Las Golondrinas: Barcelona from the sea

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Another great way to see Barcelona is from the sea. And Las Golondrinas of Barcelona are perfect for this.

Las Golondrinas are very typical boats in Barcelona that roam the city seaport.

The company Las Golondrinas was inaugurated in 1888, coinciding with the World Expo in Barcelona, the end of Las Ramblas and the construction of Columbus monument.

  • Departure point for Las Golondrinas:
    • Barcelona Port 40 minutes and Barcelona Mar 1h30 minutes: Portal de la Pau, s/n. Moll de Drassanes (opposite the Columbus Monument). Metro L3: Drassanes. Bus: 14, 36, 57 and 64. Barcelona Bus Turístic: stop Colom-Passeig Marítim.
    • Barcelona Mar Fòrum 1h30 minutes: Port del Fòrum. C. de la Pau, 2 (Sant Adrià del Besòs). Metro L4: stop Maresme-Fòrum. Bus: 7, 41, 43 and 141. Tram T4: stop Fòrum.

Barcelona from the sea

  • Trips on Las Golondrinas:
    • Barcelona Port 40 minutes: enjoy some of the city’s iconic landmarks on this waterfront cruise, including the Maremàgnum leisure complex, the Porta de Europa bridge, the clock tower, the old lighthouse dating from the time of Carlos III…
    • Barcelona Mar 1h30 minutes: (Colom-Fòrum-Colom) trip showcasing Barcelona’s seafront, including the harbour, beaches, Olympic Marina and the Forum site. Catamaran Boats. 
    • Barcelona Mar Fòrum 1h30 minutes: (Fòrum-Colom-Fòrum) trip showcasing Barcelona’s seafront, including the harbour, beaches, Olympic Marina and the Forum site. Catamaran Boats. 

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Elisabet Gómez

Licenciada en Periodismo y enamorada de Barcelona desde 1986. Disfruto escribiendo posts y haciendo fotos de mi ciudad natal para BCN City Hotels, tarea que combino con la comunicación y el marketing online y que me mantienen siempre hiper-conectada a Internet.

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