Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour
See all the Barcelona highlights in a single day!
From ancient remains of Roman walls to the still-under-construction Sagrada Familia, you’ll get to see all of the Barcelona highlights on this fully-accessible tour! In the morning you’ll drive to see the modernistic sights found in the Eixample district, on top of the Montjuic hill, and elsewhere.
Your afternoon on this Barcelona accessible guided tour will be spent walking/rolling through the winding streets of medieval Barcelona and along the world famous Las Ramblas boulevard!
If you’d like a shorter tour, the Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour takes a half day and uses a wheelchair accessible vehicle to visit many of the sights. Another option is the Medieval Barcelona Accessible Walking Tour which visits many of the Gothic quarter sights in a half-day.
– Montjuïc Hill and Olympic facilities
– Plaça Espanya
– Gran Via street
– Passeig de Gràcia (Barcelona’s most elegant avenue)
– Arenas and Monumental bullrings
– Triumphal Arch
– Barcelona harbor
– Sagrada Familia
– Gothic Quarter
– Barcelona Cathedral
– Plaça del Rei
– Exterior of Generalitat Palace and City Hall
– Former Royal Palace
– Sant Jaume square
– Ribera District
– Santa Maria del Mar
– Former Jewish Quarter
– Las Ramblas boulevard
– Pedestrian and shopping streets
The Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour has a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free, and it encounters very few hills and cobblestones. It did not receive a 5 star rating because it does involves walking/rolling between the sites in the afternoon. If you would like a 5 star accessible tour, you can choose the Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour.
Transportation on this accessible guided tour of Barcelona is provided by a van with a wheelchair ramp and wheelchair tie-downs.
The walking portion of this Barcelona accessible guided tour uses routes that are proven to be wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly. The tour routes use sidewalk ramps (like those shown in the photo on the left) and, where possible, avoid Barcelona cobblestones (like those shown on the right).
The Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour will bring you to Montjuïc Hill which hosted the 1929 International Exposition. On Montjuïc, you will see the Palau Nacional, the 1929 stadium used in the 1992 Olympics, and some incredible views of Barcelona’s city and harbor. All sites and viewpoints on the tour are accessible for disabled visitors.
The Plaça de Espanya is one of the most beautiful plazas in Barcelona and will be visited on this driving tour.
Gaudi’s Batllo house (shown in the photo on the left) and his Milà house (shown in the photo on the right) will be viewed during your drive along Passeig de Gracia.
The Sagrada Familia church is one of the most impressive and unique churches in the world and will be viewed on this Barcelona accessible guided tour. This church has been under construction since it’s groundbreaking in 1882. There’s still a long way to go but it is unlike anything you’ve ever seen! Your tour guide will explain the history and significance of the church. Due to the potential for long lines, you will need to visit the interior of the church on a separate occasion.
An optional visit to the Picasso Museum is possible on this accessible guided tour of Barcelona. Your visit will utilize wheelchair ramps and elevators to see the exhibits.
The Areanas bullring (shown in the photo on the left) and the Triumphal Arch (shown below on the right) are two sights you’ll see on the Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour.
This accessible Barcelona guided tour will include a visit to the gothic-style Barcelona Cathedral that was built over 500 years ago. When you visit the Barcelona Cathedral located in the Gothic Quarter, you will avoid the steps (shown on the left) and use the wheelchair accessible entrance (shown on the right).
The Plaça del Rei (shown in the photo on the left)is a 14th century medieval public square that you will visit on the Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour. You will also see the 600 year old Generalitat Palace (shown in the photo on the right) which houses the presidency of Catalunya.
During your visit to Sant Jaume square, wheelchair users will be able to use the smooth path located in between the cobblestones.
This Barcelona accessible guided tour uses wheelchair accessible routes through the winding streets of the Ribera district and visits the The Santa Maria del Mar church which was built at the height of Catalonia’s maritime and mercantile preeminence in the 14th century.
During your visit to Las Ramblas boulevard you’ll use accessible sidewalks to see street performers, sidewalk vendors, and cafés.
The Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour visits many pedestrian and shopping streets with small restaurants and boutiques. Handicapped accessible routes are used at all times.
Tour duration: 8 hours
Cost: 1015 euro for 1-2 people, 1040 euro for 3-4 people, and 1090 euro for 5-6 people.
* 50 euro off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
* 20 euro off if booked as part of an accessible Barcelona travel package.
Days of the week the tour is offered: Every day of the week
Meet-up time: 9 am
Meet-up place: Cruise dock or accessible hotel lobby
Dress code: None
Maximum number of people on tour: 1 wheelchair user + 3 other people can fit in the van
Entrance tickets:Picasso Museum offers free entrance to disabled clients. Able-bodied visitors can expect to pay 11 Euros per person. Sagrada Familia offers free entrance to disabled clients as well as 1 accompanying person/helper. Other able-bodied visitors can expect to pay 15 Euros per person. Barcelona Cathedral is 6 Euros per person.
Cancellation policy: 80% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, and no refund with less than 4 days notice. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, and gratuities.
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