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Must visit! There are various different hikes available for all levels, you can get cable car or Train (Very steep) to different levels or can hike all the way from the bottom. I opted for the Funicular (€13 one way) which was a fun experience...More
The funicular railway to the top is slightly scary to one such as I who is challenged by anything higher than a step ladder! That said it is so worth it. The views are amazing and really shouldn't be missed. There are great walks in...More
When we decided to go to Monserrat I thought it was all about seeing the monetary but turns out it's all about the trails and hikes in the mountains around the monetary and the amazing views. You'll love the hikes but they are a good...More
This hike is best started from the top of the Sant Joan funicular (or the really brave can walk all the way up from Montserrat monastery!) To get from the funicular station to the summit took me about 1h15. Some of the terrain was very...More
This hike is beautiful and definitely a must do while you are here! However, our friend who had been here before told us that it was a mild hike... while the first half is, the second half up the mountain can be quite strenuous and...More
From the monastery we took the funicular sant Joan.
From the top of the funicular (there’s one restroom with no drinking water, but some machines where you can buy if you need to 50 cl 2.40 eu / bring food if you want to eat...More
You don’t have to but it’s highly recommended. Here’s why: walking up to St Jeroni’s summit from the monastery is really hard work (very steep walk for 1h45mins min). Also the walk from the top of the funicular up to St... More
You don’t have to but it’s highly recommended. Here’s why: walking up to St Jeroni’s summit from the monastery is really hard work (very steep walk for 1h45mins min). Also the walk from the top of the funicular up to St Jeroni’s are astonishing. You’d miss them by assessing by feet. The path takes you down the mountain to the monastery. It means got only need to pay one way. Does this help?