If you have always admired sailors but never had the opportunity to go on board of a boat to try the experience, in Barcelona, you have the possibility to go for a trip on a pleasure boat called Golondrina (which means Swallow in Spanish) to enjoy the coastline of the beautiful Catalan capital from the sea.
Your children will love the unusual experience of being on a boat, and grownups will enjoy the gorgeous views that they will be able to admire!
If you choose this route, you will enjoy a tour inside Barcelona’s port and be able to see Port Vell, the Maremagnum shopping center, the IMAX movie theater, Barcelona Aquarium, the Clock Tower, the Porta d’Europa bascule bridge, and the International Maritime Station with its big cruise ships.
You will sail for 40 minutes and the tour costs 7,40 euros per adult and 2,80 euros for children under 10 years old.
This route lasts more than twice longer than the other one: for an hour and a half, you will enjoy amazing views such as the Port, Barcelona beaches, the Olympic Port, Vila Olímpica beaches, Barcelona skyline, and Port Forum.
The ship comprises a bar and is adapted for disabled persons. The tour costs 15 euros for adults, 13,50 euros for students, and 5,50 for children under 10 years old.
You also have the possibility to book a whole ship for your private events. Up to 196 persons can fit in the larger ship available. All the ships that the company proposes for private events are adapted to disabled people.
The team will help you organizing your personalized project; among others, you can ask for a catering service and live music.
It is ideal for the organization of unusual team building events that will please your employees.
You can also organize a private event such as a cocktail, a dinner, or a private party with your friends. It is perfect to celebrate a birthday, an engagement, or any other special occasion that needs to be celebrated.
With your family, your friends, or your co-workers, you will have a great time on the waves of the Mediterranean sea thanks to Las Golondrinas de Barcelona!
For more information about Las Golondrinas de Barcelona, you can visit the official website.