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It was really amazing! Very well organised. Friendly stuff.

Everything was better than we expected. We booked this group (max 10 people) offer for 3 people, and in the end we had totally private boat ride (we were 6 people together and you divided us on two boats, so we had out private boat for 3 of us) - the captain was perfect- funny, friendly and professional. The heli ride was also very nice! Everything was well organised, communication very fast and easy Thank you very much!

Fun way to see the sights and learn some history.

Ksu of Robot City was a great guide, very knowledgeable about Barcelona's history and current events. She carefully guided us safely around the city and provided historical context and recommendations for additional things to do and places to eat. Highly recommended.

Barcelona: Group Segway Tour Reviewed by Lee, 10/05/2017

Should be on everyone's Barcelona to-do list!

was such a wonderful experience that allowed me to see parts of Barcelona I wouldn't have seen otherwise. The Segway are also a very fun way to get around the city!

Barcelona: 2-Hour Segway Group Tour by Night Reviewed by Zarine, 08/28/2017

Ideal vehicle - interesting presentation-shame about the traffic.

The 'tourbus' was a partially opentop vehicle giving a good view of the sights and having really comfortable seats. The commentary was interesting although some of the illustrations were rather small. The highlight of the tour was the magical fountain which was impressive, but perhaps overshadowed by its own reputation. The tour ended on the observation deck of a building next to Drassanes underground station. the views were impressive though most of the visible (i.e. illuminated) features were quite distant.

Brilliant! A must for people who want to get the feel of Barcelona.

I was shown around by David who was a fantastic guide. After a tutorial for riding the Segway we were off to see the sights. From then on it was history politics and art galore. David really knew his stuff and had photos to show of how Barcelona was like before olympics 1992. The tour really created a window for a foreigner to glimpse the Catalan/Barcelonian identity and leaves you thirsting for more. A brilliant intro to Barcelona and a must for first timers!

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