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How To Get Around

The terminal is centrally located where it can be easily accessed via several forms of .  Whether you are meeting your cruise in Barcelona or have arrived as a guest for the day, the following are ways to get around:

The Terminal is accessible by car, but there is no parking available in the spring. The parking area is only for short stay and it is forbidden to leave vehicles overnight at the port from 23:00 to 7:00. In the spring the World Trade Center area does have a public parking lot with special conditions for cruisers.  Those wishing to park their car in this parking lot during their cruise will have a complimentary shuttle ticket that will transfer passengers back and forth to Palacruceros-Terminal D.

Bus Service
There is a blue bus (T3 ) that covers the distance between Columbus Square and Pier This bus service only runs if there is at least one vessel at Pier Adossat (click to view Port Schedule) .

By Underground
line is the nearest metro L3 (green). Exit at the Drassanes stop and from this point to get to the pier, you should take the blue bus (T3 ), or a Walking distance from the underground to the port is about 40 minutes.

Train Service

The nearest train stations are Sants-Estació and Estació de França. From there you can take a taxi to the terminal. From the Sants you can take the L3 (green) to Drassanes. See Reference "by underground" to continue. From the France station, it is best to take a taxi to the terminal.

Barcelona airport is about 20 miles from the terminal.   With no hard traffic, it should take about 20 minutes by taxi.