Urban Adventure at the Port of Barcelona

Discovering unknown corners of Barcelona. Doing the tourist thing in my own city is one of my favorite pastimes, although there are not enough places to discover and explore.

Credits: cohetesnaranjas

If you walk through the streets of Barcelona, it is very easy to get close to the sea down the Ramblas or drop by the Barceloneta area, which is relatively close to downtown. But going to the port is a possibility that few have in mind, and that access, if you look from afar, seems complicated but it is only a common misconception.

Once you come to the Swallows your course must be this.

Credits: cohetesnaranjas

Your eyes begin to see boats, bridges, sailboats, and the sea. It will be your opportunity to see the city from another point of view, different from what you are accustomed to.

The surprise is assured! And it only shows that you can be a tourist without leaving your city.

Credits: cohetesnaranjas
Credits: cohetesnaranjas

written by cohetesnaranjas on 2012-08-14 in #world #locations

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