Guided Virtual Tours in Barcelona
Enjoy a virtual guided tour of one of the monuments or museums we offer. You will be accompanied by a professional guide who will show you every corner of your chosen place. It will help you understand and discover information and details as if you were physically there.
Enter the world of geometry, fantasy and nature of Gaudí through the monumental columns of the Sagrada Família and the undulating forms of Casa Batlló or take a surreal trip to the Dalí Museum. Everything, and much more, from the comfort of your home.
- Duration: 50 minutes + time for questions
- Where: From the comfort of your home
- In one language: English, Spanish and Catalan
- Casa Batlló
- Dalí Museum
- Sagrada Família
- Barcelona Highlights
Why do our customers book this tour?
- Virtual and guided. Enjoy a live tour accompanied by a professional guide, personalized according to the interests of the group and where you will discover all the details and secrets of each monument. All from the comfort of your home.
- Virtual tour of the monument you chooose: Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló or Dalí Museum or Barcelona Highlights.
- Live tour with a professional guide. You can ask all the questions you want
What will I see?
Antoni Gaudí was a visionary architect during the Modernisme period of Barcelona in the early 1900s. Most of his work are extraordinary buildings, and 7 of them have been listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, including the Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlló.
Open your eyes, your heart and your mind – to admire the way that Gaudí uses nature as a source of inspiration, what appears to be chaos is actually based on sophisticated mathematics. Every detail is full of surprises waiting to be discovered.
La Sagrada Familia, the jewel in the crown of Gaudí’s work. This temple is the synthesis of his concept of architecture. The wealth of detail and symbolism needs an explanation to fully appreciate this extraordinary monument.
EXTERIOR: Each facade explains a chapter of Jesus’ life. On the façade of the Birth you will see the Nativity Manger and on the other side, on the facade of the passion, you will find 3 scenes before the death of Jesus.
BASILICA: There are no words to describe the interior of the Sagrada Familia. The curved columns look like trees, the light inside plays in a constant change of colors.
Casa Batlló is not just a building, but a whole artistic legend. The exceptional façade reflects a calm sea and behind it hides a world full of amazing and refined architectural details.
It is one of the most particular buildings of the architect Antoni Gaudí, who with the originality and creativity of its forms has suggested to the popular tradition a diversity of names, such as “the house of bones”, or “the house of the dragon, ”among others.
“I want my museum to be a unique block, a labyrinth, a great surreal object. It will be an absolutely theatrical museum. People who come to see him will leave with the feeling that they have had a theatrical dream.”
These are the words of Dalí in 1960, when he turned this red castle, decorated with its characteristic eggs and breads, from an old ruined theater. The structure, even today, is the most important surrealist space in the world. Dalí himself was involved in all aspects of the construction of his masterpiece: it is the perfect resting place for the master of surrealism. (Yes, Dalí’s crypt is below the stage floor of the theater).
The Dalí Museum is much more than a collection of works of art. There are extraordinary facilities such as the Rainy Taxi, the Mae West Room and the reimagined Sistine Chapel. You will find the Gala, Dalí’s wife and muse, all over the museum, and the Atomic Leda stands out.
Barcelona is a city with a lot of history. The Romans founded it and different civilizations have left their marks on the buildings, structure and personality of the city. In this virtual tour, we will show you the evolution of Barcelona from its foundation to the present day. We will show you the most interesting buildings and areas we have so you will understand the transformation of the city.
What to expect
Choose a specific date and time. An hour before the start we will send you an invitation to join the video conference. At the agreed time, you will meet your guide, and the rest of your companions, everything will be ready to begin the virtual guided tour.
Who will be your guide?
Sònia or Abel, depending on availability. Sònia and Abel are two veteran guides with many years of experience. Lovers of art, architecture and history know some of the best kept secrets of our monuments; along with them you can discover them all.
The group will be up to 30 people.
We are sure you will love the tour but if for some reason you are not completely satisfied you have a 30 day money back guarantee policy, no questions asked.
Send an email to consult availability and prices for your private virtual guided tour to firstname.lastname@example.org
From the comfort of your home.