Explore Barcelona at your own pace
The Barcelona Bus Turistic allows you to get to know Barcelona by bus at your own pace. This hop on hop off tourist bus operates on three different routes in the centre of Barcelona.
All the tour buses are open double deckers, so on the top deck you can enjoy the sun while driving around the city. Especially in summer make sure to bring sun protection since the sun can get quite intense in Barcelona.
Tickets are valid for one or two days and in this time you can get on and off the Barcelona Bus Turistic as often as you like.
All the buses dispose of audio guides in ten different languages, that will give you some background information on the sights passing by while you are on the Barcelona Bus Turistic.
The blue and the red route take both about two hours whereas the green route takes about half the time.
So after getting of the bus and exploring some attractions of Barcelona in detail you might want to stay on it for a round to relax.
Together with your Barcelona Bus Turistic tickets you will receive an additional discount booklet that helps you saving a lot of money in the attractions along the way.
The Barcelona Bus Turistic operates since 1998 and since it has become the most popular attraction of Barcelona itself. About 2 million passengers are transported every year. But thanks to the large fleet of 74 buses, at peak times you can catch a bus every 5 minutes.
Barcelona Bus Turistic – Facts
– 2 routes (blue and red)
– 74 buses
– 44 stops
– Audioguide in 10 languages
– Bus Turistic operating hours: from 9 to 19hrs in winter and until 20hrs in summer
– Frequency: between 5 and 25 minutes depending on the season
– Guide on board: On every bus a city guide of Barcelona Turisme will assist you.
Child discounts apply from 4-12 years and Senior’s discounts from 65 years.
Barcelona Bus Turistic – Route Map
Northern Route (Blue Line): Placa de Catalunya – Passeig de Gracia – Casa Batllo – Fundacio Tapies – La Pedrera (Casa Mila) – Casa des Punxes – Sagrada Familia – District of Gracia – Parc Guell – Tibidabo Mountain – Monestir de Pedralbes – Coleccion Thyssen – Palau Reial – Pavellons Guell – FC Barcelona Museum & Camp Nou Stadium – Placa Francesc Macia – Avenida Diagonal – District of Raval with museums of MACBA & CCCB.
Southern Route (Red Line): Placa de Catalunya – Passeig de Gracia – Casa Batllo – Fundacio Tapies – La Pedrera (Casa Mila) – Placa Francesc Macia – Avenida Diagonal – Sants train station – Creu Coberta – Placa d’Espanya – Caixa Forum – Pavello Mies Van Der Rohe – Poble Espanyol – Museu Nacional de Arte de Catalunya – Anella Olimpica – Estadi Lluis Companys – Fundacio Joan Miro – Funicular de Montjuic – Castell de Montjuic – Miramar – Monumento Colom – Museu Maritim – Port Vell – Museu d’Historia de Catalunya – Port Olimpic – Parc de la Ciutadella – Barcelona Zoo – Barri Gotic.