We have compiled a list of different Gaudí tours available in Barcelona below. If you are visiting Barcelona then seeing Gaudí work is an absolute must on your to visit list. Gaudí was one of Barcelona's greatest modernist architects and his unique architectural style is highly respected around the world of design and construction.
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Although you could also make your way to Gaudí's attractions on your own there are advantages to going on a organized tour. Gaudí himself spent years thinking through his designs and many of these tours explain the processes he went through and the influences he had to create such unique designs. In addition Gaudí attractions are very popular and there can be long queues outside and many of these tours give you "express entry". You can walk right past the queues - saving time and enabling you to see more.
It is important to note which tours offer "skip the queue" entrance tickets or transportation etc.
Some of the tours also provide air conditioned transport between each of the Gaudí attractions which is a convenient and efficient way to see as much as possible in a short time. The priority entry is a good time saver - especially at Gaudí attractions such as the Sagrada Família and Güell Park.
Each tour offers something different and it would be a good idea to look through each one to find which tours meet your needs.
The tours below include many of Gaudí's main creations such as the Sagrada Família, Park Güell, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera etc but there are variations between what the tour includes.
When you find a tour that is of interest you can book the tour online with the links we've provided below.
A Selection of popular Antoni Gaudí tours in Barcelona
Click on a Gaudí tour link below to be taken to a detailed information page on that tour. Once you have decided which tours are of interest you can book the tour securely on the tour information page.
Click here to book your panoramic tour of Gaudi's most famous buildings Including Casa Batllo and Casa Mila on Passeig de Gracia (from the outside only) and then on to Sagrada Familia with fast track entrance tickets.