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Barcelona hop-on-off bus tickets provide a 24 or 48-hour tour of the city’s most popular attractions.

These tickets provide a convenient and flexible way to explore the city’s highlights at your own pace. 

It allows you to hop on and off the bus at various stops, enabling you to customize your itinerary and spend more time at attractions that interest you.

The tickets cover multiple routes with numerous stops, ensuring you can visit key landmarks and attractions across the city.

You will also get audio guides in multiple languages, offering insights into the history, culture, and significance of the places you visit.

It often comes with discount coupons for museums, attractions, shows, and establishments, allowing you to save money while exploring the city.

There will be free WiFi on board for you to stay connected and share your experiences with friends and family during your tour.

From € 33

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Why book this ticket?

  • Free cancellation
  • Valid for 1 – 2 days
  • Reserve now & pay later

Highlights of this ticket:

Sit back on a comfortable bus and hop on and hop off at the famous attractions of Barcelona, including Gaudi’s Genius architectural wonders.

Get access to two different routes of the city with just one ticket valid for a 24 or 48-hour journey, depending on your preferences.

Stop over 30+ landmarks and take time to explore the attractions. See the interiors of the popular ones with admission tickets (not included with the bus tour).

Drop by Gems of Barcelona like the Sagrada Família, Park Guell, Casa Batlló, Plaça de Catalunya, Arc de Triomf and many more.

Enjoy the city’s scenic views with an open-top, double-decker bus and learn more about the attraction with maps, an audio guide in your language, and free WiFi.

Inclusions:

  • Barcelona hop on hop off-tour on an air-conditioned coach.
  • Audio guide in more than 15 languages
  • City map with a detailed guide of the routes and their stops
  • Discount booklet
  • Multilingual stewardess on board

Ticket Price:

For 24 Hour Tour:

Visitor AgePrice
Adult ticket (13 to 64 years)€33
Child ticket (4 to 12 years)€18
Infant ticket (3 years and younger)Free
Senior ticket (65+ years)€28

For 48 Hour Tour:

Visitor’s AgePrice
Adult (13 to 64 years)€44
Child (4 to 12 years )€23
Infant (3 years and younger)€0
Senior (65+ years)€39
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What to Expect on this Hop on Hop off Tour

 There are two different routes/lines around Barcelona City for the hop-on-off tour: the Eastern Route and the Western Route.

Both routes are accessible with a single ticket. Each one covers around 12 to 15 famous attractions in Barcelona.

Can we mention the following two routes in two different columns? (not in a table)

On the Eastern Route

  • Sagrada Familia
  • Park Güell
  • La Pedrera-Casa Mila
  • Casa Batlló
  • Plaça de Catalunya
  • Port Vell
  • Museu d’Història de Catalunya
  • La Barceloneta
  • Port Olímpic
  • Poble Nou – Zoo
  • Teatre Nacional – Auditori
  • Glories- Torre Agbar
  • Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau
  • Tibidabo

On the Western Route

  • Plaça Catalunya
  • Arc de Triomf
  • El Born- Ciutadella-zoo
  • Passeig Colom
  • World Trade Center
  • Jardines de Miramar
  • Fundació Joan Miró
  • Anella Olímpica
  • Mnac (Museo Nacional de Catalunya)
  • Poble Espanyol
  • Caixa Fòrum-Pavelló Mies Van Der Rohe
  • Plaça d’Espanya
  • Estació de Sants
  • Spotify Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona)
  • Plaça Pius XII-Palau Reial – Pavellons Guell-Monestir de Pedralbes
  • L’illa diagonal
  • Avinguda Diagonal
  • Plaça Catalunya

Cancellation Policy

With a flexible Cancellation Policy, Visitors can cancel their booking with a full refund 24 hours before the scheduled tour or activity.


Know Before You Go 

  • Kindly note that the Barcelona City Tour runs from 9 am to 7 pm, with buses stopping approximately every 30 minutes.
  • There might be long lines in certain attractions, even early in the day. So, be prepared for crowds.
  • The planned route might change because of ongoing city events (like protests, sports or cultural events, official ceremonies, etc.) or unexpected circumstances.
  • Only guide dogs are allowed onboard; other animals are not permitted.

About Barcelona Attractions:

Let’s learn more about some of these popular attractions :

1. Sagrada Familia:

Sagrada Familia_casa mila
Image: Sagrada Familia Stock photos by Vecteezy

Sagrada Familia is one of the largest cathedrals in Barcelona.

It was designed by a popular Catalan Architect, Antoni Gaudi, but unfortunately, it is till date, not completely built. However, it is still one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona.

What makes it different is its unique architecture with towering spires and a perfect blend of Gothic and Art Nouveau styles, attracting 5 million annual visitors.

2. Park Guell:

Park Guell Casa mila
Image: Park Guell Stock photos by Vecteezy

Park Guell is a privatized park system located on Carmel Hill. It was also designed by Antoni Gaudí.

It features lush green gardens, wavy benches, natural architectural elements and colorful mosaics.

The park was built as a part of a real estate project by  Eusebi Güell but was later transformed into a public park in 1926 after his death.

Today, it is a popular attraction, attracting 4 million annual visitors from around the world.

3. Arc de Triomf:

Arc de Triomf
Image: The Arc de Triomf Stock photos by Vecteezy

Arc de Triomf is a majestic memorial arch that was built as the main entrance for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair.

Its elegant design, red brickwork, and intricate sculptures make it a popular spot for leisurely strolls and photo opportunities.

4. Casa Batlló:

Casa Batlló_casa mila
Image: Casa Battlo Stock photos by Vecteezy

Casa Batlló is another masterpiece by Gaudi, which is also called the House of Bones or the House of Dragon.

The unique architecture of this building, resembling skulls and bones, makes it worth visiting.

The attraction is open to visitors and also serves as the last residential building from medieval times. 

5. Casa Milà (La Pedrera):

Casa Milà (La Pedrera)
Image: Pedrera building in the city of Barcelona Stock photos by Vecteezy

Casa Mila is another popular attraction that is part of the three houses of Gaudi containing the Casa Mila, Casa Battlo and Casa Vicens.

Designed by Antoni Gaudí, it is popular for its unconventional architecture featuring curvy walls on the facade and rooftop.

The attraction can be visited both during the day and at night. At night, it hosts an audio-visual show on its staircase and rooftop.  

6. Plaça de Catalunya:

Plaça de Catalunya
Image: Stock photos by Vecteezy

Plaça de Catalunya is a popular square that serves as a central meeting point and transportation hub. 

It has a lively atmosphere and is well surrounded by shops, cafes, and cultural institutions, where locals and tourists gather to relax.

7. Poble Espanyol:

Poble Espanyol
Image: Poble Espanyol, Stock photos by Vecteezy

Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum that consists of 117 full-scale buildings.

It showcases replicas of Spain’s most iconic buildings, streets, and squares.

Around the place, visitors will find various artisan workshops, shops, and restaurants, offering a glimpse into Barcelona’s rich cultural heritage.

8. World Trade Center:

World Trade Center
Image: Stock photos by Vecteezy

The World Trade Center is a modern complex comprising office spaces, conference facilities, and waterfront amenities. 

It serves as a dynamic business hub and a symbol of the country’s international connectivity offering stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

9. Spotify Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona):

Spotify Camp Nou is one of the world’s most renowned stadiums and the home of FC Barcelona.

With a seating capacity of over 99,000 spectators, it hosts various thrilling football matches and other sporting events.

It is open for tours on other days, attracting fans from around the globe.

10. Fundació Joan Miró Musuem

Fundació Joan Miró Musuem
Image: Wikipedia.org

Fundació Joan Miró is a musuem dedicated to the works of the renowned Catalan artist Joan Miró.

The museum showcases its diverse collection of his paintings, sculptures, and surreal artwork spanning his entire career.

It is located on Montjuïc Hill and also offers stunning views of Barcelona.

Visitors can explore the permanent as well as temporary exhibitions at the museum.

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FAQs

1.  How much does the hop-on-hop-off bus cost in Barcelona?

The Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour starts at €33 for a 24 or 48-hour journey.

2. How long is the Barcelona Hop on Hop off bus tour??

The Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour offers flexibility, with options for both 24-hour and 48-hour tours.

With the 24-hour tour, visitors have a full day to explore Barcelona’s attractions at their own pace. 

For those who want to take their time and see even more of the city, the 48-hour tour is also available.

3. What is the best, fastest and cheapest way to tour Barcelona?

The Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour is often considered one of the best, fastest, and most economical ways to explore Barcelona’s famous landmarks.

With just one ticket, visitors can access over 30 attractions and enjoy informative audio guides in multiple languages.

4. What are the lines for hop on hop off Barcelona?

There are two different routes/lines around Barcelona City for the hop-on-off tour: the Eastern Route and the Western Route.

The Eastern Route includes stops at attractions like Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, and Casa Batlló, while the Western Route covers Plaça Catalunya, Arc de Triomf, and Fundació Joan Miró, among others.

Each one covers around 12 to 15 famous attractions of Barcelona.

5. Is Hop on Hop off Barcelona worth it?

Yes, the Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour is worth it for many visitors. It provides a convenient way to see the city’s top attractions.

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