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Discover Barcelona from the sidecar of a classic motorcycle, safely driven by your private guide. Feel the magic of the architectural masterpieces on this special Barcelona Night Tour. A spectacular Barcelona night tour by the architectural treasures, the glamorous avenues and the fun-loving downtown districts. With plenty of stops along the way and opportunities to stop for explanations and taking pictures. Visits to the landmarks only on the exterior (no inside visits). During the ride, your guide will explain the landmarks and you will be able to ask questions via wireless communication devices in your helmets. Includes hotel pick-up and drop off from any central location and a special romantic moment at a beautiful viewpoint for a toast with Sparkling Cava wine.
Opt for an alternative sightseeing experience in Barcelona during a private tour by motorbike and sidecar, the ideal choice for couples and first-time visitors. Rather than navigating the large city on your own, you’ll travel to a mix of lesser-known places and iconic attractions with your private guide, from whom you’ll receive undivided attention.
If you’re seeking an alternative sightseeing experience in Barcelona, then this private tour in a sidecar is for you. In a World War II motorbike and sidecar, you’ll tick off top Barcelona attractions, including the Arc de Triomf, La Sagrada Familia, and Barceloneta Beach, while listening to history- and culture-rich commentary. Ride down the striking Passeig de Gracia, home to Gaudi masterpieces such as Casa Batllo and Casa Mila, and visit the bustling Placa Catalunya.
Zip around Barcelona and discover its top attractions at your own pace with this scooter rental. Choose the rental duration to suit your needs, then pull on your helmet, work out your itinerary using the included map, and set off to explore the Catalan capital. Cruise along the waterfront; travel quickly and easily between landmarks like Park Güell and La Sagrada Familia; and head off the beaten path in search of hidden gems in the city’s most charming neighborhoods.
The Wine RouteA weekend to rememberBetween landscapes where the vines grow between stones (the lycorella) and water is scarce. That gives very peculiar characteristics to the area. A rugged orography with small municipalities scattered a few kilometers from each other.Always accompanied by the views of the Serra del Montsant. Its Mediterranean climate, makes it a perfect option to shoot at any time of the year, very close to the tourist Costa Daurada, we will know some of its best corners and some of its history, through winding roads visiting such iconic places, such as Siurana or Scala Dei . We will also visit some winery and if the weather allows it at the foot of the vineyard we will see the cultivation process in such a peculiar land.And of course, once the day is over we will enjoy its gastronomy and its wines.Are you ready?
We leave the city and head towards the cost road north of Barcelona. We ride for approx 45 mins and stop for a coffee & pastry in the coastal village of Sant Pol de Mar to have breakfast by the sea. We then continue our journey to Tossa de Mar to visit the castle. We take the "GI 682" coastal road which offers a twisting road with spectacular views , this road is featured in many guides as one of the best roads in Europe. We get to see on the best coastal roads in Europe and stop in the coastal towns and villages along the way which all different but equally charming. Lunch is in the fishing village of Palamos where freshly caught fish is available on the menu of the local restaurant but also they offer a variety of fresh local products.