Visiting Barcelona from a Cruise ship

Set sail on the Mediterranean Sea by taking a Cruise from Barcelona.  This busy cruise port is known for its magnificent architecture, artistic culture and lip-smacking cuisine. This brilliant sightseeing destination has many attractions as well as gives tourists a glimpse of the Spanish lifestyle. 

This Architect’s heaven is made up of Gothic spikes and ultra-modern curves. Port Vell, the area of the city that houses the industrial port, which is not far from the Barcelona cruise terminal port, is where you’ll be able to seek restaurants, bars, theater and the largest aquarium in Europe. Step out to watch the Gothic Quarter or Barri Gotic. The old city, or Ciutat Vella, is where you’ll find museums, cafes and shopping along with narrow streets, unique corridors, cafes and more.

It is easy to cruise to other exotic ports on the Spanish coast as well as the unique Balearic Islands, France and Italy. Before you depart, you can spend time sight-seeing the infamous Sagrada Familia which is a Roman Catholic Church designed by the renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. 

When Cruising out of Barcelona you can enjoy a quick dip in warm Mediterranean waters. The city will instantly make it adore you with its friendly locals and appealing summer weather year-round.  

Although the city is large, its neighborhoods and districts are easily accessible by walking and well connected by bus and easy-to-use metro system.

A must-see for anyone taking a cruise from Barcelona is a stroll down Las Ramblas, the pedestrian walkway in the heart of the city that will walk you throught its restaurants, bars, shopping highlights, souvenirs, street performers, vendors, and an old, historic opera house. 

For a Mediterranean cruise, Spain is a great place to start and experience a spectacular European scenery.

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