Your first stop is Joaquim Pena square, named after the musicologist and music critic symbol of the catalan music modernity. You will then arrive to the Tetuán square, named in honor to the battle between the Spanish and the Moroccan army. Admire stately buildings and then pass through the Parc Turó, one of Barcelona’s most iconic parks, to reach the square of Sant Vicenç de Sarrià one of the oldest sights of this neighborhood.
You will then ride to Santa Isabel monastery, a remarkable enclave in the heart of the Sarrià district, symbol of Barcelona’s cultural heritage, before discovering the most secret corners of the little “Roser” square. Stop for photos in the Sarrià market, which still retains the original structure of the market founded over 100 years ago. Make your way to the Joan Reventós Park, dedicated to this politician, President of Catalonian Parliament in 1995 and pass by the green areas of the L’oreneta Park to take in the open space. Then you will head to see the Pedralbes monastery which displays the specific features of the Catalan Gothic and mendicant architecture before cycling to the Finca Güell designed by prestigious architect Gaudí. Stop for photos in the Pedralbes gardens and cross by the residential area of “Les Corts” where the Old Town Church is located.
Then you will head to explore the modern area, where you can immerse yourself in the unique Catalan Modernism style, while exploring the amazing buildings designed by Gaudí such as Casa Batlló or La Pedrera.
Arc de Triomf - Meet your guide below the Arc de Triomf, close to the big city park Ciutadella
Daily at 10.00am and 4.00pm