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Shore Excursion: Barcelona City Tour Hop-On Hop-Off
Shore Excursion: Barcelona City Tour Hop-On Hop-Off
Barcelona, Spain, Europe
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Rate Average 38.39 USD
Take a DIY shore trip during your cruise stop in Barcelona on this convenient hop-on hop-off city bus tour. Climb aboard a double-decker, open-top bus at the Port of Barcelona (Port Olímpic - stop 6) just a short walk from the cruise terminal. Then begin your overview of the city. Get on or off when you want, enjoying great views of Las Ramblas, the promenade at Port Olímpic, F.C. Barcelona's Camp Nou Stadium and much more. Best of all, there are two routes, one East Route and one West Route, which are interconnected and accessible via your ticket that's valid for both routes. This hop-on, hop-off bus tour also includes headphones, city map, and discounts at select Barcelona businesses. Barcelona shore excursion: Barcelona hop-on hop off tour Two interconnecting routes show you the best of Barcelona Choose from 1- or 2-day unlimited-use passes All double-decker buses have a unique sliding roof to keep you dry if it rains FREE discount booklet for many of Barcelona's major attractions, shops and restaurants

Departure Point Barcelona, Barcelona, Catalonia Plaça de Catalunya or any of the other stops. Departure Time 1-Day Pass 11/1/2020 - 2/10/2023 Monday - Sunday: 09:30 AM - 07:00 PM 2-Day Pass 11/1/2020 - 2/10/2023 Monday - Sunday: 09:30 AM - 07:00 PM Return Details Returns to original departure point

Get the perfect overview of Barcelona during your cruise ship excursion in Barcelona thanks to this convenient hop-on hop-off city bus tour. Climb aboard your double-decker, open-top bus as you tour the city's top sights. Best of all, your ticket is valid on both the bus tour's East Route and West Route, meaning you can change things up or adjust your itinerary as you see fit, with buses departing regularly. The East Route takes you past landmarks like Catalunya Plaza, the Gothic Quarter, Barceloneta, Port Olímpic, the world-famous Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell, Tibidabo, La Pedrera, and Casa Batlló. While the West Route includes highlights like the World Trade Center, Miramar Gardens, Olympic Park, Camp Nou Stadium (F.C. Barcelona), and Montjuic Hill. For a full description of the sights along each route, check out the itinerary details below.

Day 1 East/ Gren Route 14 Stops Plaza de Catalunya Plaça de Catalunya is one of Barcelona's most important spots, acting as the meeting point between the old part of the city and the Ensanche. Barcelona Cathedral The "Gothic Quarter", occupying what was once the Roman colony of Barcino, is the origin of today's Barcelona. Barcelona Cathedral, whose construction in the Gothic style began in 1298, is without doubt the jewel in the Gothic Quarter's crown. Port Vell The Port first artificial was remodeled for the 1992 Olympic Games, when it became a Marina for recreational vessels. At the end of the old port you can see the Rambla de Mar, which is a continuation of the popular Ramblas of Barcelona. Museu d'Historia de Catalunya This museum invites visitors on an interactive journey to the history of Catalunya, from thepre historic times to the present day. La Barceloneta The Barceloneta is the old fishermen's quarter, built in an area that was previously almost uninhabited: it was due to its proximity the sea that the fisherfolk were the first to settle here, starting in 1754. Port Olimpic The hosting of the 25th Olympic Games in 1992 meant a great urban transformation for Barcelona.The construction of the Olympic Village or Villa Olímpica wasthe most radical transformation Bogatell Beach Bogatell beach lies Pueblonuevo cemetery; the first to be built outsidethe city walls, in 1775. It is open to the public and is of great interest to visitors, who can admire large funerary monuments and sculptures from thelate 18th and the 19th century. Nova Mar Bella Beach A beach of fine sand, with disabled access. It is home to watersports lovers such as surfers and kitesurfers, who come in search of wind and waves. Torre Agbar The AGBAR tower is the headquarters of the Barcelona water company, abuilding of ever-changing colors that has become the third tallest building in Barcelona and the new symbol of the city. Basilica de la Sagrada Familia The Temple of the Sagrada Familia is the most popular of Gaudi’s works. He devoted himself exclusively to this project until his death; unfortunately he was only able to construct a small part of it: the apse and the Façade of the Nativity. Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau The Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau is one of the most representative works of Lluís Domènech i Muntaner and is regarded as the largest surviving civil Art Nouveau building in Europe, with a style characterised by abundant floral decoration. Park Güell This park was constructed at the beginning of the 20th century, thanks to a commission by textiles entrepreneur and patron to Gaudi: Count Güell. In 1969, it was officially declared a National Monument, and since 1984 it has been a World Heritagesite protected by UNESCO. Parc d’Atraccions Tibidabo Tibidabo is the highest part of the mountain ranged of Collserola, a greenarea that forms a natural boundary to Barcelona’s growth and worksas a lung allowing air to regenerate in the city. Passeig de Gracia Go through La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, two of the most visited Gaudí houses in Barcelona Accommodation:   Not Included Meals:   Not Included

West/ Orange Route 19 Stops Plaza de Catalunya Plaça de Catalunya is one of Barcelona's most important spots, acting as the meeting point between the old part of the city and the Ensanche. Arc de Triomf The Arc de Triomf was built in 1888 for the Universal Exhibition, to a design by Josep Vilaseca i Casanoves. It is located on the Passeig Sant Joan, very close to the Parc de la Ciutadella, an area bursting with gardens and long avenues. Parc de la Ciutadella Parc de la Ciutadella, a green lung a few meters from the sea. Some years ago Parc de la Ciutadella was the only public park in Barcelona while today is a meeting point of locals and tourists. Passeig del Colom You will see Port Vell while in the bus and the Columbus statue at the end of this avenue. World Trade Center Barcelona With spectacular views of the sea port, the centre is one of four impressive eight-storey buildings built on a jetty into the harbour. Jardin Botanico de Barcelona The Miramar Gardens area an integral part of the Botanical Gardensof Montjuïc. You will be able to see a beautiful panoramic view ofthe coastline. Joan Miro Foundation Joan Miró Foundation, open since 1975, contains the most important public collection of the works of Joan Miró, one of the most influential and universal figures of 20th-century art. L'Anella Olimpica de Montjuic The stadium played host to the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1992 Olympic games, and to the Games' athletics events. If you look carefully, you can see the support on which the Olympic Flame was lit to mark the Games' opening. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC The National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC) is one of the city's most important museums, due to both the quality and diversity of its works, and because it is home to the world's finest collection of mural painting. Here, you can contemplate the works of universally-renowned Spanish and European artists, such as El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, Canaletto, Rubens, Sisley and Rodin. Poble Espanyol The Poble Espanyol ("Spanish village"), a work of architecture created for the International Exposition of 1929, was designed to be temporary and demolished after the Exhibition. Nevertheless, its popularity meant that it was conserved. It is a huge "collage" of Spanish architecture, spread across the 117 buildings it is home to: crafts workshops, shops and restaurants. Mies van der Rohe Pavilion The Mies van der Rohe Pavilion is an emblematic work by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and a benchmark in 20th-centuryarchitecture. The so-called German Pavilion was originally designed in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition. Arenas de Barcelona Plaza España, where the Venetian towers are situated, was the entrance to the enclosure of the 1929 World Fair. Sants Estació Here you will find the central station of the railway network of Barcelona and is where you can also find one of the city’s bus station and the Ave highspeed train. Admission Ticket Free Camp Nou Within the installation of the stadium you will find a Museum that boasts to having over one million visitors a year which allows you to discover the secrets and titles of the club, also you will find the FCBotiga Megastore, where you will find all kinds of memorabilia and official merchandise. Palau Reial Major The Palau Reial de Pedralbes or Royal Palace was built as the residence of King Alfonso XIII in 1924. It is home to the Decorative Arts Museum and the Ceramics Museum, as well as the Hercules Fountain, the work of Antoni Gaudí. Reial Monestir de Santa Maria de Pedralbes The Royal Monastery of St Mary of Pedralbes, founded by Queen Elisenda de Montcada in 1327, stands as a unique historical and cultural testament to the Poor Clare community who lived there continuously from 1327 until just recently. L'illa Diagonal As well as a big commercial centre with more than 170 shops and restaurants, L'illa Diagonal complex includes two four star hotels, two schools, a sports centre, dance hall and a conference centre. Avinguda Diagonal This avenue is one of the most important in Barcelona, as it crosses all the city. Passeig de Gracia Go through La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, two of the most visited Gaudí houses in Barcelona Accommodation:   Not Included Meals:   Not Included