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How to reach the port of Barcelona
By car: coming from Ronda Litoral, take Exit 21 Ciutat Vella (Paral.lel, Las Ramblas, Montjüic, Port Vell).
Once you arrive at Plaza de la Carbonera, continue straight on towards del Muelle de Costa.

By Metro: the Metro Drassanes (L3) or Paral.lel (L2/L3) you can reach the bus stop at Portal de la Pau (near Estatua de Colon, behind the palazzo della Dogana-"Aduanas")

By bus: daily runs from Portal de la Pau (near Estatua de Colon, behind the palazzo della Dogana) Ferry Terminal.

Information about Barcelona
0 how to reach the port of Barcelona 2 by car: coming from Ronda Litoral, take Exit 21 Ciutat Vella (ParalLEL, Las Ramblas, Montjüic, Port Vell)
Once you arrive at Plaza de la Carbonera, continue straight on towards del Muelle de Costa

By Metro: the Metro Drassanes (L3) or ParalLEL (L2/L3) you can reach the bus stop at Portal de la Pau (near Estatua de Colon, behind the palazzo della Dogana-"Aduanas")

By bus: daily runs from Portal de la Pau (near Estatua de Colon, behind the palazzo della Dogana) Ferry Terminal

0 information about Barcelona 2 Barcelona is among the most visited and loved by the young and cultural tourism Spain's second city but first centre of Catalonia, Barcelona is a city that overlooks the sea from the many and contradictory souls Catalan is the most remarkable and soul makes a city jealous of its culture and traditions The cosmopolitan Barcelona is always open to foreign trends, landed with a very active Harbour, today a destination for many Mediterranean cruises and proximity of national borders and interpreted here in an original way
Tourists reaching Barcelona discovers a city where ancient and modern at the same time, to popular representations of Catalan Gothic alongside spectacular expressions of modernism, and where the juxtaposition of an old fishermen's quarter and a modern Olympic city doesn't seem quite as irreverent The architectural and artistic masterpieces — along with tasty cuisine and nightlife among the liveliest-make Barcelona one of the favorite destinations of travellers who reach Spain

Menorca (Ciutadella)

Menorca (Ciutadella)
Information about Menorca (Ciutadella)
Ciutadella de Menorca is a Spanish municipality of 29,160 inhabitants located in the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, on the island of Menorca.
In the seventeenth century many civil and religious buildings were built in Italian style giving Ciutadella its historical and artistic unity still traceable along its narrow streets that often have curious names such as Que no pass or Ses Voltes (Las Arcadas) starting in Plaça Nova or Plaça Espanya and end at the cathedral. Moving towards the Town Hall is the Plaça des Born, from which you can see the natural harbor and an obelisk commemorating the July 9th Turkish assault