Passengers traveling with Ferry Barcelona will arrive at the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain as well as Spain's second most populous municipality. With a population of 1.6 million Barcelona is one of the world's leading tourist, economic, trade fair and cultural centres. Located on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula, Barcelona faces the Mediterranean Sea. This unique in architecture city hosts many buildings that are World Heritage Sites.
Ferry to and from Barcelona
The Ferry to Barcelona carries visitors to the city of Antonio Gaudi. His influence on the image of the city can be sensed everywhere. It is not only the giant Basilica “the Sagrada Familia” that was designed by the master architect and has been under construction since 1882, that will take your breath, but numerous other buildings and landmarks, all work of Gaudi Visitors should also stroll through the Gothic Quarter in the old city of Barcelona with its medieval or even older buildings. In a short distance «Las Ramblas", Barcelona's most famous boulevard with interesting shops, restaurants and street performers, invites tourists to rest and have a snack, before they depart with Ferries from Barcelona.
How to get to Barcelona
Barcelona is the 20th-most-visited city in the world by international visitors and the fifth most visited city in Europe after London, Paris, Istanbul and Rome. The Port of Barcelona has a 2000-year-old history and a great contemporary commercial importance. Ferry routes to Barcelona connect its important harbour with other cities serving more than 3.5 million tourists per year. Barcelona is not only suitable for educational trips but it has also got some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, according to National Geographic. Through Barcelona ferry timetable it is possible to plan your journey in detail in order to have the time of your life in Spain’s most impressive city.