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Barcelona Cruise Port

Cruise ships dock at Port Vell. The port has become a tourist attraction by itself with a large Maremàgnum shopping mall with a fun IMAX theater, and Europe's largest aquarium. Port Vell connects to Las Ramblas, the main Barcelona avenue packed with eateries and street entertainment that leads right into the heart of the city. Las Ramblas is also known by the singular, La Rambla. There are 8 terminals at the Barcelona port, split into 3 quays.

Adossat Quay
Cruise Terminals A, B, C and D are situated at the Adossat Quay and are furthest away from the city center. Terminal D also has the name Palacruceros. Shuttle buses make the short trip from the cruise terminals to the start of Las Ramblas.

World Trade Center Terminals N, S
There are 2 terminals at the World Trade Center or WTC pier which are called North, and South. The East berth gives an overflow facility. From these it is an easy walk to Las Ramblas.

Port Vell Quay
Near to the WTC terminal. This ferry terminal is sometimes utilized for cruise ships.

Each terrminal possesses a taxi rank.

Number Of Cruise Terminals 8

Pier Lengths TBA

Cruise Ship Departures Per Year 350

Port Authority Port Of Barcelona

Cruise Port Website Port Of Barcelona

Latitude/Longitude 2.17323/41.35413

Cruise Calendar Cruises From Barcelona

Cruise Terminal Map TBA

Country Spain