around the city, it will be necessary to have a metro ticket with at least two rides per person. These tickets can be purchased in any metro station and can be purchased during the tour.

Top Gaudí Houses

See the Casa Battló, Milà, Calvet and Palau Güell and find out the secrets and inspirations behind them.

Uncover the Sagrada Familia

Learn why the Sagrada Familia has been being built since 1882 and what will be done before completion in 2026.

Professional Guide

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Metro Card Needed

Each person will need a minimum of two trips on the metro to use during the tour. Cards can be purchased before or during the tour.

Trip Itinerary

Plaça Reial
Palau Güell
Casa Calvet
Block of Discord
Casa Batlló
Casa Milà (La Pedrera)
Sagrada Familia

Tour Pricing

3 Hour Tour
20 pers. per group max
200€/group
  • Sagrada Familia
  • Casa Batlló
  • Casa Milà
  • Palau Güell

Reviews

So we took this walking tour Barcelona with Patrick guide and trust me, he is AMAZING. Patrick is super cool and fun to be with. He has all the historical and contemporary insight of the city. His delivery is understandable and his fun side makes everything interesting. If you plan to visit Barcelona and want to know everything about the city in a most comfortable environment, Patrick should definitely be your choice. I strongly recommend everyone to take a tour with Patrick!! Bravo Man! You Rock!!
Trip Advisor Review
October 2019
Patrick was a fantastic tour guide. He has incredible knowledge of historical and current events. Patrick even brought with him visual aids to help enhance our experience. Only wish we would have had him with us during all of our time in Barcelona.
Google Review
November 2019
Patrick’s walking tour was a highlight of my trip to Barcelona. He wove history, architecture, and current events together into a tour that left me entertained and informed. He is hands down one of the best tour guides I’ve ever had in any of my travels. I highly recommend!
Google Review
November 2019

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