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We purchased 4 tickets for the monserrat tour and were given clear instruction on the meeting point and the time. But when we arranged a taxi for the morning we were told we could not get to the meeting point as the annual Barcelona Marathon...More
We had purchased tickets for 2 to Montserrat and our guide was very rude and restrictive. She actually split me and my son 12 years old up into different seats saying kids not allowed in front seat and even though those were the only seat...More
"Montserrat Half-Day Small-Group Tour with Optional Skip-the-Line Tickets to La Sagrada Familia" The tour was worth the money spent for a "Must-See" Barcelona mountains... Our tour guide Marcelo was very knowledgeable and informative. The air conditioned coach mini-van was very comfortable. I will suggest wearing...More
We really enjoyed this tour. I highly-recommend breaking off to see the museum, which humbly displays the works of several great masters in the most unassuming place you'd expect to see them, and without any great pomp and circumstance.
There are a great number of...More
I took train at Plaza De Espana and caught cable car from the foot to the convent, I was so impressive by the convent, was really really beautiful and I can not find an appropriate word to describe my feeling at that moment, but only...More
We caught the tourist bus from Placa de Catalunya then the connecting train ride to the top. The cathedral was amazing,,,difficult enough to build nowadays let alone centuries ago with primitive gear and access. Inside was absolutely stunning...the architecture and trimmings...what splendour! The adjacent art...More
My husband and I had quite an awesome time at Montserrat! It was scenic and there was a bit of hiking required as well. Once we reached there by train, we had to take a cable car up to the monastery.
The whole area were...More
I had a great time. Montserrat was absolutely gorgeous! The tour gave a good overall info about Montserrat. After it I took a funicular to the top to enjoy a 360º view of the area at 3000ft above sea level.
It was impossible to see...More
We have mixed feelings of our day trip to Montserrat. We were leaving Barcelona on Sunday evening after a short trip and decided to drive to Monserrat for a day trip before we left. Arriving at around 11am there was no parking available in the...More
With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighbourhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.
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Barcelona tips. Walk Las Ramblas area and Gothic quarter streets and alleys. Go to the St. Josef market on Las Ramblas. Take a on/off bus tour to scope out sites first then go back to the ones you find interesting. We liked... More
Barcelona tips. Walk Las Ramblas area and Gothic quarter streets and alleys. Go to the St. Josef market on Las Ramblas. Take a on/off bus tour to scope out sites first then go back to the ones you find interesting. We liked the Palace/Olympic site route. Lots to see and do. Great food and wine everywhere. Try monditos/tapas. Use Trip Advisor or Yelp tips and reviews to guide you. Have fun!