Cruise to Barcelona

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Barcelona Cruises: Your guide to cruising Spain's coastline

  • Drone shot of traditional Spanish buildings in Barcelona
  • Colourful shot of Barcelona with the sun tucked behind clouds
  • Three people cycling through Barcelona past a beach

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Frequently asked questions

If your cruise is departing from Barcelona, chances are you’ll visit popular Mediterranean ports such as Rome, Naples, the French Riviera, and various Greek islands.

Peak cruising season is from late spring to early autumn (May to September), when temperatures are high and days are long. Meaning you’ve got more time to explore on shore locations, or simply sit by the pool and soak up the sun.

Depending on your cruise ship, onboard entertainment may include live music, theatre shows, culinary demonstrations, and activities geared towards children. Suss out your unique itinerary and cruise ship for more details.

Most cruise packages include meals onboard, with a variety of options available from buffet to fine dining. Double check with your unique itinerary to confirm what food and beverage options are included in your itinerary.

While marine wildlife sightings are less common, you may encounter various marine birds and occasional dolphins swimming past your ship. Talk about paradise!

Cruises can range from shorter 3-4 day trips to longer voyages of up to two weeks or more, exploring different Mediterranean destinations. If you’re keen to explore a few different parts of Europe, consider booking consecutive cruises to keep the good times rolling... or should we say, sailing?

Many cruises offer onshore excursions in Barcelona, including visits to Gaudí's architectural masterpieces and the historic Gothic Quarter. We recommend giving yourself at least two days in Barcelona before your cruise departs to explore everything the epic city has on offer.

We recommend packing light and comfortable clothing suitable for warm Mediterranean weather, and formal wear for dining and events on the ship. You’ll also need some decent walking shoes so you’re set to get your steps up during on shore excursions.

Si! Many cruises offer cultural excursions that highlight local Spanish culture, cuisine, and history.

Barcelona's cruise port is easily accessible from the city centre and the airport by public transport, taxi, or shuttle services.

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