Our Barcelona tours can be booked online during your reservation process.
1. La Sagrada Familia - Skip the line!!
La Sagrada Familia is one of the most popular attractions in all of Spain, and with our skip-the-line guided tour, you’ll skip the long entrance queues! Your Sagrada Familia ticket will be pre-booked and pre-paid for fast, hassle-free entry into this iconic Barcelona landmark.
The special Sagrada Familia tickets include the standard ticket price plus a fast-track access fee. After skipping the line, you will have a one-hour guided tour of la Sagrada Familia, which includes a visit to the museum. You will visit the astonishing interior of this church, which is one of the most visited buildings in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will also visit la Sagrada Familia museum, where you will see drawings, plaster models and pictures about the history and development of the basilica from its early beginnings in 1882, when its construction begun, to the present day. Its anticipated completion date is 2026
2. Barcelona highlights: Gohtic, sightseeing tour + Spanish village + Montjuic cable car
In Barcelona, history and traditions go hand in hand with emerging fashion and new trends in cuisine, culture and art. To experience all the nuances and both of these faces of Barcelona, we propose an itinerary that begins in the historic centre, visiting places such as Vía Laietana, the cathedral and its cloister, the Gothic Quarter and Plaça Sant Jaume.
Following this immersion in traditional Barcelona, we approach the place of key change in the city. With the hosting of the Olympic Games, Barcelona opened itself up to the sea and experienced economic and social invigoration. What better way to immerse ourselves in era of change than to visit the Olympic Village and the Olympic Port and then climb Montjuïc to visit the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium, the Palau Sant Jordi and the Calatrava Tower. Finally, we will visit El Poble Espanyol (the Spanish Village), collection of traditional buildings from all over Spain, demonstrating a selection of the handcrafts made in country and providing the opportunity to taste the famous Catalan cava. And what better way to end the visit than with an aerial view of Barcelona from the cable car, which brings us to Montjuïc’s Castle in 5 minutes.