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Park Guell Private Tours

#161 of 1,165 Tours in Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
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About Park Guell Private Tours
Masterpiece of Gaudi and symbol of Barcelona Far beyond a simple tourist tour, during your Private Tour an expert guide will accompany you and answer your questions through this open-air museum. You will have the opportunity to discover Park Guell's secrets and the art works of the worldwide recognized catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Enjoy Gaudi's masterpiece joining one of our guided tours from 37€! Tour 100% Park Guell T3 - Tour Park Guell Summit - Tour Gaudi House Museum - Private tours led by qualified architect-guides with plenty of available graphic information to clearly illustrate the best points of interest - You will be impressed by this wonderful UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984 - Visits guaranteed. Private tours in small groups from 2 to 6 people - Lenght of the privat tour: 2 hours - Languages: English, Spanish or Catalan
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Get up close and personal with Gaudí's most celebrated works during this half-day tour, focused on the celebrated architect's standout buildings. Learn about the rise of modernism in Barcelona as you stroll between sights. Highlights include panoramic views over the Mediterranean coastline in Park Güell, the whimsical façades of Casa Batlló and Casa Milá, and an in-depth visit of the Sagrada Familia, with admission tickets included.
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Lorenzo el Jefe wrote a review Dec 2019
Barcelona, Spain3,033 contributions627 helpful votes
Q-Trip: For the Gaudi experience #1 visit should be the Mila where the Attic interpretation centre explains a lot. Q-Trip: Audio Tour at Mila is super, live guide at Sagrada is problematic (large group pushed through) where Audio Tour may work better, while Park Güell does work best with a live guide. Orional was super informative. Bingo for live guide, eh.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ConsultantRob2121 wrote a review Nov 2019
Sacramento, California58 contributions55 helpful votes
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Nadine with BSMA.cat was wonderful. They offer tours in a variety of languages. To me I get so much more out of a real person speaking than just a recording. The site is great and Nadine helped bring the whole park to life in a fun way while also being very informative. Highly recommend
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Y7467YDmaryp wrote a review Nov 2019
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Toured the city Highlights and visited Sargada familia, Munjic, Parc Guell with small group. Good insight to beautiful city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Andy M wrote a review Oct 2019
Chapel Hill, North Carolina3 contributions3 helpful votes
I absolutely recommend a visit to Park Guell, and the private tour was a huge enhancement to our visit. With the private tour you get access to the restricted monument section of the park. The guide is able to give you the history and stories behind each piece of Gaudi work and the park itself. My favorite attraction to visit in Barcelona was the park, so unique! Sagrada Familia a close second. After the work, we walked to see three of Gaudi's houses/buildings in the city. Seeing the exteriors was sufficient for us, and they all had very unique architectural designs to say the least.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Robert K wrote a review Jun 2019
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We arrived to see Park Guell around 10:30 AM and, despite what the guide books said, a paid admission reservation was needed and there were no openings until around 4:00 PM that same day. However, we were advised that if we arrived before 8:00 AM the park was open to the public for free for self guided visiting. So, we came back the next morning and enjoyed a pleasant quiet beautiful visit in the early morning sun.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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