Barcelona´s Gracia neighborhood on scooter. Suitable for families with children and friend groups!! If you want to take a Tour in this Barcelona bohemian neighborhood in a different way , join this unique tour by our specialized local guides, enthusiasts and touring the city on wheels lovers . They know every corner of the neighborhood and nice stories about the city.

  • Do you want to take a guided tour of lively and original way?
  • Wish to know the authentic  Barcelona that few know?
  • Would you you like to try the convenience and fun of doing on scooter?

Now you can do it!! Gracia neighborhood on scooter. Suitable for families with children and friend groups!!

If you want to take a Tour in Barcelona from a different way , join this unique tour by our specialized guides Barcelona enthusiasts and lovers touring the city on wheels. They know every corner of the neighborhood and nice stories about the city .

We are the only agency that offer this new experience and on top we’re a Barcelona´s company that’s be careful for the patrimony and people.We offer a suitable Tour on scooter and its route and features will bring you a great smile!

Old village on the outskirts of Barcelona, today in Gràcia the own flavor of its old streets and squares are mixed with a bohemian ambiance. The longtime neighbours and new residents are mixed harmoniously, creating a special image that makes the district the most lively and popular of Barcelona.

With this tour scooter through Gracia you can experience the vibrant and authentic neighborhood of the city. Neighborhood bohemian and alternative life where artists have settled and where the ways of life of the new economy and new paradigm is being developed.

Discovering artists, markets,  traditions, local way of life, etc.. of Barcelona’s people, so you’ll be in contact with the real ambient of the bohemian Barcelona.

You’ll also visit many highlights like Casa Vicens that it was Gaudi’s first important work and know the most unknown Barcelona, the Barcelona of Barcelona´s people! With a lot of contrasts and traditions and will of an innovative, original, suitable and fun way : on a guided tour in scooter!

Tour Highlights

Casa Vicens: a family residence designed by Gaudí and built for industrialist Mr Vicens. It’s part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.

Plaça de la Revolució de Setembre 1868 celebrating the dethronement of Isabel II and the start of the “6 years of democracy” (1868-1874) .Discover also Bunker of World War II under this nice square.

Plaça del Raspall with its traditional “bodega”(cellar) E. Marin and its wines in barrels where you can enjoy some local tapas & famous vermout!!

Carrer Verdi one of Gràcia’s busiest streets, with great bars, restaurants and small boutiques.

Gracia’s Barcelona City Hall: Modernist City Hall Square  where you can see local traditional giant figures like Gegants i Cap grossos, used in Catalonian parties.

Plaça del sol a lively square where you will find young people, bars, artists and beautiful terraces, to relax enjoying the true Barcelona’s local way of life.

Mercat de la Llibertat one of the oldest markets in town. With modernist decoration to Francesc Berenguer, Gaudí's follower and friend.

Plaça del diamant & Plaça de la Virreina: 2 pretty and intimate squares so popular in local literature.

Tour Duration: 4-5 h hours

Group: Max.8 persons

  • Professional Guide
  • lightweight scooter adapted to each person


Available all the year, not 25-26 December, 1st January


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