10. Barcelona: The Classic Segway Tour
Begin your 2 hour tour right next to the Ramblas. Here, you will meet the expert and charming guides who will give you the initial training. The first visit will be the Museo Marítimo and the monument to Colón, a sculpture built as a tribute to the discoverer of America.
You will continue the route bordering the Barrio Gótico and the Born, the two oldest neighborhoods in Barcelona, their narrow and endless streets are full of history. Currently, these neighborhoods attract many tourists for the great number of boutiques, bars and restaurants that are there. Here, your friendly guides will give you some recommendations of where to enjoy delicious tapas and a refreshing sangria.
Now, you will visit the Parc de la Ciutadella, its name comes from the great military fortress that Felipe V ordered to build, this park is considered an open-air museum due to a large number of sculptures that can be found inside. From the park, you can begin to see the Arc de Triomf, another of the monuments created for the universal exhibition of 1888.
Afterward, you will move towards the Barcelona of 92. This event marked the present and future of Barcelona, transforming the city from the inside and making it known worldwide. Structures such as the Olympic Port and Olympic Village were built to receive thousands of athletes with a thirst for glory.
On the way back, you will skirt the charismatic neighborhood of Barceloneta, a place where you can enjoy the breeze, the sun and the beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean. Crossing Port Vell, the oldest port in Barcelona that nowadays is destined to cruises and sports boats, you can observe the Maremagnum shopping center and high-level museums such as the Palau de Mar and the History Museum of Catalonia.