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. Join us 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.
(a single metro ticket is required on the tour)
How do free tours work? It's simple, you're free to pay what you feel the tour was worth. Your lovely local guides don't receive any income other than tips from satisfied customers like you, meaning top quality tours on fair terms.
Booking is recommended to reserve your space, especially during high season & at weekends. This helps us to guarantee you'll receive a top quality tour!
Groups of 7+ must book online 24 hours in advance. Please note, fixed rates apply for groups joining the tour.
Please note, groups of 7-15 people who book to join the tour are not guaranteed their own guide. Should your group require their own guide, we recommend you use our contact form to arrange a private tour exclusively for your group.
Tours usually require a minimum number of participants to run. In the unlikely event of too few participants, however, we will always endeavor to run a tour or provide an alternative, at our discretion.
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Option 1.Coming from L1 - L4 URQUINAONA metro stop , take Via Laietana until you get to Av. de la Catedral on your right. Walk along Av. de la Catedral and you will find the meeting point in the square of Pla de la Seu at the steps of the Cathedral on your left.
Coming from L3 LICEU metro stop , take Las Ramblas (direction of Plaça de Catalunya) and take Carrer Portaferrisa on your right. Walk straight to Av. de la Catedral and the meeting point is in the square of Pla de la Seu on your right, at the steps of the Cathedral.
Check out for the guides with light-blue umbrellas, t-shirts and name tags.
You can download our city map from here.