Ferry tickets to Barcelona

Barcelona, one of the most famous and second most populated and financially strongest Spanish city is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia.

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Barcelona, a piece of art

The capital of the Catalonia region is the second most populated city in Spain, with the first being Madrid. Discover tapas heaven with cheap ferry tickets to Barcelona through Let’s Ferry.

The big city of Barcelona

The big city of Barcelona

Must-see attractions
The Columbus Monument welcomes guests at the Spanish harbor. Story has it, the great explorer returned to this point after his trip to America.
La Rambla is a famous pedestrian street 1.2 km long. As you walk along it you can see some of the biggest attractions of the city such as the Palau da la Musica Catalana (Concert Hall), Park Guell by Gaudi and the impressive Casa Mila, the wavy edifice also made by Gaudi.
The Wax Museum (Museu de Cera de Barcelona) and the Font de Canaletes, a fountain which has been the meeting point for Barcelona FC fans for the past 100 years.
Camp Nou, home stadium of Barcelona FC, the biggest one in Europe.
• The Picasso Museum where you can see more than 4000 paintings from the legendary artist, up-close and personal!
• The Sagrada Familia, the symbol of Barcelona is a huge Basilica, designed by (who else?) Antonio Gaudi.

Beautiful buildings in Barcelona city

Beautiful buildings in Barcelona city


Must-visit beaches
Barceloneta is golden-shaded and has been awarded as the best urban beach of the world. It is a 20-minute walk from the port.
Costa Brava means wild beach. Discover a sandy heaven, 60 km north from Barcelona, very close to France.
Nova Icaria is a long sandy coastline with beach bars, just 3 km away from the port.

Costa Brava beach in Barcelona

Costa Brava beach in Barcelona


Must-do activities
Skateboard at the Skatepark Mar Bella, 7 km away from the port.
• Stroll at the Ciudatella Park to visit the Zoo, the Palace of the Parliament of Catalonia and the Museum of Natural Science.
• Visit the Aquarium, the largest in the Europe. If you want, you can try scuba diving with the experienced personnel of the aquarium, and swim side by side with sharks and other fish.
• Swim and play at the Waterpark Illa Fantasia, 26 km away from the port.

The big beach of Barcelona

The big beach of Barcelona


Tip: You can reach Barcelona by car, train, bus, plane or boat. There is a cable car connecting the port with the city centre. Passengers leave from the Port Vell, which has 3 gates. The port has a total of 40 terminals for cargo, passengers and cruise ships.
So many things to see and do, so little time. Don’t get stuck and miss your appointment at the port because ships from Let’s Ferry are always on time! Book cheap ferry tickets to Barcelona at letsferry.com.

Information about the port of Barcelona

Barcelona is connected to Ibiza, Genoa, Nador, Porto Torres, Tangier, Civitavecchia, Palma de Mayorca. The facilities at the port are free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxis, car rentals, elevators for passengers with limited movement, paid parking. There is also a shopping mall and a multiplex cinema.

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