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Montserrat Tour with Tapas and Wine from Barcelona

Highlights
  • Day trip to Montserrat from Barcelona with easy round-trip transport 
  • Guided tour shows you the best of Montserrat Monastery
  • Choice of multi-course lunch or tapas at a 10th-century winery
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Montserrat Tour with Tapas and Wine from Barcelona
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Ride to Montserrat with the cogwheel train. Sample traditional liquors and artisanal pastries. Visit the Monastery. Tour Oller del Mas, an ancient castle-winery. Taste 3 wines with a tapas lunch.
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Ride to Montserrat on a cogwheel train. Sample traditional liquors and artisanal pastries. Visit the Monastery. Enjoy a 3-course meal. Tour Oller del Mas, an ancient castle-winery. Taste 3 wines.
From US$107.09
Overview
Visible from Barcelona, Montserrat makes for an obvious day trip—both for its religious significance and its culinary tradition. A cogwheel train handles the hairpin curves on the way up to the summit, and your guide makes sure you see the best of each site. Plus, this tour includes a visit to Montserrat Monastery and a 10th-century wine cellar with wine tastings and food pairings. A tapas-style or 3-course lunch is also provided for your convenience.
What to Expect
Make your way to the departure point in central Barcelona, and then head to the Catalonian village of Monistrol de Montserrat. Board a cogwheel train for a ride to Montserrat Monastery, taking in views of the countryside as you ascend to the towering summit. 

Upon arrival, sample local food and drink such as coca de Montserrat (a sweet pastry) washed down with homemade liquors. Learn about the site’s religious history dating back to the 11th century and explore the grounds both with a guide and on your own.

Head back to the bus for a quick drive to a wine cellar located in a 10th-century castle. Opt for multi-course meal followed by a wine tasting and cheese platter, or choose to enjoy your wines paired with tapas (select upon booking). Both options include a tour of the cellar and three organic wines. 

This Montserrat tour concludes in Barcelona.
Reviews (261)
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Reviewed today
Where Did My Wine Go ?

Great day trip, Broken up over two segments. The first Part is the Montserrat Monastery, the second segment consists of a wine tasting, tapas and a overview of a one thousand year old winery. Great tour guides, our guide Borja was fantastic. If you are...More

1  Thank luckyj_12
Reviewed yesterday
Not to be missed!

The tour was a small group, taking a bus to Montserrat, riding the cog-wheel up to the monastery, followed by a wine tasting and tapas lunch. Our tour guide was Pol and during the drive to the monastery he explained the history of Catalunya, the...More

1  Thank ayrshire45
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Montserrat tapas

When one travels to Barcelona you could probably spend the entire week looking up things to do and eat. That being said taking a day trip outside of Barcelona to Montserrat is absolutely worth it and a nice change of pace from all of the...More

Thank 973bryanz
Reviewed 1 week ago
What a fabulous tour...great food, wine so so!

If you like small group tour, personal attention and great food, this is the tour for you. We went to Montserrat with this guided tour because we didn’t want to worry about finding our way there! We started right in front of the Hard Rock...More

Thank bristolfishaholic
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great experience!

My brother and I had a great time on this excursion with Pep, despite the weather being much colder than expected. Pep provided some helpful information on the history of Spain, and Barcelona in particular, on our drive out to Montserrat, and, as we got...More

1  Thank Natalie M
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lostkat14
5 September 2018|
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Response from Gareth W | Reviewed this property |
A good few hours
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Charlie M
17 August 2018|
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It's not walking distance from the cruise ship. Depending on traffic, a 15 minute cab ride. Meeting was in front of the hard rock restaurant on catlunya square. Walking from ship might take 45 min.o r longer. It is a day... More
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chelseawinder12
14 July 2018|
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Response from Kensal1951 | Reviewed this property |
I would try and call viator directly. Or try calling tripadvisor, I believe they are partner companies.
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