- Live tour commentary is conducted in English by our friendly, highly trained and award-winning tour guides.
- E-bikes, tour guide, bottled water.
What will I see?
Montjuïc area (the biggest green lung of Barcelona):
It is next to the sea, but there’s plenty of varied and leafy vegetation that reminds of a kind of ‘enchanted forest’. This area regained importance after all the facilities that held the Olympic Games, back in 1992. You will always find a surprise in every corner (Museums, park, monuments). And the most important thing: breathtaking views of the city even if you look towards North, South, East or West.
Montjuic is renowned by its museums, such as the Fundació Miró , the Museu d’Arqueologia, or the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya-MNAC. But, you can also discover architectonic jewels as Mies van der Rohe Pavillion (German pavilion at the 1929 International Exhibition) or the former Casaramona textile factory (a modernista – Catalan Art Noveau – landmark by Puig i Cadafalch now home to CaixaForum). Or have a look at what 1992 Olympic Games contributed to the city: The Olympic Ring, the main site of the Olympic Games, features the stadium, the Estadi Lluís Companys, Arata Izosaki’s sports palace, the Palau Sant Jordi, and the telecommunications tower designed by Santiago Calatrava. The Magic Fountain and the Poble Espanyol, with its “artisans’ village”, are other places of interest in Montjuic which are a must-see.
The waterfront: Port Vell and Barceloneta:
The tour will continue towards the Barceloneta and Port Vell areas where you will enjoy the sea breeze and discover all the bustling beach atmosphere this city has to offer. You will continue towards the Ciutadella Park and from there you will end the tour reaching one of the main landmarks of Barcelona, the Gothic Cathedral of Santa María del Mar.