Discover the history about Gaudí and his best buildings, a must see in Barcelona. Antoni Gaudí, master of the Catalan Modernista Movement, is one of the most eminent architects around the world.
You’re sure to have a wonderful experience as you explore the city by segway on a 3-hour guided tour.
Sights & Attractions: Barri Gòtic; Port Vell; El Cap de Barcelona; Parc de la Ciutadella; Arc de Triomf; L'Eixample District; Passeig de Grácia; Casa Batlló; Casa Milà; Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família and more.
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Private tours can be booked at anytime
Small Group Tour:
This 3-hour Segway tour focuses on Barcelona’s remarkable architecture from Antoni Gaudí i Cornet, whose free-flowing works were remarkably influenced by nature.
Start this 3-hour Segway Tour at the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter), located in the heart of the Old City of Barcelona, than ride toward Port Vell, the historic harbour of Barcelona.
Ride through the Parc de la Ciutadella, the oldest and most popular park in Barcelona, built in 1872 by the master architect Josep Fontserè I Mestre. Here you see also the Fountain Cascada Monumental, designed by Josep Fontseré with the help of Antoni Gaudí as an assistant. Then ride through the Arc de Triomf, a triumphal arch built for the 1888 Barcelona Universal Exposition.
Go to the L’Eixample district one of the most iconic, picturesque and inspirational neighborhoods of the city. A Modernista district par excellence, built at the end of the 19th century. Home to some of the city’s finest Modernist architecture, influenced by the architectural movement known as Catalan Modernista.
Visit Passeig de Gràcia, the heart of L’Eixample district and the city’s famous boulevard, where you will see amazing buildings such as Casa Batlló and Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera. Then go to Gaudi’s famous Temple de la Sagrada Família, one of the most visited monuments around the world.
These monuments testify to Gaudí’s exceptional creative contribution to the development of architecture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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