06 Jun Top 10 places to visit by scooter in Barcelona – Barcelona Moto Rent

Barcelona is the perfect place to take a scooter and walk down the street! Aboard your two wheels, the city immediately seems smaller and faster to visit, whether you rent the scooter one or two days, you will have time to visit the entire city.

To make your stay more convenient here is our Top 10 best places to visit by scooter in Barcelona!

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Although the basilica could never be finished by its creator, it remains an impressive and essential piece of Barcelona. Gaudí’s majestic work should be completed in 2026. As beautiful from the inside as from the outside, it offers an architecture that you will not see anywhere else.

Address: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona

Schedule: 9am-6pm

Price: 15


A desire to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city without necessarily leaving for the other side of the world? You just have to ride your scooter and go visit Montjuic. A place that offers you a breath of fresh air! Numerous activities await you all year round: outdoor shows, picnics, etc.

A paradise for athletes but also for those who want to take a moment to relax during their week. Don’t forget to go and see the magic fountains of Montjuic, a mix between sound and light worthy of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas, every night from 9pm!

Address: Avinguda del Castell, Barcelona, Spain

Schedule: open 365 days a day, 24 hours a day

Price: Free


Next stop is the famous Barcelona stadium, all football fans should go for a ride at Camp Nou. The visit of the museum but also the stadium will teach you the history of this emblematic club. Our best advice, go visit the stadium when there is no match so you can visit atypical places like changing rooms, showers or the corridor to access the stadium.

For the biggest fan of the FCB a souvenir shop with the jerseys and collectibles of the famous Barcelona club.

Address: C. d’Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona

 Schedule: Monday-Saturday: 9h30-19h30 / Sunday: 10h-14h30

 Price: on site: 27,5



One of the most beautiful parks in Barcelona according to us. Recorded on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, its flamboyant reliefs and colours make the hearts of all its visitors vibrate. With your shoes on, climb to the top of the park to discover one of the most beautiful views of Barcelona. An atypical architecture inspired by the Jardins de la Fontaine in Nice will leave you speechless.

Address: Carrer d’Olot, s/n Barcelona, Spain

 Schedule: April 30 to August 26 from 8am to 9:30pm

 Price: on the spot: 8,50


Not far from the Ramblas, come and discover a typical Barcelona market. Filled with traditional products, this is the best way to taste the specialities of the Catalan capital. Enjoy Iberian ham, from freshly caught fish to exotic fruit from over 300 stands.

Address: Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

 Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 8am to 8pm

 Price: Free entrance


A life-size reproduction of Spanish architecture. Cross 33 regions of Spain in a single village, you will discover Spanish culture through craft products, but also contemporary Spanish art.

Every Sunday Djs come to share their passion for electronic music around a small brunch

Address: Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, 08038 Barcelona

Opening hours: Open all year long 365 days/ Monday (9am-8pm), Friday (9am-3am), Saturday (9am-4am), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday (9am-midnight)

Price: 12,6€  



At the top of Barcelona’s highest mountain, this amusement park offers you a magnificent view of the city. Its various attractions will allow you to see the city in another way, as long as you do not close your eyes! Whatever your age or your tastes in terms of attraction you will find one made for you among the 25 attractions present in the park.

Address: Tibidabo Square 3-4

Schedule: The schedules are variable, in winter 11am-4pm the week and 8pm the weekend. In summer, 11am-8pm or 9pm on weekdays and 10pm on weekends. August 11am-11pm!

Price: 28,50


A 360 degree view of Barcelona, that’s what the Carmel Bunker has to offer. Located at the top of a hill, a breathtaking view of Barcelona awaits you! This old air battery used to defend the city from bombardments allows you to see a landscape between sea and mountains, the different parts of the city you usually see on foot or on your scooter, you will look totally different seen from above.

Address: Bunker del carmel, Can baró El Turó de la Rovira. Carrer Maria Labèrnia s/n. Horta-Guinardó

Schedule: Open 365 days a day, 24 hours a day

Price: Free entrance


To the north of the city, little known by tourists, is the Horta Labyrinth, one of the oldest parks in Barcelona. It is necessary to dare to get lost there in order to discover all the resources that it is there, in the center of this labyrinth thrones the statue of Enos, god of love. By losing yourself, you will discover all the mysteries it hides there, a park under the themes of love and mythology will take you back in time.

Address: Passeig dels Castanyers, 1, 08035 Barcelona

Schedule: April-October: 10am-8pm

Price: 2,23€ (free on Wednesday and Sunday)


This atypical district offers shows throughout the year. Particularly known for its festival which lasts 5 days in August, where the inhabitants fight for the decoration of the street. The result is often impressive and a beauty for the eyes. This bohemian district is full of bars, restaurants and typical shops which gives it an incredible charm.


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