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Gaudi's houses: Casa Mila Casa & Vicens skip-the-line ticket3 Reviews
Discover icons of Catalan Modernism such as Casa Batlló, Casa Mila, Palau Guell, and Casa Vicens, and learn about the life and work of Antoni Gaudí in a 4-hour tour.
- Discover the best of Gaudí in a 4-hour private tour with a professional guide
- Visit Casa Batlló, Casa Mila, Palau Guell, and Casa Vicens
- Enjoy skip-the-line tickets at Casa Mila and Casa Vicens
- Customize your tour to suit your needs
DescriptionThe tour begins in the central Raval Quarter with a visit to Palau Guell, one of the Gaudí’s first important commissions. Explore this peculiar urban palace before taking a stroll through the garden of the famous medieval Hospital of Santa Creu, where Gaudí died tragically in 1926. Walk along Paseo de Gracia, a beautiful example of Catalan Modernism, a style adopted by the Catalan bourgeoisie and Gaudí himself. Marvel at the facades of Casa Batlló while its history comes to life with the help of an experienced guide. Continue down the Passeig de Gràcia to La Manzana de la Discordia, a block known for having works by four of Barcelona’s most important Modernista architects. Skip-the-line at the Casa Mila and explore the many rooms and stunning terrace with an audio guide in your language. After the 3-hour private tour, a local guide brings you a short subway ride away to Casa Vicens, where visitors enjoy skip-the-line tickets and have one hour to explore this unique property which until quite recently was closed to the public. Witness the work of Antoni Gaudí come alive and learn the history of Barcelona in this private 4-hour tour, tailored to each traveler’s needs and interests.
IncludesA 3-hour private tour plus 1 hour to explore Casa Vicens Skip-the-line tickets at Casa Mila and Casa Vicens + Audio Guide in your languaje Subway ride to Casa Vicens
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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