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A trip across the 20th century on two wheels. This is the proposal of the Bassella Motorcycle Museum, an interesting route starting with the most rudimentary models from the very beginning of the motorcycle until nowadays, through a selection of the...more
Not only is the museum well worth going round there is good food to be had and a spacious dining area. Petrol station also on site and a good story to discover about the whereabouts of the town of Bassella and the man who first...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Museu_Moto, Atención al cliente at Museu Moto Bassella, responded to this reviewResponded 3 August 2018
We are very grateful for your visit, we hope to see you again!
To be quite frank, we stopped here as an excuse to stretch our legs after a long drive, however it was absolutely brilliant! Very well translated plaques and descriptions, really interesting range of ages and styles of bikes, and excellent displays on successful
This labor of love from the Soler family will set any motorcycle fan's heart racing but is especially appealing to those who love beautifully restored vintage bikes. With over 300 bikes in the collection, there's something for everyone. Stop in and spend a couple hours...More
Date of experience: September 2016
Museu_Moto, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Museu Moto Bassella, responded to this reviewResponded 31 October 2016
Many thanks of your words! We really appreciated it so much. If you ever come to Barcelona, you can visit us as well in other small museum of the same Foundation located at the center of the city. See you!
We came across this museum by accident and I wish we discovered it earlier during our stay in Barcelona. The museum featured a great collection of various vintage bikes and it's a real gem for all moto enthusiasts. If you wander streets of Gothic quarter...More
The Museum is on the main road to Andorra, with a beautiful backdrop. There is a Service Station with a large modern building on the same plot. The Museum is within this building, there is a Restaurant and the Motorcycle Display area on 2 floors....More
Like most things in Barcelona the entrance doorway tells you little of what the place is really like! Strolling the Gothic Quarter I saw a shop with a BULTACO sign in the window. This tiny shop is the entrance to a museum display of some...More
Easy to find on the C14 south of La Seu D'Urgell, a local man has collected and lovingly restored to original condition a massive collection of bikes, with almost every British bike represented except Matchless and Vincent (from my recall)
Less than €10 entry ,...More
Located between Andorra and Llieda on the C14 it's easy to find, well worth a visit, snack bar in same building.
Only 6E for a look at well cared for bikes from all over Europe and a couple of old Harley and Indian board racers....More