Montserrat Monastery and Sagrada Familia Combo Tour

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Activity provider: Amigo Tours Spain

Montserrat Monastery and Sagrada Familia Combo Tour

Activity provider: Amigo Tours Spain

From US$ 106.20 per person

Explore the Benedictine abbey of Montserrat Monastery and learn why it has been a site of pilgrimage for centuries. Then, return to Barcelona and explore the outside and inside of Antoni Gaudí's spectacular La Sagrada Familia.

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Duration 7 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English
Wheelchair accessible


  • Marvel at the Gothic and Renaissance architecture of Montserrat
  • Learn the history of Montserrat Monastery
  • Explore the symbolism of the Sagrada Familia
Full description
Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims and journey to Montserrat Monastery in the mountains of the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range. Enter the museum to see relics from Mesopotamia, Egypt and Palestine, and admire 13th to 18th-century paintings by Morales, El Greco and Caravaggio. See the beautiful atrium and sacristy of the Benedictine abbey, and get an appreciation for the singers and teachers through an explanatory audio visual demonstration. Get some free time back in Barcelona before your guided tour of La Sagrada Familia. Go inside the unfinished basilica and learn about the symbolism representing the Holy Family. 
  • Transportation to Montserrat Monastery in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Return transfer to Barcelona City Center
  • Bilingual guide
  • Ticket to Montserrat Museum
  • Ticket to La Sagrada Familia
  • Optional tips
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Food and drinks
  • Access to the towers of the Sagrada Familia
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments

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Meeting point

For the Montserrat Monastery tour, the guide will be waiting on the street of Passeig de Lluís Companys, 5 with a sign of Amigo Tours. You can arrive by the subway line L1 to the Arc de Triompf station. Once there, you will have to cross the park. The meeting point is on the opposite side of the arch monument. For the Sagrada Familia tour, meet your guide at 3:30 PM at the corner of Mallorca Street 416 Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the departure of both tours.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes

Know before you go

  • These are two different tours. When the tour to Montserrat finishes, you will have some free time on your own until 3:30 PM. You may also have different tour guides on each tour
  • It is recommended you do not carry big bags in order to facilitate access to the Sagrada Familia and reduce the time at the security control
  • The Sagrada Familia regulations state that children under the age of 11 will not receive a headset to listen to the guide
  • Proof of vaccination will be requested to access the cafeteria of the enclosure
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based on 28 reviews

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This tour was booked as a combo tour lasting 7 hours! Much to my dismay the visit to Sagrada was not until 3:30pm! I had gotten on the Monserrat tour at 6:45, got off at 11:30! I was thinking I would either stay on the same bus or at least be finished the Combo tour at 2:30 (7 hours). Little did I know I needed to catch the metro and the tour didn’t start until 3:30! I am physically disabled so this timing and the metro ride didn’t suit! Needless to say I wasn’t able to make the second portion of the Combo tour!

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September 27, 2019

A nice combination day trip

This excursion is a great way to catch two renowned churches, Monserrat and La Sagrada Família. However, Monserrat gets busy at the point where we were to meet with the Black Madonna which took a lot of our time to take in the rest of the beautiful site. As for the Sagrada Família, the 3 hour wait between excursions, the lack of transport to the church and the fact that we did not have “tower passes” made this part slightly less alluring. This said, La Sagrada Família is an amazing work of art and well worth visiting.

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July 11, 2019

Skilled guides who knew a lot and conveyed it well!

We had a great day packed with experiences! That the trip up to Montserrat started so early was very good. We skipped queues and we got to see the area in a calm that was lovely to feel. Only has 1 minus: The guide outside La Sagrada Familia didn't show any signs, so she disappeared in the crowd - and we were about to lose our tour. But she was also so skilled that we forgot our slightly hectic start. There is of course a lot to experience in one day, but it was that day in Barcelona that we remember best :-)

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August 17, 2017

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