Barcelona scooter fans: ever wondered what it’s like to buzz around a cool Mediterranean city with little regard for speed or noise restrictions? Ray Bans, Lacoste, loafers, heading for a Campari with an outrageously good-looking Gauloise-smoking member of the opposite sex?
Well, Jean Paul, this is nothing like that. Our Barcelona City scooter tours are health-and-safety-first, sustainable experiences that provide a fantastic group activity. You travel safely around town with an expert scooter guide. The range you can cover make scooter tours maybe the best way to see Barcelona city sights.
A scooter is one of the best ways to explore fantastic Barcelona City. And whether or not you are a scooter fan in normal life, you’ll love the experience. The great thing is you can get around the centre, even the nooks and crannies, and also get further afield to the seaside or the take to the hills. Our guides will reveal Barcelona’s secret charms, even some unknown to locals.
Barcelona City of the Olympic ideal in 1992, one the most successful Games of all time from an organisational point of view and in terms of the positive impact for the city . Barcelona really opened up to the outside world and said “look what a Mediterranean jewel this city is”. City planners and architects changed the city lightning fast in the late 80’s. From the Olympic Stadium at Monjuic to the athlete’s residential area and boating facilities at Port Olimpic. you’ll love this quirky view of Barcelona city. Beaches, colours, streets, and a real contrast of classical medieval and renaissance.
Gaudi was one of Barcelona’s (and the world’s) greatest architects, and an icon of the city’s modernist movement. He is one of the reasons tourist and architecture students flock to this city. His love of nature led him to glorify the shapes and structural designs he saw in the animal, plant and geological realm. This Gaudi scooter tour will show you the natural harmony Gaudi gave to Barcelona, quite unique, special and with a childlike element of fantasy and fun! Sites include Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, La Pedrera, Parc Güell and others. Our expert guide will point out all of those Gaudi detailed elements.
The quintessentially Catalan homage to the monastery of Montserrat is easily done on a vespa. A 150 km tour that lasts 8 hours in total (with 3 hours driving). The tour includes. a Montserrat Monastery visit – a Picnic – the Güell Crypt .