Port Vell (The Old Port)

Port Vell is the oldest part of the Port of Barcelona, dating from the late Middle ages. It is also one of the most central and favorite open spaces of Barcelonans and their guests, with many monuments and attractions worth discovering. It is located just outside the Gothic Quarter, at the end of the main street – La Rambla.

Some of the highlights in and around Port Vell include:

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Metro: L3 (Drassanes), L4 (Barceloneta)

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Attractions

Columbus monument

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Palau Güell

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Barcelona Aquarium

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La Plata Tapas Bar

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Plaça Reial

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Accommodation

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Hotel 1898

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