Two Hours Quick Barcelona Private Tour with Hotel Pick up

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Two Hours Quick Barcelona Private Tour with Hotel Pick up

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  • 2 Hours
  • English, Spanish

Barcelona is an amazing city, but it can be very challenging to visit it in a short period of time. That’s why we’ve created this private guided tour. Don’t worry, just join us and discover everything you need to know about the marvellous city of Barcelona. Our expert driver will take you around the city, offering you some inside tips and showing you some of the city’s most fascinating sights. We will pick you up from your location in Barcelona and go straight to the iconic attractions like Sagrada familia, Casa Mila , Las Ramblas etc… The best way to explore this city is with a private vehicle, so you’ll discover lots of grounds in a short period of time. So just sit back, relax, and let the city of Barcelona amaze you. 

Schedule Details

Meeting Location

It will be received after booking confirmation.

Total Duration

2 hours 

Opening Days

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Tour Participants

Min Participants:

1

Tour Itinerary

We will pick you up from your location in Barcelona and guide you around for 2 hours. This panoramic tour allows you to stop for a picture, but won’t enter inside the attractions. Private vehicle included.  

 

The Sagrada Familia (Basilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family) is the most iconic symbol of Barcelona and the most visited landmark in the whole of Spain. It is considered to be the best example of Modernist architecture designed by Antoni Gaudí and every day thousands of tourists explore this curious but unfinished temple. You will admire this iconic creation from outside. 

Las Ramblas is often the first landmark that most tourists identify with the city. It is a large boulevard which runs through the heart of the city centre. It is filled with Barcelona action at its best. Las Ramblas is approximately 1.2 kilometres long with Port Vell (near the cruise port terminal) at the Southern most end and Plaça de Catalunya at the northern most end. If you have your back to Port Vell and you are looking up towards Catalunya along the Ramblas on your left hand side is the Raval area and on your right-hand side is the Barri Gòtic (or Gothic Quarter). Las Ramblas can also be roughly divided into seedy and non-seedy areas. This distinction between seedy and non-seedy becomes a lot clearer during the night time when the Southern most end of the Ramblas becomes something of a red light district and is frequented by night women.

Home to FC Barcelona since its completion in 1957, Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Spain and the third-largest football stadium in the world! One of the most historic football stadiums in the world, Camp Nou has hosted two Champions League finals, two UEFA Cup Winners’ Cups, and matches of other major football events, including the FIFA World Cup, the 1992 Summer Olympics and more. This massive football stadium can accommodate a massive 99,354 people at a time! We will just drive past this place only for a photo stop as we don’t have time to enter inside.

El Corte Inglés is Spain’s largest department store and your absolute best bet if you need to pick up anything from adapters to socks to another carry-on in which to stash all of your new goods. The nine-floor store in Plaça de Catalunya is surprisingly easy to navigate. As well as the things you’d expect to find in a department store, there is also a supermarket, pharmacy, optician, foreign exchange counter, travel agency and a beauty salon. Shop your way to the top floor and reward yourself with a drink and a bite to eat in the café La Rotonda. We recommend a short 20 minutes stop here to have a quick look inside but you can decide to skip it or to stay longer inside as per your choice.

As the last project Gaudí took on before he passed away, Casa Milà is actually considered to be the pinnacle of his career. It was originally designed to house the wealthy families of Barcelona. You may also hear it referred to as La Pedrera (meaning “stone quarry”), a name that came about due to the vast amount of stone used to construct the building and the many features that seem to come from nature.

Tour Type

Group Type

Private

Tour Inclusions

Included

  • Hotel Pickup and drop in private vehicle
  • Drive through the City of Barcelona
  • Parking Fees
  • Private transportation
Tour Exclusions

Excluded

  • Camp Nou entry tickets (visit only from outside)
  • Sagrada familia Entry Tickets (Photo session only)
  • There is no guide in addition to driver. The driver guides you around in the city
  • Gratuities
Guide Details

Guides

There is no guide in addition to the driver

Languages

English, Spanish

Price Table
Stop selling 24 hours before start time

Price per participant

€335,00

Accesibility Details
Know before you go

Public transportation nearby
No infant seats available
Not suitable for pets
Not stroller accessible
Not wheelchair accessible

We will pick you up from your location in Barcelona and drop you off at your hotel after a 2 hours panoramic short tour of Barcelona.

Cancellation & Refund policy

To receive a full refund, travelers may cancel up to 24 hours before the experience start time in the local timezone. No refunds will be given after that time period.

We may reserve the right to cancel a customer’s booking for a full refund in case of bad weather or not enough travelers. 

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