- Casa Batlló (interior)
- Casa Milà (exterior)
- 3 hours with a PhD or MA-level guide
- Skip-the-line tickets into Casa Batlló
Is this tour walking intensive, and/or wheelchair accessible?
We do cover extensive territory on this tour. The interior of Casa Batlló is wheelchair-accessible, and there are also wheelchairs onsite for rental. Please contact us with any questions. We will be happy to advise if this tour will be appropriate for you, and we can also design a private, customized tour for visitors with mobility concerns.
Is this tour appropriate for children?
For young children (ages 3-12) we recommend our shorter Gaudi Tour for Kids, which is led by experts specially trained in educating children.
A native of Ireland, Killian has a master's in archaeology from the National University of Ireland, Galway and a doctorate (PhD) in archaeology from University College Dublin, Ireland. Killian is a former fellow at the University of Barcelona, where he moved to in 2011. His area of specialism is prehistoric archaeology - hunter-gatherers, and early farming (Neolithic) communities. Killian also has a broad interest in more ‘recent’ history and archaeology, from the Roman, medieval, and modern periods, in particular the evolution of urbanism and cities, and the interplay between town and country life.
Inés T is a truly creative and well-travelled global individual with passion for people, culture, design and it's creative process, in particular in jewelery and photography. She is native bilingual Spanish - German, speaks Catalan, English, French and Italian, has lived and worked in a number of European countries, first as manager in the high tech industry, later as goldsmith and more recently as a photographer. Inés currently lives and works in Barcelona where she graduated from a prestigious Art & Design Academy. She provides personal tours with a unique perspective of Barcelona where she grew up, near Park Güell. Being aware of different cultures and customs she will bring the city and its local habits, curiosities and uniqueness, very close to the curious traveller.
Miguel loves portraying Barcelona, its amazing history, traditions, gastronomy and diverse cultures through story-telling. He holds a Masters in Journalism (Barcelona/NYC) and his work has been featured in various continents. As a musician, he has performed around the city and also has a strong background in presenting events and working with non-profit international cultural programs. Miguel is fluent in Catalan, which he learned on-the-spot after moving in from Portugal, as well as in Spanish. An experienced guide in and around Barcelona, he is fascinated about peeling back the layers of his city and region.
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