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At Port Vell, we were told the wait would be 30-40 minutes, but we actually waited over 90 minutes. Luckily they supply umbrellas and misting fans while waiting on line as it was very hot. The actual trip was beautiful and peaceful. Everyone has a...More
We paid 11 euros each to go one way on this aerial experience crossing from Montjuic to the port. About 20 of us were in the cab but we got a place in the middle and couldn’t really get the full views. However the 10...More
When are are anywhere near the water in Barcelona you can see the Transborador going back and forth over the harbor. It is just as stunning when you are in it as you would imagine it to be.
Be prepared to wait in line for...More
I bought a round trip ticket for 16.5 Euro (relatively expensive). From the time I got in line on harbor side until I was in a cable car was just over an hour. Car holds 17 to 18 people. Once I got to the hotel...More
We got on near the beach for a one way ride €11 each or €16 return to the mountain. The views are lovely even from the tower where you queue up.
We did have to wait a while in the queue but it was worth...More
This is my second time on this cable car. It costs €16.50 return. Only one lift was working and on a Sunday afternoon you have to patiently queue to buy a ticket, wait for the lift, then on the high platform at the port end...More
I don't know if China Myeville has been effectively inspired by these cable line towers, but from a distance they looked precisely like Perdido Street station to me. What an architectural feat! Great fun to (sort of) step inside the famous novel! A truly vintage...More
You have to make a line and wait. It was 11 euros for one way. The ride was steady and nice. The views were nice. You need passport or ID to pay with credit card. Only place to ask besides the money exchange. It takes...More
Originally a fisherman’s quarter, this quaint area can’t escape its small village feel: laundry hanging over the narrow streets, old ladies clamoring at each other from their balconies and elder gentlemen playing games on short wooden benches gossiping the day away, Barceloneta could double as a film set. Artists line the boardwalk displaying their magnificently detailed sand structures making this the most visited beach in
the city (the shirtless men working out might help too). You’ll know by the delicious aroma that you're in the right place to try some of the best and most authentic seafood including paella, Spain’s national dish.
I can’t say for sure but I don’t th8nk you can. I believe that is why our travel agent bought tickets for the wrong cable car. You can email them and ask. I am not able to connect an email address here, but it is on the... More
I can’t say for sure but I don’t th8nk you can. I believe that is why our travel agent bought tickets for the wrong cable car. You can email them and ask. I am not able to connect an email address here, but it is on the website.