The Montjuïc Castle Segway Tour is recommended for those who want to learn a little about the history of Barcelona and enjoy an incomparable panorama of the city with views as a drone.
Escape on wheels to discover the most active mountain in the city! Without a doubt, an original experience in Barcelona!
Ramblas – Colón, Port Vell, Estación Marítima, Jardines de Mossen Costa i Llobera, Plaça de l’Armada, Hotel Miramar, Mirador del Poble Sec, Jardins de Joan Brossa, Mirador de l’Alcalde, Castillo de Montjuïc, Poble Sec- Paral.lel.
10am 12.30pm 2.30pm 4.30pm 6pm
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During 2h Tour we will discover viewpoints, gardens and a lush Mediterranean vegetation, to see Barcelona from another perspective. Climb on Segway to the Montjuïc Castle and you can photograph one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
A different route, to escape the bustling city and take refuge from the heat!
A postcard image, which you will remember forever in your visit to the city of Barcelona!
Right next to Las Ramblas, we wait for you in our office located on Carrer Nou de la Rambla 38, to begin with the brief initial training with your expert guide.
Our adventure before climbing the Montjuïc mountain, start’s from the sea, visiting the Columbus Monument, the Port Vell and the Barcelona Maritime Station. Sighting the cruise ships entering the port, we will begin the climb through the Mossen Costa i Llobera Gardens. It’s original gardens will bring out your most photogenic and imaginative side to take pictures with humor and / or art.
We continue climbing … always more … and we will find the Poble Sec viewpoint, where we will stop to take pictures and contemplate the views it offers. Behind us, we will be welcomed by the Plaza de la Armada, full of sculptures and green gardens surrounding the Miramar Hotel.
Old restaurant during the Universal Exhibition of 1929 and headquarters of the studios of Televisión Española (TVE) in Barcelona between 1959 and 1983, currently it is a luxury hotel that offers an enviable panoramic view to its clients. The Miramar building has been resurrected again converted into a five-star luxury hotel.
Now we continue climbing Montjuïc, but without getting tired … in the direction of Montjuïc Castle. We will cross the Joan Brossa Gardens to connect with the Mirador de l’Alcalde, another magnificent point to photograph the city. From there we can see the Barcelona Cable Car, which connects the upper part of Montjuïc with the sea since almost 100 years, through the Torre de Sant Sebastià in Barceloneta Beach.
We leave behind the viewpoint and head to visit the Montjuïc Castle, a fortified military construction with a marked warlike past, it has had a very important role throughout the history of Barcelona. Until today, you can still see and photograph the canyons with which the city was defended.
From the top of the mountain, we will descend back to our office getting close to the neighbourhood of Poble Sec – Paral.lel. Historic leisure and entertainment district of Barcelona since the end of the XIX century until the 70s, it harbored an infinity of theatres, show halls and cabarets, hence it is known as the “Broadway Barcelonés”.
Great experience - highly recommended My wife and I really enjoyed our 2 hour "Classic" Segway tour of Barcelona which we took on our first evening as an intro to the City. If you have never been on Segway before, I would recommend Sun & Segway as their instructions were good and they have an open pedestrian area just round the corner from their premises where you can practice safety before venturing out. Our guide... » Read More
Montjuic Fun Ride We were lucky to be the only 2 people on our Montjuic Segway tour. For 3 hours Roman took us around the waterfront and up the hill, stopping along the way to explain the sites we were seeing and to take photos. As we had done several segway tours before and because we were the only two on the trip, we were able to make the most of the segways... » Read More
A really fun way to see bits of the city we probably wouldn't have got to on foot We took the two hour tour which started with some coaching from our guide Karine and the chance to practice for a few minutes. Then we followed her like a family of ducklings along pavements and cycle paths, across roads and through pedestrians, with everyone...
Great and fun way to tour the city! This was our first Segway experience. We booked onto a public tour but it became a private tour as we were the only two on it. Roman was our guide - very friendly, and he made us feel at ease after finding out it was our first time on a Segway. After a brief training session (it's very easy to get the hang of it) we were off. Barcelona is... » Read More
Brilliant and highly recommended! We found this company on TripAdvisor and turned up the day before to book. Brilliant friendly service from the start. We opted for the Classic tour for 2 hours, taking in all the main sighs of Barcelona. A nice touch with Sun cream and water given before the trip. Our guide Oscar was brilliant, very knowledgeable of the city, a good sense of humour, not forgetting his magic tricks. I... » Read More