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29 reviews (4.28)
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Pricing Info: Per Person
Duration: 11 hours
Departs: Barcelona, Barcelona
Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted
Get to know two important places while you are visiting Barcelona city. This 11-hour guided tour not only invites you to get to know the spirituality of Montserrat and the amazing architecture of Sagrada Fammilia, but also to have the opportunity of knowing the beautiful culture of Catalonia. Fall in love with the architecture of the Basilica which combines Gothic and Renaissance styles. See the beautiful atrium and sacristy, and get an appreciation of the talents of the singers, composers, and teachers through the explanatory audiovisual showing the choir line.
Entrance to the Museum of Montserrat
Entrance to the Sagrada Familia
Professional guide (simultnaeously in english and spanish)
Round-trip shared transfer
Access to the Sagrada Familia Towers
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
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We had a great time doing this tour. Both tour guides were amazing.
This is a great combo. Monserrat was amazing. It had snowed the night before so the roads were difficult to deal with but the bus driver knew what he was doing and performed perfectly. The views are outstanding. Then the tour at Sagrada Familia was great. cut the line was key. Tour guide was excellent and knowledgeable. But it was a bi-lingual tour so it took twice as long as it needed to be. Also if people took the option to go up to the tower the rest of the group basically waited. They showed us some other stuff that was less interesting during this time but went over it again briefly for the others when they returned from the tower. I would recommend that they do the tower after the tour was done so if people wanted more free time they could have it or if they were done they could leave while the tower portion took place.
Montserrat Monastery was beautiful. Great architecture, along with the murals, stained glass, and all that goes into these old cathedrals. The mountain views and walking paths provided an opportunity to appreciate the area and Monastery from multiple sites. We ended up passing on the Sagrada part of the tour.
The trip to Montserrat was fine. Guide was nice and knowledgeable. However, having to wait over 2 hours between drop off back at Catalunya and then taking a metro to Sagrada was inconvenient. In addition, the Sagrada tour was given in both Spanish and English which meant one needed to stand through both explanations to get through the tour. The tour should be in only one language.
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