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Experience the charming old port and the famous Las Ramblas which extends into the modern harbour. Admire the famous statue of Christopher Columbus pointing towards the sea.
During your bus tour, take in the spectacular views from the mountain of Montjuic and the Mirador de l’Alcalde. Visit the Olympic Ring, the complex set up for 1992 Olympic Games, the Sant Jordi Sports Pavilion and the Calatrava Communications Tower.
End your tour with a skip-the-line visit to Poble Espanyol, one of Barcelona’s biggest attractions boasting replicas of 117 landmark buildings from all over the country.
3 hours approximatelyStart time
The tour starts at 12:30pm and ends around 3:30pm.
So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 15 minutes early.
Make your way to Plaça Catalunya, Deutsche Bank - 08002 Barcelona, Spain.
You can reach here by:
Bus: The nearest bus stations are:
La Rambla-Font de Canaletes – Buses 59, 91, V13
La Rambla - Font de Canaletes – Buses N9, N12, N15
Pl. Catalunya - FNAC – Buses N1, N12, N15
Pl. Catalunya - Andana Central – Buses A1, N2, N3
Train: Catalunya Travel Terminals – Trains ES, S1, S2, S5, S55
Renfe: Catalunya Train Station – Trains R1, R3, R4, REGIONAL
Subway: Catalunya Station – Lines 6 and 7
Same as the start point
Your Barcelona Port and Montjuic tour begins at 12:30pm from Plaça Catalunya, where you will be greeted by your English speaking guide. Be seated in comfortable air-conditioned coach with big windows to begin your bus tour.
The first stop will be Barcelona’s Waterfront. The perfect combination of old and new Barcelona’s coastal area is lined with warehouses and medieval shipyards, with heritage sites integrated into the city’s exclusive modern leisure complex complete with a marina and Aquarium. Take in the Barcelona World Trade Centre, restaurants and cinemas; and the Ramblas and admire the famous statue of Christopher Columbus.
Next, you will visit the beautiful Montjuic, a 184-metre high hill with parks, art galleries and museums all boasting spectacular views of the city below. You’ll stop at Mirador de l’Alcalde to take in the mighty views over the harbour.
Continuing your tour, visit the Olympic Ring which was the central hub of the Olympic Games of 1992. The huge complex incorporates the Olympic Stadium itself, along with the Sant Jordi Sports Pavilion and the Calatrava Communications Tower.
The last stop is the Poble Espanyol, also known as ‘Miniature Spain’, an open-air architectural museum holding 117 full-scale replicas of Spain’s landmark buildings. Explore the exquisite range of craft workshops showcasing the skills of artists and creatives. From weaving to glass blowing, Poble Espanyol brings together traditional and contemporary art techniques to inform and inspire new design. The complex also boasts a wide range of bars and restaurants ideal for hungry visitors looking to grab a bite.
From Poble Espanyol, you’ll board the coach and will be taken back to your departure point, Plaça Catalunya. The tour ends here.
The coach is not wheelchair accessible. However, those with limited mobility (i.e. you can get on and off the coach) can take their wheelchairs along for the tour.
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this ). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.