A beautiful day for a Barcelona Free Walking Tour in the Old Town Gothic Quarter. A fantastic group of people from Croatia, Ukraine, Israel and India (but living in the UK) joined today. We walked around for almost 3 hours and talked about all things Barcelona. What might very much be one of the worst group photos of a tour ever happened on Plaça de Sant Miquel. I was trying something new-and-artsy using Antoni Llena’s homage to Castellers, human towers monument. It didn’t go so well, and as Sharan mentioned twice, I was recording a video and not taking a picture. Please, enjoy the amazing end result (and Mute the sound)!
A lovely Panoramic Barcelona e-Bike Tour tour with Anastasiia and Stanislav. The weather wasn’t our best friend today but we had fun anyway! We took the picture as a selfie since there really wasn’t many people around to ask for help. We snapped it on the Montjuïc mountain next to the Olympic Stadium, with Palau Sant Jordi in the background and the amazing looking Torre Calatrava (Montjuïc Communications Tower). We couldn’t get closer because they were preparing the area for a concert.
Paul joined today, leaving Clair at home before crossing the Atlantic. He was joined by the Klotz family that was just coming to the end of their Mediterranean cruise. All joined today’s Barcelona Highlights City Bike Tour with me, Matthias. Here you see us in front of the majestic Cascada fountain in the Parc de la Ciutadella, the Citadel Park.
Today’s ride took us on a slow and relaxing Barcelona Highlights City Bike Tour with Susanne and Walter along the beach and out on the pier and back towards the lovely Parc de la Ciutadella, the Citadel Parc. The park served as the main location for the 1888 Barcelona Universal Exposition and the Cascada in the background was one of its many attractions. Next time the sun is shining I will make sure we stand in it for the photo…