Barcelona City-Sightseeing Tour

Hello lovely travellers!

I’ve been offered a 10% off code to share with you all, to use on the Barcelona City Sightseeing Tours.

This is the first tour we did when we got to Barcelona and was a perfect way to see the city quickly.


Book the best way to visit Barcelona with City Sightseeing. Our tour covers 3 routes to explore everything from the most medieval to the most modern atmospheres in Barcelona across 40 stops. Enjoy being overwhelmed by the view of Antoni Gaudi’s most outstanding works of art, admire the medieval architecture of the Gothic Quarter and the architectural splendour and modern luxury brands in Passeig de Gracia, and top it all up with a relaxing swim in the Mediterranean beaches or a visit to the vibrant Futbol Club Barcelona. City Sightseers get to see and do it all!


  • 1 or 2 Days Unlimited Hop-on Hop-off  bus tour with 360-degree panoramic views of Barcelona’s top sights
  • Multilingual audio guides in 16 different languages featuring native speakers & Free Wi-Fi on-board
  • More than 200 € in discounts to enjoy Barcelona’s best attractions, sights & shopping opportunities.
  • No queues in high season: Our exclusive red buses run every 5 minutes so you don’t have to wait.
  • Access to 3 bus tour routes & 40 stops across Barcelona.

Read more about the routes here.

Coupon : CJREF
Description : 10% Discount coupon for Hop on Hop Off Services
Valid until the 31st of March
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