SMALL GROUP TOUR (Maximum 10 people). Enjoy priority access and visit two of the most relevant masterworks of Antoni Gaudí, the Sagrada Familia ( 1882-still under construction) and the Park Güell ( 1900-1914) in a semi-private guided tour (maximum 10 people) to ensure a more intimate experience with your guide. In both places, you will learn the history of the temple and the park, the details of its architecture and about the ideas that the famous architect shaped on them. This tour will introduce you closer to the personality of Gaudi, the person he was, and what the times were like when he lived in Barcelona at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.
If you are in Barcelona, seeing Gaudí's work is a must. This tour is about two emblematic places of the city: The Sagrada Familia and the Park Güell. These two places are the most visited attractions of the world, and with this tour you can enjoy it better.Starting at the meeting point at 9:30am, the tour begins with an introduction to the character of Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (1852-1926). There is an explanation of the four facades and the views outside the Sagrada Familia (in about 30 minutes). Skipping the line, you will go into the temple and see all the details of the Gaudí's architecture, the best way to understand the architect. This tour is available as separate from the Park Güell (be sure to select the right option at the time of the booking)Once the interior temple tour is finished, the cars will be waiting to take you to the Park Güell in a 10 minutes drive. Skipping the line at the Park Güell, you will begin walking through the enclosure of this magnificent park. Starting by the magical multicolored mosaic dragon, the icon of the park. Your guide will explain the park’s history and where Gaudí found his inspiration. The gardens, now open to the public, were created for the private enjoyment of the neighbors living in the urbanization. Everyone is now able to walk through this expressive architecture of Gaudí. The end of the tour is at the main entry of the park. The guide will advise you how to return, if necessary.