TOUR Hidden Corners of Barcelona

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Everybody loves Barcelona! This hugely popular destination has gorgeous art nouveau heritage, nice beaches, great food and crazy nightlife. But our city has far more to offer. Few people know that last century, a group of several towns came together to create what today we call Barcelona. Each of these towns has a different character and charm, and fortunately mostly neglected by tourists. So if you are into different stuff and want to learn a bit about Barcelona’s history contact us and we’ll tailor a tour specially for you. Plus we’ll discover some truly amazing parks, interesting squares and streets and enjoy the best views in town.

Hidden Corners of Barcelona

Some of the places to be visited are: Poble Sec, Montjuic Park, Plaça Espanya, Espanya Industrial Park, Sants neighbourhood, Les Corts neighbourhood, Gràcia neighbourhood, etc.

Duration: 3 or 4 hours
Price: 30 eur for 3 hour tour; 40 eur for 4 hour tour / person (minimum 2 people)
We use very cool bicycles (included in the Price)

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2 Responses

  1. Anna Kis
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    I am a fan of not so well-known, hidden parts of a city. I usually discover them on my own, but doing so I miss a lot of knowledge, as tourist guides don’t deal with those places that much. And this is the point where Milos’ bike tour is a great idea! Biking around those places with someone who lives there, knows a lot about them (also from the perspective of an architect) and is happy and eager to share his knowledge is the best choice for a Barcelona trip. I enjoyed hanging around with him, biking in very different parts of this very diverse city, and getting answers for so many questions. Not to mention the great cafes in unknown little plazas that we also visited. So, thank you, Milos, next time in Barcelona I will definitely take another tour with you to further corners!

    • happyfrogtravels
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      Anna thanks so much! I had a great time too! I promise there are still some hidden corners left to be explored. So see you again!

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