Impossible to miss Sagrada Familia & Park Güell tour
After a brief explanation from the outside and a few pictures, we’ll enter using our Priority Access. Sagrada Familia is one of the main reasons why Barcelona is so popular nowadays. It is probably the last big Catholic church still under construction worldwide. Started in 1882, it shows us the geniality of its architect, Antoni Gaudí, especially on the inside with a forest of columns and a magic light all around it.
We’ll explain the finished facades and towers and visit the inside of the Sagrada Familia’s central nave and the Museum. During our guided tour, we do not offer access to the towers; if you are interested, let us know, and we’ll see if there’s availability.
The Park Güell is uptown Barcelona, quite far away from the city center, it was planned to be a gardened community for summer and weekend homes, that’s why it is on the hills of Barcelona. It has great views of the city and Sagrada Familia. Most of the park is a green area open to everybody, but there’s a special part that you can visit with an entrance ticket (that we get in advance) this is the area that Gaudí build. The incredible undulating bench, the marketplace square, the famous lizard and the “gingerbread” looking like pavilions will surprise you for sure. It is going through some restoration but it is still very interesting to visit.
From 1 to 15 people
From 1 to 6 people
A few more details
How do I pay for the tour?
We use Paypal and SumUp ( you do not need to have an account, you can pay with any credit card). You can pay for the tickets on the same day as the tour.
Do I have to buy the tickets?
No, we will take care of buying the tickets for you.
Where do we meet?
The guide will meet you at the first stop of the tour.
Additional fees per person.
28 euros Sagrada Familia
10 euros Park Güell
Is it kids friendly?
YES, no doubts about it; it is our best seller Gaudi tour for families.
Do we have Priority access?
Yes, we have priority access to both places.
I have some mobility issues.
The Park Güell can be challenging if you have mobility issues; there are many steps, and we do some nice walking. Sagrada Familia provides wheelchairs on request.
I was in Barcelona for two weeks with two different groups. I booked Skip the Line at the last minute just hoping for some generic info and no standing in line. What we got instead was two very good guides, great information, very professional, and a tour that far exceeded my expectations! This is a small company and now I know two of the three employees! I highly recommend it! I got quick responses to my questions via email, it was easy to pay in advance and they chose a very easy meeting place– especially since we were coming by Metro. Would definitely use it again!
Albert was great. He was informative and flexible helping us make the most of our tour. I highly recommend getting a private tour of this site. Without it, we would have missed so much. Thank you!
Holly Marr, Conway-Arkansas
Carolina set the bar high for the tour experience. She speaks excellent English, knows the history of Barcelona, organizes the tour to maximize results and is a very pleasant person.
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.