Barcelona Cruise Terminal AddressPort of Barcelona Cruise Terminal Moll Adossat, 1, 08039 Barcelona Terminals A, B, C and D (Terminal E is scheduled to open in April 2018) Ships smaller than 830 feet might also dock at World Trade Center.World Trade Center Barcelona Moll de Barcelona, s/n, 08039 Barcelona Terminals North, South (for the largest small ships) and East (for the smallest ships)
The Port of Barcelona is a vast complex of buildings and terminals befitting the city's status as one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world. With its eighth terminal scheduled to open in 2018, you might visit a new terminal each time you arrive or depart. Amenities vary at each terminal, but each facility is modern and climate-controlled, and most have a restaurant, souvenir store and duty-free shopping. No matter where your ship docks, the heart of the city's Barri Gotic, or Old City, is a 10-minute shuttle ride away. You'll be dropped off next to the towering Christopher Columbus Monument, which marks the spot where the explorer shoved off from Spain. The monument, which has a tourist information office inside and a lookout point at the top, sits at the base of the leafy La Rambla pedestrian boulevard. That's the heart of the city's tourist sector and a worthy first stop whether you have a few days or only a few hours to explore. Smaller ships might dock at the closer World Trade Center, which is about a 10-minute walk from the monument.