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El Tour Gaudí

Resumen

Resumen

Entrada directa a la Sagrada Familia y la Casa Batlló de Gaudí. Entra en un mundo de fantasía y geometría. No te vayas de Barcelona sin comprender realmente algunos de sus trabajos más excepcionales.

Detalles del tour

  • Cuándo: Todos los días a las 9 am y durante todo el año
  • Duración: 3 horas 30 min
  • Idioma: Este tour es únicamente en Inglés!
  • El precio incluye: Entradas a la Casa Batlló (coste 24.50€) & Sagrada Família (coste 18€)
  • Transporte: cómodo y espacioso autobús privado con aire acondicionado. Ten en cuenta que todos nuestros viajes en autobús también implican caminar un poco.
  • Itinerario: Plaza de Cataluña> Paseo de Gracia> Casa Batlló> Fachada de La Pedrera> Eixample> Sagrada Familia> Plaza de Cataluña

¿Por qué deberías hacer el tour?

  • Entrada directa a la Sagrada Familia y la Casa Batlló
  • El tour es sólo en Inglés
  • La visita a la Sagrada Familia se realiza al final del tour, por lo que puedes permanecer en el edificio y saborear durante el tiempo que desees esta joya arquitectónica.

Incluye

  • Entradas incluidas. Entrada directa a la Sagrada Familia y la Casa Batlló
  • Autobús espacioso, con aire acondicionado y grandes ventanas panorámicas para hacer fotos
  • Tiempo libre, tanto en la Casa Batlló como en la Sagrada Familia

No incluye

  • Acceso a las torres de la Sagrada Familia.
  • Alimentos y bebidas. Hay agua disponible en el autobús por 1 €
  • Recogida en el hotel. El punto de partida se encuentra en la Plaza de Cataluña, el centro de Barcelona y con muy buenas comunicaciones, cerca de la Rambla, el Barrio Gótico y el Paseo de Gracia
  • Este tour sólo se realiza en inglés.

A tener en cuenta

  • Esta visita implica caminar un poco
  • Este tour no es accesible para un vehículo en silla de ruedas. Sin embargo, si tienes una movilidad limitada (es decir, puedes subir y bajar del autobús) puedes llevar tu silla de ruedas con nosotros
  • Código de vestimenta dentro del templo: Por seguridad, no se permiten sombreros dentro de la iglesia o el museo excepto por razones religiosas, de salud o creencias relacionadas.
    Los visitantes no pueden entrar descalzos.
    Como es una iglesia católica, los visitantes deben vestir apropiadamente, siguiendo estas restricciones:
    No entrar con ropa transparente.
    Las capas deben cubrir los hombros.
    Sin cuello desplomado ni espalda o vientre expuesto.
    Los pantalones cortos y las faldas deben bajar al menos hasta la mitad del muslo.
    Los visitantes no podrán entrar con ropa especial para celebrar ningún tipo de festividades ni decoraciones diseñadas para distraer o llamar la atención por motivos artísticos, religiosos, promocionales o de cualquier otro tipo.
Descripción

Descripción

¿Quién era Gaudí?

Antoni Gaudí fue un arquitecto visionario durante el periodo modernista de Barcelona a principios de 1900. El artista de Barcelona con casi todos sus edificios extraordinarios. Nada menos que 7 han sido catalogados como Patrimonio Mundial por la UNESCO, incluyendo la Sagrada Familia y la Casa Batlló.

Abre los ojos, el corazón y la mente – es de admirar la forma en que Gaudí utiliza la naturaleza como fuente de inspiración, lo que parece ser un caos en realidad está basado en las matemáticas sofisticadas. Cada detalle está lleno de sorpresas esperando a ser descubiertas.

Paseo de Gracia

Esta avenida amplia y elegante fue construida por y para los barceloneses ricos y nunca ha dejado de ser así. Tiendas de diseño de lujo invaden la calle junto con los principales bancos y la bolsa de valores. Detalles arquitectónicos incluyen farolas modernistas de Gaudí, azulejos en el pavimento y un sinfín de grandes edificios:

  • La Pedrera (la Casa Milà). No dejes de admirar la fachada ondulada con sus balcones extraordinarios, y no te pierdas la parte superior con las chimeneas extrañas que se asemejan a soldados mirando hacia la calle en posición de guardia.
  • El bloque o manzana de la discordia. Los principales arquitectos de estilo modernista tuvieron la oportunidad de mostrar lo mejor de sí: Gaudí con la Casa Batlló, Domènech i Montaner con la Casa Lleó Morera y Puig i Cadafalch con la Casa Amatller.

Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló no es sólo un edificio, sino una leyenda artística. La fachada excepcional refleja un mar tranquilo y, escondido detrás de él, un mundo de detalles arquitectónicos sorprendentes y refinados.

  • Fachada
  • Planta noble
  • Azotea

¡No te pierdas la tienda!

Sagrada Familia

La joya de la corona de la obra de Gaudí, todavía en construcción, 2026

  • Exterior. Cada fachada explica un capítulo de la vida de Jesús. Tendrás que caminar a través de la fachada del nacimiento – mira de cerca, todo el belén está representado allí. En el otro lado de la basílica se encuentra la fachada de la pasión, que representa las etapas antes de la muerte de Jesús.
  • La basílica. No hay palabras para describir la primera vez que se entra en la Sagrada Familia. Las columnas curvas se asemejan a los árboles, la luz que baila en su interior y juega hasta el otro lado del pasillo en un constante cambio de colores. ¡Sólo espera y mira a tu alrededor!
  • Museo. El taller de estudio es esencial para entender cómo Gaudí trabajó y cual era su pensamiento. Los modelos que usó están más allá de la imaginación de cualquiera.

Puedes permanecer durante el tiempo que desees. Hemos dejado lo mejor para lo último, así podrás permanecer en el edificio y saborearlo intensamente. Podrás comparar los estilos tan contrastados de las fachadas del nacimiento y la pasión.

Qué esperar

Qué esperar

Punto de encuentro

El recorrido comienza a las 9 de la mañana. Por favor, llega 15 minutos antes de la hora de salida. Nos reconocerás por nuestros paraguas naranjas en Plaza Cataluña, en frente del Hotel Olivia Plaza y el Deutsche Bank.

¿Por qué a las 9 de la mañana?

Empezamos temprano para que puedas visitar la Casa Batlló antes que los demás.

Itinerario

Punto de partida en la Plaza de Cataluña, en frente del Hotel Olivia Plaza
Paseo de Gracia
Visita guiada + tiempo libre: la Casa Batlló
La Pedrera, desde fuera
Eixample – el ensanche
Sagrada Familia: visita del exterior e interior – guiada + tiempo libre
Fin del tour y retorno a la Plaza de Cataluña

¿Tendré tiempo libre?

Sí, podemos disfrutar del recorrido con algo de tiempo libre, tanto en la Casa Batlló como en la Sagrada Familia. Y si tienes ganas de más, siempre puedes permanecer más tiempo en la Sagrada Familia, al acabar nuestro tour.

Guía

Descubre Barcelona de la mano de un guía amable y profesional.

Conductor

Disfruta de la tranquilidad de ser guiado por un conductor profesional, que se hará cargo de tu seguridad y se adaptará al ritmo de la excursión para que tengas tiempo de mirar hacia fuera y hacer fotos.

Autocares

Descubre la ciudad con un autobús con aire acondicionado y grandes ventanas panorámicas!

Se trata de un nuevo autobús. No sólo es más cómodo, también tiene un motor de bajas emisiones. Esto significa que ayudamos a evitar la contaminación del aire en Barcelona y reducir las emisiones de CO2 causantes del cambio climático.

¿Cuántas personas suelen haber en el grupo?

El máximo es de 40 personas.

¿Voy a escuchar al guía con facilidad?

Sí, usamos un sistema de radio-guía. Vas a poder escuchar al guía directamente desde tus auriculares.

Ésta es una medida para evitar la contaminación acústica en los monumentos. No hablamos en voz alta, se habla suavemente a través de las radio-guías, dando también un poco de paz a las personas que viven cerca.

Información Adicional

  • Reserva segura y fácil
  • Confirmación instantánea
  • Todas las salidas están garantizadas

No es necesario imprimir tu bono

Punto de salida

Punto de salida

El recorrido comienza en la Plaza de Cataluña, 19 delante del Hotel Olivia Plaza. Por favor, llega 15 minutos antes de la hora de salida y busca a nuestros guías con paraguas naranjas!

Opiniones

Opiniones

Consulte nuestras opiniones y vea lo que dicen nuestros clientes sobre este tour.

Posted by BGB - 03 jul 2019

The Gaudi Tour was excellent
We booked "The Gaudi Tour" for our 2019 trip to Barcelona, Spain. We booked it online approximately 10 months prior to our arrival. Instructions for where and when to meet were excellent. The tour bus was very comfortable and our guide was knowledgeable and friendly. This tour includes the Gaudi's most famous structures.. the Gaudi House and the Sagrada Familia. All of your entries to the facilities are included in the tour price.
TripAdvisor review: on June, 2019

Posted by BGB - 18 feb 2019

"Don’t miss – great tour"
TripAdvisor review: by insider862018 on Jan 22, 2019

I usually dont do tours but this was great, easy reasonable in price and definitely worth it.
We did a couple hour tour of the Sagrada familia and there are many things (details) we would have missed. Our guide was friendly and bus was immaculate clean .. in the afternoon we did the Monserrat tour and again tour guide was wonderful – she explained and gave much information and our bus driver was excellent as well.
This was a great experience for myself and my mother.

Posted by BGB - 18 feb 2019

"Excellent Sagrada familia tour with Tanja"
TripAdvisor review: on Dec 5, 2018 by Chin Yong K

Excellent guide and explanation by Tanja Martinovic, painstakingly explaining the details of the history
behind. And Very comfortable coach and friendly bus driver.

Posted by BGB - 18 feb 2019

"One of our vacation highlights"
TripAdvisor review: on ec 30, 2018 by Cypher79

My wife and I had a fantastic time doing the Gaudí tour of Casa Batlló and La Sagrada Familia. Frankly, as awe-inspiring as the church was I could have spent a day admiring the former site as well. Our lovely tour guide, Amaia, was engaging and knowledgeable, sharing details of the history and construction of these magnificent buildings. Without question Gaudí was a true master of his craft. Although not on our tour I’d recommend a visit to Park Güell and Casa Vicens. The view of Barcelona from the park was stunning and of course there are so many colorful mosaics to appreciate along the way.

Posted by BGB - 06 nov 2018

"We had a fabulous tour led by Irina!"
She was knowledgeable, amiable and fun. It was great to go straight to the head of the lines. I could not have been more pleased with our experience! Very knowledgeable about the local culture and traditions. A very kind and friendly guide! She made our day! We would see her again on our next visit to Barcelona!
I would highly recommend this tour, as well Irina !
Visited on November 2018. Reviewed on Tripadvisor by Mc Cue.

Posted by BGB - 05 nov 2018

“Fantastic tour”
Circuito muito bem concebido. A nossa guia Amaia foi inexcedível de atenção com todos as pessoas do grupo, muito conhecedora das materias de que falava e muito simpática. Bom domínio do inglês e clareza nas explicações.
Visited on November 2018. Reviewed on Get Your Guide by Antonio.

Posted by Ellen Ehrlich - 25 oct 2018

This was a superb tour with a kind, knowledgeable and very organized guide, Sonia Crespo. From her fascinating commentary, we learned a tremendous amount about Gaudi and the issues he considered as he designed the Casa Batllo and La Sagrada Familia and were able to understand two other Gaudi constructions that we visited on our own. Sonia also answered our questions about other aspects of Catalan and Barcelona culture, so we came away with some understanding of the issues facing the people of Catalonia. The tour was also well-organized. By ending with La Sagrada Familia, participants had the option of staying and exploring the building on their own. Finally, the listening devices were amazingly clear–even for someone with hearing loss like me.

Posted by Patty from Afton, Virginia - 02 ago 2018

"Excellent choice" 5/5 stars
My husband and I were in Barcelona for a few days during the midst of a taxi strike. We opted to join a Gaudi tour and our guide, Anna-Lluisa, could not have been better. She was friendly, knowledgeable, and patient. The radio earpieces allowed everyone to get all the information she had to share without interfering folks not on our tour. The Casa Batllo gave us a taste of the genius of Gaudi and our guide gave context to what we were experiencing. Words cannot do justice to the Sagrada Familia but she gave us enough information to understand what we were seeing and then allowed us enough time to just soak it in. It was really an exceptional experience and I thoroughly recommend it. Bravo, Anna-Lluisa.

Posted by BGB - 22 mar 2018

"Great tour!" 5/5 stars

"The tour was well organized and the audio devices made it easy to hear our well prepared guide. I have been in a lot of cathedrals in my travels but I never saw anything like Sagrada Familia. It is amazing".

Visited March 2018. Reviewed on Veltra by David.

Posted by Julian C - 26 sep 2017

An excellent tour. Well organized and we had a good ratio of participants to guide (there were two guides on the bus). Our guide, Irina, was excellent: very knowledgeable, had a nice sense of humour, and was very well organized.
The tour allowed us an overview of Gaudí’s life and work and in-depth visits to the Casa Batlló and the Sagrada Familia basilica — which are overwhelmingly busy places but we were well “shepherded” by Irina.
Overall, highly recommended.

Posted by Adam McClow - 09 ago 2017

Loved our tour of Gaudi. The Sagrada Familia is likely the most impressive structure I have ever seen. And the house the Gaudi remodeled was pretty amazing too. Our guide, Sonia, was so, so good. She knew all the important stuff to know about the two places we stopped and was so enthusiastic about explaining it to all of us. Really worth every penny for this tour.

Posted by Turmaline - 07 ago 2017

"Excellent tour!" 5/5 stars

I participated in the Gaudi tour with my mother, who had a mild disability in her legs.
The tour covered the highlight of Gaudi monuments, which was a good introduction for our stay in Barcelona.
Our guide, Ms Nuria Bargallo, was not only an excellent professional guide, but also paying a great attention to participants' safety and comfort. For example, as my mother walked with a stick, she proposed us to take elevators in each monument when available. We really appreciated her assistance.
Her explanation covered from the history of monument itself to Catalonian culture and language, which was really interesting.
Thanks to this tour, we could discover amazing Gaudi monuments.

Visited July 2017. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Turmaline from Nagoya, Japan.

Posted by Pepe - 07 ago 2017

"Gaudi Tour (Casa Batllo and Sagrada Familia) with BGB – worth the trip!" 5/5 stars

We had an excellent morning trip with BGB, Ellie showing us the Casa Ballo and Sagrada Familia. We were transported via a comfortable air conditioned coach, were given lots of interesting information along the way by Ellie. As the trip was early, the Casa Ballo was lovely to visit with little crowds (we git there for group entry around 9am). The Sagreda Family was very busy, but Ellie showed us around, was polite enough to block the entrance and exits (unlike some other tour groups) and made it easier for us to visit this beautiful church.

We highly recommend this touring company and specific trip. Well worth looking into.

Visited June 2017. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Pepe from Barcelona, Spain

Posted by Megan - 07 ago 2017

"GAUDI TOUR WITH TANJA MARTINOVIC" 5/5 stars

A fabulous way to spend a morning in beautiful Barcelona. A knowledgable guide, Tanja escorted us with humor, patience and passion, imparting her vast knowledge on the subject Gaudi and Barcelona. From Placa de Catalunya in a lovely air-conditioned bus, driven by Jesus, to Casa Battlo, an incredible architectural wonder, through the streets to Sagrada Familia, a mind-blowing and awe inspiring experience. Highly recommend this tour.

Visited June 2017. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Megan from New York, USA

Posted by Claudia S - 29 ago 2016

“Highly Recommend Gaudi Tour” 5/5 stars

We were extremely pleased with the Gaudi tour and our guide Laura. She was extremely knowledgeable, pleasant and enthusiastic. You could tell she loves her job. Her eyes would light up as she explained in great detail the history of both locations. You definitely need a guide or you'll miss the meaning of the attractions. It was great bypassing the long lines. I highly recommend the 3 1/2 hour Gaudi tour on Barcelona Guide Bureau.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Claudia, from Indiana, USA

Posted by bworden6 - 04 ago 2016

"Gaudi tour" 5/5 stars

Very interesting and complete tour of the Gaudi Batllo and Sagtada Familia narrated by our guide Laura. We found the information very accurate and it was presented in a manner that was entertaining and well understood. The use of the transmitter was very effective and inclusionary. Great job and would highly recommend this tour and the guide. Bravo!!!!

Reviewed on tripadvisor by bworden6 from Calgary, Canada

Posted by Rachel - 21 jul 2016

“Outstanding, Funny and Informative!”5/5 stars

Our tour guide Oliver was fantastic from start to finish. Everything was organised brilliantly which meant we had superb tours. Oliver was so informative but also with good humour so it was easy to listen, look and understand! I have used this service in a few cities now and will continue to do so as I have had such great experiences. Thank you so much, especially Oliver and Nuria!

Visited June 2016
Reviewed on Get your Guide by Rachel from London, United Kingdom

Posted by Frank F - 09 jul 2016

“Fascinating Gaudi Tour” 4/5 stars

This tour gives a very good overview of Gaudi's influence on Barcelona. We especially liked seeing the Sagrada Familia both inside and outside and hearing the history of how it evolved and still is evolving. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave us interesting tidbits about Gaudi's life. We highly recommend this tour for anyone planning to visit Barcelona.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Frank, from New York, USA

Posted by Kristin B - 21 jun 2016

“Great Gaudi Tour in Barcelona, Spain” 5/5 stars

We just returned from a trip to Spain. Our first day in Barcelona included this Gaudi tour with tour guide Mariona. The bus was beautiful and we could see very well. The tour was in very understandable English with individual headsets. I have some hearing loss, and can often not hear the guide very well, but on this tour I could hear everything perfectly. The tour involved walking within the Sagrada Família and Casa Batlló, but it was not exhausting like some tours. Be sure to close the door to the laundry room (behind us in the photo) on the roof of Casa Batlló to see a light show inside!! Mariona was extremely knowledgeable and told some interesting and funny stories. The tour was fantastic, and I would highly recommend it, Mariona, and the Barcelona Guide Bureau!

Reviewed on tripadvisor, by Kristin from California, USA

Posted by skm0803 - 14 jun 2016

"Gaudi tour" 5/5 stars

We do not particularly like organised tours but sometimes it is worth it to ensure you get into places such as Sagarda Familia. Sonia was a great tour guide. We saw Batllo, the Gaudi remodelled house. Sadly not enough time to linger for a further 15 minutes or so. The Sagarda Familia was stunning me Sonia took so much time to explain some of the finer details. Loved it. Would have liked another 30 minutes with the option of a tower tour but that is the downside of organised tours.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by skm, from Brisbane, Australia

Posted by Eslynne - 31 may 2016

“Great tour, efficient friendly guides” 5/5 stars

Did the Gaudi Tour with the Barcelona Guide Bureau. Tanya was a really fun, efficient and informative guide, very comfortable coach and not having to line up for tickets to Casa Battlo and the Sagrada Familia a real bonus. Would definitely recommend using this company when visiting Barcelona.

Visited May 2016
Reviewed on tripadvisor by Eslynne from Australia

Posted by mimacdon88 - 04 may 2016

"Gaudi Tour Amazing" 5/5 stars
Wow what a great experience, this skip the line tour was amazing and well worth the price. The guide was extremely knowledgeable, spoke fluent english. We visited one of the homes done by Gaudi which was soooo beauriful, and the guide told us a great deal of detail on how the house was removated by Gaudi noting specifics about the how it was engineered, he showed us small details such as venting to cool the room. He knew so much about Sagrada Familia Church and all the details such as how Gaudi figured out how things should be structured, he discussed marble and why pilars were made of different stone and why and what is being done now and in the future. He was such a great guide and this tour was worth every penny I would recommend it and give it a 10 out of 10. I am a senior with a mild to medium walking problem and had no problem walking on this tour, they had an elevator in the house so you could use that to access the upper floors, kudos for a great tour.
Reviewed on tripadvisor by mimacdon88 from Dartmouth, Canada

Posted by lynnnie624 - 20 abr 2016

"Stunning Gaudi experience" 5/5 stars
Took the 9:00 am tour including Casa Batllo which is a don't miss. Then on to the Sagrada Familia basilica. Our guide, Tanja, was amazingly knowledgable which made the tour really worth it. She was obviously very experienced and knew all the right places from which to view the buildings. Not only that she was charming and her English was barely accented and she spoke very clearly. Highly recommend BGB and especially Tanja.

Visited April 2016, reviewed on tripadvisor by lynnnie624 from Naples, Florida, USA

Posted by Donnachka - 31 dic 2015

"First-class tour of Gaudi architecture" 5/5 stars.

We booked a 3.5-hour Gaudi tour and had Bernard as our guide. Check-in was well-organized, the bus we had for transport was comfortable, and Bernard was the best! We had 3 generations in our group, including my mother and my 13-year-old son. Everyone was fully engaged and engrossed. Bernard was personable, knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic. It's hard to imagine how anyone wouldn't find him charming. His passion for the subject matter is infectious. The Gaudi sites are heavily visited by tourists and have long lines. Being part of a group such as this allowed us to bypass all lines. In all, I highly recommend this tour outfit and would happily book through them again. Visited December 2015

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Donnachka, from Seattle, Washington, USA

Posted by torres2200 - 12 dic 2015

"Gaudi Tour -worth the money, a must take tour" 5/5 stars
To pass the long line to enter the magnificent Basilica Sagrada Familia is the worth the cost of the tour but then to be escorted and educated by a well informed tour guide was well beyond our expectation. We also visited the Casa Batllo with the same guide walking us through this Gaudi masterpiece. You can visit both sited on your own but you won't have the luxury of a guide.

Visited October 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by torres2200, from New Jersey, USA

Posted by sallyb853 - 16 nov 2015

"Gaudi Tour – Fantastic" 5/5 stars
Part bus tour. Part walking tour. Fantastic guide. Enjoyed the tour of Casa Batllo. La Sagrada Familia was inspiring. Both parts of the tour were better than I expected. Learned much. Glad we had reservations and did not need to stand in line to enter. The headphones were wonderful. Enabled us to hear our guide even when we were not close to her. I highly recommend the tour.

Visited November 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by sallyb853, from Maryland, USA

Posted by John S - 02 sep 2015

"Gaudi tour" 5/5 stars
We particularly wanted to see the Sagrada Familia and Casa Battlo, this covered both. Cost was reasonable and also included entrance fees to both sites. Our guide Arturo/Arthur was very professional and knowledgeable. At both places we were given adequate free time to look around. Also our bus driver Zac was very good. Length of tour was three and a half hours, which was plenty. We toured in the morning starting at 9.00 am before the heat of the day.

Visited August 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by John S from Melbourne, Australia

Posted by Jodi B - 20 jul 2015

“Gaudi Tour in Barcelona with a wonderful guide!” 5/5 stars
Our guide was Laura, and she was wonderful. The headsets and receptors made it easy to hear everything at the Casa Batlló and the crowded Sagrada Familia. She was enthusiastic and made the tour very enjoyable. The bus was comfortable and cool on a very hot day. The speakers in the bus were very clear and easy to understand, so often not the case. It was a great morning and we learned a lot. Highly recommended.

Visited July 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Jodi B

Posted by 351food4thought - 17 jul 2015

“A Great Experience” 5/5 stars
Our guide was friendly and thorough in his explanations of the history behind Casa Batllo and Sagrada Familia, the two main sites we visited. Our guide had many anecdotes about Gaudi and drew our attention to interesting details of each place. We received small headsets which made it easy to hear him and follow the tour. He also placed Gaudi in context of his time and showed us examples of buildings done by his rivals. We had the option to remain at Sagrada Familia (though we would have had to arrange our own transportation back to our hotel) and explore on our own, which, in retrospect, I wish that we had done. We used another tour bureau in Barcelona for a tour of Parc Guell, Casa Milia and Sagrada Familia and their tour did not include admission to Sagrada Familia. We found that it fell far short of BGB. If I ever have the opportunity to return to Barcelona I will use Barcelona Guide Bureau exclusively.

Visited May 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by 351food4thought from Minnesota, USA

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