Hola and welcome to our exclusive guide to some of Fat Tire's favorite sights, eats, and spots in our amazing city! We're a company built by travelers - just like you. Regardless if you're brand new to Barcelona or have been many times, after all of the planning, time, and effort spent on getting here, having a great time in Barcelona should be the easy part. That's where we come in.
The people have spoken! Whether you are a history buff, an art enthusiast, or just love exploring Barcelona like we do, our tours offer something for just about everyone.
Each season we hand-select the best tour guides to make your experience educational, entertaining, and most of all: fun. Our goal while you are in Barcelona is to provide you with memories that last a lifetime, and we hope to see you on a tour with us soon.
Beautiful beaches, colorful buildings, unique art, unparalleled cuisine, and a culture bursting with energy - Barcelona has no shortage of things to do or see. We know your time in Barcelona is precious, and we pride ourselves on bringing you the best of the city. Our bike tours are designed to help you see as much of Barcelona as possible in a fun way, alongside your expert and entertaining guide. Our guides provide interesting and entertaining, not dull and monotonous, anecdotes about the major sites that you won't find in guide books.
Entrance fee: General Admission - €11,00, free entry for under 18s and over 65s. Entry is free Thursday afternoons (6:00pm until close) and the first Sunday of each month.
Closest metro station: Jaume 1 (line 4) and Arc de Triomf (line 1).
Don’t miss the Picasso Museum located in the beautiful neighborhood of El Born.
Entrance fee: General Admission is €7,00
Closest metro station: Catalunya (line 1 and line 3), Urquinaona (line 1 and line 4), Liceu (line 3) and Jaume I (line 4). .
Travel through time in this medieval setting, featuring remains of Roman streets and buildings.
Entrance fee: Cathedral Entrance - €15,00 Cathedral Entrance + Towers - €29,00
Closest metro station: Sagrada Familia (lines 2 and 5)
During our Barcelona City Bike Tour, after your guide provides you with unique and historical anecdotes, you are given free time to wander around and view the outside of the church. However, we do encourage our tour guests to return to the church on their own to see it from the inside and it is well worth the extra trip.
Entrance fee: General Admission - €7,00, student discount available, free entry for under 6s and over 65s.
Closest metro station: Vallcarca or Lesseps (line 3). Access Park Güell through the passage of Sant Josep de la Muntanya which is equipped with escalators.
This park shouldn't be missed. Don't forget your camera for epic views overlooking the city.
Entrance fee: General Admission - €25,00, students and over 65s - €19,50
Closest metro station: Diagonal (lines 3 and 5)
Purchase tickets in advance online for the most affordable option.
Entrance fee: General Admission - €23,50, student discount available, free entry for under 7s
Closest metro station: Passeig de Gràcia (lines 2, 3, 4)
Entrance fee: General Admission - €12,00
Closest metro station: Liceu (line 3)
Entrance fee: General Admission - €12,00, student discount available, free entry for under 16s and over 65s
Closest metro station: Plaça d'Espanya (lines 1 and 3)
Located atop Montjuïc, referred to as "Jewish Mountain" in medieval Latin and Catalan documents. The Olympic stadium which held the 1992 Olympic Games is also nearby. If you make it all the way to the top you will find an old fortress, and most importantly - amazing views from all the viewpoints of the hill. Right below there is a magic fountain, where people can see a free fountain sound and light show. Our Montjuïc E-Bike Tour utilises the newest and best electric bikes which eliminates the need for strenuous pedaling and gives you a comfortable uphill ride to the palace so you can focus on taking in every detail of this incredible building as well as the stunning views of the city below.
Entrance fee: General Admission - €18,00
Closest metro station: Urquinaona (lines 1 and 4)
Guests on our Barcelona City Bike Tour cruise through the busy area that neighbor the Palau de la Música Catalana and get to see the incredible detail of this building up-close while learning more about the history of this unique and beautiful concert venue.
Entrance fee: N/A
Closest metro station: El Carmel (line 5)
An observation deck that offers an amazing 360° view of Barcelona.
Entrance fee: General Admission - €12,70
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A vintage amusement park at the top of the mountain, another place to see the whole Barcelona from above.
Getting around Barcelona is a breeze!
Enjoy seafood paella along the beachfront, sip sangria and savor tapas on a cobbled street, or pick up some fresh fruit from one of the many street markets - Barcelona is a paradise for food lovers!
Carrer de la Llibreteria, 1, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Hungry while waiting for your bike tour with Fat Tire Tours? Check out this great shop that has been selling classic pressed sandwiches since 1951.
Carrer del Parlament de Catalunya, 56, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
Need to cool off? Stop by Barcelona’s version of a soda shop to test out horchata - a blended sweet drink made from tiger nut milk.
Passatge Sert, 12, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
A cake shop where the pastries are bite-sized works of art. Too pretty to eat? Never.
Carrer de les Caputxes, 10, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
A specialty coffee shop to get your morning fix. They also do coffee tastings (what they call “cuppings”) on Fridays at 4:00 p.m.
Carrer de la Fusteria, 14, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Huge sandwiches and salads for small prices.
Carrer de Ferran, 13, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
One of the best falafels in Barcelona with all you can eat salad.
Carrer de la Reina Cristina, 7, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
A tiny wine bar that serves inexpensive glasses and delicious tapas. Squeeze up to the often-busy bar to order a glass (or two) of Spanish cava - a sweet, pink sparkling wine that pairs well with meats, cheeses, or fried nibbles.
Carrer de l'Hospital, 74, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona has been contributing to the global craft beer scene. Grab a pint and some bites here.
Carrer de Casanova, 155, 08036 Barcelona, Spain
The pintxo is a typical Spanish tapas, with “pintxo” (Spanish for “spike”) referring to a toothpick that holds something delicious to a piece of bread. Here, Maitea serves 100 different varieties.
Carrer d'en Tantarantana, 24, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
This cozy restaurant near El Born is a part of the Grupo San Telmo - a collection of restaurants in Barcelona that serve delicious modern Spanish food in trendy spaces.
Carrer de Montsió, 3, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Worth visiting for the building alone, as it was constructed by a Modernista contemporary of Gaudi, this restaurant was once the hangout for Spanish creatives like Picasso.
Carrer d'en Quintana, 5, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Spain’s 2nd oldest restaurant was founded in 1768 and its tradition continues today. Test out classic and tasty Spanish dishes in a historic spot.
Carrer de Villarroel, 163, 08036 Barcelona, Spain
This 1-Michelin starred restaurant is run by veterans of El Bulli. Put your dining experience in their trusted hands and get ready for unforgettable Mediterranean cuisine.
Ctra. de Miramar, 38, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
One word: Paella.