Welcome Tour to Barcelona in Private Eco Tuk Tuk

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Eco Tuk Tuk offers you a tour of the city of Barcelona. A contact with the capital of Catalonia in which our guides will be able to point out the most important areas of the city and discover its secrets. It is a perfect way to get a broad idea of everything you can enjoy in the city on your travel days. And also the best possible photo tour for the traveler. Turn your stay in Barcelona into an unforgettable experience and take home great memories of this wonderful city!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Eco Tuk Tuk

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The Arc de Triomf is a monument located at the confluence between the Paseo de Lluís Companys, the Paseo de San Juan and the Ronda de San Pedro, in the city of Barcelona. It was designed by the architect José Vilaseca as the main entrance to the Barcelona Universal Exhibition of 1888.

Pass By: Plaza de Toros Monumental de Barcelona

The Plaza Monumental de Barcelona is a bullring in the city of Barcelona. Inaugurated in 1914 under the name of Plaza de El Sport, it was immediately enlarged and renamed in 1916 under the name "Monumental".

Pass By: Sagrada Familia

The Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia, known simply as the Sagrada Familia, is a Catholic basilica in Barcelona, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. Started in 1882, it is still under construction. It is Gaudí's masterpiece, and the greatest exponent of Catalan modernist architecture.

Pass By: Casa Mila - La Pedrera

Casa Milà, more popularly known as La Pedrera, for its quarry-like exterior, was the last civil work of the architect Antoni Gaudí before dedicating himself exclusively to the Sagrada Familia. It is a visit that you cannot miss. Built between 1906 and 1910, in 1994 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Pass By: Casa Batllo

This building, located in the heart of the Ensanche, is one of the most famous in the city. The architect Antoni Gaudí designed it at the beginning of the 20th century, at the height of modernism, to make it the residence of the Batlló family. It is a true work of art, both outside and inside. If you pass by, when you walk through Passeig de Gràcia, the first thing that will catch your attention is its facade.

Pass By: Plaza de Cataluna

It is difficult to visit Barcelona and not go through the Plaza de Catalunya, the link between Ciutat Vella and the Ensanche neighborhood, and the point of convergence of the public transport network and some of the most important streets in the city.

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The Plaza de España in Barcelona is one of the most emblematic spaces in the Catalan capital. It was built during the International Exhibition of 1929, according to a project drawn up by Josep Puig i Cadafalch and Guillem Busquets and completed by Antoni Darder.

Pass By: Montjuic

Montjuic or Montjuich is a mountain in Barcelona, ​​with a height of 177 meters above sea level, which houses a neighborhood of the same name, in the district of Sants-Montjuic.

Pass By: Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic)

The Gothic Quarter, or Barri Gòtic, is a charming district that has narrow medieval alleys lined with trendy bars, pubs and Catalan restaurants. Remains of the Roman city are exhibited at the Museu d'Història de Barcelona. Artisans sell leather goods and precious stones in the vicinity of Barcelona's cathedral, and flower and food stalls line the busy Rambla. In Plaça del Pi, named after the adjoining Gothic church, an art market is set up every weekend.

Pass By: Port Vell (Old Port)

The Old Port is the oldest part of the Port of Barcelona, in the city of Barcelona, Spain. It is where the artificial port of Barcelona was born, with more than two thousand years of tradition. It is separated from the sea by a breakwater, until recently one of the city's favorite popular leisure spots.

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The Ciudadela Park is located in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona. For many years it was the only public park in Barcelona. It was laid out on the old grounds of the Citadel fortress —hence its name—, in the image and likeness of the Luxembourg garden in Paris.
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