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The Columbus Monument, beautiful Mediterranean Sea and seagulls. Sea front in Barcelona is a perfect place for slow stroll.
The seafront starts at the end of La Rambla
, near the monument to Christopher Columbus. The monument was Installed here not accidentally - it is the very place where Columbus' ships moored after discovering America.
Walking further you can see a drawbridge that connects the seafront with a yacht club. Here also you can find the Marine Palace and Museum of the History of Catalonia, as well as a large shopping centre and Europe's largest aquarium.
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Set off on a voyage
Take a voyage around the Mediterranean Sea, admire the view of Barcelona and take a bath in the bay.€73
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Seafront of Barcelona on the mapLocation: La Rambla, Barcelona
More places to visit in Barcelona
The best sandy beach of Barcelona, a favourite place of young people and married couples. Here you can do sports or just relax on a comfortable sunbed.14
Library of Masons
Library Arus is a gift to Barcelona from the famous journalist and patron of Freemasonry in Catalonia. It is public library - everyone can visit it.6
A colourful place of the Old Town where narrow streets hides medieval buildings, the ruins of ancient temples and modern authentic cafes.6
Here you will find a huge range of the most popular attractions of Barcelona, and you will need several days to explore them.6
La Boqueria market
Bright, noisy, crowded, beautiful, varied, and most importantly delicious thats all about one place - La Boqueria market.8
Castle de Valltordera
On the Costa Brava, in the town of Tordera the medieval castle of Count Valltordera is located, where you can see the jousting tournaments and the best flamenco show in Spain.8
Located on the mountain of Montjuic, the village is a unique place in Barcelona, where you will see the most beautiful buildings of medieval Spain, made with the highest accuracy.9
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.9
Bunker del Carmel
The bunker was built during the war and quickly became useless, now it is stunning observation deck with excellent views of sunset.5
The main pedestrian street of the city, a kind of Mecca for travellers who want to feel the rhythm of the city and see the life of locals.14
The largest football stadium in Europe where FIFA World Cup and UEFA Champions League took place and Michael Jackson performed in front of his fans.0