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A Fun way to Tour Barcelona! My teenage daughter and I booked a 3 hour bike tour to get an overall feel for Barcelonmissylarson Waco, Texas -
We could not ask for a better morning!!. after the meeting in Plaza Real we cicled up trought the modernist Eixample quarter til Park Güell, ebike was easy and coolDani F -
Fantastic tour, good guide and you can see Barcelona in another point of view with ebike! Must to do!Luca S Roma, Italia -
This is a panoramic tour of the 5 most representative neighborhoods in Barcelona, essential to truly know the city: Grácia, el Raval, el Gótico, l’Eixample, and La Barceloneta.
The tour shows the jewels of modernism of Paseo de Gracia and l’Eixample, passing through the Rambla del Raval and the most charismatic villains of this quarter, reaching the seaside neighborhood of Barceloneta with its beaches and the beautiful and romantic coast.
We will make a stop in the middle age of the Gothic Quarter and then enjoy the daily life of Grácia neighborhood. with its squares and narrow street, where Barcelonians like to socialize. With the electric bike you can travel these long distances with little effort.
With this tour you can visit the most important modernist buildings in Barcelona, many of them part of the World Heritage Site by Unesco.
In a growing Barcelona pushed by the industrial revolution architects like Gaudí, Domènech i Montaner, Puig i Cadafalch which left their jobs in order to spread their peculiar way of seeing architecture.
The tour ends at the Park Güell, one of the most visited places in Barcelona, a must for the visitors. Park Güell is at the top of a small hill, very difficult to climb, if you don't ride an electric bike.
With the electric bike you can travel these long distances with little effort.
This tour is a ride throughout the Montjüic mountain, which bordered by the sea, where you can enjoy the best view of Barcelona.
Montjüic has always played an important role in the history of the city, its quarrying stones come from the main buildings of Barcelona.
It has been home to Universal Exposition of 1929, and also housed the main facilities of the Olympic Games of Barcelona 1992. Nowadays we can find a XVII century fort, several museums, including the MNAC, the Botanical Garden, the Greek theater, the magic fountain, etc ...
On the way to the Montjuic we will enjoy the modernist quarter of Eixample and on the way back we will go along the maritim front.