Barcelona Cruises

Barcelona cruises come in a great variety for travelers. Whether you want to arrive on a large ship with all the amenities or take out a small ship for an afternoon sail, you will find a boat to match in Barcelona. A cruise is one of the most popular types of Barcelona holiday package. Some packages include a cruise that stops in Barcelona for a day, or departs from Barcelona. If you want to spend an afternoon exploring the Gothic Quarter or a week seeing museums, architecture, and art, it is possible to find perfect cruises from Barcelona.

Many travelers dream of a Mediterranean cruise to Barcelona. If you haven’t spent much time in Europe, a Mediterranean cruise can be a great way to see a variety of places in a short period of time. The length of cruises varies, but most last between seven and 21 days. A Mediterranean cruise to Barcelona often includes other popular destinations including Italy and the Greek Islands. These types of cruises serve as a good introduction to a destination, and will help you figure our where you would like to spend more time. The only complaint about these types of cruises is that there isn’t usually enough time at each port to really see a place.

One way to solve this problem is to research cruises from Barcelona. It is possible to spend a few days seeing the cathedrals and dining in the restaurants before boarding a cruise ship to see other European ports. Another option for Barcelona cruises are tours that continue on land. After exploring Barcelona, some cruise itineraries next head inland to Madrid to see another of Spain’s bustling cities. If you have a particular interest in Spain, this type of cruise and tour combination could be the perfect match for you. All transfers, accommodation, and some meals are usually included on these itineraries.

When you are budgeting for a Mediterranean cruise to Barcelona, keep in mind that airfare is rarely included. Basic excursions might be included in the package, but some other popular and exciting shore excursions might not be included. If you are looking for a package that includes everything, the best thing to do would be to talk to a travel agent. Be sure to ask exactly what your package includes. Many Barcelona cruises don’t include alcoholic beverages in the package, for example. If you plan on traveling between Barcelona airport and the port, this is an easy transfer and takes about 40 minutes by car.

Many cruises from Barcelona also visit nearby popular Spanish islands including Mallorca, Ibiza, and the Canary Islands. If you’re looking to combine a cruise with some sunshine, Spain delivers! On the other hand, if you’ve already planned a trip to Barcelona, and you want to get out on the water for a few hours, look into sailing. There are charter companies that can arrange a variety of private tours including sailing yachts and catamarans. They provide the boat and the staff, so all you need to do is sit back and relax.

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