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Port of BARCELONA
Barcelona is one of the most important port in Europe for both commercial shipping and tourism and this destination plays host to many tourists from around the world each year. The port of Barcelona is divided into several areas, one of which is intended for embarking and disembarking passengers of ferries and cruise ships. There are 7 terminals with three main positions: Terminal Adossat Quay: large ships and ferries dock here and this terminal is divided into 4 terminals A, B, C, D. It is two kilometers from Las Ramblas. It can be reached easily by car and if you need to leave your car at th... [More information]
Address: Moll de Barcelona, 08039 Barcelona, Spagna
Directions: Google Map @ Barcelona, port
Guide of LIVORNO
Livorno, on the Tuscan coast, is one of those intriguing seaside cities that are just full of history. History Livorno’s origins date back to the Roman era, but its port was built later under Cosimo I de 'Medici. By the middle of the 1500s, it had begun to be an important port city for trade, because of the breakdown of the neighbouring port of Pisa. Between the 13th and 15th centuries, Livorno developed architecturally and was given a fort and a majestic lighthouse. The Medici declared the city free port and this also attracted people from everywhere such as Jews, Spanish, Muslims, and ... [More information]