How to get to Montserrat?

We talked the other day to visit Montserrat is something you have to do if you come to spend a few days in Barcelona. And the question that you’ll do is typical: how to get to Montserrat? Well … Because there are several ways to get to Montserrat, we decided to dedicate an entire post to this topic.

Get to Montserrat by ‘Cremallera’, the  most typical option.

Sure you have heard many times about the “Cremallera” of Montserrat. It is a very famous transport here!. The Cremallera railway (zipper) is known by this name because of the shape of the chains that bind the soil and allow access (similar to a zipper).

The Cremallera is caught in Monistrol de Montserrat. Cremallera pass very often (every 20 minutes) and the journey takes 15 minutes. The ticket price is 8.60€ (go and return)

How to get to Montserrat?

And now you may ask yourself. And how do I get to Montserrat Monistrol to catch Cremallera?. You have two options: by car, and you park in a free parking for over 900 seats. Or by train from Barcelona. You take the Ferrocarriles de la Generalitat (FGC) in Plaça Espanya (R5 Line Barcelona-Manresa) running every hour.

Get to Montserrat by bus.

You can catch a bus in Barcelona Street Viriato (next to Sants Estacio). The bus to go to Barcelona Montserrat leaves at 9.15 am and returns from Montserrat at 5 PM (October to May) and at 6 pm (rest of year).
The price of going by coach to Montserrat is € 4.75 each way and can get information at 93 261 58 58.

Get to Montserrat by car.

If you are one of those who do not separate yourself from your car, or you bring your new car to bless Montserrat, do not worry. Montserrat has a car park to get there in your private vehicle. The first two hours of parking are free of Montserrat. From the third hour costs € 5.50.

Get to Montserrat by teleférico.

If you like heights, do not miss the experience of coming to Montserrat cable car (better known as the Aeri de Montserrat).

How to get to Montserrat?

Montserrat cable car was opened in 1930, makes a journey of 1,350 m with an average speed of 5 m / s. During the trip (5 minutes) you can admire the magnificent scenery and glimpse some of the splendid monuments of monumental Rosario. Every 15 minutes there is a cabin. The round trip ticket is priced at 10 €.

Get to Montserrat on foot.

If you love the mountains, hiking or like walking, climbing to Montserrat walk is also a great choice. There are several ways and shortcuts to Montserrat walk, always departing from Monistrol Montserrat (remember that there you can get there by car and free parking). The official website of Montserrat will detail each of the routes:  Montserrat, how to arrive on foot

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