Explore Spain, France and Italy onboard the brand new Celebrity Beyond!
This luxurious hotel features a convenient location in Enric Granados street, just a few steps from Passeig de Gràcia, Ravine Catalunya and Diagonal Avenue.
It is around 14 kilometres from the airport and just 800 metres from the railway station, providing easy access to other beautiful areas of the region.
An authentic artistic treasure, this hotel features a beautiful collection of original works from popular artists such as Joan Miró or Miquel Barceló. The floors pay
homage to celebrated contemporary artists including Joan Miró, Antoni Tàpies and Andy Warhol. The onsite dining options include an exclusive outdoor terrace
where guests can sit back with a cocktail, and a restaurant serving delicious specialities.
Savour the real Barcelona with this delectable tapas walking tour. Try traditional pa amb tomaquet and contemporary appetisers with a glass of wine or beer in local bars well off the beaten track.
Mingle with the locals as you learn about the rough pasts of the Raval and Poble Sec districts, and immerse yourself in the city's vibrant evening atmosphere during this three-hour food adventure
through both these multicultural barrios.
There’s a glass of wine or local aperitif and tapa in each bar (about five are visited), or a soft drink for customers aged 14 to 17. The tour begins in the Raval, a once edgy and run-down area that has
undergone radical transformation and is now inhabited by an eclectic mixture of immigrants, young artists, trendy students and earthy locals. Go native with some delicious tapas in a traditional bodega
before continuing to a bar with a contemporary feel and then head across the Paral·lel with its theatres, music halls and cabarets, and entering the proudly working-class Poble Sec.
You won’t find many tourists in this neighbourhood, so you'll get a feel of how the locals really live. Stop at a Basque tavern for some pintxos and then visit a modern tapas joint, where you can choose
from a wide selection of local wines and highly elaborated tapas.
This tour is an excellent way to discover the real people’s Barcelona; you'll get to meet the locals, learn about the city’s history and culture, and delight in the discovery of new tastes, textures and aromas.
Save your precious time with our combined tour to Park Güell and Sagrada Familia!
• Enjoy Skip the Line access to the stunning Park Guell, where nature and architecture fit seamlessly together, to give shape to one of the world famous Gaudi masterpieces
• Visit the Sagrada Familia, a UNESCO-listed masterpiece of Catalan Modernist architecture, which showcases Gaudí at the peak of his talent
• Our trademark Skip the Line access means no waiting in the famously long lines, potentially saving you hours of time
• Your expert local English-speaking guide will enrich your visit with commentaries about Gaudì’s life and architecture
• A personal headset for Sagrada Tour is included so your guide can provide continuous commentary to enrich your experience.
• Limited groups of 25 people or fewer ensure you won’t feel lost in the crowd.
Explore the marvels of Gaudí’s creations as your guide will bring you back in time with the interesting stories about the early 20th century, when Gaudí was first commissioned for this project. Park Güell was originally meant to be a gated community for Barcelona’s wealthy inhabitants.The architectural design of his Park Güell seems nothing less than a natural consequence of his fixation with nature, which envelops every element of the park. Whether truly natural or constructed, the elements fit seamlessly and harmoniously together. Often the architecture, like the flora, seems to grow out of the ground!
After having marvelled at this unique site, and enjoyed a quick lunch on your own during free time, you are ready to visit the unique gem of Barcelona. The first time you see the Sagrada Familia, you’ll probably be unsure of what to make of it. With tall airy spires that seem to defy gravity and seemingly cartoonish artistic details, Gaudí’s most ambitious project challenges and stuns over 3 million visitors per year. Today, it’s the most visited building in Spain but the long lines here are of no concern as our tickets are pre-booked and we’ll step right inside. Your English-speaking local guide, an expert in all things Gaudí, will share stories and anecdotes that will help you get the most from your visit.
We’ll marvel at the two stunning completed façades and eight dizzying towers inspired by the peaks of Barcelona’s holy mountain Montserrat. After more than 100 years of tireless work, the façade is still under construction and it’s easy to appreciate why. Our guide will share tales of Gaudí’s love affair with his final work, how he considered the project his personal holy mission and the great personal sacrifices he made to ensure its completion. Sadly, he would not live to see it finished. Such was the complexity of the design that despite taking on the project at 31 years of age, Gaudí only lived to see the completion of one facade, one tower, the apse and the crypt.
You’ll feel as though you have stepped into an alternate universe. Gaudí’s characteristic dislike for straight lines will become disorientingly evident as we pass beneath rows and rows of tree-like pillars. Though construction is ongoing and not estimated to be completed until 2030, much of the Basilica can be visited today. The entrance fees collected from groups such as ours continue to ensure enough funding to see Gaudí’s dream through to completion. The Basilica was consecrated and declared a minor Basilica in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI.
Whether you have visited the Sagrada Familia already or this is your first time, this constantly evolving masterpiece will never fail to surprise and inspire you!
Park Guell Tour: Meet at 9:45am. Departs at 10am
Sagrada Familia Tour: Meet at 1:45pm. Departs at 2pm
You need to be dressed conservatively to get in to the churches, with the knees and shoulders covered.
Large bags/tripods/umbrellas/backpacks are not permitted and must be checked into the free luggage storage area. This may result in you leaving the tour early to retrieve them at the entrance.
Skip the Line Access and careful planning limit our crowd exposure, but please be aware that some locations may be unavoidably busy during standard hours.
Sun cream Hat Please bring a bottle of water. We suggest you wear comfortable clothes and shoes for the time of the year.
This amazingly situated, and stylishly décorated, hotel is conveniently located in Rome, Italy. Guests can enjoy a delicious meal with a well-needed drink in any of the several restaurants, cafes and bars.
Places that cannot be missed while being in town are the famous Trevi Fountain, the Coliseum and the Vatican Museum. The modern and sophisticated style of the rooms, along with their vibrant colours
and the essential facilities, are what travellers need after an exhausting day of exploring the city.
A visit to the Vatican Museums is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Along with Skip-the-Line Access to the Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica after the Sistine Chapel, you’ll discover the highlights in a relaxing way with less than 15 people and an art historian guide who will give you the Vatican story in just 3 hours.
- Follow your guide to the highlights of the Vatican Museums
- Examine the statues and artworks of the Pinecone Courtyard
- Stroll through the wonders in the Gallery of Tapestries, Candelabra and Maps
- Admire the Raphael Rooms created for the popes
- Soak up Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel
- Explore St. Peter’s Basilica and take in the marvels under the vaulted dome
From when you meet your passionate English-speaking guide at our partner entrance to when you step out into St. Peter’s Square 3 hours later, the Vatican story will fill your mind. The lines and crowds will fade away as you follow a path through the Vatican Museums. As your guide is an expert on the Vatican, they’ll be delighted to answer your questions, and you’ll always be able to hear them through your dedicated audio headsets.
The Vatican Museums are lengthy. Without a guide, many become overwhelmed by the sheer number of artworks. Your guide will lead you through the important rooms. In this way, you’ll get a big-picture view of the Vatican. The human story will stay with you. The clashes between the powerful popes and artists will give you a different perspective on the collection.
When you set foot in the Sistine Chapel, you’ll be so familiar with the Renaissance that you’ll recognize Michelangelo’s hand on your own. The guides respect the chapel as a holy place, so they stay quiet inside, but by then you’ll know what to look out for. All that you need to do is soak up the splendor and creativity.
Your guide is free to talk under the vaulted dome of St. Peter’s Basilica. After skipping the lines which stretch across St. Peter’s Square, you’ll explore the numerous architectural, religious and artistic marvels inside. While treasures like Bernini’s massive bronze altar and the dome are hard to miss, you’ll want to find Michelangelo’s Pietá and the rest of the basilica wonders.
Once you exit the Vatican into St. Peter’s Square, you’ll have soaked up countless book’s worth of information, centuries of Vatican history and Renaissance artworks in a 3 hour guided tour of one of the most interesting collections in the world.
Please note that due to the opening hours of the Basillica, for tours that start after 2:30pm the following information must be considered:
- From April until October, the tour will include a shorter guided tour of the Basilica. Your guide will take you inside and after a brief orientation tour, they will leave you free to continue your visit independently.
- From November until March, there won’t be a guided tour inside the Basilica, due to Basilica’s restrictions. Please be ensured that your guide will still be able to provide an explanation from the outside and you will be able to enter the Basilica independently.
In both cases, the duration of your tour will not be affected, as your guide will decide how to allocate the time between the Museums and the Basilica accordingly.
On Wednesdays, access to St. Peter’s Basilica and Square may be closed at the time of the morning tour due to the Papal Audience. On Wednesday mornings and afternoons St. Peter's Basilica may be closed to the public due to the Papal Audience taking place in Saint Peter’s Square. The Basilica is also subject to last minute closures for religious ceremonies. When this occurs, we will provide guests with an extended tour of the Vatican Museums, or appropriate alternative. While we undertake to tell guests beforehand if there are any planned disruptions to the Basilica's opening hours, this is not always possible. In these cases, we are unable to provide refunds or discounts.
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English Tours: At the bottom of the wide steps across the street from the entrance of the Vatican Museums. Between Caffè Vaticano and Hotel Alimandi Vaticano, on the corner of Viale Vaticano and Via Tunisi.
End point: Outside the Sistine Chapel.
Duration: 2.5-3 Hours
Guide type: Guide
Group size: 15 People
Please note that the maximum number of people permitted per activity is 15.
Clients that do not adhere to the dress code will not be permitted entry and we cannot be held responsible for entry denied due to improper dress.
We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or mobility impairments on our tours. We are also unable to accommodate pushchairs or strollers on our Tours.
Extra measures may be implemented at some venues due to heightened global security. We may experience delays in getting through mandatory security checks when entering these venues. Extra measures may also restrict the size of bags that can be brought inside. To avoid disruptions or possible denied entry, we suggest that you avoid bringing large purses, bags, or backpacks on your Tour.
The Vatican only permits very small bags, and specifically prohibits large bags, tripods, umbrellas, and backpacks. Any such items must be checked into the free luggage storage area which may result
On religious holidays or special events St. Peter's Basilica will not be accessible. Shoulders and knees must be covered, no low cut or sleeveless tops and no shorts are permitted. This applies to both men and women.
Please make sure you answer all the mandatory questions during the booking process.
Please be advised that the Vatican Museum requires the first name and last name of ALL travellers participating to this activity.
When making the reservation, customers must provide their full names and passport numbers.
Entrance into the Vatican is subject to a strict dress policy.
Due to security measures, you are required to bring and wear your own face mask in order to participate in this activity. If you do not have a mask, you will not be able to take part.
Please note that access will be denied to all those with a body temperature of 37.5° C or more.