In Barcelona city

A change of pace and scenery within your city trip!

Cycling can be a great way to discover Barcelona: unfortunately, not everywhere is as safe as it might be for riders. We have used our local knowledge to design a relatively safe and interesting route through the old town (most of whose streets are pedestrianised) and along the beach. On the way, our guide will entertain and inform you with plenty of interesting tales of the city: its history culture and cuisine, urban changes and other hot issues.

We kick off in the heart of El Raval (part of the Old Town) and then make our way via the Museum of Contemporary Art to the old port; explore the little alleyways of the Barceloneta –if necessary at this point, we will  pop into a tapas bar for a fishy snack; cycle along the extended beaches; pass the Puerto Olimpico and the ultra modern site of El Forum. We come back via the unique area of Poble Nou, the former industrial area now home to the city’s tech and web businesses.
We also pass Ciutadella Park and the Arc de Triomf, gateway to the first World Exhibition to then make our way into the district of Sant Pere.

You get to see a lot a in relatively short time span, with amazing contrasts. But we won’t tire you out: there’ll be plenty of chance for rest and a snack!


On request, our singing guide can also lead this tour, so it can be spiced up with old fishermen’s songs, boleros and other classics to delight you ears


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