There is so much to see and do in Barcelona that it makes seeing everything almost impossible! Although, there are some things you cannot afford to miss. The “Barceloneta” is a neighbourhood of fishermen and sailors that stretches from the old port to one of the most beautiful beaches of the city. It is an area full of life, with restaurants, terraces, cafes, bars, ice cream parlours and an exquisite view. One of the most noteworthy monuments of La Barceloneta is the Monument of Christopher Columbus, pointing towards the Mediterranean. When you see the view, you’ll understand.
The Montjuïc mountain is also a place worth visiting during your bus trip to Barcelona. At 173 meters above sea level, it offers one of the best views over the city. Here you can visit the Castle of Montjuïc, a military fortress from 1640, or the National Palau, home of the MNAC, filled with some of the most famous works of art. Barcelona was, for many years, home of the famous architect Gaudí, reason why its art is present in many of its buildings. The Palacio Guel, the Casa Batlló or the Sagrada Familia are some of his best works of art. Lovers of art and culture will not be disappointed by their bus trip to Barcelona.