Gothic Quarter Barcelona
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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 60 reviews

An excellent and informative tour at a very reasonable price

Booked this tour a day before we took it - got a confirming text from their office within hours, with clear directions as to where they were situated (very convenient location). Was met at their offices by our very knowledgeable and friendly tour guide Pablo, who spoke excellent English (as well as Catalan, Spanish, German....). The tour was excellent value for money which covered the gothic quarter, the promenade, harbour (out to Hotel W on the harbour wall), along the beach and back through the older harbour quarter. Pablo even took an extended video on the iPhone of our drive along the promenade We looked at the 'official' Segway tours, which are promoted by the Tourist office...however they are c.€5-10 more expensive and look to be much more crowded, so this was an excellent choice...thoroughly recommended

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!

excellent way for hen party to spend first day in barcelona

we were a mix of ages and abilities and all really enjoyed the experience. from the little narrow streets where picasso once lived to the modern hotels and wine bars on the harbour. Really good fun and would deffinately do again

Friendly informative guide, interesting facts about barcelona.

Worth the money and guide was great. Riding the segway had the limiter on the whole time so couldn't really experience the segway but still worth it.

The most fun way to travel around Barcelona.

Diego was a great guide & very passionate about Barcelona. We learnt a lot & enjoyed his talks. We would recommend this tour to everyone.