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Port Olimpic

365 Reviews

Port Olimpic

365 Reviews
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Edifici Capitania, S/N, 08005 Barcelona Spain
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Ciutadella-Vila OlímpicaBarcelona Metro5 min
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Discover the highlights of Barcelona from the comfort of your own home on a virtual tour of the city’s architecture and culture. Led by a professional tour guide, you can get to know the city while exploring landmarks like the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. The interactive experience provides ample opportunities to ask questions and converse with the guide, ensuring you get the most out of the virtual excursion.
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jonahNJ wrote a review Apr 2020
Pennington, New Jersey10,773 contributions487 helpful votes
During our exploration of Barcelona, my wife and I spent part of an afternoon exploring the waterfront. This included the port that was full of boats of various sizes. I learned that like the other Olympic facilities from 1992, the port has been repurposed as a marina as well as the home for local shopping and cafes.
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Date of experience: September 2019
pavlosrugbypaul wrote a review Mar 2020
Wakefield, United Kingdom466 contributions215 helpful votes
We had an Amazing Opportunity to spend some time at Sea on the Afternoon of our last Night in Barcelona, and what an amazing Port it is with all the Luxury Yachts in the Marina, as we left the Port out to Sea.The Views of the Barcelona Coastline too was breathtaking,and our Skipper Juan,was more than helpful in giving us Information throughout our Tour, even providing us with some Nibbles,whilst keeping our Drinks cooled in the Fridge down below.A very Good Port to take a day at Sea from.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Bibcay wrote a review Dec 2019
Gateshead, United Kingdom3,407 contributions1,988 helpful votes
We traveled here with our feet from petit palace boqueria garden. The views were great and I was jealous because there were massive boats in this port.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Thomas V wrote a review Nov 2019
Oakland, California10,034 contributions2,183 helpful votes
This is a great place for a very long stroll to enjoy the water views. This was one of the sites of the Olympics and what they left behind transformed this part of the city, modernized it. Lots of places to eat and drink.
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Date of experience: November 2019
jbwhitehouse wrote a review Nov 2019
Dallas, Texas1,510 contributions679 helpful votes
Port Olimpic is an easy place to walk about. It dates to the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. Barcelona had water, but no beaches so they imported sand from Egypt and palms from Hawaii and voila with 7 beaches became the third most popular European tourist destination—next to London and Paris.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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