The Antoni Gaudí Tour in Barcelona
See The most important works of Antoni Gaudí on a guided tour
Gaudí's many impressive buildings are visited by people from all over the world, and with good reason. Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) is one of the most influential architects from the 20th century. His creativity, unorthodox methods and his creation of daring roof tops and winding stairs have made him world famous. La Sagrada Familia, the unfinished church that Gaudí started on in 1883, is one of the most peculiar religious buildings in the world, and it will be the world's highest when it is finished.
On the Antoni Gaudí and Modernism Tour you will see the most important works of the genious architect such as Casa Batlló, Casa Milà and Sagrada Familia, but you also get to know the works of Puig i Cadafalch and Domènech i Montaner who were competing with Gaudí to create Barcelona's most fabulous buildings.
Photos of some of the highlights of the Antoni Gaudí Tour
Itinerary of the Antoni Gaudí Tour
Below you are able to see the monuments visited on the Gaudí City Tour. If you have any special wishes about seing monuments that are not included in the list, we are flexible about the route.
- Casa Batlló: Gaudí's first masterwork.
- Casa Lleó Morera (Domènech i Montaner's corner building on the passeig de Gracia).
- Casa Amatller: one of Puig i Cadafalch's absolute masterpieces
- Banc-Fanals on Passeig de Gracía (by Pere Falqués)
- Casa Milà: Gaudís intent to surpass Casa Batlló. The building is seen from the outside.
- La Sagrada Familia (the world famous unfinished church). We offer "skip the line" and let you enter the church without having to wait.
- Casa de les punxes: Puig i Cadafalch's castle in medieval style.
- Park Güell: the architect parc by Gaudí built for Barcelona's rich families
- The Triumph Arch by Josep Vilaseca
- Optional: Portal Miralles (a never completed structure by Gaudí), Finca Güell (a palace built for Eusebi Güell with Gaudís impressive portal made of wrought iron), Palau Güell: (a private house built for Eusebi Güell, reopened in June 2011) and "New Tendencies": The Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe and and Palau Nacional designed by Puig i Cadafalch.
: The tour has a flexible starting time and is fully customizable. It can be arranged for groups of between 8 and 100 people. If the group consists of more than 30 people, we recommend to divide the group into two, each with its own bus, guide and driver.
Duration: 3-4 hours (the tour can be customized and shortened to a 2- hour tour).
What is included:
- Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
- Private, modern bus with A/C and driver
- A professional, licensed guide
- Optional: include entrance fees to monuments
Languages: English (please contact us for Spanish, French, German, Italian or other languages).
per person for a private Gaudí Tour in Barcelona. The final price depends on the number of participants. .