Barcelona, the city with more motor cycles per capita in Europe, has a museum dedicated to the motorcycle world in a unique space: The ground floor of the convent Sant Felip Neri. The permanent exhibition explains the history of the motorcycle in Catalunya through 36 models, from the pioneers to the champions. Beyond the big brands that got international prestige like Montesa, Bultaco, Derbi etceteras, the Catalan geography has hosted over 150 motorcycle factories, many of them born in the hands of great entrepreneurs.
The Museum is located in the Gothic Quarter, across the street ‘de la Palla’, number 10.
It opens Tuesday to Saturday from 10 to 14hs and from 16 to 20hs (they do siesta!). On Sunday they open from 10 to 14hs.