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Barcelona: 2,5h Gaudí Segway Tour19 Reviews
Explore the best of Catalan modernism, including Gaudí's gems, on a Guided Segway Tour. This Tour will take you along the main buildings of Gaudí as you learn about his unique architecture and style.
- Explore the original buildings of Casa Batlló & Casa Milà
- Visit the famous Sagrada Familia
- Glide around Passeig de Gracia and luxury shops.
- Get impressed about Catalan Modernisme and its architecture
DescriptionEnjoy a 2.5-hour Gaudí dedicated Tour along Barcelona’s gems. After the initial briefing on Segway, this itinerary will take you from the Old city to the main Barcelona's attractions like Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló and Casa Milà (La Pedrera). Three of the most representative works of Modernisme style and iconic landmarks of the city. Gaudí Tour starts from the city center, visiting the Gothic Quarter and Born district, two of the oldest neighborhoods districts in Barcelona. You will visit Roman ruins and the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. Glide inside of Ciutadella Park, the biggest park in the city where you can see Parliament of Catalonia and Castell del 3 Dragons, to see the first collaboration of still inexperienced architect Antonio Gaudí. Across Arc de Triomf, which was the main entry to the Universal Exhibition of 1888 held in the city, you will immerse on Eixample district, the most populated quarter in Barcelona and where Gaudi's masterpieces and other lesser-known modernist works as Casa Calvet, Casa Amatller or Casa de les Punxes. Zip on Passeig de Gracia among the most luxurious boutiques in the city, and get impressed by Casa Batlló, an icon representative of Catalan modernism undoubtedly captivating you with his fantasy, shapes and colors. Not so far you will see Casa Milà, one of the last Gaudí's works and popularly known as “La Pedrera” due to its construction style and rustic appearance. Built in 1906 it was the border between Barcelona and Vila de Gracia when it was not yet annexed to the city. Now, the most visited monument in the city, La Sagrada Familia, is a total art of work. This religious temple began its construction in 1882 and still does not know when it will be finished. This is a place that can not be missing from your list if you want to know the genius of one of the greatest exponents of modernism worldwide. Coming back to the starting point, you will see La Monumental, an old bullring where bullfighting took place, since 2012 prohibited in Catalonia. A Tour that combines the visit of the most local Barcelona with Modernisme gem's.
IncludesSegway training session Live tour Guide Insurance Helmet Bottle of water
- Initial Training on how to use the Segway. Small groups: 2-6 people per guide. To enhance safety and due to local regulations for Segways, bigger groups are split up and accompanied by several guides Riders must be able to climbing and descending stairs without assistance Riders must be at least 150cm tall, and weigh between 35-130 kg.