If you cannot change, or don't want to change, the hotel you'll need to get out of the port by using the T3 PortBus (you'll most likely dock on the cruise ship pier near terminals A, B, C or D) once oyt of the port get off near Plaça de less Drassanes.
Terminals North and South, though, are on Barcelona Wharf, within a five-minute walk from the historic old town, as is Terminal M, used by small cruise ships and located in the Port Vell and Maremagnum leisure area. Dozens of hotels are within walking.
We are taking a cruise in September 2011 and I was wondering if anyone could suggest a great hotel or B & B that would be in a safe area which is clean and not too expensive with easy access to the port ... Check out TA Barcelona Hotels or Venere.com.
The city of Barcelona has long been known as a major seaport in Europe, now boasting seven terminals for cruise ships ... but dozens of hotels can be found around the harbor near La Rambla Boulevard, which connects the city to the port.
Barcelona is the country's second largest city after Madrid, and capital of Catalonia, Spain ... cruise port, according to Euromonitor. The city has been an important shipping center for centuries. Thanks to its strategic location on the Mediterranean.
If I LIKED walking and taking the metro/taxi a little bit: An Inexpensive Day in Barcelona - From cruise port, take blue shuttle (or walk ... Continue up La Rambla to metro Liceu. Near the Liceu Theatre, look on the ground for a colourful mosaic designed.
I have booked a Disney Cruise from Barcelona, I am looking for a cheap hotel near to the cruise port to stay for 1 night after our cruise has ended so that we get to spend some time in Barcelona before flying home. Also can anyone recommend transport from.