Numbers are limited to 12 on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll see the best of Barcelona with personalized attention from a guide.
- 2.5-hour electric bike tour of Barcelona
- Let your easy-to-use electric bike do all the hard work for you
- See top Barcelona attractions such as Parc de la Cuitadella and Passeig de Gràcia
- Stop for photos by iconic sites like La Sagrada Familia, Palau de la Música and the MNAC building
- Choose from three itineraries at different times of the day
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures personalized attention from your guide
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What You Can Expect
Pedal behind your guide to visit Parc de la Cuitadella, the site of an old military fortress that Antoni Gaudi helped to turn into a park when he was still a student. Barcelona is famous for its links to the celebrated Modernist architect, and the city is awash with his works. Learn of Gaudi’s life in town, and then cycle to one of his more outlandish creations – the still-unfinished La Sagrada Familia cathedral. After a stop for photos, make your way to Park Güell, parking up to take a stroll along its shady paths, admiring the Gaudi-designed gardens and city views. Finish with a cycle to Passeig de Gràcia to see two famous Gaudi buildings: Casa Batllo and the equally intriguing Le Pedrera.
Bohemian Neighborhoods Tour:
Cycle away from Barcelona’s main city center, and go off the beaten tourist trail to the neighborhood of Born, where medieval architecture and arty-looking cafés sit side by side. See Palau de la Música, and stop for a close up look at the Church of St Maria del Mar. Continue pedaling at a gentle pace to an area known as La Barceloneta and soak up the laid-back beach-style atmosphere that abounds. Pass a bar that Picasso once drank in, Els Quatre Gats, and then work your way back to the center, cycling past Passeig de Gràcia to marvel at its Modernist architecture.
Leave Plaça de la Seu and pedal past the Cuitadella, stopping briefly to admire its architecture. Continue along the seafront and then start to wind your way up Montjuic Hill, letting your electric bike do all the hard work! Hop off at the top and rest for a moment, watching the sun go down over the city. After taking photos and hearing tales of Barcelona’s history, continue cycling past Caixa Forum – a modern art gallery -- and the eye-catching MNAC building. If time permits, then visit Plaça Sant Jaume, seeing its old Roman square.
Good activity!Good tourist guide!
Had a great tour of Barcelona with Maria. The electric bikes are great fun and easy to ride. We covered so much of the city, mainly along back streets and passages, then cruising along the seafront.