Explore Barcelona from different perspectives on a half-day tour by land, sea, and air. With your electric bike, you will arrive at Montjuïc Mountain where you will jump into the cable-car to admire the city from the air! Enjoy the stroll around the Olympic Ring and the Montjuïc Castle. Ride down to the harbour and get on board on our boat. Sail along Barcelona’s seashore to the Olympic Harbor and enjoy the skyline of the city from the sea!
Continue your tour to reach the most emblematic Gaudi sites in Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia. The Sagrada Familia is not just Gaudi's best-known work and a Barcelona icon, it is also symbolic and synonymous with the city itself. [readmore] You can learn an awful lot about the city, people and culture of Barcelona by understanding the Sagrada Familia. You will also be able to visit two more of Gaudi's great architectural works on the 'Passeig de Gracia': La Pedrera (Casa Milá) and Casa Batlló (a comprehensive remodeling of a building previously existing on the site).
This is a 3.5-hour tour of Barcelona. It is an excellent way to get to know the city. Changing your viewpoint can literally change your perspective. Whether you're only visiting for a short time or a long holiday, this is one of the quickest and most informative tours you can take!Read more
Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure time
At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place. In case the minimum of participants is not reached, the tour will be rescheduled
This product is subject to cancellation or rescheduling based on the weather
The maximum weight allowed per eBike is 130kg (286,50 pounds), in case of exceeding it, you won't be allowed to join the activity
Minimum age allowed is 10 years old or at least 1.50m tall. Child seats are available for your bike for children under 20kg
You must be able to ride on unpaved or uneven terrain
Montjuic Castle is an old military fortress located on Montjuic Mountain, in the city of Barcelona. The fortress was an installation of the Spanish Army, although it was later ceded to the city council, who manages it today. Historically, the castle has played an important role in several episodes of Barcelona's history.