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Red Routes

#488 of 1,154 Tours in Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
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About Red Routes
We are a Spanish comapany that offer guided tour in Barcelona. We have a very exclusive and premium service, offering a wide range of tour in some of the most exlusive cars. We do not rent, we make turistic tours but instead of going by bus, you drive a Ferrari. We think we can perfectly fit on the category of activities on Barcelona, where there are other tours.
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Temer2 wrote a review Oct 2017
Horley, United Kingdom930 contributions331 helpful votes
My parents, husband and I have all visited beautiful Barcelona before but my sister hadn't been and as we only had a day in the City, decided the HOHO bus was the best way for her to experience it. We started at the port as we were on a cruise and took the bus to near Las Ramblas when we had a short lunch break. Then we got the blue route and literally stayed on it for most of it's loop, taking in so many beautiful views and architecture that Barcelona has to offer. Whilst we only had a few hours in the City, this really was a whistlestop tour but my husband and I have previously literally spent a complete day on these buses. A great way of seeing Barcelona in a short period of time, though one of the bus drivers drove aggressively, braking suddenly meaning we all got pushed forward in our seats, and drove too fast round bends - he did slightly spoil it, hence the 4 stars (if I had reviewed based on my previous experience, I would have give 5*). However, still a great way to see a sprawling city.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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sweatshop51 wrote a review Jun 2017
Worland, Wyoming290 contributions80 helpful votes
We were a group of 5 people and found the buses easy to navigate. It was a very busy day and there was a short wait time at Sagrada Familia, Otherwise the buses could accommodate anyone waiting at the stops. It is a great way to see the city. I would suggest buying a ticket for both lines and for 2 days.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Elizabeth L wrote a review Jun 2017
Sarasota, Florida124 contributions35 helpful votes
We took all 3 routes in one day. Best to do the central city and north of the city first and then take the beach route last and stop off at one of the restaurants on the beach and have the best fish dinner ever. What a nice way to end a lovely day. Tiring but well worth doing all 3 lines if you only have a couple of days. Then you will have an idea of what you want to see in more depth.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Paul R wrote a review May 2016
Adelaide, Australia79 contributions12 helpful votes
I've used HO/HO buses in a number of cities. It's often a great way to get your bearings, sweep round all the sites and then stop off at those that attract your attention. It works really well in Barcelona. Both the RED line and BLUE Line circuits will take you about 2 hours each, but they intersect at a couple of points so you can mix and match. Ambivalent about the GREEN line as it stay around the port area. The city is actually well spread out. From La Rambla to Sagreda Familia to Camp Nou to the Parc Montjuic. So taking the bus makes sense. Tickets are well priced. Recommended.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Jonathan B wrote a review Mar 2016
Limassol City, Cyprus529 contributions116 helpful votes
Been to Barcelona several times, but never for a period of time. Decided to use both the Red and Blue bus routes to see as much of the City as possible. We were advised by the Hotel to forego the Green route, as this mainly focussed on the seafront, so we spent a fantastic 3-4 hours sight-seeing all of the City and makin g mental notes of where to go when we return, which we will. I would seriously recommend using the buses to get around the City, take in all the places you want to visit, and then go back to further investigate those things that catch your eyes. Understanding the routes is easy and they are so flexible - its child's play!
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Date of experience: October 2015
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