Barcelona, Spain - Getting from Mol Adossat Cruise Terminal to Columbus Column for Subway (Metro), Ho-Ho-Bus or Harbour Cruise and a Walk to La Rambla

Take this portbus:



It's 3 EUR for a return ticket.

http://www.sarfa.com/paginas/portbus_tcc.php

Bus stops in front of each Terminal at Mol Adossat.



It takes you the Columbus Colomn (If your ship is smaller and calls World Trade Center - then it's walking distance).

Once you arrived here between the trees...



Go to towards the Columbus Colomn to catch the HoHo-Bus

http://www.tmb.cat/en_US/turistes/busturistic/busturistic.jsp



and oppotsite site of the square... there is Drassenes-Station at Route 3:



TMB have a very great website to discover Barcelona:

http://www.tmb.cat/img/genplano.pdf

http://www.tmb.cat/en_US/turistes/rutesinteres/rutesinteres.jsp

http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/

And going to the waterside you'll go on the harbour cruise which is also very nice:

http://www.lasgolondrinas.com/index.html






Two routes are available:

one goes to the inner port which allows you to make pictures of your own cruise ships...



The other goes around to Diagonales Mar area to see parts like these:



But if you like to walk from here:

you are just few blocks from Gothic Quarter:



and La Rambla



incl. La Boqueria

http://www.boqueria.info/













or you walk over to World Trade Center and get on the rope car:

http://www.bcn.es/turisme/castella/turisme/mobilitat/ser_tra_hom09.htm



to go on Miramar and Montjuic to have these views:



if you go on the right time... and at all other times:



and if you walk a little upwards you can get on the rope car from Montjuic to the Castell

http://www.tmb.cat/en_US/barcelona/moute/planols/planols.jsp (at the bottom left: Teleferic de Montjuic)



and enjoy these views







All in walking distance to Columbus Column.

Regards,
HeinBloed

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