At the end of the 19th Century, Barcelona began a cultural transformation towards modernity. The Modernisme Movement nurtured a rebirth of Catalan cultural values in art-nouveau & creativity, literature, music, painting, and especially in architecture. Antoni Gaudì & his contemporaries contributed greatly to making Barcelona one of the world's most stylistically unique, magical & bohemian cities – and our Gaudi walking tour is the ultimate exploration of his incredible work.

The map of Barcelona could easily be a Gaudi tour map, such is the influence and creative beauty he bestowed all across the city; join us on our Gaudi free tour to explore this true open-air museum & gallery, learn about this fascinating period, and discover Barcelona's most wonderful buildings, including Gaudi's unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia with your Gaudi free tour guide.

The free Gaudi walking tour beings at the steps of the Gothic Cathedral, daily at 3 P.M. Don’t miss it!

A single metro ticket is required on the tour

  • Casa Martí
  • Casa Battló
  • Sagrada Familia
  • The Catalan Renaissance
  • Casa Milà (La Pedrera)
  • Gaudi's Life
  • Casa Lleó i Morera
  • The Eixample district
  • Casa Amatller
  • Manzana de la Discordia
  • Plan de Idelfons Cerdà
  • Casa Bonet
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Meeting Point
Steps of the Gothic Cathedral on Pla de la Seu

By Metro option 1 - get off at L1 - L4 URQUINAONA metro stop and walk along Via Laietana. Turn right onto Av. de la Catedral and continue to the square of Pla de la Seu at the steps of the Cathedral which will be on your left.

By Metro option 2 – get off at L3 LICEU metro stop and walk along Las Ramblas in the direction of Plaça de Catalunya. Turn right onto Carrer Portaferrisa and continue straight to Av. de la Catedral. Pla de la Seu square is on your right-hand side; this is the meeting point, at the steps of the Cathedral.

We will be waiting for you at the steps of the Cathedral in Pla de la Seu square with light-blue umbrellas, t-shirts and name tags.

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