Hop on an electric, self-balancing Segway and explore Barcelona’s Parc de la Ciutadella plus the historical harbor Port Vell. Choose from a 2- or 3-hour tour to suit your schedule, and follow a local guide on an exciting route that traces Barcelona’s history. From the Arc de Triomf and the Parc de la Ciutadella, continue around the old harbor at Port Vell in La Barceloneta, and then take in more modern sights such as the Olympic Port, or the landmarks on the Montjuic hill in the extended 3-hour experience. Numbers are limited to six people per guide, ensuring a personalized experience in a small group.
Choose from a selection of start times, and then meet your guide in central Barcelona. Put on your helmet, and enjoy a training session to get familiar with your two-wheeled Segway. Once you feel at ease, follow your guide and glide through the city on one of two routes: 2-Hour Tour: The Barcelona Segway Tour takes you to Barcelona’s most beautiful waterfront spots - the historical marina Port Vell, the city’s most popular beach La Barceloneta and the sports marina Port Olímpic, as well as to the Parc de la Ciutadella. This city sightseeing tour starts with a visit to Barcelona's biggest urban park. After exploring the Parc de la Ciutadella, the next stops are the Port Olímpic and the Port Vell, Barcelona's oldest marina, with hundreds of beautiful small vessels and a picturesque port avenue lined with palm trees. The Barcelona Waterfront Segway Tour includes some of Barcelona's most beautiful places, little of which are visited during traditional sightseeing trips like city tours by bus. It offers a comprehensive overview of Barcelona's maritime history, the ongoing transformation of the city's waterfront and the role that the mediterranean sea plays in Barcelona's local culture. 3-Hour Tour: The Montjuic Segway Tour will take you on a journey through Barcelona's history, which started at the green mountain located next to the city center, the Montjuich, more than 2000 years ago. The archeological remains of the settlement of the Laietani tribe, dated 300 BC, have been found at its foot, making it one of the primary founding communities in the region. The Montjuic has been an epicentre of the cultural and political development of Barcelona and its previous communities. Rising 173 m over the mediterranean sea, its name is derived from the medieval Jewish cemetery located on its north-eastern side. The castle, which can also be reached by cable car and was constructed on the hilltop in 1751, served to defend the city, as well as to control its population. The Montjuic's modern history is not any less interesting than its past. Some of the main sights of Barcelona are located on its hillsides, many of which will be visited during this "out" of the city tour. For example, some major sports facilities of the 1992 Olympic Games; the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium, the Palau Sant Jordi and the Olympic Museum of Barcelona are located on the city's green hill. With the MNAC - Catalan National Art Museum and the Joan Miro Foundation, the area also has two of Barcelona's most important art museums among its many attractions.