Tous les jours à 10h + du 1 avril au 2 nov : à 12h30
5 hrs env.
En ANGLAIS
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone
  • L’Essentiel de Barcelone

L’Essentiel de Barcelone

Description Générale

Description Générale

Attention cette visite est en ANGLAIS.

Si vous voulez réserver en FRANÇAIS, une visite de la Sagrada Familia : Cliquez ici!!

Découvrez l’essentiel de Barcelone en seulement 5 hrs.

Faites-vous une idée des multiples facettes de cette ville en commençant par connaître le génie de Gaudi.

Entrez directement et sans faire la queue à la Sagrada Familia, profitez de la route du bord de mer en passant devant le monument de C. Colomb, arrêtez-vous pour la vue panoramique de la ville depuis Montjuic, et enfin, visitez le Poble Espanyol (village espagnol).

Description de la visite

  • Quand : Chaque jour à 10h  + du 3 avril au 3 novembre à 12h30 (sauf dimanche)
  • Durée : 5 heures environ
  • Langue : En Anglais
  • Ce prix comprend : 
  • Guide expérimenté et chaleureux
  • Bus spacieux avec air conditionné et chauffeur professionnel
  • Entrée à la Sagrada Familia (valeur 18€) and Poble Espanyol (worth 14€)
  • Entrée au Poble Espanyol
  • Itinéraire : Plaça Catalunya – Barcelone > Passeig de Gracia avec les maisons de Gaudí (Façades de la Casa Batlló et la Pedrera) > Eixample > Sagrada Família (visite) > Arc de Triomphe > Vieux Port> Monument C. Columb > Drassanes (entrepôts) > World Trade Center > Colline Montjuic (Belvédère ) > Anneau Olympique > Poble Espanyol – 45 min. temps libre pour déjeuner > Retour à Plaça Catalunya

Pourquoi réserver ?

  • Entrée directe à la Sagrada Familia et au Poble Espanyol
  • La meilleure option pour voir les principaux monuments de la ville et avoir une vue panoramique de la ville.
  • À noter : le tour est en anglais

Inclus

  • Guide expérimenté
  • Entrée directe à la Sagrada Familia et Poble Espanyol
  • Autocars avec air conditionné

Non inclu

  • Accès aux tours de la Sagrada Familia
  • Nourriture et boissons (petites bouteilles d’eau disponibles dans le bus pour 1€).
  • Hôtel Pick up (RDV à Plaza Catalunya – Hôtel Olivia Plaza + Deutsche Bank)

À noter

  • Cette visite comporte un peu de marche à pieds
  • L’autocar ne permet pas l’accès direct par fauteuils roulants. Cependant l’accès aux personnes à mobilité réduite est possible (entrée / sortie seul)
Que vais-je voir?

Que vais-je voir?

1 – Passeig de Gràcia

Cette grande et élégante avenue,  fût construite pour et par de riches Barcelonais qui n’en sont jamais vraiment partis : bordée d’une rangée de boutiques de luxe , de grands designers  mais aussi des plus grandes banques et de la bourse.

Découvrez de nombreux détails architecturaux tels que les lampadaires, les tuiles à la Gaudì des trottoirs ou des immeubles tels que :

  • La Pedrera, Casa Mila : Contemplez sa façade ondulée faites d’extraordinaires balcons, et ne manquez pas son toit et ses drôles de cheminées ressemblant  à des soldats surveillant les habitants.
  • Casa Batlló : Ça n’est pas juste un immeuble mais une légende tant  il existe d´histoires ! De part son exceptionnelle façade qui représente une mer tranquille jusqu’à la bataille entre Saint George et le Dragon.
  • Le Bloc de la Discorde : Le Passage de Gracia était le lieu où les principaux architectes modernistes avaient la possibilité de montrer  leur savoir faire : Gaudi avec la Casa Batlló, Domènech i Montaner avec la Casa Lleó Morera et Puig i Cadafalch avec la Casa Amatller.

2 – Sagrada Familia

Réel bijou de Gaudi, ce temple résume toute sa vision de l´architecture. La richesse des détails et leurs significations vous seront expliqués pour apprécier ce fascinant et extraordinaire immeuble dans sa totalité.

Gaudi voulait que le temple, commencé en 1882 et toujours en construction, soit financé par des personnes ou fondation, et non par des taxes. Et c’est exactement ce que fait votre entrée : financer son achèvement!

La Basilique : Il n’y a pas de mots pour décrire la première impression ressentie lorsque vous y entrez. Ses colonnes ressemblant à des arbres et ses lumières dansantes font changer la couleur de son enceinte tout au long de la journée. Relaxez- vous un moment, et admirez.

3- Bord de mer

Le bord de Mer de Barcelone est l’exemple même du succès de la combinaison du très vieux et du très neuf : Le vieux Port avec ses quais d’entrepôts et son vieux chantier naval, préservé et transformé en une zone de loisirs avec aquarium, World Trade Center, restaurants et cinémas.

  • Vieux Port : Séparée du Port Olympique par la plage et le vieux port de pêcheurs (quartier de la Barceloneta)
  • Monument C. Colomb : Construit en son honneur en 1888, il est situé au final de la Rambla.

Poble Espanyol

Toutes les villes espagnoles sont-elles semblables ? Vous découvrirez une importante représentation des plus jolies villes d’Espagne dans ce musée en plein air construit en 1929. Rues, parcs, édifices, tout y est.

Ne manquez pas les artistes et artisans. Vous pourrez les voir réaliser différentes pièces telles que des verres, céramiques, bijoux, etc.

Ce lieu dispose également de plusieurs bars et restaurants dans lesquels vous pourrez vous relaxer durant vos 45 min de temps libre.

Qu´attendre de la visite

Qu´attendre de la visite

Itinéraire

  • Gaudí et la Sagrada Família:
    • RDV à la Plaza Catalunya – Devant l’hôtel Olivia Plaza et Deutsche Bank
    • Passeig de Gràcia avenue > Façades des Casa Batlló et Pedrera > Eixample > Sagrada Família (visite)
  • Montjuïc & Poble Espanyol
    • Arc de triomphe > Bord de mer (plages – vieux port – Monument Colomb) > Miramar point de vue > Poble Espanyol (visite guidée 45 min) > Retour à Plaza de Catalunya
Point de RDV

Point de RDV

  • Tous les jours à 10h et 12h30
  • Point de rencontre à la Plaza Catalunya – Devant l’hôtel Olivia Plaza et Deutsche Bank.
Avis Clients

Avis Clients

Vérifiez ce que nos clients disent à propos de leurs expériences:

Avis déposé par BGB - 03 juil. 2019

"City Highlight Tour and Gaudi House"
The tour was incredible. Our hostess Irina Sytchevs was charming and informative. I would recommend the tour, especially with Irina, to all if iur friends and family who visit Barcelona.
Reviewed by Jeff in Tripadvisor on June 2019

Avis déposé par Rha - 15 mai 2019

Must-do Barcelona experience!
This is a must do when visiting the City of Barcelona. With the expertise of our guide Nuria and our driver Jesus and the kindness of the staff who welcomed us in Plaça Cataluña, our trip to the city was complete regardless of our short stay. Kudos to everyone in BGB!

Reviewed by Rha in Tripadvisor on March 2019

Avis déposé par BGB - 18 févr. 2019

Great trip, worth it to skip the lines
TripAdvisor review: on Nov 26, 2018

Tanya did an excellent job discussing the details during the Barcelona highlights tours. It was raining, so lines were long to get into Sagrada Familia, but we were able to get in quickly. The earpieces were very helpful to be able to hear in the cathedral, as there were many tourists and construction noise. I felt that the bus tour covered all of the top-tier sights in Barcelona. It may have been nice to have more time in the Cathedral, but it was a full 5 hours of touring.

Avis déposé par AnnMarie C. - 07 août 2017

"Barcelona Highlights" 5/5 stars.

My husband and I really enjoyed our day tour.
We had tour guides Amaya and Irini- both guides were exceptional and very informative.

We enjoyed the beautiful sites of Barcelona! We got to see in detail La Sagrada Familia, and learn of its colourful history- breathtaking.

I only recommend that the company invests in newer transmitter radios for the tours as a few people had theirs cut out or not sound clear- quality was poor.

Other than this, everything was PERFECTO.

Visited March 2016. Reviewed on tripadvisor by AnnMarie C.

Avis déposé par BGB - 07 août 2017

"Make the most of your time in Barcelona" 5/5 stars.

We were fortunate to have Sonia Crespo as our guide for a couple of days. She is knowledgeable and friendly, and opened up this wonderful city to us in a memorable way. I hope to return to Barcelona again before too much more time passes, and would definitely look to have her as a guide again and explore even more.

Visited June 2017. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Houston from Texas, USA

Avis déposé par Tom T - 09 juil. 2016

“All Highlights tour is a must do on your first day” 5/5 stars

The Barcelona All Highlights tour combines the Sagrada Familia church in the morning and Mont Juic/Panorama tour in the afternoon. I highly recommend this tour although it may not be for everyone, as I explain below.

Sagrada Familia is an amazing must-see sight, and the tour gives you fast track entry, a lively and knowledgable guide, and takes care of transportation without having to worry about parking or the Metro, all of which is well worth the price above the entry ticket alone. Our guide's English was very good and she gave a lot of details of the history and design of the church. The afternoon part of the tour covered many of the significant sites in L'Eixample (the "expansion" part of the city built between 1850 and 1900) and Mont Juic (site of the 1992 Olympics and several museums). The tour does not cover the Gothic quarter because the streets are too narrow for buses, but you can walk the Gothic quarter in a couple hours and see the major sights. Between this tour and a walk through the Gothic section, you should have a pretty good list of things to visit in depth during the rest of your stay.

I said the tour might not be for everyone. The Sagrada portion includes some free time to look at the museum and the gift shop, but it may not be enough for you if you are really into architecture or religion or photography. I think the tour has done a good job of giving enough free time for most people but if you think you might want to linger, I suggest taking the Sagrada solo tour, and skipping the bus ride back. You can stay as long as you like and make your own way home via the metro. The second part of the tour stops at Poblye España, which is a group of model buildings copied from all over Spain for the 1929 International Exposition. So it's an exhibit for tourists, but a historical one. You have time here for lunch and shopping but again, probably not enough time if you want to hit all the stores or want to experience all of Spain through the eyes of a 1929 tourist. Overall, this tour is an excellent introduction to Barcelona.

I took the Sagrada portion twice (for reasons of my own) so a shout out to our guides Tiana and Noemi and drivers Jesus and Carlos. Thanks for the great tours!

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Tom

Avis déposé par Castlerob - 09 mars 2016

"Barcelona City Tour" 5/5 stars

Took the complete Barcelona City Tour on March 8, 2016, I highly recommend this tour to anyone that wants to see as much of Barcelona in a short amount of time. (We only had a couple of days here.)

Our guide, Mariona, was knowledgeable, funny and charming. Her knowledge of the history of all the areas that we went was excellent.

Very professional, ran according to schedule.

Visited March 2016. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Castlerob from Texas, USA

Avis déposé par Roger W - 28 déc. 2015

'Barcelona Highlights' 5/5 stars

We have to commend Barcelona Guide Bureau and their guide, Laura, for providing us with a wonderful day touring Barcelona. We took the tour that combined a visit to Sagrada Familia with a tour of the City. The five hour tour was excellently managed as we arrived at Sagrada Familia early in the day when picture taking was perfect. The later tour of the City provided an excellent overview of Barcelona. Our guide Laura was excellent. She combined terrific local knowledge with a wonderful sense of humor to keep us interested and involved throughout the tour. She is also an excellent picture taker, so be sure to ask her to take a family picture in front of some sight. :-)

Visited December 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Roger W from California, USA

Avis déposé par Jeff W - 01 nov. 2015

“Outstanding Sightseeing Tour” 5/5 stars
We did the Barcelona Highlight Tour and it was outstanding. The tour was on time the entire day, the bus was clean, the driver was safe and courteous,but most importantly, our Tour Guide, Oliver, was wonderful. He spoke perfect English, was extremely knowledgable about all of the attractions that we visited, he was funny, however the reason he was so good was due to his pride and passion for his city. This was the reason we enjoyed the tour as much as we did.

Visited November 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Jeff W from Illinois, USA

Avis déposé par FF13 - 26 oct. 2015

“The Way to Go!” 5/5 stars
We signed up for the All Barcelona Highlights Tour which was a 5 hour shared motor coach tour of all of the must-see attractions in and around Barcelona. Since this was our first full day in the city, we felt that this was the way to go to get a feel for the city and its highlights. We weren't disappointed.
We saw the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, the waterfront, the Spanish Village, and Montjuic Hill among others. Our tour guide was excellent and she shared many interesting facts and stories during the tour. We would definitely recommend this tour.

Visited October 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by FF13 from Maryland, USA

Avis déposé par DrMike1 - 23 sept. 2015

“Barcelona Highlights Tour: excellent” 5/5 stars

50% Familia Sagrada (Gaudi Cathedral), 50% other highlights of south-central Barcelona, including stopping at Montjuic Hill (a lookout photo-op) and Poble Espanyol (a shopping center featuring virtually all types of architecture from around Spain), with drive-bys of other Gaudi houses, Arc De Triomf, and many other major sights. The guide spoke decent English and kept excellent track of the attendees. Time well-managed. Highly recommended!

Visited September 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by DrMike1 from Wisconsin, USA

Avis déposé par Pat S - 23 août 2015

"Great introduction to Barcelona" 5/5 stars

We took the Barcelona highlight tour which included a tour of inside Sagrada Familia! We got priority entry and a guide who was very knowledgable and had personal experience with the church since childhood. The guides spoke English very well, were very knowledgable about the sites we saw and were very friendly and open to questions. We liked the tour so much we have booked another tour with them to Montserrat

Visited August 2013. Reviewed on tripadvisor by Pat S from New Jersey, USA

Avis déposé par MargotDH - 20 mai 2015

"Very Good Tour – Barcelona Highlights" 4/5 stars

The tour was well planned and organized at a very convenient location. We began with the tour of La Sagrada Familia with Aida. She provided us with an excellent history of the basilica, Gaudi and his life as well as pointing out the essential interpretation of his architecture. We had some free time at La Sagrada Familia before heading out to see the rest of the city. I especially enjoyed Monjuic and the views of the city and visiting the Spanish Village. This is a perfect tour to understand the basics of Barcelona with a very competent tour guide.

Visited May 2015. Reviewed on tripadvisor by MargotDH from Maryland, USA

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