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Private Montjuic Mountain Tour with Visit to Olympic Park and Plaza España
"Once your guide meets you at your hotel you will start this 3-hour walking tour with climbing the mountain with a rack train and heading up Montjuc hill by cable car where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Barcelona. After visiting the old military fortress you will descend the mountain by bus heading to the Olympic facilities like the Olympic Stadium the Palau Sant Jordi and the telecommunications tower among others.From there you will continue walking towards Plaza España
From EUR64.00
Barcelona Hop-on Hop Off Tour: East to West Route
"You can hop on and off the tour as many times as you like aboard this sliding-roof double-decker bus. The two tour routes are interconnected so you can easily hop between them to discover the best of Barcelona. Your ticket is valid on both routes. You wi and you will be able to use the same username and password on the on Madrid Seville Granada Malaga and other cities same hop-on hop-off services.East Route: The entire route takes 120 minutes (in winter) and 140 minutes (in summer). Buses depart every 7-15 minutes from each stop depending on the time of year. Highlights include: Pla Catedral-Barri Gòtic Barceloneta
From EUR29.00
Private Tour: Barcelona Half-Day Sightseeing Tour
"Before your tour your private guide will contact you to discuss what you want to do and see on your half-day tour. Agree your itinerary or leave it open for your guide to lead the way. All entrance fees food and drinks during your tour are at your own expense.On the day meet your guide at your Barcelona hotel hop inside your air-conditioned vehicle and drive to the first stop. As you travel hear fascinating tales about Barcelona’s history and architecture and some of the famous figures who have shaped the city’s past and present.Perhaps start at Barcelona’s most iconic sight: La Sagrada Familia. This surreal-looking cathedral was design great Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Marvel at the famously unfinished masterpiece and hear how its construction
From EUR108.00

Montjuic Tips (73)

Montjuic Hill

Montjuic Hill and District of Barcelona is popular area to visit as this hilly part of Barcelona has a number of Public Parks, the site of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics with different Olympic Venues,...
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Sep 07, 2016

View to Cruise Port From Montjuic

Fantastic view of the huge cruise ships in port.We sat and watched with envy of the passengers, but then realised they would most likely only have limited time in Barcelona and not enjoy this...
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Aug 24, 2015

A Relaxing Respite

Montjuic is one of the hills overlooking the city that offers a splendid respite from the big and busy ways of Barcelona. The gardens and views of the city are worth a trip up into the hills for some...
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Oct 11, 2013

Montjuic Hill

Montjuic hill has a series of nice public gardens, and it is a pleasant place to wander away from the hustle and bustle of the city below. The area used to be industrial, and the interesting pavement...
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Jul 06, 2013

Views of the Barcelona Skyline

There are some great places to get panoramic views of Barcelona. The rooftop of La Pedrera, The rooftop of the Cathedral, Parc Guell, the far edge of the harbor, the top of the Mirador de Colombus,...
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Jun 15, 2012

Barcelona: Olympic Park

Located on a slightly rolling hill above Barcelona, the Olympic Park provided us with a long relaxing walk. Some of the main buildings of the park can be easily viewed from the sidewalk but others...
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Jun 15, 2012

Take a trip up Montjuic.

The landscaping around the Olympic Stadium is amazing...this little courtyard looks quite mystical. There is a funicular and cable car which goes right to the top, but it is a pleasant walk too. On...
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Jun 10, 2012

Picturesque Montejuic

Montjuic is a place with a very welcome much slower pace than downtown Barcelona. The term Montjuic means "Mountain of the Jews." Geographically speaking, Montjuic is a very gentle hill can be most...
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Jun 08, 2012

Montjuic, "mountain of the Jews"

Montjuic, the mountain of the Jews, sorry to say that we did not find any Jews there even though we searched.....^O^But what we did find was a cable car to take us to Barceloneta and a coffee shop...
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Nov 15, 2011

A great walk with great views

You can walk aound the fort at the top of montjuic - there are beautiful gardens and a great view of Barcelona harbour's industrial section. Best of all there is no charge. There is also a small...
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Dec 31, 2010

Mountain gardens, amphitheatre & views

Jewish Mountain - Montjuic - so called because there was a Jewish cenetary and maybe settlement here. It is a very long walk from the bottom to the top although with a fenicular and cable car one does...
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May 06, 2010

The top of the hill

Montjuic is a hill you will see shortly after arriving in Barcelona. Montjuic translates as "The Hill of the Jews". However I do not know why or how it became known as that. On top of the hill there's...
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Nov 11, 2009
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Casa Aduana

Old Customs House, didn't explore inside but very unique architecture. The building was completed in 1902 and now sits 3-4 blocks from the port. The building is currently closed and sits at the...
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Parc de la Ciutadella

Created at the same time as the Universal Exhibition of 1888, on the space formerly occupied by the original citadel. Ciutadella is one of the largest green areas of Barcelona with plenty of alleys...
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Museu Picasso - Picasso Museum

Located in the Gothic area of the city, the Picasso Museum is well worth a visit. The museum presents Picasso's works in a chronological order and this really helps to provide a greater understanding...
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Museu d'Historia de Catalunya - Catalan History Museum

This museum opened during 1943 and one of its major attractions is to take a walk underground and view the streets of the Roman and medieval city. We were on a tour and did not have time to enter the...
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Museu de la Xocolata - Chocolate Museum

This is a museum about chocolate. I love chocolate and found the visit interesting. The exhibition starts with cacao and how it was used in America. And then how it came to Europe and later with the...
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Barcelona Walking Tours Gotic

This Great tour, organized by Turisme de Barcelona, offers you the possibility to walk by the Gothic Quarter, with an experimented guide that will explain you the history of all the hidden corners of...
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