Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour

Our most accessible tour!

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ee/Sagrada_Familia_01.jpg/320px-Sagrada_Familia_01.jpgThis half-day Barcelona accessible driving tour visits the main tourist attractions outside of the Gothic Quarter using a wheelchair accessible van.

You won’t just be snapping pictures on this driving tour, your officially-licensed tour guide will explain the significance and history between the sights including the Sagrada Familia, the Montjuic Hill, and the Passeig de Gracia avenue. The modernistic sights you’ll see on this tour are unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else in Europe!

You can combine this tour with the accessible driving tour and save 125 euro by booking the full day Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour!

 

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Tour Highlights

– MontJuïc Hill (Olympic site & panoramic views)
– Plaça de Espanya and 1929 World Fair Grounds
– Passeig de Gràcia (Barcelona’s most elegant avenue)
– Gaudi’s Batllo and Milà houses
– Sagrada Familia
– Las Ramblas

Accessibility Details

The Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour has a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating (our highest rating) because it is entirely step-free, and it uses a wheelchair accessible van for transportation. It involves very little walking/rolling.

Transportation on this accessible Barcelona driving tour is provided by a van with a wheelchair ramp and wheelchair tie-downs.

 

The walking portion of this Barcelona accessible driving tour uses routes that are provento be wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly. The tour routes use sidewalk ramps (like those shown in the photo on the left) and, where possible, avoid Barcelona cobblestones (like those shown on the right).

 

The Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour will bring you to Montjuïc Hill which hosted the 1929 International Exposition. On Montjuïc, you will see the Palau Nacional, the 1929 stadium used in the 1992 Olympics, and some incredible views of Barcelona’s city and harbor. All sites and viewpoints on the tour are accessible for disabled visitors.

 

The Plaça de Espanya is one of the most beautiful plazas in Barcelona and will be visited on this driving tour.

Gaudi’s Batllo house (shown in the photo on the left) and his Milà house (shown in the photo on the right) will be viewed during your drive along Passeig de Gracia.

Batllo House 

The Sagrada Familia church is one of the most impressive and unique churches in the world and will be viewed on this Barcelona accessible driving tour. This church has been under construction since it’s groundbreaking in 1882. There’s still a long way to go but it is unlike anything you’ve ever seen! Your tour guide will explain the history and significance of the church. Due to the potential for long lines, you will need to visit the interior of the church on a separate occasion.

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An optional visit to the Picasso Museum is possible on this accessible driving tour of Barcelona. Your visit will utilize wheelchair ramps and elevators to see the exhibits.

 

The Areanas bullring (shown in the photo on the left) and the Triumphal Arch (shown below on the right) are two sights you’ll see on the Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour.

 

Tour Details

Tour duration: 4 hours
Cost for tours starting at your central Barcelona hotel: 690 euro for 1-2 people, 780 euro for 3-4 people, and 830 euro for 5-6 people. *50 euro off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
* 20 euro off if booked as part of an accessible Barcelona travel package.
Days of the week the tour is offered: Every day of the week
Meet-up time: 9 am or 1 pm
Meet-up place: Cruise dock or accessible hotel lobby
Dress code: None
Maximum number of people on tour: 1 wheelchair user + 3 other people can fit in the van
Entrance tickets: Picasso Museum offers free entrance to disabled clients. Able-bodied visitors can expect to pay 11 Euros per person. Sagrada Familia offers free entrance to disabled clients as well as 1 accompanying person/helper. Other able-bodied visitors can expect to pay 15 Euros per person. Your guide will pre-book your tickets for you,  and the cost will be added to your tour cost. 
Cancellation policy: 80% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, and no refund with less than 4 days notice. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, and gratuities.

 

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Read more:

Barcelona Accessible Travel – main page
   Pros and Cons of Barcelona Disabled Access
   10 Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for Barcelona Spain
   8 Keys to Success for Barcelona Handicapped Travel 
   Getting around Barcelona in a Wheelchair
   Sagrada Familia Wheelchair Access
   Barcelona Cruise Port Accessibility 
   Travel Insurance for Disabled Travelers 
   Top Accessible Cruises from Barcelona
   Trip Planning by Sage Traveling
Barcelona Accessible Tours and Cruise Excursions
   Highlights of Barcelona Accessible Guided Tour
   Essential Barcelona Accessible Driving Tour
   Medieval Barcelona Accessible Walking Tour 
   Accessible Barcelona Private Tour to Montserrat Mountain
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