Going to Monserrat requires a day trip if you really want to spend time when you are up to the mountain, and to visit the monastery. It is worth visiting so have fun. :)
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The view is amazing, only thing is that it is always crowded with tourists. If one is visiting Montserrat without planing for a hike, it is not that special. The hiking routes are great.
My son and I went on tour to Spain through Gate 1 Travel. We went to Madrid, Toledo, Barcelona and Valladolid. All the places we went to are so beautiful, but our visit to Montserrat was the most memorable. We signed up on a half-day...More
Came here with friends and had a private tour. This is about an hour south of the city but a very important place in the history of Catalonia. The architecture is ancient and beautifully done. And this is an important religious pilgrimage spot.
Early access EXCLUSIVE tours don't live up to their name. On arrival there was a group already INSIDE. In saying that the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey was beautiful. It's best known for enshrining the Black Virgin and the famous Boys Choir. A MUST see...More
We took afternoon trip to Montserrat with 2 of our children (7-10).Booked on line, so did not know what to expect, and we all were pleasantly surprised. Guide took us on the the journey of history all the way till we reached Montserrat (45 min...More
We first visited Montserrat in 2009, this is the first time we have been able to get back. this time it was warmer we rely enjoyed the visit. when we go back any were we can always find things we've missed on the previous time....More
My husband and I took a day to visit this beautiful, history monastery in the mountains about 40 minutes from Barcelona. It's a beautiful spot. On the day we visited, it was quite foggy, and so outdoor panoramic views were not possible. The fog, however,...More
One of the must in your visit to Barcelona is a one day tour -though can be done in half day also- to the Montserrat mountain. A peaceful and relaxing visite to the monastery and the cathedral and also enjoy of the mountain and the...More