Unfurls the sails of your Segway and let’s navigate to the Olympic Port!
Visit different areas of the city where it took the place of an exceptional “restyling” Avant-garde, with a purpose to offer the best welcome to the Olympic Games of ‘92.
In ‘92, Barcelona is renewed!
Colón-Las Ramblas, Port Vell, Cara de Barcelona, Parc de la Ciutadella, Arc de Triomf, Port Olímpic, Vila Olímpica and Barceloneta.
10am 12.30pm 3pm 5pm
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We will show you a fresh, modern and welcoming Barcelona, and we will do it with the same enthusiasm and the same illusion as those athletes who participated in the 25th edition of the ‘92 Olympic games.
Do not think about it anymore … and let our guides accompany you and do what they like so much … show the city and tell you about it.
We will start from our office located next to Las Ramblas on Carrer de Montserrat, 8 (Google Map).
After a previous training to leave with our Tour in safe way, we will inaugurate the route passing through the Columbus Monument and the Seafront of Port Vell.
With a design referring to Catalan modernism, we will be surprised by La Cara de Barcelona; pop-Art Monument made by Roy Lichtenstein during the reform of The Barcelona coast for the JJ.OO of ‘92, in which he pays a small Tribute to Antoni Gaudí.
In the direction of the Olympic Port, we will cross the Parc de la Ciutadella, a former military citadel, where we currently find the Barcelona Zoo, the Parlament of Catalunya, and the Museum of Natural Sciences, among others.
Reached the port, scene of the sailing competitions during the ‘92 Olympic, we will be captivated by a symbol of modern Barcelona, the Golden Fish (Peix Daurat in Catalan). A monumental sculpture created by the Canadian architect Frank O. Gehry, which proposes a large steel structure in the shape of a fish, whose golden and bright reflections mark the beginning of the Marina Port Promenade.
This is the perfect Tour to understand the evolution of the sea front in the neighborhoods of Poblenou and Barceloneta, and how this event marked a before and after in the city of Barcelona.
A great way to see the city The check-in and pre-tour training was thorough and enjoyable. Safety was taken very seriously. Our tour guide, Fede, was excellent. He had great knowledge of the features of the city and answered all of the six-person group's questions well, and with an fine sense of humour. He took great care to make sure everyone was coping well with the segway itself and the traffic conditions.We saw areas of Barcelona we... » Read More
The Best and Only Way to See Barcelona I have done Segway tours in three cities now. Austin (Texas), Paris and now Barcelona. Without a shadow of a doubt, Barcelona is the best city for Segway tours, especially if you are short of time. Reason being there is so much distance to cover and so much to see. Walking and public transport will take you forever and cycling is a viable alternative (although not the best for those... » Read More
Brilliant Fun!!! I visited Barcelona in September with a couple of mates. Booked ourselves on the 1 1/2 hour city tour with Lisa. Few minutes were spent orientating ourselves and then off we went down by the harbour, past the zoo and to the Olympic village. A quick drag race of the 3 of us near the smaller harbour, and then retrace our steps back to the start. Our guide was great... » Read More
Do this!! If you go to Barcelona and want a tour, that's fun and informative, do it on a segway with these guys. Genuinely can't fault them. Our guide Fed, was superb. Knew his stuff, entertaining and patient. Did the hour tour and I wish I'd taken the 3 hour tour...1 hour wasnt long enough. Anyone worried about segways, don't be, you're looked after, and you'll pick it up really quickly in... » Read More