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Barcelona: Sagrada Familia and City Highlights Bike Tour

1. Barcelona: Sagrada Familia and City Highlights Bike Tour

Cycle through Barcelona's vibrant city blocks on a 3-hour bike tour with a guide riding by your side. Choose from a small-group or private experience. Learn about the city’s culture, see important historical sites and famous hotspots, and discover hidden gems loved by locals. Meet your guide, pick your bike, and enjoy an exclusive welcome area where you can refill your bottle of water, sip on a refreshing welcome drink, and store your bag before the tour starts. Climb on your bike and head over to admire the impressive Gothic style of the Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral. Continue over narrow medieval streets to arrive at The Born Cultural Center, featuring excavated city ruins from the 1700s on display. Cross Parc de la Ciutadella and take in the picturesque scenery of the park’s green spaces and its large majestic fountain. Arrive at the city’s seafront and explore the urban projects around the Port Olímpic marina. Peddle back towards the city center to make your way over to the world-famous Sagrada Familia. Marvel at Gaudi’s yet-to-be-completed masterpiece and learn fascinating facts about the church’s unique blend of Gothic and Art Nouveau styles.  Get another dose of Gaudi magic as you ride over to see the whimsical architecture displayed on Casa Batlló and Casa Mila. Snap pictures of the building’s surreal walls before returning to back where your bike journey began.

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Intimate Barcelona eBike Tour with Gourmet Tapas & Wine

2. Intimate Barcelona eBike Tour with Gourmet Tapas & Wine

Make light work of exploring Barcelona, on a 2.5-hour tour by electric bike, and see more than is possible on a walking tour. With the help of a bike propelled by electric motor, glide from some of the most popular attractions to hidden treasures, including secret bars and cafés. Starting by the Gothic Cathedral, your guide will give you a short briefing about the bikes and cycling rules, before leading you to the El Born neighborhood, Palau de la Música, El Fossar de les Moreres, and seafaring church of St. Maria del Mar. Discover the former fishing village of Barceloneta, now one of the city’s most atmospheric neighborhoods, where you can explore the vibrant life of the city’s beaches. Ride past Art Noveau architecture, and shops and bars that date back to the beginning of the century, including Els Quatre Gats, frequented by Pablo Picasso. Finish with tapas and wine at the world famous Els Quatre Gats, overflowing with history and the echoes of the geniuses who drank and dined there in ages past, from Pablo Picasso to Salvador Dalí. Open your senses to the rich Spanish flavours and leave with photos and memories of mystery, romance and adventure on a tour ideal for electric bike first timers and experts alike.

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Barcelona: Montjuïc, Raval and Gothic Quarter E-Bike Tour

3. Barcelona: Montjuïc, Raval and Gothic Quarter E-Bike Tour

Meet your guide at the starting point to collect your e-bike and start your tour below the Arc de Triomf, one of the city's most iconic landmarks. Then ride through Parc de la Ciutadella, the green oasis of the city center, decorated with the famous monumental Cascada, inspired by the Trevi fountain. Accompanied by your expert guide, arrive at Barcelona’s Port Vell, the city’s historical port. Glance at the yachts bobbing on the water and pass the glitzy Maremagnum leisure center and Cristobal Columbus statue, to reach the Miramar gardens. Afterwards, pass by the Joan Miró Foundation to find the Joan Brossa Gardens between the cable cars and the Montjuïc Castle. Pass by the Sot del Migdia viewpoint before cycling down to Europa Square with its famous Olympic Stadium. Make your way to the viewpoint of the National Palace to enjoy an exceptional 360-degree view of the city from its terraces. Ride down to Pedró Square, a place that became a cherished landmark for Barcelona Christians. Get an introduction to the vibrant area known as El Raval. Then head to the charming Gothic Quarter, home to a labyrinth of little streets. See some of the city’s most impressive 15th-century architecture. Finally, loop back to the original starting point.

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Barcelona: E-Bike Tour

4. Barcelona: E-Bike Tour

See the best that Barcelona has to offer without breaking a sweat. Follow your local guide on your e-bike and learn more about the fascinating history of the city. Trace the 2,000-year-old heritage of Barcelona through its old town. Cycle down cobbled streets bursting with charm. Admire Gothic architectural gems like the Cathedral of Barcelona. Make your way down to the seafront for unbeatable views. Visit the Old Port and learn about the former fishing village, Barceloneta.

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Barcelona: Segway Tour

5. Barcelona: Segway Tour

See more of Barcelona and do your sightseeing in a fun comfortable way. Familiarize yourself with the easy-to-use Segway during a brief training session, then hit the road. Zip along the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter inside the walls of the former Roman city, populated with palaces, churches, artists’ workshops, and small shops selling all kinds of treats. Continue through the old town, gaze up at the Arc de Triomf, and enter Barcelona's oldest park, Ciutadella Park. Ride down Las Ramblas and stop at the foot of the Columbus Monument. Enjoy a view of Barcelona's skyline in front of the 3 mountains surrounding the city: Montjuïc, Tibidabo, and Collserola. Breathe in the sea air at the old port. Learn about the old fishing village of Barceloneta and feast your eyes on the extravagant yachts that populate the harbor today.

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Barcelona: Bike Tour

6. Barcelona: Bike Tour

Get to know Barcelona on a relaxed, fun, and informative bike tour. Explore several neighborhoods and see the city's main highlights in one go. Bike the labyrinthine streets of the oldest districts, such as the Gothic Quarter. Pass by old churches, palaces, Roman walls, and medieval monuments. Make your way down to the Old Port to understand Barcelona's relationship to the sea. Enjoy the coastal views and learn about the former fishing village, Barceloneta. Branch off along the way through the city's green oases, like Ciutadella Park. Enjoy the sense of freedom when riding along the bike paths off the beaten track.

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Barcelona: 2.5-Hour On the Trail of Gaudí E-Bike Tour

7. Barcelona: 2.5-Hour On the Trail of Gaudí E-Bike Tour

Explore Barcelona through the architecture of Antoni Gaudí on a 2.5-hour tour by e-bike. Meet by the Arc de Triomf and admire its neo-Mudéjar style before going into the Parc de la Ciutadella to see the Italian-inspired fountain with possible contributions by a young Gaudí. Then, head to the colorful Born district, once a seaside resort for the medieval aristocracy. Visit Casa Calvet, designed by Gaudí and declared a Place of Cultural Interest in 1969. Move on to the modern quarter of Grácia and immerse yourself in its unique Catalan Modernism style. See buildings of extraordinary designs, such as the Casa Batlló and La Pedrera.  Weave your way through Vila de Grácia, Barcelona's coolest suburb and its true administrative and commercial center. Admire the 33-meter tall bell tower, crowned with the famous bell of the "Marieta." Get brilliant views of Casa Vicens, considered one of the first buildings of the Art Nouveau movement and the first house designed by Gaudí. Journey along Passeig de Sant Joan to reach the astonishing Sagrada Familia, Gaudí's unfinished basilica, under construction since 1883. Take in the views of the spires and facades of what many call Gaudí's masterpiece and a jewel in Barcelona’s architectural crown. Return to the starting point to drop off your bikes at the end of the tour. 

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Barcelona: Bike Tour with Tapas and Drink

8. Barcelona: Bike Tour with Tapas and Drink

Get an overview of Barcelona’s historic center by bike. Ride at a relaxed pace and stop to listen to your guide's local anecdotes about famous sights and local gems. Cycle back through the ages in the Gothic Quarter. Learn about the city’s origins, see Roman remnants and medieval constructions. Gaze up at the ornate spires of Barcelona Cathedral. Pass by outstanding modernist architecture and admire its originality. Explore charming streets and thoroughfares such as the tree-lined La Rambla. Finish your tour with a selection of tapas. Treat your taste buds with the Mediterranean flavors and experience this local food tradition. Enjoy the laid-back Spanish ambiance.

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Barcelona: E-Bike Tour, Cable Car Ticket & Sailing Trip

9. Barcelona: E-Bike Tour, Cable Car Ticket & Sailing Trip

Explore the historical center of Barcelona by cool electric bike, a cruise by Goleta boat from the Old Port, before boarding the cable car to Montjuic for electrifying city and coast views. Ride to the Sagrada Familia to see Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece, and the Passeig de Gracia, where some of the best modernista buildings of Gaudi and his contemporaries are found, such as the Pedrera, Casa Batlló, Casa Lleó Morera, and Casa Ametller. At Port Vell, board the Goleta boat and sail along the old port and the coast. Enjoying wonderful views of the city from the sea. At Port Vell, hop on the cable car and glide to Montjuïc mountain, riding at a height of up to 330 feet (100 meters) above the port.

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Barcelona: Beer Bike Tour

10. Barcelona: Beer Bike Tour

Climb aboard a unique beer bike for a fun tour of Barcelona with friends, old and new, and enjoy your beer in a funny and memorable way. Pedal the Beer Bike in a team. Once on board the bike you won’t have to worry about a thing. From the outset, the beer bike team will be ready to show you an unforgettable experience. Get up to 1 liter of beer or Sangria per person, or soft drinks if you prefer a healthier tour. Feel free to bring your own music to create the perfect atmosphere, and expect to experience a good dose of fun. You can even bring your own decor, and other drinks that take you fancy. The only thing you have to worry about is pedaling. Even the shy end up thanking the driver in charge of making this experience memorable.

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Planning Your Visit

  • When should I take a bike tour in Barcelona?

    Spain is lucky enough to have great weather throughout the year. Warm summers are perfect for bike tours and even in the winter, a little activity will warm you up pleasantly. The warmest months are definitely July and August, where temperatures reach over 90 degrees.

Barcelona bike tours: Everything you need to know

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, then Barcelona is the perfect vacation destination for you. It is located on the Mediterranean Coast and surrounded by hills and mountains. One of the best ways to see this picturesque city is on a Barcelona bike tour. On a professional tour, you can bike to some of Barcelona’s most popular landmarks, including Placa Reial, Barceloneta Beach, Olympic Village, and La Sagrada Familia.

Discover Barcelona with local residents

All of the bike tours include a Barcelona local that will serve as your guide. This tour guide will provide you with a wealth of information about the neighborhood and sites. No, you don’t have to be friends with Lance Armstrong to take a bike tour around Barcelona. Most bike tours offer an easy ride with many stops for water and bathroom breaks. Tours typically last from two to four hours.

Explore Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter

Book a city center bike tour to get a close-up look at the Barcelona governmental offices and the town square. You’ll also get a tour around the old part of the city. Here you can marvel at the interesting buildings and architecture on your way to the nearby Gothic Quarter. This area also connects to a large park and a bicycle path that leads to the waterfront. In this neighborhood, you’ll enjoy a quiet ride on winding, cobblestone roads.

Shopping bike tours in Barcelona

In the Gothic Quarter you will see many restaurants, trendy nightclubs, and cathedrals with beautiful stained-glass windows. Make sure to take a big backpack with you because you’ll pass many vendors along the way. Along with great food, you’ll be able to buy handcrafted art, clothing, jewelry, and leather goods.

Olympic Village bike tours in Barcelona

The 1992 Summer Olympics were held in Barcelona. Take a bike tour through Olympic Village and Port Veil. You’ll be in good company while at Olympic Village, popular with cyclists, rollerbladers, and runners. Keep cycling (get those legs going) to Barceloneta Beach. Once there, you can grab a refreshing cocktail at one of the cool beach bars. Next, take a deep breath while you take in the beauty of the sea, and don’t forget to snap a photo. Still have some energy? Show off your volleyball skills in a sand match or spend your time playing Frisbee.

Unusual and unique bike tours in Barcelona

Most bike tours will be on flat ground. But if you’re up for the challenge, you can take a bike tour through the hills of the city. Ride all the way to the top for breathtaking views of the skyline. Make sure to have your camera ready to capture panoramic photos of the city. These tours last about six hours.

Fat bike, electric bike, and night tours are also available in and around Barcelona. Instead of walking the city center at night, why not see it on a bike? On the tour, you’ll see the city in all its splendor. This is a great way to enjoy the Magic Fountain Show featuring colored lights and a dynamic water display. You’ll also pass by the main square in the heart of the city. The tour might even stop by a bar or two for tapas and wine. Everything looks different at night (especially after a glass of wine), so you’ll get an entirely different experience than on a day tour.

Why take a bike tour in Barcelona?

You’ll be able to cover a little more of the city on bike than on foot. Plus, Barcelonians enjoy riding bikes, so you’ll fit right in with the locals. You’ll also burn off the extra calories you’ve gained from the wine and leche frita you’ve been indulging in.

What will I need to bring for a bike tour in Barcelona?

Most bike tours will supply the bike, helmet, and safety gear for your ride. Although you’ll stop for drinks and rest, it is wise to take a couple of bottles of water and snacks in your backpack. This is especially important in the summer months because it is either hot or hotter.

Become familiar with the rules of bike riding in Barcelona before you embark on your tour. For example, you should note that in Barcelona you cannot ride your bike on the sidewalk. Instead, you’ll need to remain in the bicycle lane.



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What people are saying about Barcelona

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 3,892 reviews

It was the best tour we had in Barcelona. Our guide Ivan was so nice well prepared, had great knowledge of history, we were very thankful for him to share those exciting legends and true stories. We recommend this tour for everyone! Emese and Attila from Budapest

This is the best start of you trip in Barcelona! The tour guide Oriol was amazing, he was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about his city, which made this experience so authentic and enjoyable. The e-bikes were a good choice as it made the ride much easier.

It was a fantastic way to see Barcelona from the street level, i.e. much better than by car or bus. The guide was fantastic and I throughly enjoyed it.

Julia was fantastic! Knows the city well and so friendly! Was one of favorite things we have done so far!

It was fantastic. It takes you to most important places in Barcelona and I also liked the waiting place.