Montjuic Cable Car
Montjuic Cable Car
Montjuic Cable Car
Unmatched City Views: The Montjuïc Cable Car provides unparalleled views of Barcelona's most iconic landmarks. From the Sagrada Familia to the Camp Nou and the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc.
Historical Journey: The cable car journey culminates at Montjuïc Castle, a mountain top site that serves as a living testament to Barcelona's rich history. This experience adds a historical touch to your scenic adventure.
Direct and Convenient Route: The Montjuïc Cable Car offers a hassle-free journey from Parc Montjuïc directly to Montjuïc Castle, with no intermediate stops, making it a convenient mode of transport for tourists.
Flexible Return Options: On the return journey, you have the flexibility to stop at the Mayor's viewpoint, offering another opportunity to soak in the city's stunning vistas before returning to Montjuïc Park.
From the Montjuïc Cable Car, you can admire the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona's iconic basilica designed by Antoni Gaudí. Its unique architecture, intricate details, and imposing towers make it a standout sight in the cityscape, offering a distinct visual treat during your aerial journey.
The Montjuïc Cable Car offers a bird's-eye view of Camp Nou, home to the world-renowned FC Barcelona. As one of the largest football stadiums globally, its impressive size and structure provide a captivating sight for sports enthusiasts and architecture lovers alike.
The Magic Fountain is a spectacular display of color, light, motion, music, and water acrobatics. While it's best experienced up close during its nighttime performances, the view from the cable car offers a unique perspective on this popular attraction.
s your journey culminates, you'll get a glimpse of Montjuïc Castle. Perched atop the Montjuïc hill, this historic fortress is a symbol of Barcelona's past, and its distinct structure is an impressive sight to behold from the cable car.
January to February: 10 AM to 6 PM
March to May: 10 AM to 7 PM
June to September: 10 AM to 9 PM
October: 10 AM to 7 PM
November to December: 10 AM to 6 PM
Special Hours: n December 25, January 1 and 6, from 10 AM to 2:30 PM.
Address: Avinguda Miramar, 30, 08038 Barcelona, Spain | Find On Map
The Montjuïc Cable Car starts from Montjuïc Park, conveniently located near various transportation options.
By Metro + Funicular: To reach Montjuïc Park, take the L2 or L3 metro line and get off at Paral·lel station. From there, you can take the funicular up to Montjuïc Park.
By Bus: Bus routes 55 and 150 stop at Av. Miramar - Funicular Station, a short walk away from Montjuïc Park.
By Hop On Hop Off Barcelona: If you want to explore more of Barcelona, consider the Hop On Hop Off Barcelona bus. The Red Route covers the Gothic Quarter and Montjuïc, the Blue Route focuses on Gaudí, and the Green Route takes you to the beach and Port Olímpic. Get off at the appropriate stop for Montjuïc.
The Montjuïc Cable Car is designed with a range of accessibility facilities and features to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all visitors:
Budget Hotels: Hotel Barcelona Central, Hotel Europa, Hotel Sant Jordi
Mid-range hotels: Hotel Catalonia Ramblas, Hotel Arts Barcelona, Hotel Gran Vía 83
Luxury hotels: Hotel W Barcelona, Hotel Mandarin Oriental, Hotel Ritz Barcelona
You can buy Montjuïc Cable Car tickets online.
Montjuïc Cable Car tickets cost €15 for adults, €11 for children (4-12), and free for children under 3.
The Montjuïc Cable Car is open from 10am to 8pm, 7 days a week.
During the ride, you can enjoy panoramic views of iconic Barcelona landmarks, including the Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou, the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc, and Montjuïc Castle, among others.
If you prefer quieter moments with fewer crowds, the early morning right after opening can be a great time to go. The morning light also makes for some beautiful photos. An evening ride, particularly around sunset, can offer stunning views of the city as it transitions from day to night.
There are many things to see and do at the top of Montjuïc. You can visit the Montjuïc Castle, the Joan Miró Foundation, the Olympic Stadium, and the Botanical Garden. You can also enjoy the views of Barcelona from the top of the hill.