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Vesping: great routes for getting around Barcelona by Vespa

Marion
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Article updated 23 March, 2020. 0 comments

If you want to see the most of Barcelona in a short space of time, and you love driving a scooter, then Vesping is made for you, so get ready to hit the streets!

vesping vespa
Where?

metro: Sagrada Familia (L2 L5)
Passatge Simó 24-26
Sagrada Familia

When?

april-october: every day from 9:30am to 8:30pm
November-March: every day from 10am to74pm

How much?

from 45 euros

Why?

To see as much as possible in a short time

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About the author

Marion

Marion is a seasoned traveller with a soft spot for Barcelona, the city where she spent part of her childhood. Her favourite thing to do? Strolling the streets of the Catalan capital and trying to taste all of the tapas on offer in the city. "There are worse ways to spend your time!", she says ;-)