Panoramic Montjuïc Segway Tour is a quick visit to Montjuïc, to live a different experience in Barcelona.
A route to get closer to Montjuïc mountain and discover this urban vegetation oasis. You will be surprised by the tranquillity that is breathed in this historic mountain, full of Mediterranean vegetation and botanical gardens, from where you can photograph spectacular views of the city.
Monument to Colón, Port Vell, Maritime Station, Jardines de Mossen Costa i Llobera, Plaça de l’Armada, Mirador del Poble Sec, Hotel Miramar y Paral-lel.
10am 12pm 2pm 4pm 6pm
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60 minutes of tour, with the pleasant company of our professional guide, who will share with you interesting anecdotes.
You do not need to bring anything … to climb this mountain you do not need harnesses or safety bindings, just sunglasses and desire to have fun! We will wait for you!
As all our Segway Tours, we will start with the previous training at our office located on 38th Nou de la Rambla St.
After 5 minutes of brief introduction, we will begin our route in the direction of Las Ramblas and the Colón Monument, the great discoverer of America.
Cristóbal Colón it’s who guides us to our next destination, the Port Vell and the World Trade Center, current Barcelona Maritime Station, where every year hundreds of cruise ships dock with thousands of passengers visiting Barcelona.
Ready… we start to climb the mountain through the Mossen Costa i Llobera Gardens, where we will find beautiful and well-cared gardens with more than 800 cactus varieties brought from different desert parts of the world.
When leaving the Gardens we will find the Miramar hotel, located in a unique enclave of the city, it offers an excellent panoramic view of the metropolis. Just in front of the hotel is the Plaça de l’Armada and the Poble Sec Viewpoint where we will take some pictures with the Skyline of Barcelona in the background.
With the Skyline image immortalized in our retina, we will descend again to the city back to the point of departure, passing through the Paral.lel and the Maritime Museum.