Reviewed by: Abaigeal M, February 2017
So much fun! Our tour guide Adam was great! This was a really fun way to see the city and get some history on all the major sites! But Adam made sure to keep the history lessons light and entertaining!
I would definitely recommend doing this on your first day in Barcelona-as it also helps you get oriented! I would definitely do another tour with Fat Tire in another city!
Reviewed by: Andrew S, February 2017
This was one of the most fun things we did on our 9-day trip to Europe. The tour was very informative and a great way to see a large portion of the city, including lots of key landmarks, in a short period of time. Our guide, Adam, was the best. He managed to provide A LOT of information while being funny/entertaining throughout the tour - definitely our most entertaining guide. He left time to explore some of the more scenic stops, and about 20 minutes to enjoy the beach at the end of the tour. Really enjoyed getting some fresh air, as well.
Reviewed by: nyaworski, February 2017
I highly recommend this tour. Typically we do a lot of walking when we are visiting a new city but this got us to places we probably couldn't have seen on foot. I was surprised by how far we went. I always felt safe as there are designated cycling lanes even tho sometimes they are down the middle of the main streets. Great guide with lots of interesting information. Not too strenuous for us seniors who don't normally cycle.
Reviewed by: Kimo L, February 2017
Best way to see the city and not have to plan out a route for yourself.
Reviewed by: Edward A, January 2017
We thoroughly enjoyed this tour and it ended up dictating much of our time in Barcelona as we found so many things that we never knew about. The guide was excellent and told many great historical stories full of good humour. Cycling pace was easy and allowed a lot of city to be covered quickly
Reviewed by: Ülle E, January 2017
It was really nice to experience the city this way. The guide was really friendly and the stories exciting and amusing. We'd definitely recommend.
Reviewed by: dianebill, January 2017
Was a highlight of our trip. Many bike and Segway tours start from the same location. Bikes were not new, but all in good condition. Guide was young and enthusiastic and gave history of the area colorfully. Ride was not very difficult - one longer hill going up to Sagrada Familia but you could walk if needed. Time to explore on your own was good. Guide brought you to a restaurant for lunch, however with a large group they were unable to serve everyone in the time allotted. No bills were presented, you stood online and told the cashier what you had and paid then - all based on the honor system. There are other spots to eat in the area but then you miss the opportunity to talk with fellow travelers and that was part of the fun. One member of our group ordered. Went for a swim, and still had time to eat.