Barcelona Highlights by Jorge Franganillo
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Barcelona Highlights

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This city tour of Barcelona will take you to to see Casa Batlló, Las Ramblas, and more. A ride and entrance to Parc de Montjuïc is included!


  • La Pedrera is the reflection of Gaudí’s imagination, with an atypical terrace dominated by chimneys that remind of medieval knights.
  • The Montjuïc Cable Car takes the visitor to Parc de Montjuïc, Mirador and Castell de Montjuïc to enjoy the finest panoramic views of Barcelona.
  • Poble Espanyol is an open-air Spanish architectural museum with full-scale replicas of the characteristic buildings, squares and streets of the country.
  • The Barcelona Cathedral represents the beauty of the Gothic Catalan art and has a magnificent Cloister in which thirteen white geese are kept.


  • Air-conditioned motor coach
  • Bilingual Guide
  • Entrance fee to Spanish Village
  • Montjuic Cable Car ride


  • Lunch or other services not specified
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • This tours departs at 08.45 AM / Check-in time 08.30 AM.
  • This tour is bilingual and will be in the selected language and a second language.
  • Correct dress code may be requested to access the Cathedral.
  • Note: from the end of January to the beginning of March (dates to be confirmed) the cable car doesn't work due to revision tasks, this service will be replaced by a tapas tasting in Spanish Village.
  • Note: The stop at Olympic Stadium will be performed whenever there is any event that prevents access to the stadium.

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Aug 21 2016
This tour is weird. I thought it was going to be more of a historical/ best of Barcelona tour, but for the most part it is all stuff from the '92 olympics, craning your neck out of a tour bus with low windows and no view, and some weird fake Spanish village. If you are looking to become more familiar with the town and learn about it's history, this tour is not for you.
Reply From Gray Line:
Hi Genevieve,

We’re sorry to hear that your time with Gray Line Barcelona and the Barcelona Highlights Tour did not meet the high expectations established by our destinations throughout the world. As a global leader in sightseeing we rely heavily on the feedback of our customers to ensure the best sightseeing adventures throughout the globe. We try to create tours that will appeal to all age groups and personalities but it sounds like this one may not have been the best for you. For that, we apologize, and hope that you may still consider giving us another chance in the future, somewhere in the world! We'll look into what we can do to make the itinerary more enjoyable and focused on Barcelona's history, culture, and events as a whole. If you would like to let us know ways in which this tour could have been improved, feel free to email us at [email protected] We are always open to constructive criticism and the opinions of our valuable clients. Hope to hear back-

-The Gray Line Team
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In Barcelona, history and traditions go hand in hand with emerging fashion and new trends in cuisine, culture and art. Barcelona offers the possibility to enjoy the sea as well as the mountains. Julia Travel proposes an itinerary that will allow you to enjoy the most emblematic sights the city has to offer.
We will start with a sightseeing tour from the bus that will take you up the elegant Passeig de Gràcia, where you will see the most famous Gaudi houses, casa Batlló and La casa Mila (La Pedrera) as well as other majestic buildings of the Modernism era.

We will take you to the sea where you will be able to admire the intense changes the city underwent with the organization of the Olympic Games in 1992. You will drive by the Olympic Village, the Olympic Port, the beach and the fisherman’s quarter, called Barceloneta, the Port Vell, Plaza (square) de Colon with its famous Columbus monument, indicating which way he sailed to discover the Americas. This point is also the beginning of the famous Ramblas of Barcelona. We will continue the visit driving up Montjuïc where you will enjoy a cable car ride with precious views of the city. The bus will pick you up at the last station and we will continue our Montjuïc visit passing by the sports facilities built for the 1992 Olympic Games: the Lluis Companys stadium, the Palau Sant Jordi, the Olympic swimming pool Picornell until we get to the Spanish Village. We will visit this charming place where you will admire a collection of traditional buildings from all over Spain, and a demonstration of a selection of the handcrafts made in this country.

After the visit of the Spanish village, we will leave the Montjuïc behind and go back down to the city center. During the drive back to the city center you will be able to admire the Venetian Towers, the Montjuïc fountains, the MNAC and the CC, Las Arenas rebuilt over the ancient Plaza de Toros.
We will arrive at the Plaza de Catalunya, the starting point of the guided walking tour of the old city center. Our guide will take you to the Gothic Cathedral, threw the narrow street of the Gothic quarter and plaza Sant Jaume where the City hall is located and the headquarters of the Catalonian government. Our tour finishes at the Plaza de Catalunya, in front of the Hard Rock Café, in the city center at a 10min walking distance from our office.


From the end of January to the beginning of March (dates to be confirmed) the cable car doesn't work due to revision tasks, this service will be replaced by a tapas tasting in Spanish Village.
The stop at Olympic Stadium will be performed whenever there is any event that prevents access to the stadium.

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