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About Barcelona
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The port of Barcelona lies in the Catalonia region of southern Spain.

Barcelona is a big city, and although the central attractions can be visited on foot, the city's extensive metro (underground) network is necessary to visit significant attractions such as the Sagrada Familia, Parc Guell, the Olympic Stadium and the Neu Camp (home to Barcelona FC).

There is a good sized beach, however this is a very long walk from the port and a taxi would be a better option.

You should note that the Cathedral, which is worth visiting, is NOT the Sagrada Familia which is away from the city centre although easily reached via the Metro.

Tapas is a mixture of small dishes which is traditionally served at bars, however many restaurants also offer tapas in a less traditional setting.
Cruise Terminal
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Barcelona has 2 main cruise terminal areas.

The Word Trade Centre area is located at the bottom of Las Ramblas. Its three docks (North, South & East) cater mainly for smaller cruise ships. There is no need for a shuttle from this terminal as it's within easy walking distance of the heart of the city.

All larger cruise ships dock at the Moll Adossat which comprises of 4 brand new purpose built cruise terminals located about 1 mile from the bottom of Las Ramblas. It is possible to walk from the terminal into Barcelona, however a large bridge needs to be crossed which makes it unsuitable for anyone with walking difficulties. A taxi will cost approximately €8 and take around 10 minutes. Buses run from the terminals to the Columbus monument at the bottom of Las Ramblas.
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Barcelona

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