Tidigt inträde till Montserrat-klostret från Barcelona
Följ med på en guidad rundtur i klostret Santa Maria de Montserrat innan rusningen och beundra den vackra arkitekturen från gotiken och renässansen. Få insikt om andligheten som klostret är berömt för och hör hur det kan kopplas till Kataloniens färgstarka kultur. Se dess vackra atrium och sakristian och få en uppskattning av talangen hos sångare, kompositörer och lärare genom den förklarande, audiovisuella presentationen av kören.
Upptäck dess antika historia och rika arv under ett besök på museet i Montserrat. Utforska gallerier och korridorer och lär om förlusterna som regionen kände av under Napoleonkrigen. Upptäck arkeologiska fynd som talar om påverkan från Cypern, Egypten, Mesopotamien och Palestina och förundras över 1200- till 1700-talsmålningar av kända konstnärer som Berruguete, Caravaggio, El Greco och Morales. Sedan åker du tillbaka till Barcelona för att avsluta rundturen.
- Professionell guide
- Licensprovning (om det ingår i ditt alternativ
- Entré/inträde - Abadia de Montserrat
- Entré/inträde - Montserrat Museum
- Mat och dryck
- Hotell pickup och drop-off
- En bekräftelse skickas vid bokningstillfället
- Observera att inklusionerna är olika för varje alternativ. Vänligen läs noggrant de inkluderingar av det alternativ du har valt.
- Observera att det går att komma fram till klostret efter soluppgången, beroende på årstiden. Även starttiden är olika beroende på säsong.
- Observera: Alla turer körs både på engelska och spanska
Our guide Gabby was amazing. She gave us history on Barcelona as well as Montserrat. The lines to see the Black Madonna were forming an hour after we arrived (we had no wait). Don't expect to see Monks walking around as we were told that is a rare site. We were back before noon so still had a 1/2 day to see more in Barcelona.
My sister and I very much enjoyed the bus ride, the guide's commentary, the views and the Monastery itself. It was a pleasure not to have to wade through crowds of people. My only regret is that there wasn't time for us to do a walk, and we barely had time to see the art gallery, which didn't open till 10 am. We were practically running to find the exit as we were supposed to be back at our bus at 10:30 am. It was worth it to miss the crowds, but this tour would have been better had it been an hour or even half an hour longer.
excellent trip but needed at least an hour more there to enjoy all the attractions. we were rushed and wanted to visit more of monserrat but had no time
Montserrat monastery is a beautiful place. The early morning access means that you get to the monastery before the crowds to see it at its best. We had about 3 hours to visit, with an hour long coach trip either side. The guide took you to the church and the statue of the 'black virgin' and gave you some information on it and then left you to your own devises. We had time to walk to a cross on the mountain along a lovely wide path which took approx 20 mins each way but gave amazing vies back of the monastery. The funicular does not open until 10 am and we had to be at coach back at 10.30 so did not have the chance for this which is the only downside.
I thought we were going to watch the sunrise at Montserrat but the sun was well up almost before the bus began our one hour journey there. We did get to see the black Madonna without having to queue, but nothing else opens until 10am and we were asked to be ready to leave for home by 11.15. I went up on the funicular's first run at 10.20 but barely had time to look around at the top before catching the 11am one down again, and I was still late for the bus. Other people walked to the Cross viewpoint lower down but they too said they'd had no time to look at the museum or even collect their complimentary drink. On the way back, several passengers would have liked to pause for a few seconds to take pictures at one of the several spectacular viewpoints, but we were told there wasn't time. Montserrat is beautiful, and there is quite a lot to see, but it's not possible to do it justice on this quick tour. However, having said all that and while knowing that if I went again, I'd get a train, I have to admit that if it hadn't been for the convenience if this tour, I probably wouldn't have got there at all.
This is a wonderful place to visit. The skip the line early start was well worth it! The one draw back is the time allowed. We raced from one site to another and felt that we really missed a lot. I would recommend the travel site add an additional 1-1-1/2 hours to the trip. It would be much appreciated. Given that, we thoroughly enjoyed Montserrat. The short hikes were amazing and worth the effort.
I'm glad we did the early access tour to Monserrat Monastery, no lines to see the Black Madonna.We had plenty of time to walk around and ride the funicular. Our tour guide was very nice and very knowledgeable of the place. I highly recommend this tour
This tour was amazing. Our guide allowed us to stop for breakfast despite it being quite an early trip. She also ensured that we would make it before the place became overcrowded allowng us able to enjoy the beautiful scenery uninterrupted. The timing was perfect as we were above the clouds while the sun was rising.
My family and I went on this tour and Martina was our tour guide. The bus was clean and comfortable and we are so happy we did the early tour because what the other reviews say are true - it gets SO crowded at Montserrat as the day goes on. We got there before everyone else so we didn't have to wait in the line for anything. After the tour of the monastery, we took a quick 20 minute hike up the hill to see the most stunning views of Montserrat. A half day is the perfect amount of time to spend there. Martina was an excellent tour guide. She was so knowledgeable and friendly and made our trip extra special. Highly recommend this excursion!