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Puerto de Barcelona - Terminal D

Puerto de Barcelona - Terminal D

The Port of Barcelona, "El Port" has a 2000 year history and is one of the most important ports in the world, currently the largest cruise port in the Mediterranean.

The Port is located at the end of La Ramblas, one of the most famous boulevards in the world, which runs through the middle of the old quarter of the city. It has 9 terminals, 7 of which are exclusively for tourist cruises.

Terminals A, B, C, D and E are located on the Adossat quay, Terminal D is known as Palacruceros.

Terminal D opened its doors in 2007, designed by the Genoese architectural firm Vincini, with an interior surface area of 10,000 square metres, capacity for 4,500 passengers at a time, four levels in height, unlimited length permitted, 425 metres of berthing, can receive LNG-powered ecological ships and complies with ISPS (International Ship and Port Security Code) regulations, it is without doubt one of the most modern terminals in Europe.

Our commercial partner in the area, Obrematic, S.L. has installed in a first phase 4 SLX-M Redundant (Evacuation Outlets).

Further phases will follow soon to increase Gilgen's presence in the Port.