Exclusive Barcelona full-day tour for distinguished visitors

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Quick uniformed access to the most visited attractions in the iconic city of Barcelona on a comprehensive eight-hour catered tour of Europe’s premier urban beach metropolis in the comfort of a private vehicle containing one fully licensed city historian. Flexible timing on a journey designed to gather all of the recognized photographic opportunities alongside a knowledgable overview of the city’s historical value in one fell swoop. An iconic tour tuned to taste for the short-stay visitor via a prompt morning start or stunning sunset finale wrapped in a well-scheduled summarising tour of sunny Spanish Mediterranean Barcelona.

8 hours

Points of Interest

Barri Gotic
Sagrada Familia


Private vehicle with chauffeur
Certified guide in the chosen language
Sagrada Familia entrance
Park Güell entrance
Traditional local lunch service


Sagrada Familia Park Guell
Casa Batlló Casa Milà
Plaça de Catalunya Las Ramblas
Plaça de Sant Jaume Plaça del Rei
El Call Cathedral of Barcelona
Barri Borne Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar
Montjuïc Mirador de l'Alcalde

How it works


Available all year.
Flexible starting time.

Languages: English, Chinese, Russian, French, German, Italian, Japanese,

Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, Catalan and, Spanish.

If the desired language is not mentioned, please contact us directly under info@safejourneybarcelona.com.

Length: 8 hours
Private transportation throughout the tour.
Departure points:

Meet & greet by a personal guide at the location of choice.

Accessible for visitors with reduced mobility.
Book and pay online.
Access e-mailed voucher including detailed itinerary
Print voucher.
Exchange Point: At the chosen location, simply hand the voucher to the guide.
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Casa Batllo Barcelona

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La Pedrera Barcelona

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Placa Sant Jaume Barcelona

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Plaça Catalunya in Barcelona

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Placa del Rei Barcelona
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Santa Maria del Mar

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The Basilica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia
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The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia

Casa Batlló Originally Built as Family home for Mr. Josep Batlló Casanovas. Presently opening to visitors and hosting exclusive events. Construction: (1877). Renovation: (1904-1906). Location: Eixample. Architect: Emilio Sala Cortés (1877), Antoni Gaudi (1903-1906, renovation). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (2005).
La Pedrera (Casa Milà) Originally built as a Family home for Roser Segimon and Pere Mila. At present Headquarters of Fundacio Catanunya-La Pedrera. Functioning as an exhibition centre. Plus other public uses. Construction: (1906 -1912). Location: Eixample. Architect: Antoni Gaudi (1906 -1912). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (1984).
Montjuïc. Jewish mountain. Previously the site of several fortifications. Contains one remaining castle. The castle of Montjuïc. Plus buildings constructed to host the international exhibition in 1929. The Olympic games in 1992. Presently the FIRA. An important facility for international world conferencing and congress liaisons. Sites of Interest: Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys. Telecommunication Tower. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Funicular de Montjuic. Botanical Garden. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village). Font Magica Fountain.
Plaça Sant Jaume. Barcelona's political center practically since inception. Resides in the middle of the Gothic Quarter. The square itself contains two of the most iconic buildings in modern Catalan life. Namely the City Hall and Palau de la Generalitat. Location: Ciutat Vella. Constructed: (1823).
Placa de Catalunya. Originally designed as a connection point of Ciutat Vella and Eixample. Today Barcelona’s most central location. Construction: (1859-1927). Location: Ciutat Vella. Architect: Pere Falques. Puig I Casafalch and Francesc de Paula Nebot. Clara. Llimona (Sculptures).
Placa del Rei: Palau Reial Major. Former palace of the Catalan counts during 13th to 15th centuries. Predominantly designed in the Gothic style. Contains Visigothic and Romanesque elements within the structure. Location: Ciutat Vella.
The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. Or the Cathedral of La Ribera. The only surviving church containing architecture created in the pure Catalan Gothic style. Construction: (1329-1384). Location: Ciutat Vella. Architect: Berenguer de Montagut.
The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família: Construction: (start) 19 March 1883 – (expected completion) 2026. Location: Eixample district. Architects: Francisco de Paula del Villar (1882-1883). Antoni Gaudi (1883-1926). Domenec Sugranes (1926-1938). Francesc de Paula Quintana. Isidre Puig I Boada. Liuis Bonet I Gari (1938-1983). Francesc de Paula Cardoner I Blanch. Jordi Bonet I Armengol (1983-2012) The talented Jordi Fauli I Oller (2012- to present). Awarded: UNESCO World heritage site (1984).
The Cathedral de la Santa Creu I Santa Eulàlia. Dedicated to Barcelona's patron saint Santa Eulàlia who remains at rest in the crypt. Presently seat of the archbishop of Barcelona Lluis Martinez Sistach. A magnificent cathedral continually constructed over a period of six centuries. Location: Cuitat Vella. Construction: No records before 343. Architect: Josep O. Mestres (15th century drawing plans). Manuel Girona Agrafel (19th century). Manuel Girona Agrafel's Children (Finished project).

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