Barcelona Travel - Top 5

Travel like a local and remain cool, calm and collected in the heat.  


Forget about opening times and ride along at your own pace while you enjoy the city like a local. The tips and suggestions you’ll be given at the pick-up point will let you know what to visit.

Parking a scooter in Barcelona is really easy. You can practically go from door to door without traffic jams or having to walk a long way. You’ll be able to visit the city’s highest landmarks, such as Park Güell and Tibidabo, and head on down to the beaches to chill out.

You can hire your Cooltra scooter by the day or for months with unlimited mileage and everything you’ll need to guarantee your safety.

What does your booking include?:

  • 125cc Cooltra scooter.
  • Bike lock and helmet.
  • Technical instructions and recommendations.
  • Comprehensive third-party damage insurance is included. Collision Damage Waiver subject to an excess of 500 €.
  • Up to 5 € discount available if you take a taxi to our offices (receipt must be shown).


With the transport passes offering unlimited travel for 48, 72, 96 or 120 hours , you’ll be able to get around the city and its surrounding area and save yourself time and money. Discover Barcelona at your leisure and with peace of mind as you’ll be able to use the metro, train to the Airport, buses and trams as many times as you like.


Barcelona is the perfect city to explore on foot while you lose yourself in the narrow streets in its different neighbourhoods, enjoy its green areas and walk along the seafront. The city’s metro and bus network, which is one of the best in Europe, is the best means of transport to discover the city.

Use the travel passes that offer unlimited travel for 48, 72, 96 o 120 hours on the integrated central rail network and let the city surprise you while you enjoy the added convenience of being able to change your plans and use a specific means of transport.

You’ll be able to use any tram, bus (night buses not included) and metro line operated by the Metropolitan Transport System (TMB), the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC) city network and RENFE suburban trains as often as you like. You can also use your card to travel from Barcelona Airport. You can buy or pick up your card at the tourist information offices at the two terminals.

What does your booking include?:

  • 48, 72, 96 or 120 hours (from the first time you use it) travel pass.
  •  Offering an unlimited number of journeys on the metro and buses (night buses not included) operated by Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC) city network, Funicular de Montjuïc, the TRAM, Renfe suburban trains zone 1 and Barcelona airport metro and train


Barcelona Street Art Tour.  Jump on a cool bamboo bike and hit the best Barcelona street art sites.  It’s going to look great on Instagram!


This tour will show you a different kind of city: the industrial and alternative Barcelona, with high walls painted with graffiti, stencils and all kinds of street art. A specialised guide, who is also an artist, will take you through this open-air museum of contemporary art and tell you about the main murals and most representative works of urban culture which are often hidden away and little known yet are fully integrated into the landscape.

You’ll also learn about the history of the movement and its artists, the variety of forms it can adopt and today’s most widely used techniques. 

You can take the tour on a unique, ecofriendly bamboo bike or on foot; in the most sustainable way possible. Depending on the chosen route you?ll go through the former industrial district Poblenou; the Raval or the Born.

What does your booking include?:

Depending on the chosen option:

  • A Guided bamboo bike tour of the city’s best examples of street art: Ciutat Vella (2h), Poblenou (3h) or Poblenou and Ciutat Vella (5h).
  • The 5-hour bamboo bike tour includes a drink and a tapa.
  • Two-hour guided walking tour of the city’s urban art around Raval or Gothic Quarter and Born.
  • The walking tour includes a visit to a gallery specialising into urban art.
  • The guide is a street or an art curator who lives and works in Barcelona.


Walking is our personal favourite method of travelling around Barcelona.  It’s the best way to see the beautiful architecture and really enjoy the city.  If you are pressed for time a guided tour is the way to go and we can recommend some tremendous and alternative guided walks.

Music Walk
Enjoy the opera house and an intimate chamber music concert and a glass of the famous sacramental wine, Muller, at the city’s most ancient Romanesque monastery, and one of its least-known landmarks: Sant Pau del Camp. At JazzSí you’ll enjoy a vibrant Latin jazz concert while you enjoy a glass of local wine and a plate of tapas.  


Photo Walk

Let a professional photographer guide you round the old town or Montjuic taking the best photographs of you and your family.  You get 25 photos included.



See the hidden city, social projects and the parts of the old town that tourists don’t normally get to visit. You will find out about Barcelona’s secret history.

This is part of a social re-insertion project and we highly recommend this tour.



Look up!  You see those pine forests and mountains surrounding Barcelona, that’s the Parc Natural De Collserola and you are going to ride a horse around it whilst taking in the best views of the city!

Take an A/C pick up and in just a few minutes you will be, regardless of experience, in the hands of a professional guide and treking gently through the park.  Enjoy a leisurely lunch and then re-mount and smell those pine trees and enjoy the shade!


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