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Very busy Harbor area with tons of street vendors along the beach and harbor selling knock off purses, shoes, etc... We walked this area and then took the sky rise Gondola ride up to the Parc de Mont Juic. This gondola ride is a must!
Port Vell commences at the end of Barcelona's La Rambla, by the Columbus monument. If you head for the waterfront you'll be able to see the historic schooner, the Pailebot Santa Eulàlia, which was built in 1918 and named after Barcelona's co-patron saint.
We had time for a pleasant walk around the Port Vell area on our day in Barcelona on a cruise ship holiday.
A bridge connects you to a mall and aquarium and there are plenty of stopping places to chill out and admire the views....More
We arrived at Barcelona's beach / port area via a cable car ride from the Miramar district, which was a fun experience in itself. (See "Teleférico Del Puerto, Avinguda Miramar" for further details relating to the cable car rides.)
The beach is terrific, but do...More
We went here on Sunday where there is food market with food stalls along the road. We stopped for a glass of craft beer which was super good. We also tried churos, but we did not like it.
This market add a bit more fun...More
The port area of Barcelona is an absolutely fantastic place to visit.
Besides the great architecture that abounds in this district you also have the amazing amount of pubs,bars and restaurants plus the old town streets of the Barceloneta neighbourhood.
My twin brother Stephen and...More
With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighbourhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.
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there is a place on las ramblas. its called " Placa Reial" Its a centre court area with lots of joints. there is one particular lounge / bar next to Kabul restaurant. i believe thats very good. you should try that... More
there is a place on las ramblas. its called " Placa Reial" Its a centre court area with lots of joints. there is one particular lounge / bar next to Kabul restaurant. i believe thats very good. you should try that out.
Although there are no self storage lockers for bags and luggage at the Barcelona cruise terminals there is a company (DW Consigna) based at the port that can deal with your luggage storage and transfer requirements. You can... More
Although there are no self storage lockers for bags and luggage at the Barcelona cruise terminals there is a company (DW Consigna) based at the port that can deal with your luggage storage and transfer requirements. You can find out more about their service by visiting their website or sending them an email.