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Climb to the top of the Columbus Monument in Barcelona

Climb to the small observation deck with views of the port and the roofs of buildings in Barcelona.

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Climb to the top of the Columbus Monument

#4 of 4 things to do in Barcelona
Place: Columbus Monument in Barcelona, Spain

At the end of the La Rambla street is the Columbus Monument (Mirador de Colón). Inside the monument is an elevator that will lift you to the observation deck. The height is small - only 60 meters - but here you can see the port of the city and roofs of houses.
 
At the top of the monument turn your eyes toward the America and take selfie on the background of a distant continent.

Prices: the ticket to the observation deck costs €6.

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Columbus Monument
Columbus Monument#3 of 3 places to visit in Barcelona

Monument stands on an area of Portal de la Pau, near the city's port, where Columbus' ships were moored after his discovery of the New World.

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