Barcelona Hop-on Hop-off Tour: 1 or 2- Day Ticket
- Valid: 1 - 2 days
- Optional audio guide
Explore Antoni Gaudi's unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, with a convenient fast track entrance ticket. Gaudi's iconic work draws hundreds of locals and visitors alike to its impressive facades and awe-inspiring interior every day, making it one of the most visited monuments in Spain. Walk past the notorious long queues and start discovering the beautiful basilica at your own pace with an optional audio guide; admire the facades, interior, museum, and school. Work began on creating the true symbol of Barcelona back in 1882, and the Sagrada Familia remains a work in progress even today. Although unfinished, the basilica is by no means unworthy of a visit. A combination of Gothic and Art Nouveau forms, the UNESCO-listed structure dominates the Barcelona skyline.
Took a little bit to figure out the audio but once o did all was well. Fabulous cathedral!
Make your trip to Barcelona unforgettable with free access to more than 25 unique attractions and museums. Enjoy free public transportation on trams, busses, and the metro with a map of the city to get around hassle-free. Opt for 3, 4, or 5-day Barcelona Card and save up to 77% compared to regular admission prices. As well as the Barcelona Card, you will receive a map and a guidebook in 6 languages (Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, and Italian) with information about places to visit. Enjoy up to 50% off admission to additional attractions and activities, including Gaudi’s Casa Milà and Casa Batlló, flamenco shows, and many others. The Barcelona Card offers you free access to the following attractions: Art Museums • Picasso Museum: skip the ticket line • National Art Museum of Catalonia: skip the ticket line • Barcelona Museum of Moderni...
The travel card was invaluable on our trip! It was effortless to navigate around the city. It is certainly good value if a tourist is using public transport regularly throughout the day.
Explore one of the most outstanding and innovative buildings of the 20th century on a skip-the-line audio tour of the Casa Milà (La Pedrera), built at the pinnacle of Antoni Gaudi’s career. Once behind the façade of the extraordinary building on the elegant Passeig de Gracia, marvel at the eye-catching staircases and corkscrew chimneys that have become symbols of Gaudí’s Barcelona. Head to the rooftop to admire its sinuous forms and the whimsical chimneys up close. Then, go to the attic space to see the “Espai Gaudi” exhibition, the only exhibition dedicated to Gaudi's life and work. Learn more about his architectural innovations through the displays of scale models, building plans, historic photographs and videos.
The building has 8 floors but only the roof and the top 2 floors were open to public…
Start your tour outside the UNESCO-listed basilica and meet your guide. Gaze up at the immense facades and towers and get your first impressions of Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece. Then, enter the basilica and see the awe-inspiring interior with its forest of pillars. Bathe in the colorful light from the stained-glass windows and understand what Gaudí's meant when he said that "the sun is the best painter." Discover a vibrant clash of Gothic and Art Nouveau designs. Home in on the symbolic details and modernist representations of the Holy Family with your guide. Hear how the current construction is progressing after over a century's worth of work. As you walk around the basilica, learn more about Gaudí's life through his work and the legacy he left behind. At the end of tour, enjoy the freedom to keep exploring with your newfound knowledge.
Skip the lines and delve into the history and work of Picasso with an expert guide. Explore the formative years of Pablo Picasso and discover the genius of the young artist admiring the 4,251 pieces that make up the permanent collection. Meet the guide at the museum entrance and, after a short explanation, admire the collection and temporary exhibit, providing a thorough chronology of Picasso's development as an artist. Admire work from his early days in Barcelona through his major later periods, visiting masterworks like "Science and Charity", "Royan", and "Las Meninas", a reinterpretation of the Velazquez painting of the same name. The Picasso Museum, opened in 1963, also reveals the artist's deep relationship with Barcelona: an intimate relationship that was shaped in his youth and continued until his death. The discussion will finish with a focus on Picasso's contemporaries and hi...
Jordi is very passionate about Picasso’s life and art. The right person to take you through the museum.
Located in the heart of Barcelona at Montjuic, Poble Espanyol is a unique site that allows you to delve into the soul of Spain. Poble Espanyol integrates audiovisual elements to help you really experience Spanish culture through spectacular sights and sounds. Learn all about the diverse cuisine, traditions and landscapes that make Spain so unique and exciting. Explore the country's most popular streets and squares, and experience the wonderful diversity of architecture and culture found within the 49 square meter facility. Feel the excitement of popular Spanish festivals, contemporary arts and all kind of cultural experiences designed for people of all ages.
Es un lindo paseo, pero el dia que fuimos no todos los lacales estaban abiertos.
Skip the lines to enter Barcelona’s top art museums with this art ticket passport. Discover the world’s finest collection of Romanesque mural paintings, explore the Modernisme movement, and be surprised by works of contemporary art and creativity. Enjoy access to the permanent and temporary exhibitions of 6 world-famous art museums and galleries. Valid for 12 months, you can visit all of the locations at your own pace. The universes of Miró, Picasso, and Tàpies await you with this fantastic experience. The galleries and museums included in the experience are: • Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art • Picasso Museum Barcelona • Fundació Antoni Tàpies • Joan Miro Foundation • Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya • Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
It is great value for money. If you have more than 3 days it is really worth it. We managed to see Picasso museum and the Joan miró museum, both wonderful experiences. The art pass process is fairly simple, but remember to keep the original booking from art pass not just the GetYourGuide voucher. You will be asked for it at the museum.
Discover the Erotic Museum of Barcelona and take a historical and cultural journey about the influence of erotism on men since the beginning. Embark on a passionate adventure that takes place in Barcelona, one of the most beautiful and erotic city of the world which attracts generations of artists, dreamers and adventurers. Find out how sexual diversity and tolerance in the city has achieved a unique erotic history. The Erotic Museum shares the richest culture of erotism which is part of mankind’s history. They offer the best erotic knowledge through entertaining and playful displays which you’ll be able to enjoy 365 days a year. The Museum is situated in front of the famous market La Boqueria, on Las Ramblas, the busiest promenade in Barcelona and one of the most historical attractions in the city.
Pay a visit to the Big Fun Museum, the most original illusions and entertainment museum in Barcelona and in the whole of Spain. Enjoy thematic rooms, incredible 3D facilities, dive into the ball pool, or walk through the upside-down house. Immerse yourself in an exciting world loaded with fantasies in 9 different museums: Believe it or not, Giant’s House, Topsy-Turvy House, Sweet Museum, Museum of Madness, Food Art, Alice through the Looking Glass, Dry Pool, or the Museum of Illusions (the latter requires a separate ticket). Upgrade your tour to also include entrance to the Museum of Illusions by selecting the option upon check out. Watch as 3D paintings painted by the greatest artists of Barcelona come alive. Try to pet a dinosaur, lean out on the Grand Cannon, and travel through amazing places. You will get incredible photos. The museum regularly updates all the interactive rooms to...
Discover one of Barcelona’s top attractions, the Wax Museum, located on the iconic Las Ramblas in the heart of the city. With your entry ticket, explore this newly renovated attraction at your own pace, with plenty of time to admire the impressive wax creations. See waxworks of celebrities and historical figures, including Barack Obama, Picasso, Billie Eilish, and Johnny Depp. You can also marvel at all your favorite TV and film characters from hits such as “Money Heist” and “Star Wars." At the end of your visit, stop by the iconic El Bosc de les Fades, a magical bar set in an enchanted forest.
The best seat in the house has got to be on the top of a double-decker hop-on hop-off bus. For maximum enjoyment, you need sunshine and a breeze to perch atop the bus. We recommend a summer tour of Barcelona by bus so that you can soak up the sunshine as you vacation in the Catalonian capital.
Taking a Barcelona hop-on hop-off bus tour will help you in covering terrain in this slice of Spain. Beaches one way, mountains another, and gorgeousness in between. See, eat, and do what you love in Barcelona.
Sports come alive in various sites, from the 1992 Summer Olympic Stadium to Camp Nou, home of FC Barcelona. Architecture marvels in the spires of Sagrada Familia and the mosaics of Park Güell. Art history evolves at the Picasso Museum and the Miro Foundation. Blending old with new is no cliché in Barcelona. Just walk the narrow lanes of the Gothic Quarter or browse and taste your way around La Rambla to find out.
Barcelona gets hot in the summer but not too cold in the winter. So, a double-decker hop-on hop-off bus is perfect any time of year. Bring sunscreen in the summer and layers in the winter. Then you can sit up top and snap pics or just enjoy the scenery. What if it rains? Many buses have retractable roofs, or you can drop down to the lower deck until the weather clears.
See and do more with a hop-on hop-off tour. You get to be more flexible, so you can check out more sites. You also have a full day, or sometimes two, to enjoy the trip. Take your time as you please. Feel like you missed something? That’s okay. A bus will come around again.
Hop off and explore Barcelona. Hop back on when you’re done or tired of walking. Just along for the ride? Not a problem, enjoy the audio commentary or chat with the local guide. You just might get inspired to wander around somewhere new!
Whatever you love, you’ll find a piece of it in Barcelona. Fun, frolics, history, culture – you’ll find it all around. Some of the attractions include:
You might not get through all 4,000 plus works but it’s worth a shot. Wander through his Blue Period and Rose Period, then check out all the shapes. For an added incentive, visit on a Thursday evening to get in for free.
Take a break and relax by the sea or enjoy a ping pong game on the sand. Barcelona’s beaches can get busy, but Bogatell is a calmer scene. If you want to bare it all, there’s a nudist section on Mar Bella beach.
Go medieval in the Gothic Quarter. Venture around narrow streets past centuries-old architecture and don’t miss the ancient synagogue ruins. You will also see fantastic bars and restaurants all around, so this could be a good snack stop.
See into the mind of one man. Frederic Mares collected everything from huge sculptures to pill bottles. As an artist and professor, this made him a collector, not a hoarder. If it’s a nice day, take a moment in the courtyard.
You don’t have to be a soccer fan to enjoy Camp Nou, but it helps! Home to legends like Messi and Ronaldinho, you may want to come back for a match. A tour of the arena includes walking through the players’ tunnel onto the field, so you can feel like a pro!
Visit the Christopher Columbus monument then amble down the road. Shop, eat, drink and repeat. Have a sip from the Canaletes fountain. You can ask the guide how best to get there.
Still under construction after 100 years, you don’t want to miss this impressive church. Look up as you wander around. You might feel like you’re walking through a stone forest. There is a dress code, so you might want to bring a shirt or shawl.
Note that most tickets are valid for a day or two. Two-day tickets sometimes have to be used two days in a row, so double-check the terms. Some tours give discount booklets and maps, which come in handy. Check their schedules for running times as they often have different start and end times during different times of the year.
And speaking of times of year, there can be route changes depending on the season as well. Also, most attractions have an entrance fee, so see if any are included. If not, check for Wi-Fi and see if you can buy tickets online to save some time.
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The tour was excellent, stops were clearly marked and it was easy to find my way back to the stops… all the attractions on the green route were excellent, so much so I am sorry I did not book a 2 day, as the red route looks just as appealing. Would definitely recommend to all coming to Barcelona
We highly recommend buying a bus, a great attraction, it takes you to the most important points in Barcelona :)
The tour was great to see everything important about Barcelona and to get an impression of the city.
Fantastic way to see the sights and also to get round the city.
In such a big city a good thing to get an overview of.