Ferry to Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona ▷ Palma de Mallorca

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Barcelona

Barcelona
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

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca
How to reach the port of Palma Maiora.
Palma de Mallorca (in Catalan Palma or Ciutat de Mallorca, in Spanish Palma de Mallorca) is a Spanish municipality of 401.270 inhabitants, the main city of the island of Majorca and the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is one of the main tourist centers of the Balearic Islands, appreciated for its beaches, entertainment and night life, full of hotels and tourist villages.
The airport of Palma de Mallorca is one of the most important in Spain; only the airports of Madrid and Barcelona register an annual passenger number higher than that of the Balearic island. The traffic is mainly seasonal, linked to the tourist influx in the summer months, and the flights most of the time are charter. The airport is only 8 kilometers from the city and is connected to the center by a bus service that takes about 30 minutes to travel the route. Alternatively, you can use a taxi service that takes less time.
In 2007 the Palma de Mallorca Metro was inaugurated, connecting the city center to the university.