So, we initially positioned ourselves in the shade behind the staircase. The children were excited about how the ship started, first went backward, and then turned around. There was a lot to discover in the harbor, so I was bombarded with questions;).
But then we went down a floor to the inside of the boat after the race and treated ourselves to ice cream.
After that, we explored the boat. We were in the back, front, back up again, and… all the way down. Because the boat has a “basement” where you can look into the sea through large windows. The view outside is not really useful because the boat is going too fast, so you only see churning water. Nevertheless, the kids loved it 🤷♀️.
As with the catamaran, you can see Montjuic with the fortress, the W Hotel, the distinctive towers of the former Olympic Hotel from the boat. You can also see the cable car in the harbor, which offers a great view of the city, and of course, the Columbus Statue.
General tip for kids: They should hold on as securely as possible on the boat. Especially at the railing and when climbing stairs – it’s quite wobbly.
Golondrinas Tour 1 hour
EUR 10.50 for adults and children aged 11 and over
EUR 8.50 for students & seniors
EUR 5 for children between 5 and 10 years old
My Rating: 4 stars
Golondrinas Tour 40 minutes
EUR 8 for adults and children aged 11 and over
EUR 7 for students & seniors
EUR 4 for children between 4 and 10 years old
“An excellent and unique way to experience a very nice panoramic view of Barcelona’s urban scenery.” March 2023
Combination with the Zoo etc.:
The Family Fun Pass
Admission Zoo, Admission Magic World Museum and 60 minutes with Golondrinas!
EUR 35 for people from 13 to 64 years
EUR 28 for kids between 11 and 12 years
EUR 23 for kids between 6 and 10 years
EUR 11 for kids between 3 and 5 years
Free for kids under the age of 3