City Sightseeing Barcelona

Operating hours
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Full loop
120 minutes
every 5-25 minutes
Ticket type

1 or 2 days


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Barcelona! A historic and bustling Spanish paradise perched on the Mediterranean coast. Explore some of the most popular Barcelona landmarks with our 3 bus routes. Hop off at the Sagrada Familia stop to explore the beautiful basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi, featuring 8 towers that have spectacular views over the city. Park Güell is another main stop. This park contains sights including the Austria Gardens, beautiful paths and viaducts, the Greek theatre and the beautiful Hypostyle room.

Barri Gòtic is the heart of the city where many churches and government buildings are located. If you’re a football fan, hop off at Futbol Club Barcelona to enjoy the impressive Camp Nou. Things to do in Barcelona are endless and for the foodies out there, a trip to the popular market of La Boqueria is a must! Just jump off at Plaça de Catalunya on your Barcelona bus and take a short 10-minute walk up the wonderful tree-lined La Rambla pedestrian mall.

Art enthusiasts should swing by the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya to discover the wonders of Catalan art, easily accessed by the appropriately named Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya stop! Whatever you’re into, Barcelona has it all, and with our practical bus routes, you can really experience everything this beautiful city has to offer.

Main Stops

Red Line

H: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

1Plaça de Catalunya
2Casa Batlló - Fundació Antoni Tàpies
3Passeig de Gràcia - La Pedrera
4Francesc Macià - Diagonal
5Estació de Sants
6Creu Coberta
7Plaça d'Espanya
8Caixa Fòrum - Pavelló Mies van der Rohe
9Poble Espanyol
10Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
11Anella Olímpica
12Fundació Joan Miró
13Telefèric de Montjuïc
14Miramar - Jardins Costa i Llobera
15World Trade Center
16Colom - Museu Marítim
17Port Vell
18Museu d'Història de Catalunya
19Port Olímpic
21Pla de Palau - Parc de la Ciutadella
22Barri Gòtic
Blue Line

H: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

1Plaça de Catalunya
2Casa Batlló - Fundació Antoni Tàpies
3Passeig de Gràcia - La Pedrera
4Sagrada Família
6Park Güell
7Tramvia Blau - Tibidabo
9Monestir de Pedralbes
10Palau Reial - Pavellons Güell
11Futbol Club Barcelona
12Diagonal Les Corts
13Francesc Macià - Diagonal
Green Line

H: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm

1Port Olímpic
2Platja del Bogatell - Cementiri del Poblenou
4Parc Diagonal Mar (direcció Centre)

Included with the ticket

  • Information guide and booklet offering more than €200 worth of promotional discounts

Additional information

A day in Barcelona

Catalonia’s capital is forever identified with Gaudi but it is also a treasure trove of art, history and fine dining. It even has beaches!

La Sagrada Familia in the morning sunshine
Jump on the blue line, hop off the bus at stop 4 and be prepared for your jaw to drop. Grown men and women have wept at their first sight of Gaudi’s masterpiece, from its sheer overpowering beauty. Do remember to book online in advance because this is the foremost among Barcelona attractions. For an unforgettable experience, go early and catch the sun’s first rays lighting up the gilded decorations high on the soaring spires, which Gaudi believed only the angels would see.


Lunchtime tapas in the Gothic Quarter
Take the red line to stop 22 and continue your Barcelona sightseeing in the heart of the ancient city. Explore the medieval buildings surrounded by a labyrinth of ancient cobbled streets opening out into tiny squares, many of them pedestrianised to make a peaceful atmosphere. Tiny tapas bars will delight you with unexpected discoveries. Look out for Catalonia specialities of formatge de tupí, a goat’s cheese with olive oil, and large spring onions, roasted and dipped in spicy tomato sauce.


A long lazy afternoon in Park Güell
If you visit Barcelona in the summer, take the blue line to stop 6. The park is a system of open spaces linked by fabulously colourful fairyland architecture, all designed by Gaudi and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also a good idea to book in advance online for the Monumental Zone, although parts of the park can be visited for free. If all that architecture gives you a snack attack, it’s easy to find a nice little café.


An evening stroll in Las Ramblas
A weekend in Barcelona would not be complete without experiencing its most famous street! Take the red line down to stop 15 at the end of the avenue and then stroll back up, taking in the lights sparkling in every tree and the cheerful, almost party atmosphere. Take a detour down a side street to find the best value and most authentic restaurants. Remember that dinner time starts late in Spain, so don’t expect the restaurants to be in full swing till about 9pm.


Daily service excluding 01/01 and 25/12.
The Green Line is seasonal (18 Mar-1 Nov)


Service adapted for people with reduced mobility and hearing impairments.

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