Salvador Dali Museum, Figueres and Cadaques Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona
Reviewed by: Elizabeth F, February 2016
Tour was wonderful thanks to the facinating museum, sight along the way and the wonderful tour guide we had. Our lunch stop in Cadaques was beautiful - gorgeous little town right on the water. The day flew by and it was worth every penny!
Reviewed by: Pop, United States of America, January 2016
It was another side of Dali, not often seen in Museums in the States. The jewelry was exquisite and found in a stand alone building. I definitely would suggest this tour to anybody who is interested in the art works of Dali as seen from another perspective!
Reviewed by: Mei-Po K, January 2016
Our tour guide Veronica was great, part of a tour company. Excellent English. Loved seeing both the museum and the city of Cadaques. The mountain/ocean views were beautiful.
Reviewed by: ansingleton, January 2016
Very good guide, knowledgeable and personable. The trip went smoothly even though two members of the group never stopped complaining.
Reviewed by: Linda G, January 2016
Excellent tour. Knowledgeable tour guide.
Reviewed by: bindytoo, January 2016
My wife and I had a great time. I think this was largely due to the guide. She was a pleasure. Very informative and really down to earth. I'm sure the other tourists felt the same.
Reviewed by: Patricia, January 2016
Excellent full-day tour out of Barcelona. First you're dropped off in the main square of Figueres and given tickets to the Dali Museum and his jewel museum as of 12/2015. You tour them on your own. Be sure to look up and all around, because the Dali Museum is whimsical. Pictures OK without flash.
Next you drive to Cadaques to either walk around town or have lunch. However, you'll be in Cadaques during siesta time when stores are closed. Skip the paella at the restaurant on the water. It's greasy and made with cheap fish. Even the bread is lousy..
In Cadaques, you'll be asked if you want to tour Dali's home in Port Lligat. You must pay the driver/guide in euros I think it's 11 euros pp, or 8 euros ID for seniors. He/she will get the tickets while you're at lunch.
Next, you travel to Port Lligat to tour his home and workshop stairs alert. It's a privilege and entirely worth the money to see it. Be sure to follow the signs to his whimsical swimming pool, even though Dali apparently swam in the Bay.