Barcelona: Family Walking and Biking Tour
- Explore the Gothic Quarter and its medieval buildings
- Marvel at the more than 2,000 year old Roman ruins
- Enjoy skip-the-line access to some of the city's top sights
- Go on a kid-friendly tour of historical Barcelona with something for everyone
After taking a short break to enjoy the edible scavenger hunt prizes (everyone is a winner, just don't tell the kids), hop on bikes and set off to explore more of the city. Your guide will lead you on a fun-filled tour of several big urban renewal projects and the breathtaking inner harbor. Enjoy the beautiful sights of the waterfront area, including upscale housing and a stunning sea port, while your little ones enjoy the thrill of whizzing around on bikes.
Next, check out the 1888 Universal Expo grounds and the nearby Parc de la Cuitadella, which amazingly still features buildings from the Expo, including the waterfall, the mammoth, the wooden greenhouse, and the Three Dragons Pavilion. Enjoy the lush green environment of the park and marvel at the well-preserved historical sites. Then head to the Arc d’Triomph, a monumental archway that was built to welcome visitors to 1888 exhibition.
After seeing these important historical sites, it's time to visit one of Barcelona’s family friend neighborhood's: the lower part of el Born. This vibrant neighborhood is filled with restaurants, upscale artisan galleries, and workshops, but oozes a relaxed vibe that is a truly enchanting experience for kids. knock off another historical site here with a stop at the beautiful Santa del Mar Church built in the 1300s.
- Entry fees to Cathedral de Barcelona and Antique Synagogue
- Private tour guide
- Scavenger hunt with prizes
- Bike and helmet rental
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
Your guide will be waiting for you in front of the Ajuntament de Barcelona (City Hall). It is the building with THREE flags on top and a BIG clock. Your guide will have a sign reading Enchanting Tours.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
• Wear comfortable walking shoes and clothes for biking
• It is not possible to go inside the Cathedral on Saturday or Sundays
• In order to go inside the Cathedral, you will need to have your shoulders and knees covered. A cotton scarf or wrap over what you are wearing is acceptable and suggested in the hot summer months
• The Synagogue is closed on Saturdays for Shabbat and closes at 3 pm on Sundays