8 tips to visit Casa Batlló with children and enjoy it to the fullest.

Barcelona with kids

I am José Gómez, a full time licensed guide and  father of 2 little ones who love to discover exciting things about Barcelona.

I have guided to hundreds of families with children through this monument.

Children really enjoy  Antonio Gaudí´s buildings and Casa 

Batlló is one of his most original works.

Why children love Casa Batllo by Gaudi?

  • They love all colors, shapes and fantastic shapes  that are present in this gem by Gaudi.
  • There is the representation of a big dragon on the roof. Children want to know why?.. and of course, there is a reason. During my guided tour I will explaint you why.
  • Inside the house is like an underwater world: marine turtles, wavy windows and different types of blues give the impression that we are exploring a new world.
If you want to have a real experience, I recommend you a guided tour.

I would like to be your guide in La Casa Batllo.
I provide a tour where we will visit gem and also the outside of others amazing houses as: La Pedrera, La Casa Amatller, and Casa Lleó i Morera.

Price:110 € per groupe (up 9 people)
Duration:1h20 
Price does not include tickes: 
adult €36, students €29 and free under 12 years old

Here you can read some opinions of some participants in my guided tour

Some tips to visit Casa Batlló with children and enjoy it to the fullest:

I am going to give you 8 tips to visit Casa Batlló with children and enjoy it to the fullest:

1. Before entering, stand on the opposite sidewalk, from where you can enjoy an excellent view of the facade.

On the roof you will see a large stretched dragon with his scales. The façade is inspired by the legend of Saint George who saved a princess fighting a terrible dragon.

Casa Batllo with children
Casa Batllo with children

2. Buy tickets in advance and on the official site as there are some web portals that charge you an extra commission.

3. Make your visit first thing in the morning. You will enjoy it much more.

Inside the Casa Batlló the corridors are narrow and when many people gather, the little ones can become overwhelmed and lose interest in the visit.

4. When entering, let the children go first and leave them set the pace.

The whole house is a great surprise and when we go from one room to another. Little ones love to discover all these items and show us.

5. As you go up to the attic, you will see a transparent glass on the landings that when looking through them gives us the feeling that we are diving.

Guided tour Casa Batllo
Guided tour Casa Batllo

Gaudí was inspired to decorate the interior of the house in an underwater world.

6. When we reach the attic, a white spiral staircase awaits us that goes up to the roof. Children enjoy this spiral stairs because they do not know what they will find at the end. It leads to the roof.

7. From the roof you enjoy a magnificent view of the city and you can touch the back of the dragon!

The roof of Casa Batllo
The roof of Casa Batllo

8. Learn a little about the history and most remarkable points of Casa Batlló.

In this way, you can explain things to  children and together you will enjoy the experience much more.

You can find information in all the travel guides. The monument has audio guides, but sometimes you get lost between the buttons and the headphones.

And also… .you have me… .I would love to be your guide! 🙂

If you want to have a real experience, I recommend you a guided tour.

I would like to be your guide in La Casa Batllo.
I provide a tour where we will visit gem and also the outside of others amazing houses as: La Pedrera, La Casa Amatller, and Casa Lleó i Morera.

Price:110 € per groupe (up 9 people)
Duration:1h20 
Price does not include tickes: 
adult €36, students €29 and free under 12 years old

Here you can read some opinions of some participants in my visits.

If you want to know about my guided tours, click here.


If you want more information you can listen to the podcast I dedicated to visiting La Casa Batlló with kids.

A Premium tapas tour in Barcelona

premium tapas tour in Barcelona

Private tapas tour in Barcelona

Do you want to try the best tapas in Barcelona?
Don’t know what tapas to order?

If you continue reading I will explain you the best way to enjoy tapas in Barcelona.

Who I am?

I am José Gómez, licensed guide of Barcelona and a foody.

After studying 3 years of cooking, I have travelled to many countries discovering world gastronomy
I have worked in restaurants with Michelin stars and I am in love with Spanish cuisine.
Since 2009, I provide private guided tours to discover Barcelona.

I organise a tapas tour.
We will visit 2 of the best tapas restaurants in Barcelona.

You will enjoy with some delicious tapas.
I will explain you many interesting things about Spanish gastronomy.
Susan and her friends tasting a sangría

Why to choose this tapas tour in Barcelona?

  • You will visit 2 of the best tapas restaurants in Barcelona. ​​you just have to enjoy.
  • I will explain you the best spanish tapas
  • I will tell you everything about tapas: what ingredients they have and how to cook them.
  • I speak perfect english and I have also been licensed guide in Barcelona since 2009. A sign of guaranteed.

What will we do during the tour

  • The meeting point is 5-10 minutes from our first restaurant. There is a nice walk where I will show interesting sites.
  • In the restaurant I will explain you many  things about tapas and spanish food  and you will taste the most delicious tapas.
  • The second restaurant is about 10 minutes away. We will enjoy a pleasant walk through modernist buildings.
    In the second restaurant, in addition to tapas, you will taste some traditional desserts.

Price

  • €145 per group of up to 6 people. Ask me for a quote for a larger group.
  • The price does not include tapas ( around €7 each tapa). The average price for tapas and drinks it is around €35-40 per person.
  • The tour lasts 2 hours

What are tapas called in Barcelona 

They are small portion of food that are eaten as an appetizer. They are usually accompanied by a drink.

Spain is the place where you can taste the best tapas because it is, its origin.

Spaniards do not eat tapas daily, just sometimes: week ends or holiday. This is as social event where people enjoy together drinking and eating.

My favorite tapas

I love cooking and the photos that I show you are tapas that I have cooked myself.
Here are some of the classics:

Croquetas

They are prepared from a bechamel sauce or a white sauce and they are delicious.

They are stuffed with: ham or cod or vegetables, mushrooms..

and then coated in flour, egg and breadcrumbs. They are fried with very hot olive oil.

Croquetas
Croquetas stuff with cod

Jamón y pan con tomate

This is cured ham with bread rub with tomato and a splash of extra virgin olive oil.
In Spain, cured ham is more than a food. It is linked to the great celebrations.
Kids love it. At Christmas I buy a leg of ham and all the children in the family gather around the leg while I cut it into very thin slices.
We catalans love bread rubbed with tomato and olive oil. We also add a few grains of salt.

jamón
Jamón or cured ham with “pan con tomate”

Berenjenas con miel

This is aubergines with honey.
A simple but very tasty dish. Aubergines are couted in flaur and fried.

Berengenas con miel
Berenjenas con miel or auberginies with honey

Pimientos del Padrón.

They are green peppers from a village called Padron.

Padrón is a small town located in the north of Spain.
Small green peppers fried on a pan and with a few grains of salt. They are tender and very tasty.
They are a classic, you will find them in almost all tapas restaurants in Barcelona.

Pimientos del padrón
Pimientos del Padrón

Salmorejo


It is a cold cream. Typical of southern Spain. It is prepared from tomato, bread, oil, salt and vinegar.
It is eaten with a spoon and is accompanied with pieces of ham and vegetables.
It reminds me of my childhood when I spent the summers in Andalusia, a region located in the south of Spain, and my aunts always prepared me a delicious salmorejo.

Salmorejo
Salmorejo

Vocabulary for ordering tapas

The menu of restaurants in Barcelona are not usually translated into english and are also full of words that only locals understand.


No problem! If you continue reading I am going to explain you some important words that you will find on the menus of tapas restaurants in Barcelona.

Ración: It is a normal size plate:A person with a plate can have a meal.

Media ración: It’s half a serving, for those who do not have much appetite.

Montadito: It is a type of typical tapa of the Spanish Basque Country. It consists of a slice of bread with something delicious on top..

Flauta: It is a narrow mini baguette. The best ones are the ones with Iberian ham.

Del día: in almost all the bars and restaurants they have tapas of the day. They are tapas prepared with very fresh products that the chef finds in the food market.

And for drink


Wine, beer, cava and… why not? a refreshing and funny sangria…
Spain is a producer of excellent wines and cava.
Cava is a sparkling wine of an excellent quality.
I recommend you try the “tinto de verano” or a sangria.
During the guided tour I will explain you many things about our traditional drinks.

I provide many private tours to discover Barcelona.

If you want to visi La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Picasso Museum, the Medieval area, Gothic Quarter, Gaudi´houses… and more.

You can have a look at my tours here:

The Shadow of the Wind tour

The shadow of the wind tour

The Cemetery of Forgotten Books tour.

Would you like to know the places where the Shadow of the Wind runs in Barcelona?

I am going to show you some of the most emblematic places of the bestseller by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.

I remember the first time I read this book, it blew me away.
The novel takes place in the Barcelona of 1945, a city marked by a recent Civil War.

I am a full time licensed guide of Barcelona.
I organice "The Shadow of the Wind" tour.

if you love this book, you will enjoy this tour.
The tour last 2 hours and the price is €145 for up 9 people.

Let me explain to you some of the places mentioned in the book “The Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruíz Zafón.

The House of Daniel Sampere

The protagonist of the novel is Daniel who lives with his father  in a modest apartment on Calle Santa Ana.

Daniel house
Daniel live with his father in a modest apartment and they run a book shop


Daniel’s father owns a bookstore on the ground floor of the building and Daniel helps his father in the family business.


Today there is an old hat shop.
The wooden decoration of the establishment stands out.
Calle de Santa Ana connects Las Ramblas in Barcelona with the commercial street of La Puerta del Angel.
It is a very ancient  street where you can admire some beautiful buildings from the 19th century.

The Church of Santa Ana


It is located next to the Sampere store and it is where Daniel will marry Bea.

Santa Ana church
Santa Ana church


The church can be visited, it has a beautiful cloister and it is surprising how a Gothic construction is surrounded by many modern buildings.

The Rambla de Santa Monica


In a hidden corner of the Ramblas is the “Cemetery of Forgotten Books”.
A secret place
.

Las Ramblas de Barcelona
La Rambla de Santa Monica in Barcelona

A temple of the books where Daniel will have his first encounter with the book “The Shadow of the Wind”.

The 4 cats

It was the bar where Daniel meets Gustavo Barceló for the first time.
Barceló is a book lover and he will help Daniel to understand better  “The Shadow of the Wind” and his author.

The 4 Gats

Els 4 Gats was the center of artistic life in Barcelona at the end of the 19th century.

All the great artists of that time passed through the place.
Picasso held his first exhibition and did some drawing to earn a little money,
Today you can see the menu that the young artist designed for the bar.

The Ateneo

After his first meeting in the 4 gats, Gustavo Barceló quotes Daniel at the Ateneo.

There the young man will meet Clara, Barceló’s blind niece.

Ateneo in Barcelona
Ateneo. Today it is a shop to learn how to become in a writer.


Today the Ateneo is one of the most important places in the literary world of the city.

They do studies and workshps  to learn how to write. The teachers are established writers.

La Plaza Real

Gustavo Barceló lived together with his niece in a stately apartment in the Plaza Real.

La Plaza Real in Barcelona
La Plaza Real where Daniel met Fermin for the first time.


Although today the square has a slightly decadent touch, it was one of the most luxurious places in Barcelona in the 19th century.
Surrounded by elegant arches, the two lampposts designed by the young Gaudí stand out.

Montcada Street


It is where the hospice where Daniel and Fermín go to speak with Jacinta Coronado.

Montcada street is full of magnificent houses from XII century.


Today there are several museums, art museums, tapas bars, original shops, patisseries and even flamenco concerts.

Xampanyet


The bar where Fermín and Daniel happily go to eat something and drink sparkling wine after talking with Jacinta.

Montjuïc hill

There is a military casttle where theyexecuted Clara’s father.
Also it is located  the city cemetery, where Daniel’s mother is buried.

Montjuïn hill


The book describes the mountain as a place of pain and repression, although today it is a happy place full of parks, museums, and friendly bars.

It is the place where the 1992 Olympic Games were held

Sant Felip Neri Square


Daniel goes to visit Nuria Montfort. The young woman lives in this small square in the heart of the Gothic Quarter.

Sant Felip Neri Square

Today it is a very charming square.

Woody Allen among other directors have portrayed her in her films.

I provide other tours in Barcelona:

Private guided tours in Barcelona with José

Guided tour of Barcelona in english

I am José and I provide private guided tours of Barcelona since 2009.

Do you want to live a unique moment with your love ones? This is my goal

Thousands of people have enjoyed Barcelona on my tours.

A private guided tour is a unique experience. 
A gift for you and the people accompanying you on your trip.

You will have an english speaking guide just for you.

4 hours guided tours in Barcelona

Gaudi and Modernism tour

How was Gaudi?

Why do thousands of people come to Barcelona every day to visit his works?

La Pedrera by Gaudi
Gaudi walking tour

Why choose this guided tour?

  • You will learn about Gaudí’s life and his work.
  • You will visit four of his most important works. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • You will discover the hidden symbols and lot of  stories about his works and his life.
  • This is a private tour in english. The tour  adapts to you.
  • José is a licensed guide of Catalonia, which means that you can benefit from skip-the-line entry to the monuments.

How is the visit going?

  • First, we will visit the Sagrada Familia.
  • Then we will go to Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera.
  • We will discover La Casa Batlló and after, we will go with taxi to Park Güell.

What does the guided tour include?

  • Sagrada Familia with its 3 facades: Nativity, Glory and Passion.
  • The Sculptures on the facades
  • The interior of the basilica with its colors and its pillars. The interior is like a big forest!
  • The museum with Gaudi’s models, photos of him and his work and the incredible model upside down!
  • You will also discover: Passeig de Gràcia, Manzana de la Discordia, Casa Batlló, Casa Amatller, Casa Lleó I Morera, La Pedrera
  • At Parc Güell you will enjoy: The Gaudi Bench with its original and multicolored ceramic., The famous Salamander, the exterior of the house where Gaudi lived for 20 years, the original bridges that look like caves.
  • We will visit the interior and exterior of “La Sagrada Familia” and “Park Güell” and the exterior of the rest of the houses.

Price

250 € per group up to 6 people. This is a private four hours tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.

The price does not include tickets or transport.

  Tickets:
- La Sagrada Familia: adult € 26
- Park Güell: € 10 
We will take two taxis (around €10 par taxi)

3 hour guided tours in Barcelona

Guided tour of La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell

Do you want to enjoy two of Gaudí’s most important works?

Sagrada Familia and Park Güell tour
Sagrada Familia and Park Güell tour

Why choose this guided tour?

  • Both sites are classified by Unesco World Heritage.
  • You will learn about hidden symbols and stories about La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell.
  • José is a licensed guide of Catalonia, which means that you can skip-the-line to the monuments.

How is the visit going?

  • The tour starts at La Sagrada Familia.
  • We are going to visit this emblematic monument of Barcelona and Gaudi’s dream.
  • Then we will go to Park Güell, another icon of the city.

What does the guided tour include?

  • Sagrada Familia with its 3 facades and sculptures, the interior of the church, the museum with Gaudi’s models.
  • Park Güell: the Salamander, Gaudi bench with its amazing and colored ceramic, the exterior of the house where Gaudi lived and lot of hidden corners.

Price

195  per group up to 6 people. This is a private tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.
The tour last 3 hours

The price does not include tickets or transport.
Tickets:
- La Sagrada Familia: adult € 26
- Park Güell: € 10 
We will take one taxi (around €10 par taxi)

Picasso Museum the Gothic Quarter tour

Do you want to understand Picasso and his work better?

Picasso tour in Barcelona
Picasso tour in Barcelona

Why choose this guided tour?

  • We will explain to you Picasso evolution from he was a child until the last years of his life.
  • You will discover the oldest part of Barcelona, the origin of the city.
  • This is a private tour with a licensed tour guide.

How is the visit going?

  • We will enter to The Picasso Museum.
  • You will enjoy with some of his work: Las Meninas, The pigeons, his pottery and some works from his youth.

The visit lasts about 50 minutes and after we will have a walk around the historical center of the city : the Gothic and Born area.

What does the guided tour include?

  • The Picasso Museum, the charming Born and Gothic area.

Price

€ 195  per group up to 6 people. This is a private tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.
The tour last 3 hours

The price does not include tickets.
Tickets:
- Picasso Museum: adult € 12

Amazing Barcelona History tour

Do you want to know the history of the city in a fun way?

This is your tour

In 3 hours you will travel through 2,000 years of history.

Barcelona History tour
Barcelona History tour

Why choose this guided tour?

  • You will know the history of Barcelona in a fun way.
  • you will see many places that it would be difficult to see for yourself
  • This is a private tour with a licensed tour guide.

What does the guided tour include?

  • The “Eixample” it was an extension of the city carry out in the XIX century.
  • “La Pedrera” and “Casa Batlló” by Gaudi.
  • The luxurious Paseo de Gracia with its modernist houses and other houses of other important architects of the 20th century.
    Plaza de Catalunya
  • The medieval Barcelona with its Gothic palaces, its charming squares,
  • The Roman walls, the exterior of the 12th-century Cathedral and many surprises.
€ 195  per group up to 6 people. This is a private tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.
The tour last 3 hours

You will visit the exterieur of the monuments.

2 hour Barcelona guided tours

Barcelona at a glance tour

Are you a new comer? This is your tour

A first impression of all that this incredible city can offer to you.

Barcelona highlights tour

Why choose this guided tour?

  • A general view of the city.
  • You will visit some of the city’s most iconic sites.
  • You will see the beautiful exteriors of some Gaudi buildings like “Casa Batlló” and “La Pedrera”..

How is the visit going?

  • The tour begins at Passeig de Gràcia is the most upmarket street in town.
  • Then we will go to the Gothic Quarter and the historic center of Barcelona. Here you can admire remains from Roman and medieval eras.

What does the guided tour include?

  • Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Batlló, Casa Amatller, Casa Lleó I Morera, Gaudi’s La Pedrera, Plaza de Catalunya, the Gothic Quarter, the Cathedral (exterior).

Price:

145  per group up to 6 people. This is a private tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.
The tour last 2 hours

An amazing tapas tour

Are you a foodie?

Do you want to try the best tapas in Barcelona?

Tapas tour in Barcelona
Tapas tour in Barcelona

Why choose this guided tour?

  • You will taste some of the best spanish tapas
  • We will visit 2 of the best tapas restaurants in Barcelona
  • You will learn lot of interesting things about spanish cuisine, celebrations related to food and how to prepare some tapas.

How is the visit going?

  • The meeting point is 5 minutes walking from the first restaurant. I will show you one of the most luxurious areas of Barcelona: the Eixample.
  • In the first restaurant I will explain you which are the most delicious tapas in spain, and of course, you will taste them
  • The second restaurant is around 10 minutes walking , you will enjoy of a charming area.
  • In the second restaurant you will enjoy of tapas and also desserts. You will taste the traditional spanish desserts.

Price:

145  per group up to 6 people. This is a private tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.

The price does not include tapas and drinks: around €35 per person.
The tour last 2 hours.

the tour is not adapted to people with food allergies

Sagrada Familia tour

We will visit La Sagrada Familia, the dream of Antonio Gaudí

Sagrada Familia tour
Sagrada Familia tour

Why choose this guided tour?

  • You will learn everything about Gaudi and La Sagrada Familia.
  • La Sagrada Familia is classified by Unesco World Heritage Site.
  • You will discover the hidden symbols and lot of stories about La Sagrada Familia and Gaudi.
  • José is a licensed guide of Catalonia, which means that you can benefit from skip-the-line.

What does the guided tour include?

  • The interior and exterior of the basilica.
  • The interior of the basilica with its colors and its pillars.
  • The museum with Gaudi’s models.

Price:

110  per group up to 6 people. This is a private tour.
If you are more than 6 people I can send you a quote.

The tour last 1h20m

The price does not include tickets
 Tickets:
- La Sagrada Familia: adult € 26

Do you need a hand to organize your stay in Barcelona?

If you are planning your trip to Barcelona and you do not know the city, you will surely have doubts.

You can leave me a message in this article with your question and I will answer you with pleasure.

If you have any doubts about which public transport tickets to buy, whether your hotel is well located, where to buy tickets for the monuments, what activities to do with the children …

Please do not hesitate to leave us a message.

José wants to be your man you can trust in Barcelona.

The 10 mistakes you should avoid if you travel with children

To travel with children can be a lot of fun or  a nightmare, if you don’t take into account some details.
On this post I am going to give you 10 tips to make your trip an exciting experience for the whole family.

I am José Gómez, a Licensed Guide from Barcelona and father of two kids.

Do you want to learn about my tours? Click here.

I have been organized guided tours for families with their little ones for years, that has given me a lot of experience of what mistakes to avoid if your travel with children. Also my trips with my family  has taught me a lot about this subject.

If you continue reading I am going to give you some tips that will surely be great for you when planning your trip with children.

1. Make a good planning of the places you want to visit, how we are going to get around, where we are going to eat …

A good organization will avoid surprises… to lose a lot of time in queues, in restaurants or get lost when traveling. Children do not like these kind of situations and they can begin to get tired.

2. Prepare a backpack with water, food and some candies (cookies, chocolate or similar).

Little ones usually get hungry or thirsty at the most inopportune time and they also need to satisfy their need quickly.

Sometimes it is difficult to find a store to buy them something, also if we are in the city center,  it is usually expensive. 

3. Avoid restaurants where you think you will have waiting for a long time.

Children are often very overwhelmed waiting in restaurants and more if they are hungry.

If you cannot find any restaurant, it is better to eat a sandwich and continue your visit.

4. Avoid walking too long.
Walking for many children is simply a necessary act of getting around and they find no pleasure in it.
If they notice that they are walking too much they often begin to complain of foot pain or that they are tired.

5. When visiting monuments:
-Do it first thing in the morning. Children are usually more receptive, also you will avoid large crowds and the hottest hours.

-Take  tickets in advance. You will avoid the unpleasant surprise that  tickets have sold out.

-Make short visits. Think that it is difficult for children to hold their attention for more than 50 minutes.

6. Negotiation is essential.
In times of crisis, make them understand that later we will go to the park or to the pool, it usually works. Offering them some chocolate also usually works (although from my own experience it does not always work).

7. Have parks and swimming pools located.

They are places where the little ones enjoy a lot. They will eliminate tension and let their imagination run wild.

8. Choose centrally located accommodation to avoid spending a lot of time getting around the city


9. “It is better to do little well than a great deal badly.”


If we want to do a lot of things in a row, we may feel frustrated and not be able to enjoy the opportunity to spend time together.

10. It is important to change the “chip” and be aware that our new reality is now “slow”.

Now I enjoy my travels in another way: I love seeing the expressions of my children when discovering new things … seeing those faces of surprise and excitement for me is wonderful. Traveling with an infant could be very fun!

If you want to visit Barcelona. I would love to be your guide!

I provide tours to discover this amazing city. They are tours for the whole family, not just for kids. I adapt my tours to the little ones and adults.

4 tips to visit La Sagrada Familia with children and spend an exciting time together

Children love La Sagrada Familia.

In all these years that I have been working as a guide I have seen many families with their little ones enjoying a lot discovering this wonder by the brilliant architect Antoni Gaudí.

My name is José, and I am licensed guide of Barcelone. If you want to learn more abour my tours, click here.

It is the most visited monument in Spain and an essential visit if you come to Barcelona.

In this post I am going to give you 4 important tips to visit it with children and enjoy it to the fullest.

1. Buy tickets in advance (it is very important)

The access to the interior is limited and if you want to buy the tickets on the same day of the visit they will surely be sold out.

Buy tickets on the official site of La Sagrada Familia. There are some sites that sell them, but they charge an extra commission.

The ticket price is: € 26 for adults, € 24 for students and € 22 for seniors. Free for children under 12 years old.

2. Visit it early in the morning. (doors open at 9:00)

I know what you are thinking … that we are on holidays and we want to sleep! but if you continue reading, I will explain below why it is so worth going to La Sagrada Familia  soon.

You will avoid the hottest hours that in the summer months can be very overwhelming. Our goal is to carry out the activity in such a way that our little ones feel as comfortable as possible.
You will also  avoid the large queues to access the venue that usually form from mid-morning.

3.Plan well how to get there.

There are two metro lines that reach the monument (the blue and the purple lines). The stop is called “Sagrada Familia”

If you have a bad combination to get there by public transport, I recommend you take a taxi. Traveling by taxi in Barcelona is quite affordable. It is essential to have a good start and that the children do not arrive tired and overwhelmed by the rush and subway transfers.

4. Prepare the visit, you will enjoy it much more.

You can use a travel guide will tell you about the most important stuff: history, symbols and anecdotes about La Sagrada Familia.

La Sagrada Familia also has audio guides that you can use. They are a good option, although the little ones find them a bit difficult since they tend to get confused with the numbers and the explanations.

and you also have me :-). I would love to be your guide. My guided tour to La Sagrada Familia is a private tour, just for you and although it is not a visit only for children I adapt it to the little ones and adults, so that they can also enjoy it to the fullest.

The price of the tour is €110 par groupe (up 9 people).  
Tickets are not included :€26 adult, €24 student and €22 seniors. Free for less 12 years old.

The visit lasts 1h20 and as I am a licensed guide you will avoid the long lines.

I encourage you to visit this marvelous place you will surely love it.