Cycling In Barcelona – Routes To Consider

Cycling In Barcelona – Routes To Consider

If you love to be outside and get in touch with nature, Barcelona is definitely a wonderful destination. There are so many interesting cycling routes that are available within the city limits of Barcelona. If you are a little adventurous, you can go out of the city for even more opportunities. No matter what your cycling level is, the routes we are about to talk about have to be considered. You will definitely enjoy at least one of them since different tastes are covered by the list.

Olympic Montjuic

Olympic Montjuic cycling

This is a perfect cycling destination if you want to admire the entire city. There are different inclines that you can choose, based on your current fitness level and cycling skill. For instance, Passeig de Santa Madrona has really incredible curves that are challenging. You will particularly love the Port of Barcelona vie and when you are on the descent, make sure that you are careful with the brakes as the hill is quite inclined towards Placa de Colom.

Parque Del Besos

Parque Del Besos

This cycling trail is around 10 kilometers, lasts 1 hour and is very easy, a perfect experience for a beginner cyclist. The Besos River riverbed went through a long rehabilitation that started in 1995 and now you will be able to enjoy it in its greatest appearance. The cycling route covers 5 kilometers of paved ground and grass. You will need to have a mountain bike and it is recommended to get a tire repair kit as punctures can happen.

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Carretera De Les Aigues

Carretera De Les Aigues

The route is also known as Barcelona’s Other Balcony. It is an intermediary mountain bike based ride that takes 2 hours and lasts for 20 kilometers. The official name used at the moment is Passeig de les Aigues, but the name we mentioned is the one that is the most well-known. No matter the name, we are faced with a really popular route for runners and cyclists. If you are looking for a direct way, you will need to go along Av. Tibidabo. However, the incline is quite tough. If you want the scenic experience, which is also quite flat, you will move towards Llobregat. If you need to go on a route that is not tiring, choose Vallvidrera and Tibidabo.

The Tourist Route

The Tourist Route

The reason why we refer to this route as the Tourist Route is that you can make it as long in time as you want to, although it is just 9 kilometers long. It is locally referred to as La Rambla and paella. The tour will take you to the various icons and landmarks of the city. You can easily rent a bike and then take advantage of this urban tour. Start in the center, go through the Gotic passing and you can enjoy the Santa Maria del Mar. Go towards Ciutadella Park and you will pedal right under the Arc de Triomf. Various other landscapes will be visited and we are sure you will have a great time. It is a wonderful way to visit Barcelona.

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