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Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Tour

1. Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Tour

Begin your 2-hour activity with a short Segway training session. Once you feel comfortable, roll through the tiny streets of the Gothic Quarter to Plaza de la Merce, and then to Paseo de Colom. En route you’ll be introduced to many architectural masterpieces. Glide to the city's port, where some of the most expensive yachts in the world are parked. Continue to Park Ciutadella where the 1888 Barcelona Universal Exposition took place. Stop for a photo at the Arc de Triomf and pop into Mercat del Born. On the way to Font del Geni Català, you’ll pass Barcelona's França Station. Lots of interesting stories await on this tour. Depending on city traffic, the tour route may be altered.

Barcelona: 1.5-Hour City and Seafront Segway Tour

2. Barcelona: 1.5-Hour City and Seafront Segway Tour

Enjoy a 1.5-hour group Segway tour of Barcelona, with full Segway and helmet rental, and Segway training session before your start. Experience the Mediterranean breeze as you Segway the city’s sidewalks and bike paths for maximum comfort and safety. See the massive cruise ships come in to dock, and glide past the sandy beaches and palm trees of the seafront promenade. Venture down the narrow lanes of the Gothic Quarter, and discover the Barcelona of the Middle Ages and Roman ear. Continue towards the marina to see the gleaming yachts of the rich and famous, and enjoy a panoramic view from the observation deck of the Olympic Port. Continue past the former fishing enclave of Barceloneta, and Segway by the side of the beaches to Port Olimpic. Next, travel through Parc de la Ciutadella, where you can explore this beautiful botanical garden to find its hidden gems.

Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Group Tour by Night

3. Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Group Tour by Night

Start our tour from a Barceloneta beach where you will enjoy a beautiful coast. This is one of Barcelona's oldest and best-loved beaches. It is thought to have inspired Miguel de Cervantes as the setting for the fight between Don Quixote and the Knight of the White Moon. Next you'll go to the Old Port of Barcelona. It was built as part of an urban renewal program prior to the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. Before this, it was a run-down area of empty warehouses, railroad yards, and factories.  Stop in front of the Columbus monument. It was constructed for the World's Fair Barcelona in 1888 in honor to Columbus first voyage to the Americas. And also you will see a charming famous boulevard – La Rambla. Afterwards you’ll move to the central Parc de la Ciutadella, historical landmark of the great expansion of the city. Afterwards you will go all the way up till the Arc of Triumph and going back to the office through the Olimpic Port. This project was carried out following the 1992 Olympics, opening he city to the sea, and this was the area which hosted the Sailing Competitions during the Games. Here are located the famous skyscrapers: Mapfre and Hotel Arts. Both towers are measuring exactly the same, reaching 154 meters in height, and are literaly placed one in front of each other. You'll see them from anywhere in Barcelona,  because of its monumentality and impressive modern architecture.  The rest of the tour you will spend passing close to the new modern area - Forum. You will see one of the most beautiful skyscraper in Barcelona - Agbar Tower. It is one of the most prominent phallic architecture around the world. Torre Agbar is intended to recall the shape of a geyser rising into the air. It was inspired by Montserrat, a mountain near Barcelona. A defining feature of the building is its nocturnal illumination. It has 4,500 LED devices that allow generation of luminous images on its façade. At night this building became as christmas three for citizens.

Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Sightseeing Tour

4. Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Sightseeing Tour

Experience the beauty of Barcelona by Segway on a 2-hour tour of its old and new neighborhoods, including the modern developments built for the 1992 Olympic Games. Following a short training session on the easy-to-operate, self-balancing vehicles, start by riding along the seafront promenade from the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic), and experience the medieval streets before they open up to the sea. Ride under the palm trees of Passeig de Colom, and see the statue of Christopher Columbus at the bottom of Las Ramblas. Next, discover the urban art of Sant Sebastià beach, full of street entertainers and sun worshippers. Admire the yachts and sail boats of the Old Port (Port Vell). Pass the former fishing village of Barceloneta, and learn the dramatic history of the Catalan people and their struggle for independence. Enjoy panoramic views from the ground floor terrace of the Olympic Port. Pause for thought in the tranquil gardens and open-air spaces of the Olympic Village. En route back to the meeting point, admire some of the hi-tech buildings and contemporary skyscrapers that are keeping Barcelona vibrant for the 21st century.

Barcelona: Guided Segway Tour

5. Barcelona: Guided Segway Tour

After a quick training session, we will set off on our Segways from Barcelona beach to discover the highlights of the city. Glide down to the old port area of Port Vell, redeveloped as part of an urban renewal program prior to the 1992 Summer Olympics. Stop in front of the monument to Christopher Columbus, built in 1888 to commemorate his first voyage to the Americas. Travel along the famous La Rambla on the way to the green oasis of Parc de la Ciutadella in the 19th-century district of L'Eixample. Admire the Arc de Triomf before heading to Port Olimpic to check out the Torre Mapfre and Hotel Arts twin towers. We will end the tour with a visit to the regenerated area of Forum Park, built for the 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures.

Barcelona: Private Guided Segway Tour of Gaudi's Barcelona

6. Barcelona: Private Guided Segway Tour of Gaudi's Barcelona

Explore the extraordinary architecture of Barcelona on an eco-friendly Segway and discover the fantastical creations of Antoni Gaudi and his Modernisme contemporaries. Meet your guide in the old Gothic Quarter for some basic Segway training to ensure that you feel comfortable on the electric 2-wheel vehicle before you set off. Then, learn about the Roman wall of Barcelona, built in the 4th-century when the city was known as “Barcino.” Step up and roll out in the direction of the inspiring Park of the Citadel, where you'll discover some of the already impressive first works of Gaudi. Get acquainted with the golden ages of Barcelona in which Gaudi took part, as you roll uptown to the luxurious Passeig de Grácia.  Take your time to enjoy the intricate design of Gaudi's unfinished masterwork. Then, make your way to the grandiose La Sagrada Família, one of the most visited buildings in Spain. Segway down to the Arc de Triomf, built for the 1888 World Expo. Enjoy the ride, smoothly gliding through spacious avenues with bicycle lanes and refreshing parks.

Barcelona: Montjuïc Guided Segway Tour

7. Barcelona: Montjuïc Guided Segway Tour

Starting from the heart of Barcelona, the Gothic Quarter, you'll pass by the seaside of the Old Port. Entering the mountain, dive into the world of nature and magic views of the city and seaside. Passing through the different parks, there are a lot of them, you'll enter the square of Hotel Miramar and the station of the cable car, made especially for the Universale EXPO 1929. At this point, make a stop to enjoy the views and take some pictures. Then, you will go up to the top of the mountain, where Montjuïc Castle is situated 173 meters high above the sea with its fantastic view. On your way back downtown you will still have time to visit the Mirador de Alcalde, where you can admire the city coastline before climbing down the hills.

Barcelona: 1.5-Hour Old Town & Seafront Segway Tour

8. Barcelona: 1.5-Hour Old Town & Seafront Segway Tour

Enjoy a panoramic Segway Tour and explore Barcelona's seafront & city center on a Guided Segway Tour. Discover Las Ramblas, Columbus Monument and Port Vell. Visit the beaches & Barceloneta fisherman's district to better understand how the city was changed after the 1992 Olympic Games. Go inside the Ciutadella Park and learn about its history and the different scenarios that it has represented over time. Admire the Arc de Triomf, the main entrance to the 1888 Universal Exposition. Visit the old town as Born Market & Basilica de Santa María del Mar. Both, located in the Born district, one of the most typical districts in Barcelona, full of nice restaurants and all kinds of shops. Take note of the tips of your Guide! Back to the office, visit La Basilica de la Merçé, Patron Saint of Barcelona and ride along the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter. Enjoy a Segway Tour through the city center & seafront with a lot of fun for an unforgettable Barcelona Experience.

Barcelona 3-Hour Segway Tour with Sagrada Familia

9. Barcelona 3-Hour Segway Tour with Sagrada Familia

Start your Segway tour of Barcelona in the historic Barri Gotic near La Rambla and get a short training session on how to use your personal transporter. Then, head for the beach and experience the lively atmosphere of the seaside promenade. Head to the stunning basilica of La Sagrada Familia, considered the masterpiece of the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Return through the green oasis of Parc de la Ciutadella, where the fountain opposite the lake was created by Gaudí when he was still an unknown student. Pass sculptures and other interesting monuments in the park to get a closer look at their decorative features.

Barcelona: 2-Hour Private Segway Sightseeing Tour

10. Barcelona: 2-Hour Private Segway Sightseeing Tour

Experience the beauty of Barcelona by Segway on a 2-hour private tour of its old and new neighborhoods, including the modern developments built for the 1992 Olympic Games. Following a short training session on the easy-to-operate, self-balancing vehicles, start by riding along the seafront promenade from the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic), and experience the medieval streets before they open up to the sea. Ride under the palm trees of Passeig de Colom, and see the statue of Christopher Columbus at the bottom of Las Ramblas. Next, discover the urban art of Sant Sebastià beach, full of street entertainers and sun worshippers. Admire the yachts and sail boats of the Old Port (Port Vell). Pass the former fishing village of Barceloneta, and learn the dramatic history of the Catalan people and their struggle for independence. Enjoy panoramic views from the ground floor terrace of the W Hotel. Pause for thought in the tranquil gardens and open-air spaces of the Olympic Village. En route back to the meeting point, admire some of the hi-tech buildings and contemporary skyscrapers that are keeping Barcelona vibrant for the 21st century.

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What people are saying about Barcelona

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 2,107 reviews

Our guide was Pau. This was our second time on Segways so we needed to remind ourselves how to ride it. Pau asked us which route we wanted to take since we already did some tours. We saw Barcelonetta, Port Vell, Olympic village, beautiful sight of Barcelona and many more significant buildings. Pau is a real and proud Catalanyan and it was amazing to see such a spark when he was talking about history. Overall, this was amazing experience. Only one thing we didn't like: almost 3 hours in, my partners Segway died so we needed to figure out how to deal with it. Pau rentex a bike for my partner and he was pushing dead segway with him to the HQ. He told the guys working there what happened and that we will be half an hour late coming back since that was how long it took to come back. We went back to sightseeing and same thing happened with New Segway towards the end of the tour. When we were going back, HQ guys called Pau asking him why was he late and that we are over time. I find that bad.

The guide, Leo, is a very good guide. He explains very well how to control the segway and he knows a lot about barcelona. Very good guy! He adapts to what the traveler wants to see. Doesn’t stick to a specific route. Amazing dude! Very friendly and talks very good English!

Guide Lunis was charming and charismatic. He provided a well prepared diet of information about the city and showed the places where to eat. Couldn´t have asked for more. Segway riding was way easier than expected.

Leo was our tour guide. He taught us how to use the segways (it was the first time for both of us) and was a GREAT guide! Would 100% recommend!

Fun to ride through Barcelona. Stop by places to know the history and take photos.