Visit the highest points in Barcelona designed by Antonio Gaudí and Norman Foster.

Bellesguard Tower (or “beautiful view”): designed by Antonio Gaudí and owned by the Guilera family since 1944. This beautiful Tower is built on the castle of the King of Aragon Martin I the human and later, after its decline, it became a refuge for the Bandit Serrallonga, hence the outward appearance of the Castle, including its battlements. Discover the dragon which embraces and watches over Barcelona from the heights.

Collserola Tower: designed by Norman Foster for the 92’ Olympics and to provide Barcelona with a distinct symbol that would represent this new period and future. The site rented out for radio transmission devices is located in the Collserola Park over Turo de Vilana 560 m above sea level. Access to the viewpoint is by panoramic elevator with a glass platform and ascends to a height of 135 m in 2.5 minutes.

Views of a 70 km radius with panoramic sites of the city and metropolitan area (Park of Collserola, Montserrat, Sierra de Cadí Moixeró). Open exclusively for programmed visits.

Duration: 4 hours.