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  • Location:Barcelona, Spain
  • Duration:40 minutes (approx.)

Barcelona and Montserrat Helicopter Tour

Soar over the spectacular city of Barcelona for a whopping 40-minutes on an exhilarating helicopter tour. Experience the grandeur of Barcelona’s legendary landmarks from a unique perspective as you fly over iconic sights such as Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and the renowned Camp Nou football stadium. Venture to the outskirts of Catalonia to see a sacred Benedictine monastery and admire the scenic curve of the Mediterranean coast and the jagged peaks of the mountain perimeter. 

Highlights

  • Approximately 40-minute sightseeing helicopter flight of Barcelona and Montserrat
  • Fly over Montserrat and its Benedictine monastery
  • See Barcelona's famous attractions, including Park Güell, Castle of Montjuïc Mountain and Camp Nou
  • Amazing views of Gaudi's masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia
  • Choice of two different time ranges throughout the day
  • Departs from Barcelona's downtown heliport

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

You get the chance to settle in and really absorb the spectacular views of Barcelona and Montserrat on this longer helicopter ride. The photo opportunities are priceless!

What You Can Expect

Barcelona and Montserrat Helicopter Tour

Barcelona and Montserrat Helicopter Tour

Make your own way to Barcelona’s downtown heliport and climb aboard a powerful helicopter to see the sprawling city from a unique perspective. Greet your pilot, listen to a brief safety orientation talk then feel your adrenaline surge as the propeller whirs into action. Every seat on the helicopter affords spectacular views of the scenery below. 

Soar through the skies and gaze down at legendary landmarks such as Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia, the famous Camp Nou football stadium and the iconic Olympic Ring. See, too, the World Trade Center, the bustling commercial port, the urban grid of the Eixample and the majestic Castle of Montjuïc. 

Relish the exhilarating altitude as your helicopter begins its journey towards to spectacular scenery of Montserrat, one of Catalonia’s most magnificent mountains. Replete with sacred shrines, the highlight is the Benedictine Monastery of which a helicopter affords incredible views. Glide over the Collserola Park and the Llobregat rive valley and admire unrivalled natural panoramas.  

Return to land after a 40-minute flight and bid your pilot farewell with unforgettable memories. 

Customer Reviews

Pamela G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2014

Brilliant ,would recommend this to anyone you get to see the whole of Barcelona ,the staff are great as well.

Karen B

4 star rating: Recommended May 2015

Helicopter tour itself was amazing views. Was an easy check in and check out process. Helicopters are smaller than some others we have previously taken. The pilot did not say anything during the flight which would have been much better. Having done helicopter flights recently in Hawaii and the Grand Canyon, not having the pilot speak during this one was a def difference in experience. Make sure you have prearranged transportation when exiting the location bc it will be hard to find a taxi close by. You may have to walk back to one of the ports if you don't call ahead. Staff at the location were neither friendly or not friendly. They spoke very little english and we spoke lil spanish. Def would not book the less expensive tour. Monserrat is the highlight of this tour.

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