From San Sebastian beach to the World Trade Center (one of the many terminals of Barcelona's cruise port), from the heights of Montjuic a few steps away from the Joan Miro Foundation to the foot of the castle (Barcelona War Museum), the different routes of the Barcelona cable car offer you a unique visit of the Catalan capital from the heights of the city.
Meeting point between Plaça Catalunya and Port Vell, the Barcelona's Rambla represents the 2 kilometres of the city's busiest pedestrian avenues, where artists, painters and musicians give the greatest tourists satisfaction.Barcelona Ramblas virtual tour
The Golondrinas are part of Barcelona maritime activities which offer short trips on board small boats between the old harbour (Port Vell) and the Forum, to discover the main features of the port and the city's beaches.Golondrinas virtual tour
Bordered by a very pleasant promenade that stretches from Christopher Columbus monument to Barceloneta, and reaches to the beaches of Barcelona, the Port Vell is the oldest port in the city.Virtual trip to Barcelona old port
Hundreds of species that share the Barcelona Aquarium in their most faithfully represented marine environment take you to the depths of the most fascinating oceans to discover a world as magical as it is mysterious.Barcelona aquarium virtual tour
Maze of alleys between Raval and Born where museums, churches, Roman vestigations and architecture retrace the history of Barcelona's oldest district that stretches along the Ramblas from the old port to the Plaza Cataluña.Barcelona Gothic Quarter walk
Climb to the top of the Christopher Columbus monument, which is located between the end of the Ramblas and the swing bridge of the city's old port, and enjoy exceptional panoramic views of Barcelona.Book your tickets online
Located at the foot of Port Vell in the historic Drassanes building, the Maritime Museum of Barcelona, MMB (Museu Marítim de Barcelona) protects magnificent reproductions of boats from each period of history.Barcelona's must-see museums
Located a few meters from the Drassanes metro station, at the end of the Ramblas, the Barcelona Wax Museum houses the statues of hundreds of personalities.
Combine the funicular with the cable car and climb to the top of Montjuic to visit the ramparts, the parade ground, the walls and the terrace of the castle of Barcelona, and enjoy exceptional panoramic views of the city.Barcelona from the hilltop
Correspondence with the funicular at the Paral-lel metro station to come and discover the exhibition of paintings, sculptures and drawings by the artist Joan Miro. Walk along the Montjuic hill on your left as you leave the station, and you will find yourself at the foot of the Joan Miro Foundation.Barcelona Joan Miró Fundació pass