Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit Barcelona with Irro Charter
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Discover the Top 10 attractions The Barcelona with Irro Charter

Top 10 attractions in The Barcelona with Irro Charter

Visit Barcelona, Catalonia’s capital city located on the Mediterranean Coast in the northeast of Spain. Founded by the Romans and rich in history, Barcelona is one of the hot spot tourist locations in Europe. Irro Charter is your bus rental partner if you plan to explore this famous city, also home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and one of the most flourishing cities in Spain.

Hire a coach with driver in Barcelona and enjoy the architecture, the history, the beautiful beaches, food, music, and nightlife. Whatever you are looking for, your Irro Charter Team will make sure to provide all your transportation needs, such as airport shuttle transfers, full day charter bus rental in Spain, dinner transfers by tour bus, or maybe a tour of Spain for a few days onboard your modern charter bus. Our bus company offers many different charter bus sizes, fitted to your needs. Do you need a mini tour bus for a small family group or a large charter bus for a big group?

What ever you charter bus rental requirements are, you have arrived to the right place at Irro Charter.

In need of some suggestions which landmarks to visit in Barcelona? Please have a look and check out our top 10 places to go to in Barcelona:

The center of Barcelona
  1. La Sagrada Famiglia

    This famous world-renowned Basilica, designed by Antoni Gaudi, is definitely the most important must-see attraction for any Barcelona visitor. Construction started in 1882, and is still in progress. La Sagrada Familia is a UNESCO World Heritage site and known all over the world for its stunning architecture. Our bus company will make sure you arrive safe and sound at this impressive and iconic landmark of Barcelona.
  2. The Font Màgica Fountain

    The Magic Fountain is an attraction you do not want to miss when visiting Barcelona. The Fountain was built in 1929 as part of the 1929 Barcelona World Fair, and it truly is magical to witness the extraordinary show of water, light, and music play in harmony. Located at the southern end of Avinguda Maria Cristina in Montjuïcat district, it is easy to reach with our Irro Charter’s tour bus and charter bus coaches with friendly, helpful drivers. Do not miss out on this chance, with 2,5 million visitors per year cannot be all wrong.
  3. Las Ramblas Street

    The Rambla, or "Las Ramblas", is one of the landmarks of Barcelona, which makes this metropolis stand out from others. The 1.3 km long road, with a pedestrian zone in the middle, is ranging from Plaça Catalunya, the main transport hub in Barcelona to the port. It ends with the highly visible monument of Christopher Columbus. Thereafter, the Rambla del Mar is an extension of the historic Ramblas to the Maremagnum, a shopping centre in the harbor. The Rambla is famous for its street performers and "human statues", as well as for its variety of cafes and restaurants. Visit La Boqueria Food Market as well, and enjoy Catalonian delicacies and a jug of Sangria. Don't drink and drive afterwards, but rely on Irro Charter Bus Company to get you back to your hotel safely.
  4. Barri Gòtic (The Gothic Quarter)

    Dating back to ancient Roman times, the Gothic Quarter has been the centre of Barcelona's secular and spiritual life for 2000 years. Take a few hours to stroll through this intriguing maze of cobblestone streets and discover this stunning traffic-free medieval world. Get a taste of slow local life here, enjoy some tapas and wine, and listen to some Spanish classical guitar music as well. You will find many small boutiques and restaurants there, as well as the Picasso Museum and the Placa del Rei, a square that serves as a location for outdoor concerts occasionally.
  5. Camp Nou and FC Barcelona

    If you are a football addict or not, still the name FC Barcelona will tell you something. Rent a Irro Charter coach and driver to visit the home base of the FC Barcelona, the Camp Nou stadium, for a match and enjoy the thrilling football this team plays frequently. While there, do not forget to pay a visit to FC Barcelona Museum, also you can shop for some brilliant merchandise of this great club.Check out the official website of Camp Nou and FC Barcelona to see more informatione.
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    Street view with beautiful buildings in Barcelona city
  7. Palau de la Música Catalana ( Palace of Catalan Music)

    The concert hall of the Palau is the single one auditorium in Europe to be illuminated by natural light entirely during daylight hours, where 2200 guests can be seated. Designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner and built between 1905 and 1908, this impressive concert hall is a masterpiece of Catalan Art Noveau. It is also an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. Irro Charter will get you there prompt. Find here the link to their official website.
  8. Montjuic Hill and Poble Espanyol Spanish Village

    Montjuic hill is the perfect location to spend few hours or even a full day. Located not far from Barcelona’s port, you can find a lot of parks and landmarks here. Explore Montjuic Castle on the summit, for example, a military fort from the past. Once there you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the city this castle has to offer. The second key attraction on the hill is of course Poble Espanyol, a unique presentation of Spain and Spanish architecture. Built for the 1929 Barcelona World Fair, it became so popular Barcelona declared it a main attraction after the fair had ended. The village offers a huge a number of cafes, clubs, restaurants, and workshops. Check out their official website for more information.
  9. Tibidabo

    A day trip to Tibadabo is a must, especially when you have kids. The hill is 512 metres high and is located in the Serra de Collserola, a few miles outside of Barcelona. The views alone that Tibidabo offers are breathtaking. There is an amusement park on the hill as well, perfect place for a fun trip with the family. While there, do not forget to pay a visit to the Sagrat Cor Church, located directly on the summit. If you like that idea, you can simply rent a coach and driver by Irro Charter for this day trip. Here is the link to there official website.
  10. La Barceloneta

    Fancy a day at the beach? La Barceloneta is a neighborhood situated close to Barcelona's Cruise Port. Enjoy a day at Sant Sebastià Beach, an ideal spot to relax, sunbathe, swim, surf, and mingle with locals. La Barceloneta also offers a wide array of seafood restaurants and tapas bars to get a taste of Catalonian Cuisine. Take a stroll on the promenade lined with palm trees make sure to get a good look at the Marina with its many yachts as well. If that is not enough yet, you can also take a ride on the cable car from the port area up to the hilltop of Montjuïc and enjoy some more breathtaking sights. When the day comes to an end, sit down at the beach and enjoy a cool drink, watching the sun go down and conclude a perfect day.
  11. Park Güell

    Park Güell is a huge stunningly beautiful park which was designed by the famous Antoni Gaudí. Make sure to spare at least few hours to witness all the marvels this colorful surrealistic park has to offer. When you visit the park you will see amazing stone structures, colorful ceramic tiles and the house were Gaudí lived. Created in the early 1900s, Park Güell is wonderfully landscaped and displays architectural elements in Gaudí's signature style. You will see viaducts, grottoes, and winding staircases. On top of that, an impressive terrace offers panoramic views of the city and the sea. Gaudí was in love with this area of the city which is why he had his house built here as well. It is worth to mention that Park Güell is yet another one of Barcelona's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Your Irro Charter’s tour bus driver will pick you up from Barcelona International Airport El-Prat (BCN) or any other location in and around Barcelona to get you to your destination. If you intend to visit Barcelona, hiring your own coach and driver is a relaxing, safe, flexible, and comfortable way to travel. Whether you need to accommodate a large group or just a small family group, as a charter bus rental bus company with more than 40 years of experience, we have the tour bus fleet, drivers, and knowledge to make your trip to Barcelona a full success.

If you need more information or would like to receive an offer, contact our Irro Charter team now.

Karsten von Holten

Karsten von Holten - Author

Bus Charter Expert

Irro Blog

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