Best of Barcelona Shore Excursion: Small Group Tour and Sagrada Familia Skip the Line

While you are in port in Barcelona, explore the best of this perfect Catalan city on this shore trip. This touring visit incorporates skip the-line access at La Sagrada Familia, where the long lines can regularly make a day in port extremely disappointing. Your guide will likewise demonstrate to you a greater part of the city’s famous sights like the slope of Montjuïc and the Gothic Quarter. On the off chance that a half-day visit isn’t sufficient, move up to the full-day visit to additionally visit Park Güell and La Pedrera. On this little gathering visit, you’ll get customized attention from your gide.

Highlights

  • Extensive trip through the city

  • Useful, well disposed and expert local guide

  • Includes free admission to top local attractions

  • All assessments, fuel additional charges and administration expenses included

Your day in Barcelona will be well-spent on this touring shore outing, which incorporates skip the-line access at La Sagrada Familia. After you meet your guide, drive up to Barcelona’s Montjuïc slope, the site of the 1992 Olympics. After a concise stop at the Catalunya National Art Museum, proceed to Plaça Espanya and past the innovator structures of the Eixample region.

Drive through Passeig de Gracia, home to Barcelona’s prestigious Antonio Gaudí structures – La Pedrera and Casa Batlló. At that point stop at the Hospital de Sant Pau, one of the best images of the pioneer structural planning in Barcelona and an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

When you achieve La Sagrada Familia, a standout amongst the most extraordinary and prevalent attractions in Spain, you’ll avoid the long lines that are frequently long. Your guide will lead you straight inside this wonderful structure for a guided visit.

You’ll then head to the most established piece of Barcelona, the Gothic Quarter, where you’ll walk around the thin lanes of medieval Barcelona. Stop for a free glass of cava (Catalan shining wine) and tapas tasting in a neighborhood market. From that point, visit the Jewish Quarter, the Royal Palace and the 2,000-year-old Roman sanctuary.

Proceed to the Born locale and Santa Maria del Mar church, a standout amongst the most delightful in Barcelona, where your visit closes.

Update:

Move up to the full-day visit to incorporate guided visits to two of Antoni Gaudi’s most spectacular locales – Park Güell and La Pedrera. You’ll visit the acclaimed city arrangement and visit the inside of La Pedrera.

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