Spring is already here, and in addition to enjoying the flowering of the city's flowers and trees, we also have a few days off for Easter, a perfect time to rediscover Barcelona. We suggest you see the city from a bird's eye view with the Montjuïc Cable Car, which is offering discounted tickets to celebrate the explosion of colours of this season.
How to buy the tickets
The Montjuïc Cable Car gives you a 30% discount on the tickets you buy from March 22 until April 5. To be able to enjoy this reduced price, go to our website and enter the code HOLAPRIMAVERA during the purchase process. It’s that easy! You will have three months to use your tickets and to see, admire and fall in love with Barcelona.
Where to catch the Montjuïc Cable Car
The start of this special route is at the Parc de Montjuïc stop (Avinguda Miramar, 30). After visiting iconic places such as the Joan Miró Foundation, the MNAC and the Poble Espanyol, it’s time to take off and leave the city below your feet.
To get there, you have several options. You can access the Paral·lel metro stop (L2 and L3) and once there connect with the Montjuïc Funicular. The other possibility is to get there by bus, taking lines 55 or 150 (the closest stops are Av Miramar - Estació del Funicular and Av Miramar - Escoles del Bosc).
For these trips by public transport, use your Hola Barcelona Travel Card!
A dizzying route!
View the city from above! Once you leave the Parc de Montjuïc stop and rise above Barcelona, the Cable Car takes you directly to the Montjuïc Castle. When you arrive, stroll through this building from 1660, which offers spectacular panoramic views.
When it’s time to return, we recommend that you get off at the Mirador stop and take a walk through the Mirador de l’Alcalde and the gardens of Miramar, Costa i Llobera, Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer and Joan Brossa, especially now that it’s spring!
‘Menja’t Montjuïc’ (‘Devour Montjuïc’)
If you get hungry after travelling above the city, you’re in the perfect spot. Take the opportunity to discover the restaurants, bars and wineries of one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods at the foot of the mountain of Montjuïc, El Poble-sec.
Also, coinciding with the equinox that marks the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere, the cultural event Arqueotapa takes place between March 28 and April 28. Its aim is to fill the El Poble-sec neighbourhood with archaeological culture through good gastronomy.
For four weeks, 10 carefully selected bars and restaurants in El Poble-sec will offer their own newly created tapas, inspired by the Catalan Museum of Archaeology, the driving force behind this event.
This initiative is part of the cultural project Menja’t Montjuïc (Devour Montjuïc), which aims to link the restaurants of El Poble-sec with the great cultural institutions of Montjuïc. Don’t miss it!
A safe attraction
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Montjuïc Cable Car has reinforced the hygiene and disinfection measures of its cabins and facilities, as well as capacity control and the amount of points where hydroalcoholic gel is available. We remind you that the minimum safety distance from other users must be maintained and that the use of a face mask is mandatory at all times, in both the cabins and the facilities.
And if you take the opportunity to take pictures of this high-altitude event, make sure to share them with everyone on social media with the hashtags #SayHolaBarcelona and #TeleféricodeMontjuïc.