A city tour by bus is the perfect way to get an overview of Barcelona.
Barcelona Bus Touristic offers three lines:
- The blue line runs through the northwestern area of Barcelona
- The red line drives mainly through the center, the harbor and to the Montjuic
- The green line travels around the northern coastal area of Barcelona
With the ticket for the open-top double decker bus you also receive discount coupons. The journeys with the blue and red line take approx 2 hours each, with the green line approx 40 minutes. Via a multi-lingual audio guide you get information about the sights along the route. It is a great advantage that one can hop off at every stop to have a closer look at interesting places. Afterwards you hop on a next bus to continue your journey. Depending on the season of the frequency is between 5 and 25 minutes.
Join us on our trips with
the blue line
The starting point is the Placa de Catalunya. Highlights of the route are certainly the Passeig de Gracia, with its beautiful houses designed by Gaudi,
the Sagrada Familia
and Park Guell.
From here the bus runs to the terminus of the Tramvia Blau, which drives to the Tibidabo funicular railway. The next stations are Sarria, the village in the city, Monastery of Pedralbes, the Palau Reial and the club grounds of FC Barcelona.
Along the modern office buildings in the Avenida Diagonal,
it goes through the Carrer de Balmes with nice residential buildings back to the Placa de Catalunya.
the red line
Also here, the bus starts at the Placa de Catalunya.
The main stops are at the main station – Estación de Sants,
the Placa de Espania,
the MNAC – Museu National d’Art de Catalunya, the Olympic site Anella Olimpica, the cableway -Teleferic de Montjuic.
From here it goes to the harbor with stops at the World Trade Center,
the Port Vell and Port Olimpic.
About the Pla de Palau, the bus arrives in Barri Gotic, the oldest district of Barcelona.
You might also want to explore the surroundings of Barcelona. Check out proposals for day trips from Barcelona
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