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We had a wonderful time touring with Yiannis and learning all about the architecture of Gaudí and Modernisme. Yiannis was really knowledgeable and answered all of our questions. I would highly recommend this tour!
Patrick is a terrific guide -- very well informed and personable. The tour was a wonderful introduction to modernism in Barcelona and in Catalonian art and architecture. We highly recommend taking this tour before visiting Sagrada Familia. It was fun and educational. And, a special...More
On Monday October 12th, 2015 my wife and I did the 2hour walking tour with Erik as our leader. He was fantastic. We walked at a comfortable pace, and he certainly look at his watch as the tour ended up closer to 3 hours. We...More
Gaudi's arhitechtural designs are easily identifiable by his over the top construction details. We passed several of his buildings that stood out from the rest of the buildings. No two buildings were alike and the attention to detail was inflapable.
Loved the going inside the Sagrada Familia church and seeing all of his work and then going outside. This church will be done in 2026. This is a must see!!! Also loved seeing more of Gaudi's works!!! Love this incredible man!!
Our tour guide was an art historian so we didn't just get to know Gaudi but his teacher and students. We started at the gingerbread house and gradually worked our way through the streets of Barcelona with great difficulty as looking up and walking was...More
We took a Half Morning Gaudi Tour with BCN Travel as we had to join the cruise ship in the afternoon and the tour started at 9 am. We went by their tour bus to visit the Casa Batllo in the city centre and then...More
I love Barcelona!
It is a great place, with incredible architecture and a lots of sights. Don't miss Gaudi - visit his houses- Casa Balto, La Pedrera, Guell Park, La Sagrada Familia; Citadella park, Colon, Monjuic, Placa Espanja with the unique Magic Fountain, Barcelona FC....More
Probably one cannot see all the beautiful buildings during one visit to Barcelona, but it is really worthwhile so see as many as possible. The are unique!!!!!
I would suggest la Sagrada Familia, a couple of houses on passed de Gracia, the Parc Guell,
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Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognisable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
exemplified by the comfortable and lavish five-star hotels that flank the divine and modernistic buildings from some of the world’s most recognised architects such as Gaudi and Montaner.
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Lunch and dinner prices are similar to the prices in any United States tourist area. My family of four had a late dinner on Las Ramblas for about $12.00 per person. You can get a fine lunch or dinner at the Marketplace in... More
Lunch and dinner prices are similar to the prices in any United States tourist area. My family of four had a late dinner on Las Ramblas for about $12.00 per person. You can get a fine lunch or dinner at the Marketplace in the center of las Ramblas and dine on fares from fresh rabbit to seafood at a nominal cost.