Barcelona is a fantastic place to cycle around with a huge network of safe bike lanes for you to navigate through. But if you’re left wondering which tour would suit you best, we’re here to help you get in the right gear for a successful trip.
A real standout experience for anyone hoping to take in Barcelona’s most popular hotspots, it’s ideal for all of the family. This tour stops off at a number of key locations around the city, like the stunning Sagrada Familia, Vila Olímpica, Port Vell, the Raval neighbourhood, as well as some more secluded spots, such as hidden squares in the old town. With informative and friendly tour guides revealing fun facts while pointing out the landmarks, it’s the ideal way to connect with the beautiful culture of Barcelona.
This one lasts around 3.5 hours, and it’s at a leisurely pace, over relatively flat land, so this one is suitable for all levels.
Montjuïc is a gorgeous area in Barcelona, rich with history and spectacular architecture. With views across the city, this area is renowned for being quite hilly, so getting about on a normal bike might not be for everyone. But that’s where an E-bike comes in! If you don’t fancy exerting yourself too much, then this is the tour for you. Swinging by Montjuïc Castle, the Palau Nacional, the Olympic Stadium and more, you’ll get to see all of the highlights in the area.
Due to the design of the bike and hilly terrain, this tour is recommended for those aged 12 and up. If you don’t like the idea of riding across hills on electric bikes, then perhaps we’d suggest taking the Best of Barcelona Bike Tour instead and visiting this area separately with the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus.
This tour passes through five of the must-see neighbourhoods in Barcelona, namely Gracia, Raval, the Gothic Quarter, Eixample and last but not least, Barceloneta. Experience the jewels of Modernism in Eixample, pass through the incredibly charismatic Raval and take in the spectacular beaches of romantic Barceloneta. Moving on, there will be a stop in the Gothic Quarter, with its incredible architecture, and finally you’ll have a chance to sample everyday Barcelonan life in Gracia.
Travelling by E-bike is recommended for this tour as it can be hilly in places, particularly on the climb up to Park Güell. Art fans will love this one, with the spectacular Casa Batlló façade being a particular treat. Again, this one is better suited for teenagers and adults because of the design of the bikes.
All that’s left now is to book your flight, clear some memory up on your phone and prepare to take plenty of photos as your pedal through the city on an amazing Barcelona bike tour!