Learn about the fascinating life and worldview of the famous architect Antoni Gaudí through two of his masterpieces: The Park Güell and La Sagrada Familia. You’ll discover how this park went from a private development to a public park and the incredible history of Gaudí’s dream, the basilica where his most adventurous fantasies became reality.
Barcelona is the epicentre of Modernism, one of the most celebrated artistic movements from the end of the 19th Century.
Includes two iconic monuments from Gaudí, Modernism and Barcelona.
Includes a guided tour of La Sagrada Familia, Spain’s most visited attraction.
The main patio in Park Güell features amazing panoramic views of Barcelona.
As an accredited guide, I have direct access to monuments without having to wait in long queues.
You’ll have plenty of time to listen, observe, ask questions and take photographs.
This tour is very special as you will visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites by Antoni Gaudí.
I adapt to the needs to any group, including groups that have mobility issues or groups with children.
€ 195 per group (6 people max.). The price does not include tickets or transportation. This is a tour just for your party. Sagrada tickets: € 18 per adult Park Güell tickets: € 8 per adult. Fell free to contact me for a budget with the number of your party and the date that you want to do the guided tour.
This tour is perfect for immersing yourself in the most daring fantasies envisioned by the modernist architect Antoni Gaudí, with a guided tour of two of his masterpieces that were declared World Heritage sites by UNESCO.
Firstly, we’ll visit La Sagrada Familia. Because you’ll be accompanied by an accredited guide accredited by the Government of Catalonia, you won’t have to queue.
We’ll discuss why this work was the culmination of his career and his spirituality, leading us to examine the symbolism behind each detail in the temple.
Afterwards, we’ll take a 15-minute taxi ride to the Park Güell, another of the architect’s emblematic creations.
We’ll cover the least-known details to the most wide-spread stories—the history of this space, which resembles a magic world filled with colours, shapes, plants, animals and unique houses… even a Greek temple!.
Park Güell is another beautiful icon of the city. Gaudí built it for his friend and patron Eusebio Güell. If you want a more complete tour of Gaudi´s modernist work, book the 4-hour option, which also includes a visit to Casa Batlló and La Pedrera.
Visitors are asked to wear modest clothing when entering La Sagrada Familia.
Visitors are not permitted to eat, drink or smoke inside the basilica and other monuments.
Children must also reserve a ticket for La Sagrada Familia and the Park Güell, even though entry is free.
Entry to the Park Güell is non-refundable.
Groups of 10 or more people must carry out a unique registration process when purchasing tickets for the Park Güell.
Visitors may take photos as long as it’s done without the use of a tripod.
At the Nativity Façade of La Sagrada Familia on Marina Street. You will recognize me easily because I will wear the official guide badge and have a red folder in my hand.
Quick access to the monuments
Tour of the Sagrada Familia
Tour of the Park Güell
Explanations in English with an accredited guide
Entry ticket to the Sagrada Familia
Entry ticket to the Park Güell
Price of metro trip between La Sagrada Familia and the Park Güell (around €8 in taxi)
Food and beverages