Barcelona city sightseeing car

Seeing sightseeing Barcelona by car is not always the easiest due to normal city traffic, navigation and parking, but luckily public transport in the city is cheap, reliable and will get you almost anywhere.

Barcelona city sights

With an incredible amount of architecture to appreciate and some great sightseeing, has to be included as a favourite destination in any self respecting tour of Europe. Barcelona City sights are up there to rival the best cities on the continent but Barcelona has much more.

City sightseeing

Together with all the normal tourist tat and overpriced, main street eateries, there are little gems everywhere just a block or two off the beaten path. The areas of Born, Barri Gotic, Raval and Barceloneta hide a myriad of local treasures where you find authentic food and products not destined for the tourist market.

The main architectural attractions, and many of those the works of course, Sr Antoni Gaudi are quite centrally placed. On the upmarket shopping street of Passeig de Gràcia you will find the famous buildings La Casa Mila and La Casa Batllo only a short walk apart. Just a few blocks or “manzanas” through the area known as l’eixample, or “the expansion” you will come across Gaudi’s singular masterpiece, La Sagrada Família. Building on La Sagrada Famila was originally started in 1883 and was consecrated as a basilica by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010. Construction of La Sagrada Familia continues in the inimitable, modernist, art nouveau style of Gaudi to this day and is set to be complete by 2026, 100 years after Gaudí’s passing.

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Together with all the normal tourist tat and overpriced, main street eateries, there are little gems everywhere just a block or two off the beaten path. The areas of Born, Barri Gotic, Raval and Barceloneta hide a myriad of local treasures where you find authentic food and products not destined for the tourist market.

The main architectural attractions, and many of those the works of course, Sr Antoni Gaudi are quite centrally placed. On the upmarket shopping street of Passeig de Gràcia you will find the famous buildings La Casa Mila and La Casa Batllo only a short walk apart. Just a few blocks or “manzanas” through the area known as l’eixample, or “the expansion” you will come across Gaudi’s singular masterpiece, La Sagrada Família. Building on La Sagrada Famila was originally started in 1883 and was consecrated as a basilica by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010. Construction of La Sagrada Familia continues in the inimitable, modernist, art nouveau style of Gaudi to this day and is set to be complete by 2026, 100 years after Gaudí’s passing.

Barcelona sightseeing

With countless other buildings, museums and historical spaces to see Barcelona is a very rewarding city for someone with an interest in history and/or architecture. If you prefer a more natural environment no Barcelona city sightseeing car tour would be complete without a trip to the Park Natural de Collserola. From this high ground, 350 meters above the city you can see all the City sights and take advantage of the best photo opportunities available. The company Tourisimo can take you to all the hidden hilltop places to really appreciate sightseeing in Barcelona and for the more adventurous, even take you on a tour which includes a visit to the Collserola tower, La Torre de Collserola. No visit for city sightseeing would be complete without recording the views and vistas from this iconic tower. At 560 meters above sea level sightseeing in Barcelona has never been better and you don’t need a Barcelona city sightseeing car to accomplish it. Your Tourisimo guided tour, driving one of their fleet of 100% electric Renault Twizys will really make your visit to the city complete.

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2019-04-25T18:44:33+02:00

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