Bike Tour in Barcelona for Small Groups

Introduction

Barcelona on wheels! Join us on this fun-filled day off as we ride by some of the most emblematic sites of the Catalan capital.

In the company of our knowledgeable and entertaining local guide, you will experience a completely new perspective on Barcelona, learning some of its best-kept secrets as you pedal through its hidden quarters and places of great historical significance. 

Do not miss this exciting and unique outdoor experience in the City of Counts! 


   Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday    4 hours
Highlights

Cycle through the Historical District and up Passeig de Gràcia.

 

Pass important landmarks including the Sagrada Familia and Arc de Triomf.

 

Pedal along the waterfront harbor of Port Vell.

 

Small group size ensures personalized attention from your guide.

 

Experience more of the city in a shorter period in a unique new way.

Key details

LANGUAGE

Available in English and Spanish.

DURATION

4 hours.

MEETING POINT

Plaza Real, Barcelona.

SCHEDULE

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:15 a.m. 

Full description

Our Bike Tour will allow you to access places that tour buses can’t, the narrow alleys and hidden plazas that best represent this magical city. Because our routes follow bike lanes and avoid traffic where possible, your group will enjoy a sense of security.

Along the way, you will make several stops to hear fascinating stories from our guide, who will explain each site and what happened there.

Our route begins in the Gothic Quarter, which is the oldest part of the city, dating back 2000 years. After checking out the neighborhood’s most important highlights, we will set our focus on Modernism, crossing the Eixample district and marveling at its iconic Modernist architecture. This was Barcelona´s 19th-century answer to the overcrowding of the medieval city and Gaudi´s favorite neighborhood to work in. In Eixample, you will pass by some of his most spectacular works, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Casa Batlló and Casa Milà (also known as La Pedrera). And, of course, no trip to Barcelona is complete without a visit to the Sagrada Familia.

As we enter the Raval, the former red light district of the city, our guide will explain its colorful history and point out some of its most emblematic landmarks. For centuries now, this part of Barcelona has been home to many nightclubs, cabarets, and taverns. It is where sailors would often go to have fun after reaching the local port.

Our last stop will be in Barceloneta, where the historical district meets the Mediterranean Sea. This was once a fisherman’s neighborhood and still preserves that small-town essence today. Here, you will find lovely chiringuitos (beach bars), authentic Spanish seafood restaurants and colorful buildings with a great local feel.

Our tour ends on the seafront of Barcelona, where you will have the chance to marvel at amazing views over the Mediterranean. Take a moment to enjoy the fresh breeze as you peddle along the beautiful seafront promenade. 

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Included

  • Professional guide.
  • Classic Bike.
  • Helmets (upon request).
  • Small group tour up 12 participants.

Excluded

  • Hotel Pick-up or Drop-off.
  • Any private expenses.
  • Gratuities (optional).

Cancelation rules

Additional info

Nearest town

Nearest Airport

Reviews

Really fun experience!
This bike tour was a lot of fun. Our tour guide was excellent, very fascinating and engaging. We learned a lot of the history of the city that we wouldn't have known on our own. Highly recommend this..
Harley Begum

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