Did you know that more than 400 dragons are hiding all over Barcelona? With your Barcelona Dragon Trail Passport you can explore the city at your own pace and discover the hiding places of 14 dragons!
Make your visit a legendary experience! Follow the Dragon Trail!
In Barcelona, countless artists and architects have included dragons in their works. This means you’ll find them in the most unexpected places: guarding doorways, tucked away on rooftops, coiled around lamp posts, cooling off in fountains…
The Dragon Trail Passport features twelve maps you can use to find fourteen dragons on buildings and among the mythical beasts dotted around the city
. The passport will take you on an original and different tour of the city’s iconic places: La Rambla, Passeig de Gràcia, the former village of Gràcia, Plaça de Espanya, the Arc de Triomf, etc.
Use the maps and follow the clues (like the size of the dragon or the height of its hiding place) to find its lair while you visit the city at your own pace
. Once you’ve found the dragon, you can “stamp” your passport with one of the fourteen dragon stickers it is issued with.
Are you a fan of dragons or popular myths and culture? Do you want to explore Barcelona in a different way? Do you want to have fun visiting the city with the family?
Become a dragon seeker!What does your booking include?:
- One Dragon Trail Passport with a plastic holder and lanyard so you can wear it around your neck while you explore the city.
- Instructions in five languages: English, Catalan, Spanish, French and German. The clues are easy to follow and require no knowledge of the language. No mobile apps are necessary. The QR codes will give you more information about the place you are visiting. If the dragon’s hiding place is undergoing building work, the QR code will provide you with an alternative.
: English, Catalan, Spanish, French and German.Length
: we recommend you take one to two days to complete your passport (twelve places around the city). You don’t need to complete your passport during one visit to the city. You can use it on subsequent visits, at your own pace.Collection point:
at the Tourist Information Office, sub 17. Metro: L1 and L3 Catalunya station. Buses: 16, 17, 24, 41, 42, 55 and 58. Rodalies RENFE (Spanish rail): Catalunya station. FGC (Catalan rail): Catalunya station. Opening times
*: daily, 8.30am-9pm. 26th December and 6th January: 8.30am-2.30pm and 1st January: 10am-2.30pm. *Information office opening times may be changed due to circumstances beyond our control.Closed
: 25th December
- All the dragons on the trails are accessible for people with reduced mobility.
Customer services provider: CUCAFERA GAME