Insight into an architectural genius
The man whose ostentatious, larger-than-life buildings define the aesthetic of Barcelona, was every bit as fascinating as his creations. Antoni Gaudi was a sickly child and a difficult and obstinate adult: a Catalan nationalist, a devout Christian and an architectural genius he was oft-criticised during his lifetime but celebrated with a state funeral upon his death in 1926.
Take this private tour of Gaudi’s work in Barcelona and your expert, English-speaking guide will reveal the stories not only behind the rich Modernista facades of La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo and La Pedrera – amongst others – but also the myths behind the man whose work became his obsession.
An unmissable guided tour that gives a real insight into Gaudi and the indelible legacy his vision left on the Catalan capital of Barcelona. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for prices and availability.