Route that brings us to the Modernist Barcelona

Begins in Tibidabo, the highest point of the Collserola Natural Park. We cycle in the countryside where we see great views of the city of Barcelona. We passed the Carretera de las Aguas, emblematic way for runners and cyclists in the city.

We reached the top of the city where we see Bellesguard tower (1900-1909) of architect Antoni Gaudí. Then we go through the quiet streets of the affluent suburb of Bonanova.

Still uptown city do a tasting of the Park Güell (1900-1914), park devised by the bourgeoisie of the early twentieth century. It reflects the artistic fullness of Antoni Gaudí.

The Hospital de Sant Pau (1902-1930) is the next landmark along the route, built by the modernist architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner. We continue down until you reach the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, Sagrada Familia (1882 -), currently unfinished Catholic basilica.

We continue down the Paseo de San Juan until you see the Arc de Triomphe. It was built following the Universal Exhibition of 1888 by architect Josep Vilaseca. Then enter the Ciutadella Park where the Parliament of Catalonia.