You have just made a stopover in Barcelona in the 4th largest cruise port in the world, and no matter where your boat is anchored, which may differ according to its origin, or the company for which you have obtained it, you will arrive at one of the 7 terminals located between the end of the unmistakable Ramblas, and Montjuic.
Among the 7 terminals of arrival and departure of cruises in Barcelona, 4 of them are located on the "Adossat Quays" (1); this is the furthest quay from the tourist area of the city that you can connect with the blue T3 Portbus (3).The other 3 terminals are located around the Wall trad centre on the quay that bears its name (2); this brings them closer to the first must-see sights of Barcelona such as the Ramblas and the metro (4).
The blue bus ensures at regular frequencies the distance that separates you from the terminal "Adossat quays" at the end of the Ramblas. The blue port bus leaves you at the Colon viewpoint, a few steps away from the Gothic Quarter, the aquarium, the old port, the Drassanes metro station on line 3 and many other attractions.
Located in the old port of Barcelona, the very long "Adossat" quay. (Muelle Adosado) has 4 terminals (A, B, C, D) which accommodate the largest cruise ships in Barcelona.
The Adossat quay is about half an hour's walk from the Drassanes metro station, so it is advisable to take the T3 shuttle bus.
The World Trade Centre in Barcelona is a business centre located on the seafront that houses the three terminals S, N, E (South, North, East).
The World Trade Centre (WTC) terminals are just a 10-minute walk from the Drassanes metro station, the Ramblas and Barcelona's Gothic Quarter.
Located in the middle of the Port Vell, the Maremagnum is a shopping centre that houses Barcelona's smallest cruise terminal.
Located just opposite the Gothic Quarter, the Maremagnum (M) terminal is accessible via the swing bridge that separates the shopping centre from the Colon viewpoint.
Located at the foot of the unmissable Ramblas, the closest station to the port of Barcelona is the Drassanes stop.
The Drassanes station is on line 3 which can take you directly to many of Barcelona's must-see places.
Meeting point between Plaça Catalunya and Port Vell, the Rambla de Barcelona (Las Ramblas) represents the 2 kilometres of the city's busiest pedestrian avenues, where artists, painters and musicians give the greatest satisfaction to tourists.Virtual tour of the Ramblas of Barcelona