Short on time? And yet want to see the best that Barcelona has to offer? Then this scooter tour is simply must-do, designed especially for you. Discover the Barcelona not usually visited by tourist buses and feel like a local.
Conducted in small groups by an expert multilingual guide, your scooter gives you access to places and sites where tour buses and coaches normally cannot reach. Visit the world-famous landmarks like the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera and Palau Nacional in Montjuic.
Enjoy refreshment stops along the way where you can get a drink or simply enjoy the sights and the view.
Live like a local and get a different perspective on Barcelona.
You have to make your way to the designated meeting point. Your multilingual guide (Spanish, English or German) will be waiting for you.
You will receive your scooter along with instructions on driving and the route that will be followed. This is a small group tour and your guide, who will be a local expert, will pace the speed and guarantee that every participant has a pleasant and safe tour.
Along with scooter rental, also included are insurance, a city map, a bottle of water, helmet and locks.
Refreshment stops will be made along the way and your guide will take care of your individual interests.
Hop on to the sturdy scooter (50cc or 125cc) and set out on a unique voyage of discovery.
The highlights of your tour include:
• La Sagrada Familia Cathedral: Also known as the Holy Family Cathedral, it was designed by Antonio Gaudi. It is an amazing piece of architecture that remains unfinished even after 100 years. Marvel at the expressionist artwork of the cathedral and its Nativity Façade where the theme of Christ’s birth and childhood is depicted.
• Casa Milà (La Pedrera): This is another of Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces. This uniquely designed apartment building is famous for its ‘wavy’ walls.
• Park Güell: Park Güell is a garden complex with architectural elements situated on the hill of El Carmel in Barcelona.
• MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia): This magnificent museum exhibits works of Catalan art from the Romanesque period to the mid-twentieth century.
The tour ends at the starting point.
This is an awesome way to see the city in a few hours. The scooters are well maintained and the guides are knowledgeable and fun. I own a Vespa so had no concerns aboit riding.... David W Reese
All year: Thursday & Saturday
Thursday: 1530h (3:30pm)
Saturday: 1030h (10:30am)
Duration: 4 hours
Till 28th September 2014: Make your way to the Pg. Joan de Borbó, 80-84, 08039 Barcelona. Located close to the Barceloneta Station of line 4 (yellow), it's a 10 minute walk.
From 29th September 2014: Make your way to the Vía Laietana 6 08003, Barcelona. Please report at the meeting point 30 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
The tour ends at the starting point
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Don’t forget your camera
An international car driver’s license and a passport is required
Please specify your language of preference at the time of booking
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
Client has to pay Security deposit of €150 per scooter (Refundable) at the time of tour.
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