Barcelona Night Tour Bus: Barcelona's attractions, at night

After two summers without it, the Barcelona Night Tour Bus is coming back, which will let you visit the city and its most emblematic places at night. Do not miss it and book your ticket through Hola Barcelona.

Barcelona lit at night / Photo: Bearfotos via Freepik

Barcelona, the city that never sleeps

Barcelona is a city that stands out for the amount of activities that it has to offer, both in the morning or at night, the streets of the city never sleep. 

In this way, taking advantage of the long-awaited return to normality after the pandemic, the Barcelona Night Tour Bus comes back to the city this summer after two years of stoppage. 

The Barcelona Night Tour Bus is special since it lets you see the city and its most emblematic places with a nighttime perspective, without the characteristic bustle of the central hours of the day.    

The Barcelona Bus Turístic driving in front of Casa Batlló, work of Antoni Gaudí
The Arc de Triomf was built in 1888 as the main entrance to the Exposició Universal de Barcelona / Photo: Bearfotos via Freepik
The Casà Milà, also known as La Pedrera, is work of Antoni Gaudí and it was built between 1906 and 1910 / Photo: Bearfotos via Freepik

The night is magical

The service will be available from July 1st to September 4th. Moreover, the guided tour on the convertible double-decker bus will have two departing schedules from plaça de Catalunya, depending on the desired language: at 9:30 pm and at 9:45 pm.

It is a very special service, since it offers a two-hour nighttime guided tour through the most emblematic and well-known buildings of the city: Casa Batlló, la Pedrera, Sagrada Família, Torre Glòries, Monument de Colom and Poble Espanyol, among others.

Hola Barcelona's service offers an absolutely personalized attention and in three different languages (catalan, spanish and english) and it stands out for being the only in which the on-board guides are official informants of Turisme de Barcelona.

Enjoy the lit facades of the most emblematic buildings, the light and the street colors, under a sky full of stars. Enjoy the magic of the night with the Barcelona Night Tour Bus!

    Work of Ramon Reventós, the Torres Venecianes were built under the occasion of the Exposició Internacional de Barcelona de 1929 / Photo: Bearfotos via Freepik
    After 140 years, the Sagrada Família temple, Antoni Gaudí's masterpiece, is still under construction / Photo: Ken Cheung via Unsplash

    Join the contest and win a double invitation

    Taking advantage of the comeback of the service, join the contest that will take place at the beginning of July through our social networks and win a double invitation for the Barcelona Night Tour Bus. In order to be one of the chosen, you only have to mention in the comment section the person with whom you would like to share this magical route. Do not hesitate and participate!