Discover the wonders of our greatest catalan architect, thanks to our Gaudí Segway Tour.
¿Are you ready to slide into the world of modernism, as fascinating as its own creator? We would like to introduce Antoni Gaudí i Cornet!
Riding our Segways, we’ll know in an easy and funny way, some creations of the most important icon of modernism in Europe, as Sagrada Familia, Casa Milà and Casa Batlló, and how he dedicated all his life to the modernist architecture in Barcelona.
Gaudí is Barcelona, Barcelona is Gaudí!
As good hosts, we will guide you through Barcelona seeing his works, and we’ll show you how Gaudí completely changed the public opinion with his architecture.
With this route to the Catalan modernism you will know the true essence of Antoni Gaudí and Barcelona!
¿What are you waiting for? ¿Do you join us?
Las Ramblas, Columbus Monument, Port Vell, Barcelona’s Face, Ciutadella Park, Arc de Triomf, Eixample District, Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Sagrada Familia, La Monumental.
10am 1pm 4pm
For personalized schedules, contact us!
This is the ideal trip to get into the life of Gaudí as a person and genius, and appreciate the perfect fusion between the classical and modern architecture of the city.
At the end of the Tour we guarantee that you will get off your Segway as new GAUDI’S Lovers !!
Our Segway Tour to the Catalan Modernism will begin from our office, located in Barcelona’s heart just next to Las Ramblas.
After meeting your guide and learning how to drive the Segway, we’ll begin the route discovering the Columbus monument, the Port Vell and the Barcelona’s Face (the most expensive monument owned by the city at the end of the Olympic Games of 92’).
From there, we’ll take the direction of the Ciutadella Park and Arc de Triomf, projected and realized for the World’s Fair of 1888 organized by Barcelona.
Into the park, we’ll be able yet to see some of Gaudi’s Works when he was young.
And yes!; now, we’ll enter to l’Eixample, the most populated area of Barcelona, to go through the Passeig de Gràcia plenty of luxury shops where are located two important works of the Catalan architect; La Casa Batlló and La Casa Milà.
Here we’ll observe the Casa Batlló natural forms and the “trencadís” famous technique.
Not too far from Casa Batlló, we’ll discover La Casa Milà, where Antoni Gaudí left a jewel of the modernist architecture, known by Barcelona citizen people as “La Pedrera” because of its stone facade.
Finally, and of course no less important, we’ll show you the most international Gaudi’s work and icon of the city of Barcelona, the Expiatory Temple of La Sagrada Familia.
Emblem of Barcelona and of Catalonia, the Sagrada Familia is the last big dream of Antoni Gaudí.