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Routes & Map

The Hop On Hop Off Bus has three routes to choose from: Blue RouteRed RouteGreen Route

The Blue and Red Lines run the whole year and are approximately two hours long. The Green Line is available from April to November and is about forty minutes long.

Each route allows you to hop on and off the Bus Turistíc bus at as many stops as you like and stay at that stop for as long as you like, just hopping back on the next bus when it comes along.

You can even change routes at one of the stops where the routes overlap, so you can see which sights you want to see, in a personalized route. There are 44 stops in total, all of which can be seen with the purchase of just one ticket.

The Blue Route

The Blue Route has a total of twelve stops, which overview some of Barcelona’s most important cultural sites, form the Sagrada Familia to the Futbol Club Barcelona stadium.

While you can choose to remain on the bus and just get a passing view of each of these locations, we definitely recommend stepping off and exploring each stop, as many of these locations allow visitors a unique look at Barcelona culture and architecture.

Total time: About two hours, depending on how long you stay at each stop.
Stops: The Blue Route includes some of Barcelona’s most famous and well-loved stops, including:

  • Plaça Catalunya – The main square in the heart of Barcelona
  • Casa Batlló – The famous dragon-inspired house from Gaudí. His other building, Casa Milá/La Pedrera is just a short walk away.
  • Passeig de Gracia – Barcelona´s high-end shopping street.
  • Sagrada Familia – A church with an epic history and just as epic design.
  • Park Guëll – A unique park, offering great views of the city.
  • Tranvía Blau – From here you can visit the Tibidabo amusement park.
  • Camp Nou Stadium – The home of FC Barcelona.
  • And many, many more!

The Red Route

The Red Route has a total of twenty-one stops and is the most intensive of our routes, allowing visitors to see as much of Barcelona as possible.

Many of the stops on this route are interactive, meaning it’s best to plan a little extra time into your tour in case you want to stick around an get a better sense of one of the sights or activities you’ll be encountering on this route.

Total time: About two hours, depending on how long you stay at each stop.
Stops: The Red Route has the most stops of any of our routes, overlapping some of the best stops from both the Blue and Green Routes, including:

  • Barrio Gótico – The heart of Barcelona. Get off here to visit the Picasso Museum and Palau de la Música.
  • Port Olimpíc – With its many beach bars, lounges and restaurants.
  • Port Vell – Shopping mall right at the end of the Ramblas.
  • Montjuic – Enjoy the spectacular views from this hill.
  • Poble Espanyol – Learn more about Spanish traditions at this small village.
  • And many, many more!

The Green Route

Available from April to November, the Green route takes you along Barcelona´s coastline with its city beaches, shopping centers and bars and restaurants.

Not only is the drive along the water beautiful, the stops on this route will give you a real overview of the beauty of this city, as well as its cultural and historical significance. The Port Olimpíc stop overlaps with the Red Route, so it’s easy to do both in one day!

Total time: About forty minutes, depending on how long you stay at each stop

Stops: The Green Route takes you up the beach to see some of Barcelona’s most beautiful locations, both natural and manmade, including:

  • Port Olymíc – Beach bars, lounges, shops and a long promenade make this the ideal stop for an afternoon break.
  • Parc Diagonal Mar – City park with a shopping centre nearby.
  • Platja del Bogatell – One of Barcelona´s city beaches.
  • Forum – Festival and events area.
  • And more!