Gaudí Segway Tour - Barcelona
Why this tour?
This Segway tour of Modernism and Gaudí's Sagrada Família will take you on a journey through Barcelona's most recent history, taking you through two of the city's most centralized districts - Eixample and Vila de Gràcia.
Starting at the Arc de Triomf on Avenida Lluís Companys, this itinerary introduces you to the majority of Barcelona's most important attractions. The tour includes Antoni Gaudí's famous architectural works - La Sagrada Familia, La Casa Batlló and La Casa Milà ("La Pedrera") - on Passeig de Gràcia, one of the most famous boulevards in the city.
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You will also visit lesser-known modernist icons built by great architects such as Josep Puig I Cadafalch and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, among them the Casa Fuster, the Casa de les Punxes or the Casa Amatller, a luxurious property whose construction was commissioned by a rich chocolate magnate in 1898.
Another point of interest is the Monumental, a bullfighting arena where the last bullfight took place before the practice was banned by the Catalan parliament.
In addition to the Eixample district, this tour is also a trip to the main square of the Gràcia district; La Plaza de la Vila de Gràcia. It is interesting to note that originally this neighborhood was not directly connected to the old town of Barcelona, La Ciutat Vella, which is comprised of the Gótic district, the Born, the Raval and the neighborhood that is close to the beach, the Barceloneta.
What else will you see?
The village was established in the 17th century and remained an independent municipality until its official annexation to Barcelona in 1897. In the square you will see a distinct bell tower and the old town hall. - La Casa de la Vila de Gràcia.
Being one of the most picturesque and cosmopolitan neighborhoods of Barcelona, in Gràcia resides the young bohemian population of the city. The neighborhood consists of small buildings and alleys filled with local stores, restaurants and art galleries - the kind of lively infrastructure for which Barcelona is so well known.