No trip to Barcelona is complete without learning about its favorite architect, Antoni Gaudi, and his fascinating creations. This is the perfect way to get to see so many of Gaudi’s works in one day without exhausting yourself running around town.
Exploring the city by bike is the best way to see so many sights in one day. On the Gaudi Bike Tour, you’ll discover some of Gaudi’s earliest and lesser-known architectural gems as well as his most famous buildings. You'll get to learn about the life and history of Gaudi while also getting to see some stunning examples of Modernista architecture.
Of course, the highlight of the tour will be getting to see Gaudi’s magnificent cathedral, La Sagrada Familia. We’ve secured priority access skip-the-line Sagrada Familia tickets for you so that you won’t waste any precious time waiting in hours-long lines. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the interior of the Sagrada Familia on your own before meeting back with your guide, who will take you to a hidden gem for lunch to eat on the lovely open terrace of a local Spanish restaurant (lunch not included).
The fascinating stories and insight given by your guide while exploring the city will bring Gaudi’s masterpieces to life and help you to really understand why his architecture is so highly regarded in the life and culture of Barcelona.
|Students (ID required)||€56.00|
|Children (ages 4-12)||€53.00|
|Infants (ages 0-3)||€0.00|
This tour meets at Plaça Sant Jaume in the city center (metro: Jaume I). We meet on the side of the plaza nearest to Las Ramblas, in the corner next to the newspaper kiosk. Look for our guides with Fat Tire Tours bicycles and t-shirts, holding up a meeting point sign.
All tours meet in Plaça Sant Jaume in the city center. We meet in the southwest (bottom right) corner of the plaza, nearest to Las Ramblas.
No, the price of lunch is not included. This tour stops at a local Spanish restaurant just outside the stunning Hospital de Sant Pau that serves tapas. Tapas range from €3-€8, and we recommend ordering 2-3 per person.
Yes, as an active place of worship, guests are required to have their shoulders and knees covered. It is sufficient to bring along a light scarf or cardigan and put them on prior to entering the holy areas. We cannot be held responsilbe for denied entry due to improper dress.
Helmets are optional for all of our tours, but we have them in sizes for all ages. Please let us know if you think you’d like to reserve some for your tour.
Yes! We have cold drinks available in our office.
All scheduled tours are in English, but please inquire about other languages available if booking a private tour.
Absolutely! We welcome kids of all ages on our City Bike tour and we're a great family activity. We have several kid bikes in a couple of different sizes, as well as adult bikes equipped with child seats and child trailers in addition to plenty of kid-sized helmets, so we can pretty much accommodate anyone and everyone. We also have available child tandem attachments for those kids who are too big for the child seats and trailers, but still a bit too young to ride their own bikes through the city.
This tour includes entrance to La Sagrada Família.
Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate special requests like this on our public tours. Once the tour begins we ask that you stay with the guide and the group until the end. If you're interested in something shorter, please inquire about a private tour.
We are happy to offer full refunds if the reservation is cancelled more than 72 hours (3 days) before the scheduled tour. We do not offer refunds for any reason once we are within 72 hours of the scheduled tour.
All of our tours operate rain or shine, and we have rain ponchos available in our office for purchase (fully refunded if not used).
Absolutely, please feel welcome to bring your luggage along to the meeting point and the tour guides will direct you to our nearby shop where you may store your bags while out on the tour.