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Leisure Transport in Barcelona

 Tourist bus

The tourist bus in Barcelona has two routes with 27 stops. The red route goes along the Northern parts of Barcelona, the blue one travels to sights in the south of the city.
You can hop on and off at any of the stops and even change routes if you like to.
On board of each bus you will find a tourist information guide that explaines all interesting facts of the stops in different languages.

Prices and tickets
Tickets can be purchased on board of each tourist bus, at Barcelona tourist information centres, Sants Station and at TMB customer service centres.

1 day adults                                                        14,00  Euro
1 day child (children between 4 - 12 years old)       8,00  Euro
2 days adult (Must be consecutive days)               18,00 Euro

First buses leaving from Plaša Catalunya  (blue and red routes)    9 am
1. January and 25. December: no service

Bus frequency
Between every 6 and 30 minutes

 Montju´c Funicular Railway

The Montju´c Funicular Railway is probably the most ecological and comfortable way to get on Montju´c.
The Palau Sant Jordi, the Olympic Stadium, the Sport University and the Mirˇ Foundation can be reached  in only a few minutes from the centre of Barcelona.

1,05  (single)
The Montju´c Funicular Railway is integrated into the metro network. Tickets and conditions for  Metro and Funicular therefore are the same.  The Funicular starts at the Metro stop ParalĚlel.

Daily                 9 am - 8 pm 
On school days   8 am - 8 pm 

 Tramvia Blau

The Tramvia Blau is probably the most attractive way of reaching Tibidabo mountain.
The old fashioned tram passes impressing mansions and ends at the foot of the funicular railway. Its route is 1.276 metres long, reaching an altitude of 93 m.

Single ticket:                 2,00 Euro
Return ticket:                2,90 Euro
20 journeys ticket:       20,00 Euro

From 10 am - 8:05 pm
Holidays: 10 am - 6:05 pm
01. January and 25. December : No service

 Air Ferry from the Port of Barcelona

The Cable Car transport service connects the Tower of Sant SebastiÓ (Sant SebastiÓ beach) with the
Jaume I Tower (World Trade Center) and Miramar (Montju´c mountain).
Not to be confused with the Montju´c Cable Car or the Montju´c Funicular Railway.

Single ticket: 7,50  Euro
Return ticket 9 Euro

01. November  to 28. February                 12 pm - 5:30 pm
01. March to 13. June                                10:30 am - 7 pm 
14. June to 12. September                        10:30 am - 8 pm
13. September to 17. October                     10:30 am - 7 pm
18. October to 28. February                        12 pm - 5:30 pm  


Service operated by TelefÚricos de Barcelona S.A
Telephone at Torre de Jaume I:           +34 93 441 50 71                 
Telephone at Torre de Sant SebastiÓ: +34 93 225 27 18

 Horse-drawn Carriages (Calesses)

Rides through the city in horse-drawn carriages.
Departures:  Portal de la Pau (at the end of the Ramblas, near Columbus monument)

Daily 12 pm - 8 pm 
Journey time: 1 hour or 30 min by request.
Operates all year round

Information and reservations
Tel.: +34 93 421 88 04
Fax: +34 93 421 88 04

 Boat trips

Boats start at the statue of Christopher Columbus and go to Escullera (the breakwater). Timetables depend on the wheather conditions.

Round trip adults:                                    3,70  Euro
d trip for children (4 to 10 years):             1,70 Euro
Free for children under 4 years old.

Journey time: 35 minutes

The catamaran "Trimar" has substituted the "Escua" and goes from the statue of Christopher
Columbus to the Bogatell beach.

Round trip adults:                              8,10  Euro
Round trip pensioners
and youths (11 to 18 years):              5,90  Euro
Round trip children (4 to 10 years):   3,60  Euro
Free for children under 4 years old

Address for tourist boat company:
"Las Golondrinas" - "Sirenas SA"
Pl. Portal de la Pau, 1
08002 - Barcelona
Tel. +34 93 442 31 06

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