Our private city tours are all flexible, depending on what you most want to see! Other customized tours include literary tours (The Shadow of the Wind, The Cathedral of the Sea, the Quixote…), schools visits…Would you like to PRACTICE or LEARN some Spanish or even Catalan during the tour? Just let us know as you are booking and we will adapt the visits to help teach you our languages.
Museums are not open on Mondays. Some Mondays that are public holidays, a few museums might be open, but much it would be much better not counting on visiting a museum on Monday.
- Some Gaudi’s sights are always open to visitors, like the Park Güell, Casa Batlló, and mostly Sagrada Familia.
The Cathedral (that is not the Sagrada Familia) is so far the only church in town, where there’s a “dress code,” shoulders and knees have to be covered.
Sagrada Familia this last summer started asking for a “dress code,” shoulders and knees have to be covered, just in case.
- Museums and sights have winter and summer schedules, we recommend at least 1’5 h per Museum. On a 4 hours tour, we could visit three different sights, museums on regular basis.
- We recommend you the tour from 9 am to 1 pm for the morning tours, and from 3 pm to 7 pm for the afternoon ones.