Barcelona urban green city tour for distinguished visitors

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A carbon-footprint friendly Barcelona PEV fashions a green path to the city sights with well planned Barcelona cycle pathways guiding you accurately toward the afternoon trip on the high sea navigating coastline on a forward-thinking solar-powered catamaran. A restaurant to fit the logically concerned narrative shows the intelligent bargain in answer to the drastic scientific stratagem predicted. Harness the elements to tame the technological balance between the earth and people kind on a hope expressing ecologically and economically sound eco-friendly future tour voyage representative of the citywide and indeed worldwide battle to viably solve the green equation.

8 hours
Historical area
Beach area

Points of Interest

La Rambla
Port Olympic
Port Vell


Solar Catamaran
Tour guide
Traditional local lunch service


Arc de Triomf Mercat del Born
Santa Maria del Mar Palau de la Música
Plaça Sant Felip Neri Plaça Reial
La Ramblas Casa Batlló
Casa Milà - La Pedrera Sagrada Familia
Port Vell Beaches of Barcelona

How it works

choose your starting time
choose your prefered language
meet & greet by personal guide at location of your choice
private transportation throughout the tour
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Jardi botanic de Barcelona
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La Rambla, Barcelona
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Mercat del Born Barcelona
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Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona
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Parlament de Catalunya
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Port Olympic Barcelona
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Port Vell Barcelona
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Santa Maria del Mar

The Barcelona Botanical Gardens. Originally designed for the Barcelona Universal Exposition of 1888, presently houses 1,350 cataloged species. An eventual aim of expanding the collection to contain 4,000 Mediterranean flora and fauna examples. Location: Sants-Montjuïc. Established: (1888).
La Rambla. Originally a sewage stream until 1440. Inclusion into the new city wall transformed it into a functional promenade. Present the centre of city life in Barcelona. Covering a stretch 1.2 km connecting Placa de Catalunya with the sea front. Watch the street artists. Includes. Port Vell. Location: Ciutat Vella. Sites of interest: Mosaic artwork by Joan Miró. Font de Canaletes. Liceu Theatre. The impressive choice on offer at international La Boqueria market.
Mercat del Born. Born Market Hall. A former public Market. Presently serving as a glass topped archeological site. Discovered beneath  the market in 2002. Plus a museum dedicated to the War of Succession.Construction: (1874-1878). Restoration: (1977-1981). Location: Ciutat Vella. Architect: Antoni Rovira i Trias (1873-1878). Joseph Fontserè. engineer Joseph Cornet i Mas (1977-1981).
Montjuïc. Jewish mountain. Previously the site of several fortifications. Contains one remaining castle. The castle of Montjuïc. Plus buildings constructed to host the international exhibition in 1929. The Olympic games in 1992. Presently the FIRA. An important  facility for international world conferencing and congress liaisons. Sites of Interest: Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys. Telecommunication Tower. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Funicular de Montjuic. Botanical Garden. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village). Font Magica Fountain. German national Pavilion. Fundacio Juan Miro. FIRA congress center. Montjuic Cemetery. Museum of Ethnology. Catalan museum of archaeology. Olympic Sports Museum. Location: Sants-Montjuïc
Parc de la Ciutadella. Barcelona's main city park. In fact during the 19th century it was the city's only green area. Plays an important part in Barcelona's urban green development. Location: Ciutat Vella. Established during 19th century. Sites of interest: The Citadel. The Cascada. The Lake. Barcelona zoo. Museum of zoology. Museum of geology.
Parliament de Catalunya. Located in the Ciutadella Park. Unravel an often turbulent history dating back to the 18th centaury. In April 1980 the building held the first session of the newly established devolved Catalan parliament. At present the story continues. Construction: (1716 and 1748). Location: Ciutat Vella. Architect: Próspero de Verboom.
Port Olympic. Opened in 1991 to host sailing events for the 1992 Summer Olympics. Presently a fun relaxing Marina vital to Barcelona. Its seafood restaurants and bars make it one of the city's most popular leisure areas. Sites of Interest: Peix (Fish) Frank Gehry (sculpture). Twin-tower blocks (Hotel Arts and the Torre Mapfre). Vila Olímpica. Mediterranean coastline. Location: Sant Martí.
Port Vell. Known in Barcelona as the old harbour. Once a major power of the seas. Containing a deep rooted history. Presently it is being transformed to attract the world of super yachts in aim of becoming a leading nautical leisure and business destination. Location: Ciutat Vella. Sites of Interest: Maremagnum (shopping). Barcelona L'Aquàrium. IMAX Port Vell. Museu d'Història de Catalunya.
The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. Or the Cathedral of La Ribera. The only surviving church containing architecture created in the pure Catalan Gothic style. Construction: (1329-1384). Location: Ciutat Vella. Architect: Berenguer de Montagut.

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