The specialized electrical bike tours of Barcelona are designed to follow bike lanes and avoid traffic where possible, making them safe and secure for...
Enjoy this intensive tour of the five most representative neighborhoods of Barcelona, designed for travelers who wish to fully understand our beautifu...
Your first stop is Joaquim Pena square, named after the musicologist and music critic symbol of the catalan music modernity.
Ride through Parc de la Ciutadella, the green oasis of the city center, decorated with the famous monumental Cascada, inspired by the Trevi fountain.
Meet-up with your guide at the Arc de Triomf and jump onto your comfortable high-quality electric bicycle to enjoy an exciting 1,5 hour experience.
With this tour you will ride along the Born cultural and memorial Center.
Enjoy this unforgettable private e-bike tour that covers the main highlights of Gaudi´s Masterpieces in Barcelona in just 150 minutes.
Enjoy an exclusive wine experience in this easy ride along the coast on your smart e-bike and marvel at the beautiful views of the Mediterranean sea.
Meet the popular Park Güell, which has over 100 years of history, with an early access to avoid crowds. The origin of this park starts from 1900.
Sailing by Kayak is one of the best ways to approach nature with a boat. The slow rhythm with which the Kayak moves allows you to contemplate the surr...
Discover the works by the geniuses of 20th-century art and take a journey through a thousand years of creativity.
F.C Barcelona is one of the most well-known football clubs in the world.
The experience starts at 4.00pm in the upper part of Passeig de Gràcia.
Casa Rocamora is an Elizabethan mansion located in the Putxet district, which was the home where Manuel Rocamora i Vidal (1892-1976), the great clothi...
Both tours starts below the Arc de Triomf, one of the city's most emblematic landmarks of the city, constructed as the main access gate for the 1888 B...
Walk through Gaudi’s imagination as you pass among the mosaics, vaulted colonnades and bizarre architectural detail of the park.
The new Catalan Modernism Museum of Barcelona (Museu del Modernisme Català, Mmcat) opened in 2010.