Best of Barcelona Bike Tour
Barcelona on wheels! We invite you on one of our most classic tours in the most comfortable way, enjoying the bike by the most emblematic sites of the city. During this tour, you will get to see the city from a new perspective in a comfortable and fun tour through the streets of Barcelona.
Duration: 4 hours
Old Town: The old original Gothic quarter is Barcelona's greatest urban attraction. Most of it has survived the middle Ages. You can visit the Cathedral, Plaça Del Rei, Plaça Neri and many more places.
Raval neighborhood: The more alternative and less visited area in Barcelona
The Sagrada Familia: This is a large Roman Catholic Church in Barcelona, designed by Gaudí. Although incomplete, the church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2010 Benedict XVI consecrated it and proclaimed it a basilica.
Passeig de Gràcia: One of the most famous streets of the city with restaurants, shops and above all its amazing modernist architecture.
Arch of Triumph: Built for the first universal exhibition of 1888. The Ciutadella Park is the most central park that includes a zoo, a lake, a large fountain and several museums.
Vila Olímpica: Built in 1992 for the Olympic Games and located in the Poble Nou and continues to have great relevance for the city.
The Port Vell: The oldest part of the Port. During the last years, it has managed to reinvent itself and has become a reference for residents and tourists.
Barceloneta beach: Famous in Barcelona becomes full of people as soon as the warm climate starts acting up.
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Barcelona has more than 150 km of cycle paths. Our guide will bring you through these cycle paths so you will get to see the best of the city, visiting all kinds of hidden corners.
Our tour will start in the Gothic quarter which is the oldest part of the city and dates back to 2000 years ago. After you have seen the most important highlights, we will turn over to the modernism time, crossing the Eixample district. This was Barcelona's 19th-century answer to the overcrowding in the medieval city and Gaudi´s favorite neighborhood as well.
When entering Raval, you shall discover the red light zone of the city, next to Barri Xines. For centuries now, this part of Barcelona has been the home of nightclubs, cabarets and taverns. This is where sailors had fun after reaching the local port.
The last stop is la Barceloneta, the place where the old part of the city meets the sea. Here you will find an exceptional mix between superb disco clubs, lovely chiringuitos (beach bars), working-class buildings and is riddled with seafood restaurants.
Finally, you will be able to enjoy the seafront of Barcelona which ends this tour with some amazing views, all over the Mediterranean.
What’s included & not included
Bottle of water
Small groups (maximum 8 people)
Plaza Real (at the fountain)