See and do everything Barcelona has to offer with this great value city sightseeing and discount card. Choose from 3, 4 or 5 consecutive day passes and receive free entry, great discounts and offers to Barcelona's major attractions. Whether you prefer museums or galleries, cathedrals or shopping - Barcelona has it all. The Barcelona Card offers FREE ENTRY to over 20 of the city's top visitor attractions (including the Chocolate Museum and Park Guell), free transport around Barcelona, and access to over 90 special offers in shops, restaurants, museums and much more.
Barcelona Montjuic Hill
Planning to explore the best of Barcelona? One of Barcelona’s most exciting places to visit is Montjuic Hill, which became a popular area when Barcelona hosted the Olympics in 1992. Montjuic is where some of the city’s top attractions can be found. Don’t forget to visit this unique area when you’re in town!
Explore Montjuic Hill in Barcelona
Let’s start with some practical information. How to get to Montjuic? One way is to climb the mountain in a cable car, and enjoy the fantastic panoramic views of the city. Admission to the Castle on the Montjuic Hill is free so go ahead and explore! But leave some time for a visit at the nearby National Art Museum of Cataluña. Your next stop could be Poble Espanyol, an open air architectural museum and one of the biggest attractions in Barcelona. Poble Espanyol offers great activities like flamenco or play treasure hunt with the whole family. We highly recommend a visit!
Passionate about art? Then the Miro museum is a must-visit place for you. Do you like sports? Then you’ll probably enjoy the Olympic stadium. And if you are interested in architecture and music, then head to the Palau Sant Jordi, which is the local concert hall of the city.
Climbing down from Montjuic, don’t forget to visit Plaza Espagna where you will find a fabulous great shopping center with inspiring views of the city. Our final tip is to wait until the night falls down on Montjuic, and then enjoy one of the city’s most spectacular free shows – the Magic Fountain show – a wonderful combination of lights, music and colours! The fountain was constructed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition, but still manages to entertain lots of people now.
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Enjoy a getaway to the Montserrat mountains on a half-day trip from Barcelona! You'll visit the Royal Basilica of Montserrat with its 12th-century carving of the Black Virgin and, after hearing its history from a guide, enjoy free time to explore.
Explore the beauty of Barcelona on this Best of Barcelona Tour, which offers a comprehensive view of this exquisite Catalan city, including a visit to La Sagrada Familia. Perfect for first-time visitors, the tour will show you the city’s most iconic sights and allow you to discover some of Barcelona’s best-kept secrets. You'll enjoy skip-the-line access at La Sagrada Familia, so you can avoid the long queues at this popular attraction. You’ll also visit the hill of Montjuïc and the Gothic Quarter. On this small-group tour, you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Feel the passion of the flamenco at Barcelona's legendary Tablao Cordobes, where some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed. Entertained by an internationally renowned flamenco group, you'll discover why the traditional dance of Spain is so popular. You'll also have the option of dining on a traditional buffet meal or simply ordering a drink to enjoy while watching the show.
Combine two Barcelona tours at a discounted price and see the best of the city on this Super Saver! Enjoy a morning of sightseeing, and discover Barri GÃ²tic (Gothic quarter), Montjuic hill and the Olympic village at Estadi OlÃmpic LluÃs Companys Stadium. Sip on a glass of cava at the Spanish Village, and take a cable car ride up to Montjuic Castle. Then, complete the day with an afternoon tour of Antoni Gaudi’s Barcelona masterpieces, seeing UNESCO-listed La Sagrada Familia cathedral, Park GÃ¼ell and the former private residences of Casa BatllÃ³ and La Pedrera (Casa MilÃ ).