See Barcelona with lots of fun and little effort on this 3,5 hours electric bike tour, led by an expert local guide. The easy-to-use bikes are fitted with electric motors that start as soon as you pedal, meaning you’ll see all the city sights without getting out of breath! Choose from two different itineraries taking place at different times of the day, see top attractions like La Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, gothic quarter or la barceloneta and learn about Barcelona’s culture from a guide. Numbers are limited to 10 on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll see the best of Barcelona with personalized attention from a guide.
Meet your expert guide at Our office located inside the Rusc de Turisme Hub at the gothic quarter, and hop aboard your electric bike – a regular two-wheeled bicycle with an electric motor that kicks in when pedaling! Riding your electric bike is simple, but your guide will deliver a comprehensive safety briefing to put you at ease. Choose from one of two itineraries and then set off sightseeing around town, enjoying frequent stops to hear stories about the landmarks from your guide. All tours finish at the start point. Gaudi's life Tour: Pedal behind your guide to visit the Gothic Quarter, the Born Neighbourhood and el 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 break and and 40 minutes explanation about the Basilic we will continue to Passeig de Gràcia to see the two two most famous Gaudi buildings: Casa Batllo and the equally intriguing Le Pedrera. You will enjoy the stories about the man who transformed Barcelona in on of the most incredibles cities in the mediterranean. 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.