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Let us take you to the best terrace roofs and high points of Barcelona and show you the city’s highlights from a different perspective! Enjoy Montjuïc sceneries and discover Tibidabo where you will visit city’s highest viewpoint – The Collserola Tower!
You’ll never know Barcelona’s complete beauty until you don’t marvel at the city from its most wonderful terrace places! You will enjoy 360° panoramic views which will reveal to you the most important landmarks in one viewing: Sagrada Família, L’Eixample neighborhood, Torre Agbar, the Olímpic Port, Montjuïc hill and, of course, the Mediterranean Sea.
The tour starts with Plaça Espanya square where you will make your first stop at the beautiful terrace of the National Museum of Art of Catalоnia (MNAC). This viewpoint will offer you a stunning panorama of the city’s skyline, especially of the imposing monuments around the Plaça Espanya. Continue with a scenic tour around the Montjuïc hill, overlooking one of the most picturesque parts of Barcelona: the lively old port with the Columbus monument. Stop for photos at Europa Square, the place where the Olympic Games were held in 1992, and admire the Calatrava Tower.
You will leave Montjuïc green area and proceed to city’s highest point, the hill of Tibidabo. When you get to the top of this magical place, you will be stunned by the scenery! Here you can admire the entire city in all its glory. This green mountain houses the city’s biggest amusement park and the church of the Sacred Heart (Sagrat Cor). Ascend to the Tibidabo balcony where you can relax and relish Barcelona’s beauty.
To finish the tour, we have prepared for you a special visit to the highest viewpoint of Barcelona: The Collserola Tower. This amazing architectural structure, designed by Norman Foster, was built in 1991 to cover the need of telecommunications services during the Olympic Games. When you arrive at the observation desk, which is located at 560 meters above sea level, you will be able to enjoy the most spectacular and unique panoramas of the city and its surroundings. In a good weather conditions the view can reach up to 70 km and you can even admire the Montserrat Mountain. This is what is called “like a bird’s eye view”!