walking tour + driving tour
4 H +4 H - Barcelona in two days ( Walking + Minivan Tour )
This 2 half day programm will allow you to know Barcelona discovering the old town + Gaudí architecture.
The First day wold be a walking Tour and the second day a minivan tour (1) .
PRIORITY ACCESS TO THE SITES (no waiting in line ).
Cathedral of Saint Eulalia and Sagrada Familia. It is mandatory to cover the knees and shoulders in order to visit the Cathedral and Basilica.
(1) If the first tour takes place on a sunday as the markets will be close on that day we will have the Gaudí Tour and on the next the Old Town Tour.
First Day Walking Tour - Barcelona old town.
In the first day we will discover the old town visiting :
Food Market from La Boquería ( From Monday to Saturday open)
Cathedral of Saint Eulia
Call ( Medieval Jewish Quarter Optional )
Note : Cathedral of Saint Eulalia and basilica Sagrada Familia . It is mandatory to cover the knees and shoulders in order to visit the Cathedral and the Basilica.
Second Day Driving Tour- Gaudí 's Architecture
Sagrada Familia ( Towers Excluded )
Güell Park or Citadelle Park
If the first tour takes place on a sunday as the markets will be close on that day we will have the Gaudí Tour and on the next the Old Town Tour. Sagrada Familia allows to wear shorts or bermudas.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the Hotel in BArcelona
End location: At the hotel in Barcelona or city center
Duration: 2 days
The First day would be a walking tour ( without transportation )
The second half day would be a tour with minivan.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 euros per person - Sagrada Familia 15 euros per person
Güell Park 7 Euros per person
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Our day in Barcelona with Sandra was great. She was such the professional and very flexible and accommodating. She did a great job getting us to all the major sights before the cruise ship shore excursions hit. On our tour date, she was under the weather but you could not tell it by the energy and enthusiasm that she led our tour with.
Robert E. Mitchell