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Carretera de Les Aigues

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Admission tickets for Park Güell, one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions, typically sell out quickly; however, by buying tickets online in advance, you can guarantee entry, avoid the long lines, and save time on the day. Instead of queueing in the heat, explore Park Güell—including the Dragon Staircase, Hypostyle Room, and more—at your own pace.
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Tara D wrote a review Sep 2018
Barcelona, Spain16 contributions2 helpful votes
Amazing views and scenery. Nice walk for escaping the city for a few hours. Don’t be effraid to take the dirt/off tracks!!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Ricardo A wrote a review Jan 2018
Brussels, Belgium148 contributions25 helpful votes
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We came with a friend who lives in Barcelona, and the trip is worth it if you are staying many days in town. The difficulty level is really low, for beginners. You really don't need yo be an experienced hiker and can come with friends and family. You can see all Barcelona from above.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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manuela_oregon wrote a review Jul 2017
Portland, Oregon144 contributions16 helpful votes
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If you want to see the beauty and size of the city from above, this hike must not be missed! We were blown away by the stunning views of the city for most of the length of the trail. We walked approximately 3/4 of it as we had to head back since the kids got tired of walking. It was a very hot day (30 C or 86F), but we had lots of water with us and sunscreen. There are water fountains along the trail and wonderful spots to take pictures. Parking was a breeze, there were only one other car when we arrived at the trail head around one pm (on a Wednesday). There's also a cable car running up the hill (which we did not ride). We saw many runners and bikers who were not bothered by the heat. The trail itself is very accessible and could be walked in flip-flops. No rocks or other obstacles. Highly recommended!!!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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LucDevroye wrote a review Jun 2017
Montreal139 contributions56 helpful votes
This 20km path follows the mountains to Barcelona's north, and can be accessed from just about anywhere in the city. Locals use it for walking, hiking, jogging, and mountain biking. Located in a protected park, there are fantastic views of the city around every corner. If I lived in Barcelona, I would be on that trail every day.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Pelias M wrote a review Apr 2017
Barcelona, Spain893 contributions442 helpful votes
If you're a runnity fan, it's a very good place to go. Try not do it sundays or after 17h, because there're a lot of local people.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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