Cruises from Barcelona depart year-round.
With mountains to the west and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea to the east, Barcelona possesses panoramic beauty. Among the most-visited sites in the Catalonia region’s capital are structures designed by Antoni Gaudi, including the colorful Casa Batllo, whimsical Park Guell and Barcelona’s most iconic building, the Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family, known locally as the Sagrada Familia. Walking tours are popular here, with plenty to admire in the Gothic Quarter and on La Rambla, a bustling pedestrian street lined with stalls and trees. Foodies find themselves on tours of tapas restaurants or exploring the sprawling Mercat de la Boqueria, a covered market with roots in the 13th century. For soccer fans, an excursion to Camp Nou, the home stadium for FC Barcelona, proves an exciting pilgrimage.
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Driving Directions to Barcelona Pier Terminal - Moll d'Adossat:
From El Prat International Airport (BCN): Exit the airport and take the road to Barcelona City. Once there, take the Ronda Litoral Highway and take the exit marked "Puerto." Turn right and then follow the signs indicating "Puerto." Ships are berthed at Adossat Terminal (Moll d'Adossat).
Transit Time/Distance From El Prat International Airport to the Barcelona Pier Terminal - 20 minutes/10 miles.
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