Gaudí Route with a rental Scooter
Today in Rental Moto Barcelona we want to offer you an ideal alternative to enjoy the best of your experience in Barcelona, even more after renting a Scooter with us. In this regard, we all know that one of Barcelona greatest treasures it’s the cultural and architectonical appealing, because of the great artwork left by renowned Antoni Gaudí. Not in vain one of his most impressive buildings, the Sagrada Familia, is one of the most visited places in the whole world.
Because of that, we want to offer you an ideal route on board of one of our Scooters. A journey that wil surely allow you to visit the whole city and each one of Gaudí’s buildings, taking the best out of your time and money.
Departing point and first stop: Barcelona Sants – La Porta del Drac
After visiting our main offices, right next to Sants station, the first stop will be La Porta del Drac, a work that has a magnificent undertone and it was built to guard the entrance to Finca Guell, a place that became later the Huerto de las Hespérides, in memoriam of the first Marquis of Comillas. The impressive door height is about 5 meters, and it has spent a lifetime captivating it’s visitors, Woody Allen –the acclaimed north American director- is among those visitors who could not restrain from filming a scene of his movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona in that same place.
Stop 2: Avenida Diagonal
The Diagonal of Barcelona, one of the main streets of the city. With an extension of more than 10 km long, it is one of the 3 great avenues that goes through Barcelona. One of its main attractive, besides its ornaments, is the architecture of the buildings that surrounds the whole road.
Stop 3: La Pedrera
Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera, is one of the most emblematic buildings of the city, built by Antoni Gaudí between 1906 and 1912. It was declare a Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1984 and currently is the main office of Fundación Catalunya-La Pedrera. Nowadays, it is described as an important cultural centre of reference in Barcelona.
Stop 4: Caso Batlló
Very close to La Pedrera, in the heart of Paseo de Gracia, it is located casa Batlló, another one of the most recognized buildings of Gaudí. Even though it is a reconstruction of a previous building, it is without any doubt one of the works that better describes the modernism of Gaudí and his naturalist stage. Such element is shown in every detail of his work, being Mother Nature the main protagonist and inspiration.
Stop 5: Sagrada Familia
Chosen as the 5th most interesting site among TripAdvisor users from all over the world for 2015, the basilica of Sagrada Familia it’s without any doubt one of the most visited places in the planet. Almost 100 years after its construction started, the acclaimed Gaudí’s building keeps amazing those who have the taste to appreciate it, being considered as truly architectural jewel and Faith symbol.
Stop 6: Parc Güell
What was initially conceived to be an exclusive housing development designed by Gaudí, today is one of the mandatory places to visit during any stay at the ciudad Condal. Built between 1900 and 1914 and commissioned by Don Eusebio Güell, it was transformed in a public park in 1926 and included by UNESCO as a World Heritage in 1984.
Don’t forget that if you want to do a perfect journey, using the best of your time and at an excellent price, you can rent a Scooter with us through or web site www.rentalmotobarcelona.com