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Roy At Sea
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The Pope is to visit Barcelona on Sunday, 7th November 2010 to bless Antoni Gaudi's famous and unique "Sagrada Familia" Cathedral.



Other ships in Port:  Wind Star, Arcadia

Caution: Beware of Pick Pockets.

Caution: Dress appropriate when visiting places of worship.


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Directions to ship From El Prat International Airport (BCN):

1.Exit the airport and take the road to Barcelona city. Once there, take the Ronda Litoral Highway and take the exit marked PUERTO

2.Turn right and then follow the signs indicating PUERTO. Ships are berthed at Adossat Terminal (Moll Adossat).

July 18, 2010 at 8:34 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Cory Lynn
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I have been to Barcelona many times and really love this city.  You do have to be careful in the main tourist areas but as long as you are aware there will be no problems.

There is a shuttle bus that leaves near the Columbus Column on a regular basis.  It costs 3 euros one way or 5 euros roundtrip.  It will take you directly to the ship.

I've seen the Magic Fountain several times and it is really worth seeing.  It runs from Thursday - Sunday around 9pm.  It runs for about 15 minutes then a brief break then repeats.  Take Metro or bus to Plaza Espagna.  It is a 5 minute walk from there.

July 25, 2010 at 9:59 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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We are staying at the Universal off las Ramblas and would liek to combine the Magic Fountain with the Tablao de Carmen flamenco show at Montjuic. Can it be walked in 15 minutes (from Fountain to show)? Bart



August 7, 2010 at 9:45 AM Flag Quote & Reply

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