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From Barcelona: Half-Day Montserrat & Horse Riding Tour

1. From Barcelona: Half-Day Montserrat & Horse Riding Tour

Make your first stop of the day in Montserrat, Catalonia’s most emblematic mountain. Topped by a Benedictine Monastery, Montserrat is an ideal half-day trip to spend a fun day in nature, just a few kilometers away from Barcelona. On the way to the monastery, on-board a luxury minibus, admire the Massif of Montserrat, a spectacular multi-peaked rocky range packed of unique needle-shaped formations. Upon arrival, visit the monastery founded in the 10th century, still functioning to this day with over 70 monks. It is also well-known for hosting the figure of La Moreneta (visit dependent on availability), who is the patron saint of Catalonia. Your guide will bring the past alive by explaining the history and ventures of this monastery dating back nearly a thousand years. Next, head to a nearby equestrian center, located at the foothill of the Massif. Get ready for a thrilling horseback ride along the national park, offering breathtaking views of Montserrat, an entertaining and original way to discover the Catalan landscape. Learn how to communicate with your horse, learn the basics of grooming, saddling and practice your riding skills as you enjoy the freedom and tranquility of the countryside. Led by experienced guides, the route is suitable for everyone. Enjoy the ride and the spectacular sights of the mountain. Then, return back to Barcelona.

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Barcelona: Bike Tour

2. Barcelona: Bike Tour

Get to know Barcelona on a relaxed, fun, and informative bike tour. Explore several neighborhoods and see the city's main highlights in one go. Bike the labyrinthine streets of the oldest districts, such as the Gothic Quarter. Pass by old churches, palaces, Roman walls, and medieval monuments. Make your way down to the Old Port to understand Barcelona's relationship to the sea. Enjoy the coastal views and learn about the former fishing village, Barceloneta. Branch off along the way through the city's green oases, like Ciutadella Park. Enjoy the sense of freedom when riding along the bike paths off the beaten track.

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Costa Dorada: Horse Riding and Walking Tour

3. Costa Dorada: Horse Riding and Walking Tour

Follow a short route through Catalan, riding completely tamed and quiet horses. You do not need to have any knowledge about horse-riding as the monitors will help you to carry out the activity, accompanying you at all times.  After riding Catalan roads and mountains, enjoy a walking tour through the Catalan municipality of Montroig, which will last approximately two hours, depending on the rhythm of the group as you visit each hidden place in the locality. Visit the Hermitage of MontRoig del Camp, which is the most characteristic monument in the area. In addition, learn about the history of this town as well as the characters who have lived there, such as Joan Miró himself.

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Penedès: Self-Guided Bike Tour with Winery Visit

4. Penedès: Self-Guided Bike Tour with Winery Visit

Meet in Lavern-Subirats, easily accessible from Barcelona by train. Enjoy a splendid bike ride along quiet paths that run between vineyards and with beautiful views of Montserrat mountain. Follow a customizable route which takes you through the heart of the region, easily accessible through your cell phone. Stop for a guided visit at a family-owned ecological boutique winery. Discover all the secrets of making wine and cava and taste some of their best products. Then, continue by bike back to your departure point. Explore the route at your own pace and return to the meeting point in the evening time, in time to get the train back to Barcelona.

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Barcelona Bike Tour with a Break on a Beach Terrace Bar

5. Barcelona Bike Tour with a Break on a Beach Terrace Bar

Get to know Barcelona on a relaxed, fun, and informative bike tour, including a break at a beach café. Meet your guide outside the Hard Rock Café on Plaça Catalunya. Then, set off to cycle some of the city’s beautiful streets and squares. Discover golden beaches, elegant boutiques, and local food markets. Enjoy the services of a trained guide who is well versed in the history and workings of the city. Hear fascinating anecdotes that uncover the secrets of the city. Cycle along sections of the city’s 160 kilometers of bike lanes, following a route that sticks to pedestrianized streets wherever possible. Designed for all ages, the tour stops every hundred meters to discuss the sights. Pass the green oasis of Parc da la Ciutadella and the Arc de Triomf. Bike the labyrinthine streets of Raval to discover Barcelona’s cosmopolitan vibe. Stop for a break at a beach café, and enjoy the Mediterranean sun and sea.

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Barcelona: 3-Hour Segway Sightseeing Tour

6. Barcelona: 3-Hour Segway Sightseeing Tour

Experience the beauty of Barcelona by Segway on a 3-hour tour of old and new neighborhoods, including the former fishermen’s enclave of Barceloneta. Following a short training session on the easy-to-operate, self-balancing vehicles, start by riding to the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic), known for its 4th-century Roman Wall. Along the way, learn how the 1992 Olympic Games dramatically changed the city, including its connection to the sea. Marvel at the urban art of Sant Sebastià beach, and see street performers entertain the crowds. Admire the yachts and sail boats of the Old Port (Port Vell). Pass through the former fishing village of Barceloneta, and learn the dramatic history of the Catalan people and their struggle for independence along the way. Pause at the ground floor terrace of the W Hotel for a panoramic view of Barcelona’s coastline. Continue to Port Olimpic, site of the Olympic Games and now a hip night spot of seafood restaurants and nightclubs. Reflect in the tranquil gardens and open-air spaces of the Olympic Village, before riding to the Arc de Triomf, built as the main entrance to the 1888 Universal Exhibition. End in Parc de la Ciutadella, and hear how vast areas of La Ribera were demolished to create the city’s only green space for decades.

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Barcelona: Highlights and Gaudi Private Bike Tour

7. Barcelona: Highlights and Gaudi Private Bike Tour

After meeting your local guide, ride first through the Medieval Quarter through the majestic Plaza Real. Discover the adjacent narrow stone cobble streets which are steeped in history. Pass by the Columbus Monument as you make your way to Barceloneta, a colorful neighbourhood with a long fishing tradition. Enjoy some time on Barceloneta Beach, a perfect place to gaze at the Mediterranean Sea and take some beautiful pictures. Ride to the lively Ciutadella Park. Cycle among artists playing music, people playing sports, and families enjoying the sun. Visit Arc de Triomf, one of the most impressive monuments of Barcelona. See the iconic Sagrada Familia, the architectural masterpiece of Gaudi. Learn about this magnificent cathedral and its creator from your expert guide. Ride down Paseo de Gracia, the main exponent of Catalan Modernism. Admire Casa Batllo and Casa Mila, two of the most beautiful buildings of Gaudi, among other gems of Catalan architects of that period. Ride along the lively Las Ramblas, the center of the Old Quarter. Finish up the and get plenty of recommendations from your guide so you can make the most of your visit to this beautiful city.

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Barcelona: 60-minutes Segway Tour

8. Barcelona: 60-minutes Segway Tour

This small route was designed for those looking for the first test of this ingenious vehicle. With a Segway, you can enjoy a whole hour sliding down the sidewalks of Barcelona with friends or family and enjoy the town in a different way. Discover Columbus and Ramblas, Port Vell and Barceloneta big rides so that once there, the smell of the sea leads you to the beaches of Sant Miquel and Sant Sebastian, where you will approach an icon of Barcelona, Hotel W. With a view of the mountain of Montjuïc and the famous cable car the return will begin. A route through the city center with lots of fun and riding Segway, for an unforgettable experience.

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What people are saying about Catalonia

A wonderful experience that I can only recommend to everyone! As a newcomer, the ride was very nice and a great experience. The view is beautiful, the guide is very empathetic and helpful. The trip was made very pleasant by Flavio and his colleague, and we learned a lot about Barcelona and Spain in general during the trip to Montserrat. A very fun ride and, above all, educational. I can recommend this tour to everyone, including people who (like me) have never ridden. My recommendation to the tour guides: to extend the tour by 30-60 minutes so that there is more time to visit the monastery of Montserrat and the monk's market. All in all a very nice and highly recommended tour! Enriched our stay in Barcelona a lot and would book it again and again. Thank you for this very nice experience. 5 stars are not enough, because this tour was just beautiful.

Wonderful experience! I booked the trip because of the horses. It was just fantastic, you ride for about 1 hour through a completely remote landscape with a breathtaking view of the mountains of Montserrat, which Gaudi inspired to build the Sagrada Familia! If you look at the church after the excursion, you can see the similarity. The towers of the church look like the peaks. Incredible!!! and a very special experience which certainly not everyone gets. Be sure to book. Our guide / driver was Flavius and an absolute gift. He always impressed us with insider knowledge about Barcelona and funny legends during the trip. Unforgettable :)

I haven’t been horseback riding in decades and it was a blast. The views for Montserrat were absolutely gorgeous and it was fun to walk around and see what it was. I thought it was well worth driving out into the mountains

The bike tour was amazing! We've seen all the top spots with a great explanation from our guide. Too bad we had bad weather so we couldn't stop for a drink at the beach. All in all very beautiful and informative.

BO was a really nice guide! It was a perfect first impression of barcelona and he gave us a lot of tipps for bars and other places we also need to see.