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Sightseeing transport

Sightseeing transport

A delightful vintage tram, a journey through the air or a complete and original tour of the city. Find out about these other possibilities.


This Funicular connects the Paral·lel metro station (L2 & L3) with Montjuïc Park. The ticket is included in the integrated fare system.
For further information about Montjuïc Funicular: www.tmb.cat

Accessibility details


Wheelchair accessible.
Motor impairment

Last update: 27/11/2014

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Bus Montjuïc turístic

Bus Montjuïc turístic
The Bus Montjuïc turístic is an open-topped microbus that offers a sightseeing route around Montjuïc Park. The service runs on two routes and you can use the same ticket on both, getting on and off the bus as many times and for as long as you like.
Times: daily, 26th June - 15th September. Only runs on weekends during the rest of the year.
Further information about the Montjuïc Bus turístic: Transports Ciutat Comtal, Tel. 934 156 020 | www.sarfa.com

The Tramvia Blau (blue tram), a Barcelona's century-old means of transport which came into service in 1901, runs from the Plaça Kennedy/ Avinguda del Tibidabo to the Plaça del Doctor Andreu and back. The Tramvia connects with the Tibidabo Funicular in the Plaça del Doctor Andreu.
Frequency: every 30 minutes
For further information about the Tramvia Blau:www.tmb.cat

Accessibility details


The Tramvia Blau (Blue Tram) is over one hundred years old, making it inaccessible to wheelchair users.

In addition, people with reduced mobility may find boarding difficult due to height of the steps.

Last update: 12/07/2012

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The double-decker bus Barcelona Bus Turístic is the easiest way to discover Barcelona city's most attractive and interesting sights.

Accessibility details

Visual impairment
The Barcelona Bus Turístic audioguide describes the different places of interest and landmarks on the route in several languages.
Guide dog
Hearing impairment
Hearing-impaired passengers can call at the tourist information office in Plaça Catalunya and hire an induction loop to help them hear the audioguide more clearly. A 200 € cash or credit-card deposit is required.

Instructions for using the induction loop:

1. Place the induction loop receiver around your neck.
2. Connect the induction loop to the audioguide system.
3. Switch your hearing aid to position T.
Induction loop
Motor impairment
The entire Barcelona Bus Turístic fleet is adapted for people with reduced mobility. However, as specified in the informative leaflets, they can only access the lower deck.

Last update: 03/08/2016

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The Tibidabo Funicular connects Barcelona's Tramvia Blau (blue tram) stop (Pl. del Doctor Andreu) with Tibidabo Amusement Park.
Frequency: every 30 minutes.
For further information about the Tibidabo Funicular: www.tibidabo.cat

The cable car goes from Avinguda Miramar in Barcelona (beside the upper station of Montjuïc Funicular) to Castell de Montjuïc.

Accessibility details

Motor impairment
The Montjuïc cable car is fully accessible for wheelchair users. Manual and powered wheelchairs fit perfectly into the cable car cabins. The staff have been trained to help people board.

This means of transport has received the 170001 accessibility certificate.

Last update: 12/07/2012

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This transport connects Plaça de Catalunya and Plaça del Tibidabo in Barcelona. The service only runs when the amusement park is open.
Frequency: every 30 minutes.
For further information about the Tibibús: Transports Ciutat Comtal, Tel. 934 156 020 | www.sarfa.com

Transbordador Aeri del Port (Cross-Harbour Cable Car)

Transbordador Aeri del Port (Cross-Harbour Cable Car)
The cross-harbour cable car connects Montjuïc Park (the station is next to the Costa i Llobera Gardens) with the Jaume I Tower (World Trade Center) and the Sant Sebastià Tower (88, Passeig de Joan de Borbó). The cable car operates daily, but the service may be affected by the weather (rain, wind, etc.).
Frequency: every 10 minutes.
For further information about Cross-Harbour Cable Car: Torre de Sant Sebastià, Tel. 932 252 718.

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