If you visit Barcelona for the first time, or don’t have much time for sightseeing, this hop-on-hop-off city bus is a convenient way to see all the major landmarks and places of interest. This hop-on-hop-off bus is the original Barcelona bus tour in the city and has a fleet of comfortable accessible buses with wheelchair space on the ground floor with good visibility, free Wi-Fi and audioguides in 16 different languages.
There are three different routes making it easy to plan your visit to Barcelona. The Barcelona Bus Turístic will take you on these three different routes which have transfer points along the way, meaning you can change from one route to another with the same ticket whenever you want. You can choose the red, blue or green route, depending on the places you are most interested in visiting. From Plaça Catalunya to the MACBA, along Passeig de Gràcia, to the Sagrada Família, the village of Gracia, Park Güell, Tibidabo, Pedralbes and the Futbol Club Barcelona stadium. Or to the Parc de la Ciutadella, the Diagonal, Sants Station, Montjuïc and the old harbour, Port Vell. The green route takes you from the Olympic Harbour, through Poblenou to the Forum district to enjoy the best panoramic views of Barcelona’s beaches. The tour is held with double-decker buses offering panoramic views, although the access to the top floor requires to take steps.
Departure point: You can start the bus tour at any stop of the three routes presenting your voucher, and you can hop on and hop off at any stop.
Frequency: Every 5 to 25 minutes, depending on the season, with an average of 10-15 minutes.
The buses are equipped with ramps and space for one wheelchair user at the ground floor. Please note there are stairs to access the top floor.
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