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Gaudi's Barcelona 2-Hour Segway Tour62 Reviews
Discover Gaudi’s fantastical architecture from a self-balancing Segway on a 2-hour tour of Barcelona. See eccentric skyscrapers in the modern districts, explore the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, and cruise the wide boulevards of L’Eixample.
- Discover the whimsical modernist architecture in L'Eixample
- Segway the sinuous paths of Ciutadella Park
- See the stunning towers of the unfinished Sagrada Familia
- Cross under the Arch of Triumph to reach the uptown of Barcelona
- Learn how Barcelona is changing in the 21st century
DescriptionMeet in the Old Town of Barcelona and start off in the Barrio Gótico with safety training so that you can feel comfortable riding your state-of-the-art Segway in the distinct areas of the city. After a quick introduction of how to ride in Barcelona, you step up and roll out in direction of the inspiring Park of the Citadel. The central part of the city is where friends and families meet to practice their activities, and where you’ll discover some of the already impressive first works of Gaudí. Get acquainted with the golden ages of Barcelona in which Gaudi took part as you roll uptown to see the his most famous work, the temple dedicated to the life of Jesus. Cross the wide avenues of the city to admire the different styles of architecture present in the golden age of the city. Then carry your way to the grandiose La Sagrada Família, one of the most visited buildings in Spain. Take your time to enjoy the intricate design of the unfinished masterwork of Gaudí. Learn about the latest major events that reshaped Barcelona as it embraced the 21st century and set an international overture due to its expansion and development. Enjoy the ride, gliding smoothly through spacious avenues with bicycle lanes and refreshing parks.
IncludesSegway driving lesson and test-drive Guide Helmets and raincoats
- You must weigh 35 to 130 kg (75 to 286 lbs) to ride a Segway
- Wearing a helmet is required
- Please note that the number of tour participants can reach up to 30 people at a time, but this will be divided into small groups of 6 people or less. Each small group will have a guide