Small group Tour

Barcelona visit with Sagrada Familia and Montserrat Monastery tour

Barcelona, Sagrada Família and Montserrat in just one day!

Hotel Pick-up

Duration: 10h

Price: 121€

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  • Small Groups, Max. 8 people

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Travel through the history of Barcelona, all the way from the Romans, following the medieval city. Pay special attention to the Modernist architecture including Antoni Gaudí ’s masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia and disposing skip-the-line entrance tickets. Discover the mystic Mountain of Montserrat and its Benedictine Monastery. Enjoy a pick up by your guide at your accommodation in Barcelona and journey by a private vehicle, shared by a friendly small group of no more than 8 people.

Tour highlights

  • Discover the hilltop religious retreat of Montserrat and sample the best of Barcelona

  • Visit the 12th-century carving of Our Lady of Montserrat, also known as La Moreneta.

  • Explore the 'Holy Cave' where the Madonna is said to have once appeared.

  • Listen to La Escolania, one of the oldest children’s choirs in all of Europe (if available).

  • Small group size limited to no more than 8 guests.

  • Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the city

  • Avoid long lines at La Sagrada Familia, Gaudí’s crowning masterpiece.

  • Wander along the ancient Roman walls and narrow, winding streets of the Gothic Quarter before visiting a 2,000-year-old Roman Temple.

  • Stroll down the elegant Passeig de Gracia, marveling at Modernist masterpieces like La Pedrera and Casa Batlló.

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Points of interest

  • Passeig de Gràcia:
    The most luxurious avenue of Barcelona, home to the most distinctive examples of Catalan Modernist architecture. Marvel at the surprising façades of Gaudi’s famous houses (Casa Batlló and Milà, also known as la Pedrera). Discover the ‘apple of discord’

  • Eixample District:
    This district was designed by Ildefons Cerdà after 1859, when authorities approved his plan to expand the city. (The word “Eixample” actually means “expansion” in Catalan!) Cerdà’s idea of urban planning was revolutionary and utopian, a fact you will observe directly while walking through the streets of this elegant neighborhood.

  • Sagrada Familia:
    Perhaps the most emblematic landmark of Barcelona. There are no words to describe the feeling one gets when entering this magnificent temple of Modernism. The organic shapes found throughout its structure, the light filtering through its stained glass windows and the symbolic nature of the building’s sculpted façade will probably be the highlight of this tour (if not of your whole stay in Barcelona!)

  • Waterfront:
    Over time, Barcelona's coast has always adapted to the needs of the city’s people. Its latest architecture is best represented by the World Trade Center and the converted Old Port. The Old Port is now full of fantastic shops, restaurants and nightclubs, while still maintaining the charm of its past. Around the coast you will also find the Columbus Monument and the beautiful Gothic building of the Drassanes.

  • Montjuïc Mountain:
    Originally used as a strategic place from which to defend the city against attack, this impressive mountain borders the Mediterranean Sea. From its summit you will enjoy fantastic views of the Barcelona skyline. The mountain is home to several buildings that perfectly exemplify modern art and contemporary architecture. These include the sport facilities belonging to the Olympic Ring, as well as museums like the Miró Foundation and Caixa Forum. You will also discover examples of urbanism and architecture specially designed for the International Exhibition of 1929.

  • Old Town:
    This is where the history of Barcelona first started. In Barcelona’s Ciutat Vella you will find a harmonious mix of modernity with Roman and medieval imprints right in the city center. Learn all about Barcelona’s origins and about some of the most fascinating Catalan traditions. Explore the charming corners, picturesque plazas and narrow alleys of the Gothic Quarter. We especially recommend a visit to Plaça Sant Jaume and the famous Cathedral.

  • Natural Park of the Mountain of Montserrat:
    Declared a Natural Park in 1987, this rocky massif is characterized by the rounded shape of its peaks. The unique natural landscape offers a rare beauty for visitors to enjoy.

  • Monastery and the Black Madonna:
    This Benedictine abbey has existed for almost one thousand years. It serves as an authentic spiritual retreat center and place of pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin of Montserrat. The current image of the 'Black Madonna', a wooden carving from the twelfth century, is a true symbol of the Catalan culture.Choir of Montserrat: One of the oldest children choirs of Europe, with origins in the fourteenth century. These children participate in liturgical celebrations and community prayer performed in the basilica.

Tour Description

Start your day by enjoying the comfort of a pick up service at your accommodation in Barcelona, and journey through the city with a private vehicle, just for you and your small group.
Get an overview of Barcelona city along the route, pass by Catalunya Square, Barcelona Cathedral, Passeig de Gracia and Antoni Gaudí ’s Houses, such as the Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, and many other highlights.
Head to the Montjuic Mountain to enjoy great views of the city from top. See the Olympic facilities, constructed for the 1992 Barcelona Games, such as the Olympic Stadium and the Palau Sant Jordi. Pass by the Joan Miró Foundation and relax from the hustle and bustle of the city in one of the splendid gardens of the hill.
Continue the day with a walking tour of the medieval Old Town of Barcelona. Enjoy a stroll in the Gothic Quarter, where the history of Barcelona began. Learn about Catalan traditions and Barcelona’s origins, while exploring enchanting corners, picturesque plazas and the narrow alleys of the Gothic quarter. Visit the Royal Square, one of Barcelona's busiest, most vibrant spots of the Old Town. Head to the Plaça Sant Jaume to have a look to the City Hall and to discover the most ancient and well hidden corner of the city centre, dating back to Roman times.
Continue your walk in a maze of winding streets to visit the King’s Square (Plaça del Rei) and the splendid Barcelona Gothic Cathedral. Visit intimate squares that has marked the history of this city and walk through the Jewish Quarters, one of the oldest and best preserved areas of the city centre.
Get back on the road and drive through the Eixample district, designed by Ildefons Cerdà after 1895 , to expand the city. Pass through Passeig de Gràcia, with its typical Catalan architecture. The avenue is home to the most remarkable façades of modernist buildings, including Gaudi’s La Pedrera, Casa Batlló and Domènech’s Casa Lleó - Morera or Casa Ametller.
Explore the life project of Antoni Gaudí, La Sagrada Familia and let yourself get taken by a moment full of emotions, that will leave a lifelong impression. Admire Gaudi's masterpiece, considered as the most emblematic landmark of Barcelona.
There are no words to describe the feeling one gets when entering this magnificent temple of Modernism. The organic shapes found throughout its structure, the light filtering through its stained glass windows and the symbolic nature of the building’s sculpted façade will certainly be the highlight of your tour.
Leave Barcelona and head 60 km northeast to the mystic Mountain of Montserrat, the Natural Park with its very peculiar peaks that protects the spiritual essence of Catalonia. For almost 1,000 years, a Benedictine community has lived in these mountains.
Visit the Basilica of Montserrat, house of the serene image of the Black Virgin of Montserrat (the famous “Moreneta”), the saint patron of Catalonia, a polychrome Romanesque carving of the 12th century.
On the way, listen to interesting stories about Catalonia and its bounding to the holy mountain, scene of pilgrims since ancient times and part of the route to Santiago de Compostela. Your guide will share important information to understand the heritage you will discover during the tour.
Once you reach the monastery, you have plenty of options and your guide will adjust to your interests. We invite you to take an easy walk of around 30 min to enjoy one of the most astonishing views of the natural park.

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Tour information

  • Professional guide
  • Private transportation
  • Pick up and drop off at your accommodation
  • Walking tour of Montserrat.
  • Walking tour through the Historical Center
  • Skip-the-line Tickets to the Sagrada Familia
Not included
  • Any private expenses
  • Gratuities (optional)
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