The Barcelona Maritime Museum offers you a visit on board a traditional boat.
Sure, you walked through the Puerto de Barcelona on foot, but have you ever done it by boat? From the Museu Marítim de Barcelona they propose a new modality of visit, the route called ‘Puerto de Barcelona: pasado, presente y futuro’ on board of a traditional boat to discover which places are hidden there, what is beyond the Port Vell, how it was the port the past and how it has been transformed into the gateway for goods from southern Europe. Visits will take place every Saturday until June 26, lasting about two hours from 11 am.
At the foot of the mountain of Montjuïc is the Puerto de Barcelona, a seaport for industrial, commercial and fishing purposes. Occupying the stretch of coast between Barceloneta and the mouth of the Llobregat, it is one of the largest ports not only in Spain, but also in the Mediterranean. Apart from visiting the Port Vell, the oldest part of the Puerto, you will also visit the commercial port and its current facilities.
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