Barcelona Segway Tour - Barcelona
The Barcelona Segway Tour History and Seafront takes you to see the most beautiful places on Barcelona's seafront - the historic Port Vell, the city's most popular beach: La Barceloneta and the new promenade next to the W hotel, and the Parc de la Ciutadella.
This sightseeing tour begins with a visit to the largest park in the city. After exploring the park, the next stop is the Port Vell, the oldest marine in Barcelona, with hundreds of small boats and an avenue with palm trees lined up straight out of a painting.
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The Port Vell has existed for centuries and, despite the fact that it has been continuously remodeled, there are still several well-preserved buildings from its beginnings that we can marvel at, such as the late 19th century storage and trading building Palau de Mar and the Port Vell customs office.
Between the latter, Las Ramblas and the Royal Barcelona Shipyard, we find the monument to Christopher Columbus. Like the Arc de Triomf and many other monuments in Barcelona, this 60 meter high statue was built for the 1888 World's Fair.
After passing the Port Vell, the Maremàgnum shopping center and the Barcelona Aquarium, the guided tour continues towards the shore.
On the way from the center to Barceloneta beach - one of the most popular beaches in Barcelona - the itinerary continues along La Barceloneta, the old fishermen's quarter.
In the square in front of the beach, "La Plaza del Mar", the tour passes by the Torre de Sant Sebastià, the station of the red Telefèric del Port Vell cable car, which was inaugurated in 1931 and transports visitors from the beach to the mountain of Montjuic.
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The next part of the tour includes the area around the W Hotel and the newest yacht marina and promenade in Barcelona, La Marina Vella Barcelona, where spacious terraces offer a magnificent view of the Barcelona coast.
The Segway Tour of the Barcelona Waterfront contains some of the most beautiful places in Barcelona, most of which are not visited during more traditional tours such as the city bus tour. The tour offers a comprehensive overview of Barcelona's maritime history, the ongoing transformation of the city and the waterfront, and the role that the Mediterranean Sea plays in Barcelona's local culture.