Mon, Wed & Fri at 8.30 am from April 2021
2 tours of 6h30 + 2h30
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
  • COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família

COMBO Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família



Save 19 euros for the two visits in one day: Montserrat and cellars Codorniu morning + Gaudi afternoon – Sagrada Família Tour.

Tour Details

  • Morning – Montserrat & Codorníu Wine Cellars. Starts 8h30 AM. Duration: 6h30 approx.
  • Afternoon – Gaudí the Sagrada Família Tour. Starts: 3h15 PM. Duration: 2h30 approx
  • Language: English.
  • Transport: Comfortable roomy air-conditioned bus.
  • Price includes: entrance to Sagrada Família (worth 18 €), professional guide, spacious coach and experienced driver, entrance to Codorníu Cellars (worth 16 €) and a taste of cava.
  • Itinerary: Morning tour: Barcelona > Codorníu Wine Cellars including a taste of cava > Montserrat with some time for lunch > return to Barcelona.
    Afternoon tour: Plaça Catalunya > Passeig de Gràcia with façades of Casa Batlló and la Pedrera > Sagrada Família guided visit + free time > return to Plaça Catalunya.

Why do our customers book this tour?

  • Fast track entrance to the Sagrada Família and Codorníu cellars
  • You will get the best price combining 2 tours in one day.
  • Codorníu has the world’s largest underground cellars – 34 km of tunnels to store the Cava
  • Enjoy some spectacular views from Montserrat mountain and see la Moreneta up close (the Black Madonna)

What's included

  • Picturesque drive up to Montserrat (about an hour from Barcelona).
  • Roomy and air conditioned bus with big windows.
  • About an hour free time to roam on your own.
  • Entrance tickets and skip the line to Sagrada Família.

What's not included

  • Funicular, track railway or cable car. You will have time for a round trip on Sant Joan funicular railway.
  • The Boys’ Choir.
  • Food and drinks. There is water available in the bus for 1 €.
  • Access to the towers in Sagrada Família.
  • Hotel pick up. Departure point is in Plaça Catalunya, the center of Barcelona and with very good communications, near la Rambla, Gothic Quarter and Passeig de Gràcia.

Please note

  • This tour involves some walking.
  • Dress a bit warmer for Montserrat, it is colder than the city.
  • Silence must be kept inside the church so the guide will give all the explanations outside.
  • This is not a wheelchair accessible vehicle.
  • Dress code inside the temple:For safety, no hats are allowed inside the nave or the museum except for religious, health or belief-related reasons.Visitors may not enter barefoot.As it is a Catholic church, visitors must dress appropriately, following these restrictions:
    • No see-through clothing
    • Tops must cover the shoulders
    • No plunging necklines or exposed backs or bellies
    • Shorts and skirts must come down to at least mid-thigh
    • Visitors will not be allowed to enter with special clothing to celebrate any sort of festivities, nor with any decorations designed to distract or draw attention for artistic, religious, promotional or any other purposes.
What will I see?

What will I see?

Montserrat & Codorníu Wine Cellars Tour

The two most popular sites near Barcelona are combined in this tour. Make the most of your time and visit the Penedès wine region on the way to Montserrat Sanctuary.

Discover the Cathedral of Cava. Codorníu has the largest underground cellars in the world; it stocks up to 100 million bottles which are housed in a Modernista building declared a historic artistic monument. The visit includes a tour around the cellar in a small electric train and a taste of cava (method champenoise wine).

Montserrat: Spectacular mountain and views, ancient monastery, holy shrine. An incomparable place not to be missed. Dress a bit warmer for Montserrat, it is colder than the city.

Itinerary: Barcelona > Sant Sadurní d’Anoia – Codorníu Cellars > Parc Natural de Montserrat > Sanctuary (Monastery, Basilica, Chapel of the Virgin) > Free time for lunch > return to Barcelona.

Gaudí – The Sagrada Família Tour

The tour is dedicated to the single most important site in Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia, unfinished temple of the genius architect Antoni Gaudí, who dedicated the latter part of his life to this work.

Find out who Gaudi was with a visit to the Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo. Enter their world and do not leave Barcelona without really understanding some of his most outstanding works. Do not waste time, your expert guide will take you directly to the interior.

Itinerary: Passeig de Gràcia > Façades of Casa Batlló & La Pedrera > Eixample > Sagrada Família.

What to expect

What to expect

Montserrat and Codorníu wineries

The tour will begin at 8.30 am, departing towards the wine region of Penedès. First stop at the Codorníu Winery, with a guided tour, a trip on a small electric train along the underground cellars and a tasting of cava (champagne method). Then we go to Montserrat, directly to hear the Boys’ Choir (when available), guided tour and free time for lunch. We’ll be back in Barcelona at Plaça Catalunya around 3 pm.

Gaudí – the Sagrada Família Tour

You will have about 15 minutes in plaça Catalunya before the following tour starts. You will hop on the bus and drive along Passeig de Gràcia avenue, so you can see some of the most outstanding Modernista style houses, including Gaudí’s Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. You will then go towards Sagrada Família, consider you will have a 10-15 minute walk from the parking area to the entrance of the monument. Once there, you will have a guided tour of the façades, the basilica and the museum. After some free time you will head back to the bus and plaça Catalunya.

Departure point

Departure point

The tour starts from Plaza Catalunya in front of Deutsche Bank and Hotel Olivia Plaza. Please arrive 15 minutes before departure time. Look for orange umbrellas!



Check our reviews and see what our customers say about this tour.

Posted by Natilou - 06 Jun 2018

“Great combo tour!”

The wine tour was very enjoyable esp. the train ride around the cellar! Montserrat was breath-taking and simply beautiful. Sagrada Familia was awe-inspiring! Definitely a must-see!
Visited May 2018
Reviewed 5 stars on Get Your Guide by Natilou– United States

Posted by Olga Brusilovskaya - 25 Sep 2017

I used Montserrat tour with Irina Sytcheva. She was very helpful and nice guide, was talking a lot of new and amazing things. Montserrat is one of the greatest place I was, experience for sole, not only for eyes. I hope to ruturn there, so thank you for this tour!

Posted by Amanda P. - 07 Aug 2017

"Great day out" 5/5 stars

My husband and I spontaneously booked the Cordoniu, Monserrat & Sagrada Familia combo. So glad we did – all three stops were amazing and photos just don't do them justice! We were fortunate enough to hear the boys choir sing at Monserrat (Tuesday), but get a seat in early as it was packed in the church. We also recommend booking a tour for Sagrada Familia as it does get very busy and it was so great to have all the extra background info. Our guides were both very knowledgable and friendly (Phillipe and Sonia). Easy booking / registration, informative and enjoyable. My only suggestion is to pack a lunch and water before hand as there are limited options to eat once you are on the road (e.g at Monserrat we did not have a whole lot of free time and most of the food from the cafes had sold out). All in all we enjoyed a great day out 🙂

Visited May 2017. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Amanda P.

Posted by Mary - 07 Jul 2017

“Excellent tour!”
Our guide to Montserrat and the winery was Bernard. He was fabulous. He provided interesting and relevant information. Tanya was our guide to the Sagrada Familia. She, too, was excellent. This was one of the best days of our trip!
Visited June 2017
Reviewed 5 stars on Get Your Guide by Mary – United States

Posted by Amarjit - 19 Apr 2017

“With limited time in the Barcelona, this tour was well organised.”
Enjoyed, guides were informative, ideally needs more time to explore the Montserrat and Sagrada Familia Church. Excellent overall especially the wine tasting at the Cordinu Winery.

Visited April 2017
Reviewed 5 stars on Get Your Guide by Amarjit – United Kingdom

Posted by K. Petersik - 13 Oct 2016

"A very successful day"
The Kombi-Tagestour was organized for us as a tailor-made private tour.
On request, if we can experience the tour in German language, was after some
Orgistering expenses. The modern minibus picked up our small travel group (16 people) directly from our accommodation in Barcelona and took us to the journey stages of the day. Our guide is a full-blooded Barcelonian and has brought us a lot of knowledge and passion with Land & People, History & Architecture. It was a wonderful day. We are definitely coming back to see more and to see the completed Sagrada Familia.

Visited October 2016
Reviewed 5 stars on Get Your Guide by K. Petersik– Germany

Posted by Michael - 30 Sep 2016

“Well worth the trip”
It was rather a long day but we had a great trip. The cava tour was very informative and we were the first group there so felt personalized. I feel that we could have used an extra hour at Montserrat but were still able to do the short hike out to the cross to look back across the valley at the cathedral, listen to the boys choir and eat lunch before departing. If you want to actually see the choir sing, instead of being squeezed into the back of the church entrance, then you'll need to arrive quite early. Finally, sagrada familia was wonderful, and fantastic to see in the afternoon as the sunlight catches the stained glass and paints rainbows on the ceiling. Our tour guides were friendly and full of knowledge. Great day trip.

Visited September 2016
Reviewed 5 stars on Get Your Guide by Michael – United States

Posted by PB3130 on TripAdvisor 5/5 stars - 12 Feb 2016

Excellent trip out to Codorniu with cellar tour underground of 34 kms of tunnels to store the famous Cava, followed y tasting!
Then further trip up to Mont Serrat!! Beautiful views and very informative guide!
Then we finished the afternoon at La Sagrada – informative but very busy and difficulty hearing tour guide even with headphones on! Long day but most enjoyable!!
Visited June 2015

Posted by Cbuehrig - 17 Jul 2015

“Montserrat Monastery, Vineyard and Sagrada Familia” 5/5 stars

Excellent trip. Loved seeing Montserrat Monastery and the black Madonna. Wish we had more time. Sagrada Familia is something that must be seen to be appreciated. Our tour guide was very knowledgable.

Visited July 2015
Reviewed on tripadvisor by Cbuehrig from South Carolina, USA

Posted by nanaellie629 - 17 Jul 2015

“tour of Barcelona” 5/5 stars

We were in Barcelona for a two day stay before a cruise. We had never been to Barcelona and do not speak Spanish so thought taking a tour would be best for us. We did three tours with Barcelona Guide Tours. The guides were very knowledgeable spoke English and welcomed us warmly to Barcelona. We did the Magic Fountain at night , Montserrat and Codorniu Cava Caves, and Sagrada Familia. We were very glad we spent the money for these tours we learned a lot about each venue as well as life in Barcelona.

Visited June 2015
Reviewed on tripadvisor by nanaellie629 from Massachusetts, USA

Posted by RathacK - 16 Jul 2015

"Great tour and great price!" 5/5 stars
My friends and I did the Montserrat, Codorniu and Sagrada Familia tour. Our tour Guide Daniel did a wonderful job. The check in process was easy and everything went smoothly. I enjoyed every moment of the tour and I highly suggest people to do this tour.
Reviewed on tripadvisor by RathacK from California – USA

Posted by MayTanseco - 08 Nov 2014

“Great tour operator” 5/5 stars

We used BGB for our Codorniu-Montserrat and Sagrada Familia tours. Tours were on time, buses were comfortable. Oliver, our guide for the Codorniu-Montserrat tour, was very knowledgeable, fun and funny. Mariona, our guide for Sagrada Familia was similarly very knowledgeable and very warm and kind. Jordi, our bus driver for both tours, was friendly. We were impressed with his driving skills, especially for the Montserrat tour.

Visited October 2014
Reviewed on tripadvisor by MayTanseco

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