Reviewer: Stephanie Sommers
We met Nuria right outside the boat. Some of it walking and some of it in the van. We had a few requests because we had been there before (this time w the kids) and she was able to accommodate. She was so funny, sweet, thoughtful. As we walked she shared historical facts & enjoyed the plaza feeding the pigeons. You don’t stop to eat so bring a snack and water to stay hydrated. The city is fabulous & has more than even a private tour could offer. But having her was a blessing. Highly recommend especially for the purpose of getting to see Segrada. Do not wait to buy passes for Segrada when you get there. They only sell so many per day and usually sell out prior to arrival (I heard that happened to a few people of the ship trying to go see it). If you have time after, you can purchase tickets for the hop on/off bus which is fabulous and it can take you to see the Castel and FCA Barcelona stadium (I would recommend paying to go inside for that too even if you aren’t a “soccer” futbol fan.