Are you looking for a skip-the-line ticket, a tourist bus ticket, a guided tour ... that allows you to get to know Barcelona better? In this article I offer you the tickets that will allow you not to wait 2 hours in front of the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà… And discover Barcelona in a different way.
Before jumping into the article, here is my guide to Barcelona to receive free and now in your mailbox. There you will find a map of what to see and where to party in Barcelona. Do not hesitate, it is cadeau, And it gets delivered directly to your mailbox! In addition, I added the Gaudí circuit: Palais Güell, Casa Calvet, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà “La Pedrera”.
/! To optimize your stay, know that there is a very interesting pass, the Barcelona City Pass (link). It is the best option when you visit Barcelona. Includes skip-the-line tickets to the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. But also the Hop on Hop off Bus (which allows you to get on and off at will), the bus transfer to and from El Prat airport, so you don't have to worry about how you are going to get to your hotel.
This Pass also offers you a 20% discount for Camp Nou Experience, Casa Batlló, Casa Milá and many more.
This is really the one that I recommend, it is complete and profitable. for more information, or here to read the article dedicated to this: Barcelona City Pass.
For a guided tour, here are 3 French speaking guides. I highly recommend them, do not hesitate to contact them, they are very friendly!
- You have José, who is the expert on the history of Barcelona and who can show you around (to see what he has to offer)
- You have Thomas the Philanthropist offering a visit + tasting or a Tapas and Wine activity (ideal to start the evening) (link)
- You have Lucie and her fantastic bike rides around Barcelona (link).
1) Skip-the-line tickets to Barcelona
This is what you can find in this article.
2) Skip-the-line tickets to the Sagrada Familia
Let's start with the impressive Sagrada Familia. You have two tickets for this wonderful site:
- The simple skip-the-line entrance to the Sagrada Familia ()
- As for the towers, you should know that they are not always open, but if you really want to visit them, here are the opening dates (link).
To get a better view of the city, I recommend visiting the highest tower (75 m): the Passion Tower.
- Then he will take you both inside and to the museum, and will give you information about the history and construction of the Sagrada Familia through photographs, sketches and plaster models.
This famous and great Roman basilica was designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí in 1882. More information in my article: Visit the Sagrada Familia
3) Skip-the-line entrance to Casa Battlo
Casa Batlló is a XNUMXth century house that has been completely renovated in the famous modernist style. It is also one of Gaudí's many masterpieces. The interior of the house is as exceptional as the exterior of the building. From mid-March to mid-June I advise you to take this Casa Battlo skip-the-line ticket, otherwise take this one, it will be enough.
For a guided visit to Casa Battlo with José ().
4) Skip-the-line entrance to Casa Mila
Casa Milá, also known as La Pedrera (“stone quarry” in Catalan). It was built between 1905 and 1910 and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. Casa Milá is undoubtedly one of Antoni Gaudí's most outstanding works. for the skip-the-line ticket.
For a guided tour of Casa Milà with José ().
5) A point in Parc Güell
Parc Güell was designed by Antonio Gaudi (and yes, him again) in the early XNUMXth century, the park is also known as an architectural marvel and as one of Gaudí's most colorful works. Parc Güell is located at the top of the Gracia neighborhood. The ticket to skip the line if you are interested, but for more information:
How to get to Park Güell by metro, bus, a guided tour of Park Güell, where the escalators are ...
Read my article: Visiting Parc Güell.
Güell Park it is one of the most beautiful places in Barcelona. Original and incredibly charming, this garden deserves the detour and deserves to be walked along all its paths, to capture all its beauty. Don't forget your camera, Gaudí will blow your mind!
/! Take at least a good two hours. To get there from Las Ramblas, use bus n ° 24. The visit to the garden is free but I advise you to visit Gaudí's house… Price 5,5 euros.
To avoid hurting your calves, go to the top of Park Güell, this will prevent you from hitting the entire climb on foot. And for the skip-the-line entrance, this is where it happens and here with the guided tour. Otherwise, you have a super nice way, is to get the Bus & Parc Güell pass. This pass is not bad at all, because it allows you to tour the city by tourist bus and reach the park, which is still a bit far from the city center. But again, check it out.
9 * + in my Parc Guell article!
Is this Park Güell free or paid !?
In fact, Park Güell has 2 different areas: the Monumental Area (not attenuated), for which you must buy a ticket (€ 8 at the box office) and the free access area that is open to all visitors for free. But I highly recommend that you take the pass to visit the monumental area, it is really to see!
If you arrive at Park Güell before the assigned time, you can start the visit in the free access area. Once the tickets have been purchased, no change of date and time will be allowed. So be on time! ;)
6) Guided bike tour
A really very nice ride is to discover this beautiful city by bike! Each group goes at their own pace and the circuit can be between 6 and 10 km depending on the pace. So nothing bad and it gives you a good overview of Barcelona.
on this bike ride through Barcelona. I created an article to introduce this ride so much that I loved it: Guided Bike Tour of Barcelona.
7) An address to sleep in?
If you are looking for a hosting address, I can only advise you to take a look at the list of excellent addresses that internet users have communicated to me. "Where to stay in Barcelona".
8) Guided visit to the Picasso museum
An experienced and specialized guide takes you along the track of Pablo Picasso. During the Tour, the guide will take you through places such as the famous Els Quatre Gats Café and Avinyó Street, where the artist lived and worked.
Your guide will share with you information about the fascinating life and career of Picasso. Also, the guide will take you to the Picasso Museum where you can stroll at your leisure after the tour. for the skip-the-line ticket.
Do you want to take a guided tour of the Picasso Museum + Gothic Quarter with a guide? .
9) Ticket to discover Barcelona by bus
I advise you to take the blue road, because you will be able to pass in front of the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, which will allow you to make a nice bus trip and beautiful visits. You can opt for this ticket, which I find very interesting, the blue bus + Sagrada Familia skip-the-line pass, or the blue pass + Parc Güell skip-the-line.
And here the link only for the bus. Through these tickets you get on the bus directly, you only scan the ticket that you receive by email (you just have to print it or have it on your phone).
Well, this is where the article ends, I hope it has allowed you to facilitate your program for your stay in Barcelona!
Before jumping into the article, here is my guide to Barcelona to receive free and now in your mailbox. There you will find the map of the visits to be made and you will know where to party in Barcelona. Do not hesitate, it is cadeau, And it gets delivered directly to your mailbox! I also added the Gaudí circuit: Palazzo Güell, Casa Calvet, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà “La Pedrera”.
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