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Cruise ships most of the times dock at the cruise terminals A, B, C or D on Molle Adossat. From here you can take the shuttle bus to the city. Find more information on your docking location and transportation options in the full Barcelona cruise port guide.
Barcelona cruise port, Barcelona
The Gothic quarter is something not to be missed. It is a district parallel to La Rambla where you basically step back in time. In this oldest area of Barcelona you’ll find bold towers dating back to Roman times, charming boutiques, medieval labyrinths of pedestrian streets and a mix of 13th and 15th century residences, antique shops and tapas bars.
Carrer del Bisbe, Barcelona
Just off the La Rambla you’ll find Barcelona’s famous market: the Mercat de la Boqueria. It is an excellent public food market that is great for local food tastings.
La Rambla, 91, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
La Rambla is the famous pedestrian street of 1,4 km. It is a great location to start your journey through Barcelona. Get a feel for the place with you stroll along the many souvenir stands, bird market, street artist and outdoor cafe’s.
La Rambla, Barcelona
Sagrada Familia will one day become the most elaborate cathedral in the world. It is Gaudi’s master piece that even today it still unfinished. It is scheduled to open in 2026, a 100 years after Gaudi’s death. You don’t want to miss the inside of the cathedral for the fact that it is one of the most unusual structures in the world.
Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
Is not in the city centre but well worth visiting. What Gaudi designed to be a residence housing project is nowadays a public park. In the park you’ll find the hall of a 100 columns, the playful arcade, the surfers tube, the mosaic benches and much more.
Park Guell, Carrer d'Olot, Barcelona, Spain
This is the “new” district of Barcelona. When the city grew in the 19th century this is where the new neighbourhood was established.
Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona
Casa Batlló was build between 1904 and 1906. Its architect was Gaudi himself. What looks like a house straight out of the story of Hans and Grettle stands here right in the centre of Barcelona. The inside is just as beautiful as the outside, make sure to make a stop inside.
Passeig de Gràcia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain
It you appreciate contemporary art this is the a museum you simply cannot miss. One of the most influential artist has thousands of pieces of art on display here.
Parc de Montjuïc, s/n, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
Casa Milà from the outside is not as spectacular as Casa Batllo, but the inside is by far more interesting. Here you’ll find several things inside, one of the most important being the museum that explains you in a very visual way the geometrical form of nature behind the architecture of Gaudi. Expect long lines, which will definitely be worth it.
Provença, 261-265, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
If you are wondering what kind of public transport ticket to buy we would recommend T-10 for zone 1. It costs 9,95 euro. It allows you to travel by metro, bus or tram 10 times total. Purchase these cards in cash (coins or notes) from the ticket vending machines at the metro stations.
Plaça de Catalunya marks the end of the La Rambla and the beginning of Gaudi land. This is without doubt the most important square for the people of Catalunya. Visit the square for its shopping, its transportation hub of to pass on your way to L’eixample.
Plaça de Catalunya, Barcelona