Double-decker tourist bus with 3 routes and 44 stops covering all areas of the city. Tickets can be purchased as 1 day or 2 day passes which include all 3 routes with unlimited access at all stops. Audio guides are available in 10 languages as well as a multi-lingual tour guide aboard each bus.
The Tibidabo Funicular connects the Tramvia Blau stop at Pl. del Doctor Andreu with the Tibidabo Amusement Park.
Barcelona is well known for its mild climate and excellent sightseeing. There is no better way to enjoy the winding streets of the centre, the sunny beachfront and the historical monuments of the city than on a bike.
The Port Bus (Line T3) is a shuttle bus for cruise ship passengers, which runs between the base of Las Ramblas and the cruise ship terminal at the port.
Cathelicopters BCNSKYTOURS is a company offering aerial tours of Barcelona via helicopter. A unique and once of a lifetime experience for those looking for something a little extraordinary.
The Tramvia Blau (blue tram) is an antique streetcar that runs from Plaça Kennedy/Avinguda del Tibidabo to Plaça del Doctor Andreu, where it then connects with the Tibidabo Funicular.
The Tibibús (Line T2) runs from Plaça de Catalunya to Plaça del Tibidabo, providing a simple journey to the park.
Horse Carriage Tours
If you are looking for a romantic way to view the central streets of Barcelona or a relaxing jaunt your kids will also enjoy, a horse drawn carriage ride is a great option.
TRANSBORDADOR AERI DEL PORT
This 19-person cable car travels between Port Vell and Montjuïc in Barcelona. It's often mistakenly referred to as the Teleferic de Montjuïc, the name of the other cable car operating on the mountain.
This 8-person cable car travels up the mountain, starting at the Parc de Montjuïc stop of the Montjuïc Funicular, to the castle.
Montjuïc Tourist Bus
An open-top mini bus providing tours around Montjuïc.
Las Golondrinas is a company that offers sea journeys on catamarans along the coast of Barcelona. The "Trimar" and "Omnibus" sail along the coast from the Columbus monument offering a view of the World Trade Center, the Britge Porta d'Europa, the International Sea Station, Vila Olímpica, the Port Fòrum and all the beaches along the way. The Omnibus and Trimar catamarans seat 150 and 196 passengers, respectively, and can also be rented for groups and/or events. A shorter excursion is also available on smaller wooden boats that travel within the harbour.
A mini, two-seater convertible car navigated by GPS, so you'll never lose your way in the city. GPS audio instructions are available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian and German.
Oreneta Park Train
A steam engine powered train located in Park del Castell de l'Oreneta in the Sarriá -Sant Gervasi district of the upper part of the city.