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Hiking in Barcelona

Land of history, culture and natural landscapes facing the Mediterranean Sea

Barcelona is a beautiful city in Catalonia, Spain, located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, about 120 km from the Pyrenees. It is not only one of the most populated and famous cities in Europe, with countless cultural, culinary and historical walks. Barcelona is also a strategic meeting point for hikers who seek to get away from the crowds and explore nearby wild and natural places. Montserrat is one of the most popular destinations near Barcelona: it is a massif with interesting places to visit as sanctuaries and monasteries. For those looking for a Mediterranean experience, Costa Brava is a must, right on the border with France. As you can see, Barcelona has a great variety of hiking options. Take a pick from our selection of guided trips below.

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Barcelona

One in five inhabitants of Barcelona is foreign. In addition, Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in Europe, which makes it a meeting point for many of the world's cultures. This feature is perfectly combined with the simplicity and natural solitude of its surroundings: mountains, national parks, ocean and rock formations.


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Best time to visit

All year round, although especially from May to September


The majority of Barcelona's population speaks Spanish and Catalan

How to get there

Being such a tourist city, you can get there by plane from any country, by train from other European cities, and even by boat if you come from the Balearic Islands (you can take your car on board)


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