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Barcelona: E-Bike Tour

1. Barcelona: E-Bike Tour

See the best that Barcelona has to offer without breaking a sweat. Follow your local guide on your e-bike and learn more about the fascinating history of the city. Trace the 2,000-year-old heritage of Barcelona through its old town. Cycle down cobbled streets bursting with charm. Admire Gothic architectural gems like the Cathedral of Barcelona. Make your way down to the seafront for unbeatable views. Visit the Old Port and learn about the former fishing village, Barceloneta.

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Barcelona: Segway Tour

2. Barcelona: Segway Tour

See more of Barcelona and do your sightseeing in a fun comfortable way. Familiarize yourself with the easy-to-use Segway during a brief training session, then hit the road. Zip along the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter inside the walls of the former Roman city, populated with palaces, churches, artists’ workshops, and small shops selling all kinds of treats. Continue through the old town, gaze up at the Arc de Triomf, and enter Barcelona's oldest park, Ciutadella Park. Ride down Las Ramblas and stop at the foot of the Columbus Monument. Enjoy a view of Barcelona's skyline in front of the 3 mountains surrounding the city: Montjuïc, Tibidabo, and Collserola. Breathe in the sea air at the old port. Learn about the old fishing village of Barceloneta and feast your eyes on the extravagant yachts that populate the harbor today.

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Montserrat & Artistic Barcelona: the Best of Gaudí

3. Montserrat & Artistic Barcelona: the Best of Gaudí

Board the bus at the office of the local partner in central Barcelona and travel to the magical mountain of Montserrat. Famous for its peculiar morphology, its name comes from the Catalan words Mont and Serrat, which means "serrated mountain." Discover a site world-famous for its rocky geography and beautiful scenery, which was declared a National Park in 1987 to protect its natural and cultural importance. Follow your local guide through the site and learn about the history and architectural style of the Monastery. Find out more about the community of 80 monks who currently live in the Monastery and follow the rule of Saint Benedict. Admire the Gothic and Renaissance style of the basilica and sanctuary. Learn about the legend of the miraculous apparition of the Black Madonna and Child in the cave of Santa Cova. See the wood carving of this event known as "La Moreneta," which is kept in the Monastery. Enjoy some free time to taste the finest liquors, shop for locally produced treats, or visit the audiovisual exhibition once the guided tour finishes. Choose from a number of small churches and trails you can follow at your own pace. Check in again at the office of the local partner in central Barcelona 15 minutes before the starting time of the afternoon activity. Meet your guide and hop on an air-conditioned bus which will take you to the Sagrada Familia. Enjoy a panoramic tour of the exterior of the Sagrada Familia. Marvel at the extensive symbolism of its façade. Return to the bus and travel to Park Güell, located in the upper part of the city. Enjoy a guided tour of the Park with your local guide and discover why it is one of the most famous works by Antonio Gaudí. Continue the tour with a short trip to Passeig de Gràcia, the most important street in the city. Stroll down the street and admire the many modernist buildings, and learn about their history and significance. Stop in front of La Pedrera and at Casa Batlló, two more fine examples of Gaudí’s talents, before finishing the tour.

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Barcelona: Day Tour with Sagrada Familia and Park Güell

4. Barcelona: Day Tour with Sagrada Familia and Park Güell

Enter the world of Gaudí’s genius with visits to some of his most famous works, followed by a tour of the Sagrada Familia basilica on this full-day guided tour. Kick off your Barcelona adventure with one of the most stunning and recognizable buildings in the city: Casa Battló. A fine example of Gaudí’s best works, find out why this house is called the “House of Bones”. Inside, you’ll find thousands of colorful tiles, known as trencadís. Climb to the roof, referred to as the “Back of a Dragon”, for its curvy balcony corners and animal-like chimneys.   In search of more Gaudí inspiration, visit the Passeig de Gràcia, a famous boulevard containing some of the city’s most celebrated architecture. Your next stop will be another Gaudí residence, Casa Mila. From out front, admire its façade and marvelous forms that showcase the artist’s fabulous imagination.   Next, visit Park Güell, envisioned by Gaudí as a luxury residential area outside of the city center. Learn about his ideas for the complex and why they never materialized. Take postcard-worthy photos from the tiled balconies of the park, rising above its iconic Dragon Stairway.   Back in the city center, relax and have lunch on a 1.5-hour break. Finish your tour with Barcelona’s masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. After admiring the intricate façades of the exterior, head inside with your guide to see why it’s one of the most visited churches in Europe. Learn about the history of this magnificent building and take an elevator up into one of the towers. From here, you’ll have the best views of the city's grid streets below.

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What people are saying about Casa Mila

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 2 reviews

The combo tour was very good! The only disadvantage is that in Montserrat you only have 2 hours to explore everything on your own after the one-hour guided tour. So either stand in line to admire and touch the Black Madonna and then light a candle for the family or take a walk in the great outdoors with a visit to the viewing platform with the cross. Third alternative: visit the museum with the old masters. In any case, don't miss the liquor tasting! The 4 different liqueurs are very tasty! The Antoni Gaudi tour in the afternoon with a new guide was absolutely great. Thanks to the bilingual tour, you could learn some Spanish on the side. The Sagrada Familia is as impressive as any other masterpiece. You just have to fade out the large stream of tourists at the famous locations, then it doesn't bother you as much.

a great trip, everything was planned and organized perfectly

a comfortable bus with a reliable driver were the basics for a perfect trip. Our guide was very very competent and friendly, she told us absolutely enough about evry interesting fact, but she was not overloading us with information. I appreciated it also a lot. that we had free time to decide ourselves what to do, time to emjoy the great place and to stroll around. This trip was just perfect!

Monsterrat was fantastic exceeded all my expectations

Monsterrat was amazing ! Beautiful scenery , church interesting history ! The tour to Sagrada Família was very interesting but lots of standing , which after the Monsterrat tour was tiring ! Better to do them separately ! Tour guides were great very knowledgeable

I will rate the Best of Gaudi as excellent. The Montserrat is not as good as I expected. Not much time to enjoy the place. Guide not giving information and hard to understand. He was sick too.

Very interesting and informative

Bring water in the summer. It is very hot in Spain. No public water fountains