Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Barcelona Hop-on Hop Off Tour: North to South Route. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
long queue on first day, but those manageing the queue did so very efficiently and it moved quickly. commentary was good and informative and lots of buses on the route
These are great ways to see a city. This particular tour offered 2 routes, both of which took almost 2 hours to do the circle. The Red/South route is definitely the best route of the two. We bought a 2-day pass, which I highly recommend since they are both so lengthy. Our first day was cold and rainy, so we stayed on the bus, The second was a great sunny day. We extended on to the first stop of the Green route extension of the Red route to see the beaches and have lunch. Rather than finish the green line, we walked the 5 or so blocks back to the red route...it worked perfectly. I highly recommend this one.
Excellent way to move around the city and decide where to get off with multiple transfer points.
The bus ran often, about every 10 minutes, and took you to all the places you needed to go. It was a good way to get an overview of the city.
Excellent but unfortunately it rained and two buses turned up with no roof cover. The commentary was very good and very unobtrusive
Highly recommend taking this hop on hop off bus around Barcelona. We were going to book a tour to go to all this sites but this way is so much better! You can go at your own pace and only see what you really want to. I just bought separate tickets for the places we wanted to go in. Plus it takes you to so many places you wouldn't get to see on a tour. Totally, 100% the way to go when in Barcelona!!
Bus tour was briiliant, covered all the places we needed to visit, would recommend if you go to Barcelona, you need to book this bus tour.
Excellent value for money and the staff are really helpful and friendly.
Very good value as the ticket is usable on all three hop-on/off routes. One day not enough.