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Seafront of Barcelonain Barcelona, Spain

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The Columbus Monument, beautiful Mediterranean Sea and seagulls. Sea front in Barcelona is a perfect place for slow stroll.
Seafront of Barcelona, Barcelona
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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#26Set off on a voyage in BarcelonaSet off on a voyageoddviser

Take a voyage around the Mediterranean Sea, admire the view of Barcelona and take a bath in the bay.

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Location: La Rambla, Barcelona

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#3Biking in BarcelonaBiking in Barcelona

Choose the fascinating bike ride instead of two-day walking tour of Barcelona, which will take only a few hours to watch all the main sightseeing spots.

€120/tour

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