Guided visit of Gaudi

Visit with audio guide

This type of visit includes a tour with an audio device that allows you to discover thefacades, inside the basilica, the Museum and schools designed by Gaudí. Ideal for those who prefer to see the basilica at its own pace.


  • Available languages: catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese.
  • Approximate duration: 45 min.
  • Access: facade of the Nativity, Marina.

We inform you that the audio guide only available for over 12 years.

Guided tour

The guided tour, is led by specialized guides, which runs through and explains the facades and the interior of the basilica visited. The exclusive support of the Guide lets you know all the secrets of Gaudí‘s work, all.

  • Available languages: the available languages are: catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian and German. So the influence that has such tour foreign languages to circulateit.
  • Approximate duration: the course consists of 50 minutes.
  • Access: Sardenya.
The offer may vary depending on the season.


Organise guided tours for groups between 10 and 35 people (it is possible to book online or by contacting central reservations for travel). For 36 people groups, pleaserefer to the conditions in the reservations. You can check more information about Gaudi Tour Barcelona here.

On February 6 are initiated the works of access on the street of the Navy aiming to improve accessibility and safety of the temple. To carry out the works, access to groups moved to the corner of Mallorca with the Sardenya Street.

In access you will find mobile lockers and personnel to accompany them during theentrance to the enclosure. At the mobile ticket office only may be card payments nocash, for this reason, it is advisable to purchase tickets in advance. To purchase the ticket online you will receive it in a digital format and will be able to print or save it on your mobile device or Tablet for easy access. And also i leave this post about the best malls in barcelona if you are interested to go shopping.


School groups are chosen from two options: an educational visit tailored to the curriculum level of the students with their respective Guide from 20 students or a visit with audio guide, but this is from 10 students.

Both options:

  • Required reserves and compulsory prior payment (between 3 and 15 days earlier)
  • In the same way they are available in several languages
  • It has an approximate duration of 1 hour to 1 hour 15 min
  • Booked reservation by contacting


  • Didactic tour with Guide: building schools, Sardenya.
  • School visit without a guide (with audio guide): corner of the street of Mallorca withthe Sardenya.

Gothic Quarter tour in Barcelona

Beautiful neighborhood known as the Gothic quarter of Barcelona was a Roman village and, therefore, has some vivid remnants of its glorious past. Barcelona is a city that organically combines the echoes of medieval age with the modern architectureof the place. The Gothic quarter is one of the most famous areas of the city and is located in the heart of old Barcelona. It is composed of labyrinthine alleys located at random; It is an area full of stories and legends from a bygone era. This small but extensive part of the city was mainly built in the 14th and 15th centuries in the place ofthe old settlements of the Roman Empire.
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Visiting the Gothic quarter of Barcelona

The narrow, winding streets of the area create a true labyrinth, if you‘re heading to some particular place; tomato time to orient yourself! Be sure to always look up andyour around or you could miss some of the best pieces of the place. While des a spin around the neighborhood you will pass the palaces the Carrer Montcada retailers,you will be fascinated with the watchtowers of the Plaça del Rei or admire the cloister and the imposing Gothic Cathedral choir stalls. If you stay with medieval motifs, you’ll find remnants of the ancient Roman city of Barcino. In addition, you should convert visit to the PICASSO Museum a must visit on your list of things to do during your stay! You can also visit Els Quatre Gats, which is famous for being the Café wheretube place the first Picasso exhibition. In you can get more information about tours in the gothic quarter,
Purchases are also amazing in the Gothic quarter, since most commercial areas of the street of Portal de L’Angel to all small boutiques in the Calle Avinyó. Be sure to walk around to experience everything you can; the Gothic quarter is the perfect place for an evening stroll. At the top of Las Ramblas you will find PLAÇA CATALUNYA, from where you can go to the PASSEIG DE GRÀCIA, if your tastes for shopping are a little more accurate, or you want to see the extraordinary buildings of Antoni Gaudí.

Places of interest in the Gothic quarter of Barcelona

You’ll be surrounded by a great variety of bars and restaurants, especially around the Plaça Reial, always full of people during the day and night. The nightlife in the Barrio Gotico is at least lively and you‘ll always find somewhere where you can drink orgo dancing. Ferran Street, next to PLAÇA REIAL and headed up to Plaça Sant Jaume,with its imposing government buildings, is also great to find a variety of bars and cafés.

History of the Gothic quarter of Barcelona

Behind the history of the Gothic buildings, there is another secret city full of folktales and arcane traditions, many of which were gathered between 1920 and 1950 by the outstanding catalan folk singer Joan Amades. One of the most famous is the legend of the Jewish Alchemist and his daughter. The last building of the Arc street of Sant Ramon of the Call was owned by an alchemist. This had a beautiful daughter, who was worshipped by the old man. The rumors about the beauty of the girl came to a young Christian gentleman, which, in all senses, took the coveted heart of the young maiden. But she, reluctantly, refused to marry the Knight. Young angered so he went to see the famous Jewish Alchemist and told him that he wanted to take revenge on his beloved unfair.
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Sites pretty near of Barcelona to visit.

In Castellar de n’Hug starts one of the most classic walking tours of Berguedà high,which leads to the birth of one of the most important rivers of Catalonia, the Llobregat, whose waters flow from natural and abundant rock way forming a beautiful waterfall. The way is easy, suitable for all audiences and he should invest two hours (between going and return).

What you can’t miss:

The ride in the spring, after the thaw. And in Castellar de n’Hug, the Museum of theShepherd.


Close to Barcelona, in Santa Coloma de Cervelló, is the best kept treasure of Gaudí. It can be found within an industrial colony of the 19th century that conveys the atmosphere of the time along its streets. After meeting the visitors center, referred to a number of unique buildings created by the modernist architects of the time, is discovered, in the Church, the emblematic crypt of Güell, Gaudí‘s work, which could havebeen “a monumental scale model of the Holy Family” if it had been finalized and that has been declared patrimony of humanity by Unesco.  If you are interested in tours of Barcelona city,  check the web of citytellers.
What you can’t miss:
The architectural and artistic innovations used by Gaudí first unitary way, ranging from its natureinspired structure to its spiral columns, its windows with stained glassin the shape of flower petals or butterfly wings or their stacks of holy water. And if you delay the getaway to October, during the bridge of the Pilar, don’t miss the partyof modernism, a theatrical recreation in street scenes of the everyday life of the colony from a hundred years ago. Check this post too of a nice catalan brewery.


Located halfway between the Montseny and the Pyrenees, this Valley fed by the waters of the river Ter we must get to enjoy prospects, lush forests, medieval villages and abundant water.

What you can’t miss:

The Sau reservoir, where water sports or contemplate how emerges from the Bell Tower of the flooded town of Rome, and the villages of Rupit and Tavertet waters. Thefirst, narrow and steep streets, crowned by a castle on a spur next to the jump of Sallent and Rocky; and the second, a village with charm overlooking a huge cliff to Sauand the Guilleries.


50 km from Barcelona, Montserrat is much more than a place of pilgrimage to prayto the Black Madonna. In addition to his monastery inhabited by 80 Benedictine monks and climbed on top of the cliffs, their environment, chaired by peculiarisimos massifs of granite and formed as a natural park, proposes numerous excursions.

What you can’t miss:

The singing of the choir, three times a day involved with their songs in the liturgiesof the sanctuary; the Museum and the Audiovisual space new, the rise in cable car and an excursion by the nature of Montserrat, as the leading to Cavall Bernat, the Thebaid or Sant Jeroni, or the stretch of the Camino de Santiago that crosses this environment.


Close to Manresa, 50 minutes from Barcelona, it is the ancient monastery of Sant Benet not only is one of the great jewels of Catalan architecture, it is also the axis of asingular project that includes art, nature and gastronomy.

What you can’t miss:

The musealized travel by the Church, the cloister, Winery and other areas, such as the private rooms of the painter Ramon Casas, who lived in it. And participate in family workshops of the Alicia Foundation, a project created by chef Ferran Adrià and cardiologist Valentí Fuster focused gastronomic research initiative.


Baga is a perfect example of a medieval village, but is also the door of the natural park of Cadí-Moixeró, starting point for entering this protected space that has a paradise for those who are looking for high mountain routes in the emblematic mountain of Pedraforca.

What you can’t miss:

A stroll through the town of Baga, which preserves part of the old wall that protected it, with towers, streets and cobbled squares. And the Gresolet viewpoint, which can be reached from the village of Saldes along a paved track between dwarf Oaks, beeches and firs leads to this balcony on a cliff which rises the 800 m. of Pedraforca.


If this Easter makes good, what better than a plan on the beach, although not for bathing, Yes to walk and breathe. Calella once was an industrial town, but since half a century ago is a renowned tourist resorts nestled in an area that has more than fiftykilometers of beaches.
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Visit Camp Nou.

Even if no game is played, a visit to the Camp Nou experience. Go back in time at the club Museum, allows you to print your name on the Jersey of FC Barcelona in the FCBotiga and walk in the footsteps of Johan Cruyff and Diego Maradona Leo Messifrom the tunnel to the pitch.
Buy their Camp Nou Experience (museum + visit Stadium) tickets on line, so you don’t have to wait in the queue have to get a ticket on the spot. Through Tiqets Dutchcan order your tickets conveniently. Camp Nou is the Europe‘s largest stadium. The Temple of soccer can accommodate98 787 spectators which is almost as much as the Kuip and the Amsterdam Arena together. The impressive House of FC Barcelona is still one of the three largest stadiums of the world. For a better experience in Barcelona not only in the Camp Nou you cant get a barcelona private tour.
With a ticket to the Camp Nou experience, you can explore the Camp Nou at your own pace. The ticket gives access to the FC Barcelona Museum, the stadium (including the locker rooms of visiting teams, tunnel and stands) and the area of multimedia. The Camp Nou Experience tickets are available at the Museum box office, but if youprefer not to make long queues would be maintained also you can order them online.
Buy your tickets online you will receive a voucher by email, which you can pick upyour tickets at the box office. In this article on the Camp Nou Experience it tells you all about the Museum, visit tothe stadium, and the way to order your tickets.
FC Barcelona President Nunez Museum FC Barcelona has not only the largest stadium, but also the best club in the world Museum. The photographs, paintings and trophies attracts more visitors than any other Museum in Barcelona. Next to the Museum you can also visit the stadium itself (up to one hour before closing, not on match days). Camp Nou Stadium there is no door closed during the visit to the stadium of FC Barcelona: press room, locker rooms, and even the presidential check box your. Withthe audio also available in Dutch guide you can follow your own pace.
The FCBotiga the official store of the Catalan club has branches spread throughoutthe city, but the only real hypermarket can be found at the stadium.
In addition to the usual cups and clocks, here you can find old shirts from the vintage or the latestequipment with your name and shirt number. Many visitors come mainly from Barcelona for the football club. And the beauty is also to attend a game? Make sure you look in advance if there are coincidences and buy tickets in advance online.
Are you considering to visit Barcelona during his time attending a game, buy tickets in advance. You can easily and reliably Via online tickets for FC Barcelona. You can choose your seat yourself.
The stadium is easily accessible by metro. Collblanc stop (line 5) is a 5minute walk from Badal metro station Stadium and also nearby. Line 5 is beneficial if you walk inthe Sagrada Família, Diagonal or Sants. His departure from the center of the city, can also take line 3 Liceu example or the plaza Catalunya and María Cristina or Palau Reial stop. Also, from there it‘s a short walk to the stadium. Note that the limit is not always possible to travel backwards with the metro to yourhotel. An alternative is a rental bike. You can also pre-order a taxi, so sure that will be quickly and safely to the stadium and again at home. Camp Nou Taxi can easily arrange in advance online.

Visit el Palau de la Música Catalana

Palau de la Música Catalana

This concert is a wonderful example of modernist architecture. Take a tour of the building or come early to see a show, its one of the most recomended buildings to visit in Barcelona, outside and inside its truly magic.

The Hall of the Palau de la Música Catalana is a great example of modernist architecture. Stained-glass windows, detailed sculpture, bright colors and the concerns of ‘raindrop’ glass ceiling make sure that this is one of the most popular attractions of Barcelona. During the day can be made a tour of the concerts arena and in the evening you can attend a concert. The Palau is opera, classical music, traditional Catalan and modern representations carried out.

The Palau de la Música Catalana is located in La Ribera, North of Las Ramblas, and is on the list of the UNESCO. It was built between 1905 and 1908 for the coral community Orfeó Català. The building was designed by architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner. involved many artists and artisans famous for designing, including painters, sculptors, specialists in glass-glass and mosaic carpets.

Book at least with two days of tickets in advance for a tour. This can be done online or by phone. Children under 10 years are free. The journey lasts 55 minutes and begins in the lobby, where you can admire the arches and tiles with floral motifs.

The Orfeó Català still is done in repetitiehal, the second room of the tour. Go up the main staircase, which is decorated with iron and glass, and enter the room Lluís Millet. In this room is seen stained glass two-story height and pillars with decorations of flowers.

The highlight of the tour is the concert hall. Enter the large, bright room and take all the colors in you. This room is considered a masterpiece of decorative art. Look up and admire the roof of curved Crystal handicraft. Each surface of the building is decorated with fruits, flowers and jewels.

tickets for the concerts are sold usually place days in advance, so be quick. There is a show almost every day. After a show for special children, or be enthralled by a representation of Vivaldi. Visit the website of the Palau for the concert.

Palau is open all the days for those trips. In August extended opening hours apply.

Here you are coming by bus, metro or train, but the most nearly public transport it is the metro, L4 and L1 Urquinaona.

Where to eat in Barcelona

This article will inform about 5 restaurants in Barcelona that is worth visiting if you‘re thinking to visit Barcelona, also I recommend to visit this website if you are interested in tourist guides in Barcelona,


Dos cielos
Located on the 24th floor of the Hotel Me Giddy, Dos Cielos was one of the local restaurants received its first Michelin star in 2010 the other was the Enoteca. The restaurant is run by two young chefs, Sergio and Javier Torres, who prepared a menu ‘sensografica’ based not only on flavors and textures, but also the senses and emotions. The logic: after a good dining experience very few people remember that what you ate. The dining room is modern and painted white. It has extraordinary views and the staff is very helpful. It is possible that it will advise you the menu tasting, which changes depending on the season, but they may include creamy rice small disheswith mushrooms or COD Cook slowly in a Gastrovac. Anyone who is tender, no doubt everything will be delicious and hopefully memorable. Carrer Pere IV 272.


Carrer Blai
Carrer Blai in Poble Sec is home to many restaurants and cosy cafés, but this stands out for its dishes made from the hands of two very friendly native features. As befitsthis neighborhood restaurant, the interior is an intentional marble tables, chairs of wit that don’t match and huge wooden barrels hanging from the walls. While the dishes can be changed daily, tend to the couscous, pasta and perhaps curry. the most emblematic dishes include creative salads (lentils and the handle is incredible) and what are possibly the best cakes in the city (the secret is in the three types of meat). Even if it is not fancy a full meal, a glass of wine and cheese at the counter table are perfect to start or end the night. Carrer Blai 28.


El Kiosko
The burger is back and is now gourmet. Gourmet Burgers are growing like mushrooms in the more trendy neighborhoods. Perhaps this return of the resistance is due to a greater demand for economic power or perhaps the gradual acceptance of “fastfood”. Anyway, the kiosk is one of the best, as the queues in front of the show. Thekiosk burgers are made with the best ingredients of beef in the North of Spain Spanish lamb and organic vegetables. All are grilled on the spot. generous baked potatoes, a variety of salsas and Chutneys and cantina environment friendly worth thewait. Marquès de L’argentera, 1a.


El mercado de la Boqueria
Anyone interested in the catalan kitchen may not visit the Boqueria market. Eating one of the many bars in this market is a truly authentic experience of the city. Bar Pinotxo is one of the most famous. Once a Bank of footholds in this bar buzz of corner,the effusive owner, Juanito one being the vest and bow tie direct come to ask if you would like a glass of cava. And why refuse! Pinotxo dishes are more or less the definition of “market cuisine”. excellent dishes on the menu include small Octopus with chickpeas, beans elegant Catalan and excellent tortillas all made with the best ingredients from the market has to offer. The 89 Ramblas.


If the fusion of Brazilian and Japanese cuisine doesn’t convince him immediately, ameal at Ikibana most likely is that you change your mind. This restaurant incrediblyspontaneous tempted to trends of the city with its subtle combination of this with the West. Think of sushi and sashimi executed to perfection. The cuisine uses the best fish and seafood Spanish accompanied by surprisingly light sauce flavored with fruit and edible flowers. The Ikibana has two restaurants. The largest and most impressive is the Parallel avenida lively in Poble Sec inspired environment tropical avant garden with wooden elements, seat of Bank of green moss and a good staff in search of work the soft rhythm of the samba. The other is in the trendy el Born district. The cocktails are highly recommended opens the evening with a mojito in fruit of passion and not slow that is dancing with the employees. Avinguda parallel 148.