The card also includes priority access, so you won’t have to queue for any of the landmarks and museums comprised in the pass. Moreover, there are also discounts for some of Barcelona’s bars, restaurants and stores.
You can add a Hola BCN! travel card to your Barcelona Pass if you want to move around the city on public transport. You’ll enjoy unlimited journeys during the validity of your Pass.
Attractions included in the Barcelona Pass
These are just some of the 15 attractions included in this tourist pass:
The Barcelona Pass
- La Pedrera – Casa Milá
- Poble Espanyol
- Casa Batlló
- Las Golondrinas Boat Cruise
- Museu d’Història de Catalunya
- Hospital de la Santa Creu i Santa Pau
- Barcelona Hop on Hop off Sightseeing bus
- Camp Nou Experience
You will be given a free 180-page guidebook full of information on the main places to visit in the city.
Barcelona Pass Prices
Visitors can either purchase a 2, or 3 day pass depending on how many days you spend in the capital of Catalonia.
|2 days||€ 99.99 (US$ 121.10)||€ 67.99 (US$ 82.30)|
|3 days||€ 119.99 (US$ 145.30)||€ 79.99 (US$ 96.80)|
|2 days + transport||€ 115.20 (US$ 139.50)||€ 83.20 (US$ 100.70)|
|3 days + transport||€ 142.20 (US$ 172.20)||€ 102.20 (US$ 123.70)|
Is the Barcelona Pass worth it?
The cheapest Barcelona Pass costs € 99.99 (US$ 121.10), which means that you would have to visit at least 5 of the most expensive landmarks included in the Pass to make it worthwhile. In our opinion it is unlikely you’ll have enough time to do so in such a short amount of time, so, we do not think it worthwhile for most tourists. If you are interested in purchasing the Barcelona Pass, we suggest you check out the prices of each attraction you want to go to and then calculate if it is cheaper to get the card or to pay for each place individually.
Where to purchase the Barcelona Pass?
The Barcelona Pass is available online and you can collect it in Barcelona for free in the Redemption Centre in the city.