3h | Sagrada Familia with Tickets Entrance
Discover the jewels of Barcelona, we take care of your Entrance to Sagrada Familia
2h eBike Tour + 1h Visit Sagrada Familia
From Old Town to Sagrada Familia you will see the mosts iconic buildings of the Catalan Modernism.
This eBike Tour is available all year.
This eBike Tour is conducted in English.
* To enjoy this experience in your language, visit our Private Tour
1. The Cathedral
2. Paseo de Gracia
3. Casa Batlló (Gaudi Building)
4. La Pedrera (Gaudí Building)
5. Sagrada Familia (Entrance incl.)
6. Arc de Triomf
7. Ciutadella Park
8. Santa Maria del Mar
Meeting Point: E-Bike Rent Shop
Carrer de Cervantes, 5 (Gothic District)
Entrance Sagrada Familia + Audioguide
This eBike Tour includes Entrance to the Temple and Audioguide in your own language!
6-8 People each Guide to guarantee a Premium
All over the world, Barcelona is famous for having been a vibrant center of art and culture during the 20th Century. In particular, Catalan Modernism was born here, an artistic current which influenced architecture, sculpture, music, literature and art.
Our route has the goal to bring you to discover the traces left by this amazing historical period in the city, symbolized by the great architect Antoni Gaudí and his masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. Between our electric bike tours, we propose an e-bike tour where a guide will give you a strolling tour by bike through the city to culminate in front of the Sagrada Familia. Here you will get access to the temple for the inside tour of the Cathedral and its premises (School building and the Gaudí Museum). Inside you can take the tour at your own pace, following the written extensive explanation, or you can enrich your experience choosing an audioguide in your own language to enjoy at full the Antonio Gaudi’s masterpiece and its artistic legacy.
The Visit inside takes about one hour. At the end, your guide will be outside waiting for you to bring you back to the departure point safely and happy!
The Gothic Quarter is the oldest nucleus of the city and its historical center. The structure of the neighborhood remained intact until the 20th century. For the Universal Exhibition in 1888, this neighborhood was transformed into Gothic Style. It means that some buildings are not originally from this period.
As its name suggests, in Catalan means the place for hosted tournaments and jousting matches during the medieval time. It preserves the medieval flavour, with small streets, artisanal and local shops. A vibrant area, teeming with terraces, modern bars and Restaurants to eat tapas and traditional catalan food.
Eixample means Extenison. Until 1860 Barcelona was surrounded by Medieval Walls. The
population lived asfixed by the walls and it was necessary to expand the city. The Extension Plan was designed by Ildefonso Cerdà Its grid-like layout and blocks with chamfered corners have made it an iconic symbol of Barcelona and the subject of study around the world. With the Industrial Revolution appears ·"The "Bourgeoisie" and with it, "The Catalan Modernism" where we can see the most iconic buildings around the Eixample, including the Antonio Gaudi masterpieces; Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Sagrada Familia.
Sagrada Familia Entrance with
Audioguide in your language
Friendly expert Barcelona Guide
Barcelona Local Tips
Side Bag if you need it
Baby Seat (Up to 25kg)
It doesn´t exists Skip The Line entrances to Sagrada Familia. Tickets have a check in time
that guarantees a quick and agile acces to the Temple. That´s why is important to be on time.
The Entrance to the Temple are 90min. after the start of the Tour.
The tour inside the temple is done following the indications of the Audioguide. If you have
some questions you can ask to the different staff during your visit.
YOU NEED TO KNOW
Your Guide cannot go inside to the Temple with the group. It will be waiting for you
outside with the eBikes.
We have comfortable E-Bikes suitable for all sizes.
Also we have Junior E-Bikes, Trailer and Child Seat.
Participants need to have enough ability to ride a Bike safely around the city.
Comfortable shoes and clothing. We don´t recommend using flip flops
In springtime and autumn a jacket is need it. In summer sunglasses & sunscreen.
No hats are allowed inside the nave or the museum except for religious, health or belief-related reasons.
Visitors may not enter barefoot.
As it is a Catholic church, visitors must dress appropriately, following these restrictions:
- No see-through clothing.
- Tops must cover the shoulders.
- Trousers and skirts must come down to at least mid-thigh.
- Visitors may not enter in swimwear.
- Visitors will not be allowed to enter wearing special clothing to celebrate any sort of festivities, nor with any decorations designed to distract or draw attention for artistic, religious, promotional or any other purposes.