- 2.5-hour tour of Barcelona by electric bike including tapas and drinks
- Save energy for sightseeing by pedaling on a bike with an electric motor
- Follow a local guide and see cultural sights such as Frank Gehry’s Golden Fish sculpture and El Born Centre Cultural
- Explore Parc de la Ciutadella, La Rambla boulevard and the areas of La Ribera, El Born and La Barceloneta
- Stop for photos at historical landmarks including Cathedral Santa Maria del Mar and Fossar de les Moreres
- Finish the tour with visits to a tapas bar and a wine cellar for two plates of tapas and two drinks in each
What You Can Expect
Put on your helmet, and then pedal past Frank Gehry’s famous Golden Fish sculpture to Cathedral Santa Maria del Mar (Església de Santa Maria del Mar) in the district of La Ribera. Stop for a look inside the Gothic showstopper with its magnificent internal arches, and then pedal across the road to learn about Fossar de les Moreres. An important Catalan memorial site, the plaza is built on the site of a graveyard where fallen soldiers from the 18th-century Siege of Barcelona lay buried.
Make your way through the stylish neighborhood of El Born to see El Born Centre Cultural — home to a series of exhibits about 18th-century life in the city — and then ride along the tree-lined avenues that run through Parc de la Ciutadella.
The central park is home to the Parliament of Catalonia, so enjoy a quick stop to see it and strike a pose in front of its imposing façade. Then, continue through the historical fishing district of La Barceloneta to La Rambla, a bustling boulevard thronged by colorful market stalls and lively street traders. The street lies near the area of Las Ramblas, where several similarly enchanting avenues are found, so continue through it to see a blend of the city's old and modern sights.
Pass a cluster of cultural attractions including Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) and Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) while following your guide to an old-school Barcelona tapas bar in either El Born or Barri Gòtic. Sample two plates of traditional Catalan tapas — perhaps anchovies and olives, and Catalan bread with tomatoes and cheese — as well as up to two drinks of wine or soda. Finally, make your way to an atmospheric bodega (Spanish wine bar and cellar) in La Barceloneta for another two plates of tapas and up to two more drinks.
After the final tapas stop, follow your guide back to the start point where your tour finishes.