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Barcelona Day Trip to Montserrat | Is it worth visiting in Barcelona?
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A day trip to Montserrat from Barcelona is always a wonderful idea. There is so much to do and to see, from visits to the monastery, to hiking, and the mountain offers incredible views.
Only an hour outside of Barcelona it is one of the best day trips. In this video I give you some options of how to get there and a sample itinerary of what to do at Montserrat to help you better plan your trip to from Barcelona, so you can decide for yourself.
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Montserrat Spain - The BEST day trip from BARCELONA
Montserrat Spain. An incredible place just a short day trip from Barcelona.
With a monastery on a mountain, a 90-year-old cable car, a funicular train, and stunning views. This place is a must-visit.
We were blown away by the amazing walks and scenery of Montserrat. If you didn't know this place was here, it would be easy to walk right past it!
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Montserrat is one hour from Barcelona but bit of a hidden gem. Although plenty of tourists visit the monastery, the walking routes are very quiet. This place has a fascinating history with Napoleon and Himmler paying it a visit. Himmler specifically came looking for the holy grail which he believed would give him supernatural powers. It is easy to get here from Barcelona and a perfect day trip. We sleep in our car again and find out that many truck stops have showers to use for a small fee, a great budget travel hack.
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10 Best Day Trips From Barcelona
Barcelona is a magnificent city that you can get lost in for days, but just outside of it, there are so many other amazing places to visit throughout Catalonia, from stunning coastal destinations along the Costa Brava to medieval towns and ancient cities.
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MONTSERRAT SPAIN TRAVEL GUIDE || IS IT WORTH THE HYPE ? (Summer 2021)
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Montserrat is an island in the Caribbean Sea, in the Leeward Islands. it's a British Overseas Territory Its nearest neighbours in the island chain include Guadeloupe to the southeast, Antigua to the north-east and Nevis to the northwest. The island is 16 km long and 11 km wide, with a coastline of about 40 km.
How to get to Montserrat Mountain | Daytrip from Barcelona
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Step 1: take train R5 from Espanya station in Barcelona
Step 2: stop at Aeri to take the cable cars or stop at Monistrol to take the train (Cremallera to go up)
When you're visiting Barcelona it's an absolute must to pay a visit to the Montserrat mountain range as well. It's just 45 minutes on train from the Barça center.
At Montserrat, which literally translates into sawtooth mountain, you can find the Benedictine Abbey Santa Maria de Montserrat, which hosts the Virgin of Montserrat.
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What to do in Barcelona: day trip to Montserrat
Montserrat monastery is a place which you simply have to visit if you have a few days in Barcelona! It’s quite close and is easily reachable by public transport.
The views are magnificent, the story reach and the people very friendly - what else would you want? :)
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The sanctuary of the Virgin Mary of Montserrat, has its historical origins in the hermitage of Santa Maria, which Count Guifré el Pelós gave to the Monastery of Ripoll in the year 888.
In 1025, Oliba, Abbot of Ripoll and Bishop of Vic, founded a new monastery at the hermitage of Santa Maria de Montserrat. The little monastery soon began to receive pilgrims and visitors who contributed to the spread of stories of miracles and wonders performed by the Virgin.
In 1409 the monastery of Montserrat became an independent abbey. From 1493 to 1835, a period in which the monastery underwent great reforms, growing and increasing in splendour, Montserrat was part of the Valladolid Congregation.
During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the Monastery of Montserrat became a cultural centre of the first order. The Montserrat Music School produced important composers.
The French War (1808-1811) and disentailment in 1835 brought destruction and abandonment, but in 1844 began the restoration of monastic life and in 1881 there were the Festivities for the Coronation of the Image of Our Lady, at which She was proclaimed Patron Saint of Catalonia by Pope Leo XIII.
The Spanish Civil War (1936 - 1939) led once again to the abandonment of the monastery. However, the Government of Catalonia managed to save Montserrat from being sacked and destroyed.
Today, Montserrat has been modernised to continue attending to the needs to pilgrims one thousand years after it was originally founded.
TOP 10 THINGS you should not miss in BARCELONA (Alternative Sights)
Oh no another TOP 10? Not really;) I tried to put in those alternative sights of Barcelona. Those top 10 you should not miss in this beautiful town and even avoid the crowds. I would call them hidden gems. Since I have been in this town so many times I needed to know what to see in Barcelona I have not seen yet. So here we go:
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Your Spain & Portugal Tour Guide: Montserrat from Europamundo
Dreaming of visiting Spain and Portugal? Strolling along cobbled streets, stuffing yourself with pastries and traditional dishes, learning about the history, and drinking the world-famous wine? We don’t blame you! If you’re looking for an insider scoop of what a group tour to these beautiful countries involves, you’re in luck - we sat down with Monsterrat, a tour guide with Europamundo, while she talks everything Spain, Portugal, and her job.
Monsterrat’s favourite part of her job is seeing the surprise on travellers’ faces when they discover the beauty of the region - from architecture to natural beauty and everything in between, Monsterrat loves taking travellers to visit hidden-gem spots that take their breath away.
Originally hailing from northwestern Spain, Monsterrat believes believes the best tour guides put their heart and soul into their trips - there are no days off on tour! She loves sharing Spain with travellers, especially since each region of the country is so distinct and unique. In Spain, she promises travellers will discover a wide range of activities, from relaxing beach days to cultural experiences. The Spanish people, according to Monsterrat, love to have a good time, meet new people, and share a joke - and a drink!
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The Great Catalonia Road Trip - Spain Travel Guide: Girona, Tarragona, Montserrat | LiveAnywhere EP4
Hot air balloons, mind-blowing hikes, free-falling from the sky and stunning monasteries. Doesn't take a genius to figure out how beautiful Catalonia is!
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0:06 - Intro to Catalonia
Catalonia is made up of four regions — Barcelona , Girona, Tarragona, and Lleida. And despite being part of Spain, Catalonia has its own flag, language, and traditions not found anywhere else in the country!
0:24 - Starting In Girona and the Game of Thrones Tour
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, opt for a GOT tour. The tour comes with an experienced guide who will introduce the prominent filming locations as well as the interesting history of Girona.
0:47 - Girona Cathedral
The Girona Cathedral is the city’s crown jewel. It was built between the 11th and 18th centuries and houses one of the world’s widest Gothic naves.
0:57 - Heading to the Airbnb
This 13th-century farmhouse on Airbnb was a little out of the way (1.5hr drive from Barcelona or 30min drive from Girona).
1:22 - Exploring the Mas Las Heras, the 13th Century Farmhouse
Warm hospitality, beautifully decorated rooms, and adorable donkeys outside — this was a stay we won’t soon forget.
2:29 - Riding The Garrotxa Hot Air Balloon, Vol De Coloms
An hour’s drive from Girona Old Town is the stunning volcanic region of Garrotxa. The area is known for medieval villages and a range of dormant volcanoes.
3:26 - Heading to Skydive Empuriabrava, Kim Cries!
4:32 - Free Falling with Skydive Empuriabrava
Empuriabrava’s mix of ocean and mountain views make it a rewarding place to try skydiving
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5:44 - Salvador Dali Museum
The Dali Theatre-Museum is the main reason why people visit Figueres. For starters, the exterior is covered with eggs!
6:12 - Next Stop, Tarragona
A coastal city famous for well-preserved ancient Roman ruins. It was the first Roman stronghold in Spain, dating back to 218 BC.
6:22 - Las Ferreres Aqueduct
Also known as Devil’s Bridge, this structure has been around since the first century A.D. and used to supply the city with water.
6:30 - Mercat De Tarragona
Beautiful indoor market hall housing butchers, bakers, produce vendors & artisanal food stalls!
6:40 - Ferrari Land & PortAventura Park
PortAventura Park, a thrill-seeker’s paradise has 43 rides across six themed worlds so you won’t be able to cover them all in a day. Ferrari Land's Red Force stands at an intimidating 112m and goes from 0 – 180km/hr in just five seconds! Would you take it?
7:07 - Heading to Montserrat, The Team Loses It
7:34 - The Montserrat Monastery
Founded over a thousand years ago, Montserrat Monastery is one of Catalonia’s most recognised landmarks.
7:43 - Escolonia Boy's Choir
This prestigious all-boys choir is one of Europe’s oldest singing groups, with a history of over 700 years!
8:09 - Hiking Sant Jeroni, Highest Point in Montserrat
Montserrat, or “serrated mountain” in Catalan, is one of Catalonia’s most famous landscapes.
9:23 - Outro
The BEST of Catalunya (Other Than Barcelona)
Join us on our travel adventures around Spain! We continue our exploration of the Cataluyna (Catalonia) region of Spain. In this video we show some of the BEST places to visit in Cataluyna (other than Barcelona)!
Our first stop is Montserrat! We hiked up the mountain to the monastery of Santa Maria de Montserrat where we came face-to-face with the famous Black Madonna. The next place is a very popular city in Cataluyna (especially for the LGBT crowd) and that is Sitges! Relax at the beach or party the night away are only a few of the things you can do here in Sitges.
Some of the main attractions in Catalunya (Catalonia) are museums related to the famous Salvador Dalí. The first one was the Salvador Dalí House Museum in Cadaqués, which is also a great launching point for day trips to the Cap de Creus peninsula. Lastly, the Dalí Theatre-Museum is completely dedicated to Salvador Dalí, in his hometown of Figueres.
We loved the Catalunya (Catalonia) region of Spain, which offers some of the best experiences in the country. We strongly recommend venturing outside of Barcelona and visiting some of these places in Cataluyna!
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A Weekend in Barcelona + Day Trip to Montserrat
A Weekend in Barcelona + Day Trip to Montserrat
Here are highlights from my weekend in Barcelona, Spain. I spent Martin Luther King Weekend in Barcelona and stayed at the Ofelias Hotel outside of Espanya Station. In addition to seeing Gaudi's Masterpieces, I took a Day Trip to Montserrat and took a hike up to Sant Jeroni. Have you been to Barcelona before?
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