Barcelona All Corners City Bike Tour
Duration: 5 hours Easy
Why we love this tour
Get a true taste of Barcelona on this comprehensive city bike tour.
- Cover Barcelona's most notable neighborhoods in 5 hours
- Visit the city's main sights
- Learn about history, art, architecture, and cuisine
- Try authentic tapas
You can read about Barcelona’s sprawling urban center, but nothing compares to the feeling of cycling under endless balconies as you breathe in the Mediterranean air. On this 5-hour biking tour, you’ll get a hands-on learning experience of the city’s thriving architecture, history, and cuisine.
For your first or second day in the Barcelona, this tour offers a stellar introduction to the 1004 km2 (40 sq mi) Catalonian capital. With a number of plazas and notable side streets, it’s a good thing we have a set of wheels to get us around. In small groups of no more than six people, your expert guide leads you to sites both popular and under the radar for stories from the past.
From the streets of Las Ramblas, Ciutat Vella (old quarter), El Born, and the Gothic Quarter, to the boardwalks of Port Vell and Barceloneta Beach. Blink and you might miss something!
We make plenty of stops along the way for photos and information from the guide. In Poble Sec, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Barcelona, we refuel with some traditional tapas (small portions) and pintxos, snacks of toppings pierced to bread with a toothpick. After seeing the eccentric El Raval neighborhood, we bike to Passeig de Gracia, the famous area of Modernist architecture hosting Gaudi’s remarkable Sagrada Familia.
While learning about a city’s architecture, history, and food may introduce you to a city, we know that it takes a little more. It’s hearing Catalan among chatting pedestrians. It’s smelling fresh seafood from the local café. It’s simply spending time outside soaking in the Barcelona atmosphere.
Reviews:We are back home...sadly... We had a WONDERFUL trip! Thank you for all of your effort. The bike tour with our guide, Alex, was fabulous! A highlight for all four of us. She was young, enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable. She even knew answers to questions my kids threw at her which were a little off the beaten path. It was a pleasure to ride around town with her. The bike tour itself was a great way to see all the tiny streets of the city and get a flavor for it. Our last stop for “Pinchos” was perfect!!
You were a terrific resource for planning our trip. Thank you so much for all of your effort! We will look forward to using Outdoor visit again as we hope to plan many future vacations like this one!!
Tara, 18th August 2018
Need to know before you go
The tour begins at 10:30 a.m. and finishes at 3:30 p.m.
Tours are available all year on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
The maximum tour size is six people.
Kids' bikes and child seats are available upon request.
If you want an easy riding we recommend an e-bike. You have to pedal, but selecting the assistance you want, you can choose the effort you prefer at any time. This option costs an additional 10€ per person.
What to bring? Comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, and an umbrella or raincoat (if necessary).
Your booking will become valid after we receive your payment and send you a confirmation email.
Cancellations can be made up to 48 hours before the trip with 100% reimbursement.
On rare occasions, our tours may need to be postponed due to bad weather. In these circumstances, we will offer you alternative dates or we will refund you 100% of the paid amount.
By Correos (Post Office)
Plaza Antonio Lopez 1, Barcelona
Provided bySpanish Trails
Reviews for this tour
18 Aug 2018
Our guide was wonderful!! Very accommodating to our needs. We had 2 children in our group and she worked with use make it a wonderful experience.
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