We start with getting a bird's eye view over the city from the rooftop of a 13th Century church in the heart of the Medieval Gothic quarterbefore setting off on foot to explore its history filled hidden squares, the Jewish quarter, and maze-like streets.
Now it is time to hop on bikes to set off to explore the Ciutadella park, Arc de triomf, the boardwalk, inner harbor, admire what used to be Europe's oldest covered market, a sculpture by Frank Gehry, Olympic Port & Village before heading back to base.
Your safety (aside from having a great tour!) is our priority:
We stay on bike lanes that are in pedestrian areas and provide you with helmets.
What You will see...
- Roman ruins
- Cathedral of barcelona (closed to the public on Sundays)
- The Jewish Quarter
- Antinque Synagogue (inside visit if you like, closed Saturdays)
- Plaza Sant Jaume (Barcelona's main town square)
- Barcelona's Inner Harbor
- Arc de Triomf (home of the 1888 Universal Expo)
- Olympic Village & Port (award winning urban renewal projects)
- Palau de la Musica (hidden modernist gem)
- Santa Caterina Market (Barcelona's oldest fresh food market)
- Artisan workshops and galleries
- Santa Maria del Mar (church from the 1300s that took only 55 years to build!)