Cruise Port Guides: Barcelona Spain
Cruise Port Guides: Barcelona Spain – Barcelona is located on the northeast coast of Spain an can be on a Mediterranean cruise and here is what to see and do in this cruise port.
Barcelona cruise port is huge and there are many cruise terminals, which all vary depending on if it is a port day or embarkation port.
If you are in one of the larger terminals for embarkation day they have a shop selling local souvenirs and tax and duty-free.
To get into the city you can either take the cruise shuttle or a taxi to the city centre.
WHAT TO DO IN THE CRUISE PORT OF BARCELONA SPAIN?
There is so much to do in the city of Barcelona and it depends on how long you are there for what you can see in a day.
I would recommend going on an organised tour if you would like to pack in as much as possible.
Barcelona is one of those places where you can just wander the streets, stop for lunch and some shopping.
WHAT TOURS ARE THERE TO GO ON IN BARCELONA?
There is a lot to see in Barcelona, here are a few of the attractions:
- Gothic Quarter
- La Sagrada Familia
- Olympic Stadium
- Las Ramblas
- Park Guell
- La Pedrera
- Picasso Museum
- Montserrat Benedictine Monastery Complex
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- Weather: 24*C – 30*C in the summer months.
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish, English is spoken.
- What to bring: A bottle of water, camera/phone, fan and hat.
- Be care of pickpockets, always make sure your wallet and valuables are safe and do not leave your bag on a chair in restaurants as thieves target tourists.
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