At the end of the Rambla, the Drassanes station gives access to numerous references such as the port, the Christopher Columbus column or the Montjuic cable car.
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
From the World Trade Center to the Sant Sebastià Tower, which gives access to the Barceloneta district and its beaches, or towards the Miramar Tower on the heights of the city, which allows you to go for a walk in the Montjuic Park, the cable car offers a tour of Barcelona from the sky.Discover Barcelona from the sky
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, you will arrive at one of the 7 terminals located between the end of the Ramblas and Montjuic.How to get to Barcelona cruise port
Located at the foot of Port Vell in the historic Drassanes building, the Maritime Museum of Barcelona, MMB (Museu Marítim de Barcelona) protects magnificent reproductions of boats from each period of history.Barcelona's must-see museums
A wide choice of subscriptions, cards and Barcelona metro fares for all kinds of stays and trips in the Catalan capital.
Which metro tickets to choose
By day and night, from Monday to Friday, weekend or public holiday, the metro of Barcelona adapts its timetable to each day of the week.
At what time does the metro open
From one tourist site to another, which stations, connections and colours to choose among the twelve lines of Barcelona's metro network.
Barcelona 12 lines metro map