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Barcelona Cruise Port
Barcelona Cruise Port

Barcelona Cruise Port

Free admission
Plaça de l'Odisea, Barcelona

The Basics

For first-time visitors to Barcelona, the must-see attractions include Las Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter, La Boqueria market, and Gaudi’s magnificent La Sagrada Familia church. The city sights are quite spread out, so a hop-on hop-off bus tour is a convenient option, while bike and Segway tours often explore farther afield, including attractions such as Montjuic hill, Parc de la Ciutadella, Barceloneta Beach, and the Arc de Triomf.

The most popular day trip or shore excursion destinations include the mountaintop Montserrat monastery; the beaches of the Costa Brava, just north of the city; and the Penedes wine region, famous for its cava.

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Barcelona Electric Bike Small Group Tour with Tapas and Wine Tasting
Barcelona Electric Bike Small Group Tour with Tapas and Wine Tasting
$67.72 per adult
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Awesome experience. Our guide is great. She shows confidence and knowledge. Perfect experience. Tapas and taste really nice
EDNAN_B, Nov 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Barcelona

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Amazing celebratory cruise
Laura_M, Oct 2021
Amazing 2 hour Exclusive Sunset Cruise from Barcelona
11 of us took this trip for my 40th birthday and it was fantastic! The sunsets were beautiful and we were provided with plenty of drinks and snacks to celebrate! We even saw dolphins :-)
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An evening to remember!
Randall_W, Aug 2021
Amazing 2 hour Exclusive Sunset Cruise from Barcelona
Our sunset sail was absolutely amazing! Everything was perfect! The crew, Ivy and Uney(?), were wonderful! We couldn't have asked for a more relaxing evening!
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Amazing
Andrew_K, Jul 2018
Amazing 2 hour Exclusive Sunset Cruise from Barcelona
We really enjoyed the cruise. The skipper, Faith, was very accommodating and made sure everyone was safe and comfortable. I highly recommend this cruise

Things to Know Before You Go

  • There are seven cruise ship terminals at the Barcelona Cruise Port: A, B, C, and D at the Adossat Quay and North, South, and East at the World Trade Center.

  • Shore excursions typically include port pickup and drop-off.

  • Barcelona is notorious for its pickpockets, so keep an eye on your belongings and leave any valuables aboard the ship.

  • The Maremagnum shopping mall, IMAX complex, and Barcelona Aquarium are located in the Port Vell area, right beside the cruise terminals.

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How to Get to Barcelona From the Barcelona Cruise Port

Barcelona’s seven cruise terminals are clustered around historic Port Vell at the foot of Las Ramblas, Barcelona’s most famous thoroughfare. Although it is feasible to walk from the closer terminals, most visitors opt to catch a shuttle bus to Las Ramblas, from where many of the city’s sights are easy to reach on foot. Alternatively, a taxi ride to the Gothic Quarter takes only 10 minutes from the port.

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Port Information

Barcelona has two official languages—Spanish and Catalan—but English is also widely spoken, especially around the main tourist areas. The local currency is the euro, available from banks and ATMs throughout the city. Restaurants, cafés, and other amenities are located at each terminal.

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