Our tours try to show you the real Barcelona, which is seen by the people living in it everyday.
Bikes are becoming the most popular mode of transport to get around the city and there are almost 200 km of cycle lanes now.
Doing tours on bikes allows us to cover a large distance, some 14 km, in a relatively short time (3 – 3.5 hours)
90% of the tour is on bike lanes to ensure your safety.
We set off from Plaça Espanya, next to Fira de Barcelona and Montjuic. There are a lot of buses and metro lines that connect there so it’s easy to get to.
We will tour parts of the city where there are no tourists, we don’t like to queue.

My tour will not be the usual tour, I want to show the real Barcelona, of course in Barcelona there is Gaudi and modernism, but there is a lot more. I’ll show where the people live, shop, work…

The meeting point,

Plaça Espanya

It’s one of the most important squares in Barcelona, built in 1929 for the International Exhibition. From here you can see Montjuic, home of 1992 Olympic Games.

Avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina starts with the two Venetian Towers and goes directly to the 4 columns of Puig i Cadafalch, that symbolises the four bars of the Catalan flag, Fonts de Montjuic and MNAC.

Next to us, is the Arenas of Barcelona, which in the past was a bullring. Now a days bullfight is prohibited in Catalunya, and Arenas is a Shopping Mall. At the top of the mall, there is a good and free viewpoint to see the entire city.