Day pass for adults: 26,10 Euro
Two-day pass for adults: 31,10 Euro
Day pass for children (4 to 12 years): 16 Euro
Two-day pass for children (4 to 12 years): 20 Euro
Summer: 09.00 to 20.00 (9 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
Winter: 09.00 to 19.00 (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
Buses depart every 5 to 25 minutes (depending on the time of year) at all stops.
Red route: Plaza Catalunya/Casa Batllo/
Pedrera/Placa Espanya/Montjuic/Skulpture of Columbus/Port/Sea/old City
Blue route: Plaza Catalunya/Casa Batllo/
Pedrera/Sagrada Familia/Gracia/Park Güell/Tibidabo/Camp Nou
Green route: Sea/Forum/Diagonal Mar Shopping Center/Poblenou/Diagonal
You can switch between the three routes.
Included in the price:
Bus ticket for one or two days; audio guide in 11 languages, a coupon booklet with savings worth over 200 Euro (for museums, culture, evening shows, and entertainment)
Good that you don’t have to pick any one tour! After all, you can switch at any time. However, if you purchase a two-day ticket, you could just go ahead and do a full tour per day.
Here’s an overview of the routes and their sights:
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This line, too, can start at the Plaça Catalunya, and once again, the line goes along the Passeig de Gracia – past the Casa Batlló and the Pedrera. Then, however, the bus turns right, towards the Sagrada Família. You can either stop here or ride further up and through the Gracia district to the Park Güell.
The higher, the better you say? The next bus stop will let you switch over to the tram, which, in turn, will take you to the Tibidabo, the little church up high above Barcelona.
Afterwards, the bus goes to a smaller part of Barcelona full of little villas and the monastery Pedrables, a little oasis in Barcelona. Further along the way, you will pass one royal palace to see another: FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou! Finally, the bus goes along Avenida Diagonal, and back towards the Plaça Catalunya.