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Barcelona Tour Bus

Barcelona Tour Bus

Barcelona offers a variety of proposals to captivate visitors from all over the world and the Barcelona Tour Bus is one of the many leisure transport solutions to discover the city.

Barcelona’s landmark sites also feature unique means of transport with a special charm of their own, such as the Tramvia Blau, the oldest tram in the city, and the Montjuïc Funicular railway which will take you to Barcelona’s Montjuïc mountain in just two minutes. If you’re looking for a convenient and comfortable way of taking in Barcelona’s main tourist sights, the Barcelona Bus Turístic is the perfect means of transport.
The double-decker Barcelona Tour Bus is the most convenient way to discover Barcelona’s most interesting and attractive sights. You can get on and off the Bus Turistic as many times and for as long as you like at any of the 44 tour stops. Combine 3 different tourist tours with the same ticket -you have five transfer stops- and let yourself be transported!
The Barcelona Tour Bus has three different routes to help you plan your trip around Barcelona. The Red Route, the Blue Route and the Green Route take you to the city’s most famous landmarks, and if you feel like it, you can hop off, have a look around, hop back on the bus and take the same route or a different one. And as many times as you like.
See routes, times and all the information you need on the Barcelona Bus Turístic website, where you can also buy your tickets at a 10% discount.
The buses have free Wi-Fi so that you can make the most of your trip. Don’t forget to download the Barcelona Bus Turístic Virtual app for smartphones, so the trip is even more fun.

The Montjuïc Funicular connects the Paral·lel metro station (L2 & L3) with Montjuïc Park. The ticket is included in the integrated fare system. Then, you can reach the Montjuïc cable car, that is the most modern and attractive way to see the Barcelona skyline against the sea. The cable car links the city to the top of Montjuïc. To do so, it climbs 84.5 metres on a 750-metre run that shows the whole of Barcelona, from the Serra de Collserola to the sea.
The cable car has three stations: Parc de Montjuïc, Miramar and Castell de Montjuïc, and is fully accessible. You can get there on the Montjuïc funicular, from Paral·lel metro station (L2 and L3). On the Barcelona Tour Bus: at the Telefèric de Montjuic stop on the Red Route.
The Tramvia Blau (blue tram), a Barcelona’s century-old means of transport which came into service in 1901, runs from the Plaça Kennedy/ Avinguda del Tibidabo to the Plaça del Doctor Andreu and back. The Tramvia connects with the Tibidabo Funicular in the Plaça del Doctor Andreu. It’s a historic mode of transport that preserves the essence of a ride. The Tramvia Blau is the survivor of the old Barcelona. It runs 1,276 metres up to the foot of the Tibidabo funicular, past Modernista and Noucentista buildings that give way to nature and splendid views of the city.

Barcelona leisure transports

Experience a luxury holiday in Barcelona, booking one of our exclusive and luxurious apartments in the city centre, directly on the sea, or in any area of interest of Barcelona. You can not forget a unique experience in one of the most vibrant and beautiful city in the world. Rent Top Apartments is you ideal partner for a real top holiday.

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