Guided tours of the impressive Montserrat mountains in Catalonia, departing from the Catalan capital, Barcelona. A variety of tours, including half-day, full-day and multi-day tours that include other sights in the Barcelona area of Catalonia.
All of the tours on this page are from Barcelona. If you're looking for a tour from Costa Brava, check out: Montserrat Guided Tour from Costa Brava (book direct)
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Morning Sightseeing Tour of Montserrat Mountain (Half Day)
After arriving at the Monserrat Mountain, you will visit the Royal Basilica of Montserrat, with the possibility of seeing a performance by the children's choir (depending on when you are there).
On your way back to Barcelona you will make a stop at the harbor, where you may choose to visit the Barcelona Aquarium (entrance fee not included). You have the choice of staying at the harbor or continuing back to your drop-off point with the coach.
This is the shortest and cheapest tour of Montserrat. Scroll down for some combined Montserrat tours (which are often better value).
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Combine Your Montserrat Trip with a Visit to Colonia Guell and the Gaudi Crypt
On the way to Montserrat is Colonia Guell, a 'colony' of modernist housing for the local community that was intended as an experiment in socialism around the turn of the 20th century. Antoni Gaudi designed the crypt.
A visit to Colonia Guell is a must-see stop on the way to Montserrat and is easy to add in to your itinerary.
Read more: Montserrat and Colonia Guell Guided Tour
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Combined Montserrat Tours
Montserrat only needs a half-day, so fill your day with one of these excellent combined tours.
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Hiking in Montserrat Natural Park
There are several hiking routes that start at the Montserrat monastery. However, the guides given out in the tourist office on site are not detailed enough to easily follow the routes by yourself.
Take a hiking tour to get the best out of the beautiful countryside that surrounds Montserrat, including a climb up to the highest point at St. Jerome (4,055 feet or 1,236 metres)
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Fly Over Montserrat and Barcelona
If you're pressed for time and have the money, flying over Barcelona and Montserrat in a helicopter is a spectacular way to see one of the most beautiful parts of Spain in all its glory.