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Old November 17th, 2009, 05:38 AM
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Question Barcelona Cruise Terminals

We're booked on Brilliance next September sailing from Barcelona. I see that there are 7 cruise terminals at Barcelona port, so........
Does RCI have it's own allocated terminal? If so which one is it.
If RCI ships sail from a different terminal each time, presumably I will be advised when my tickets arrive?
Anybody know for sure?
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Old November 17th, 2009, 11:49 AM
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When you arrive at the pier in Spain; their is a one road entrance with a large billboard showing the ship name and terminal number you should go to. Aside seeing the ship and driving towards it the billboard will give you the exact number.
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Old November 17th, 2009, 02:38 PM
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Have made the trip from Barcelona to Galveston, Tx twice and both times have been taken to the same pier. You cross over on a large bridge and take a right turn to the RCCL pier. You will see the ship(s) as you cross, can't miss them
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You will need to take a cab to the cruise terminal. It is too far to walk (even without luggage). All of the cab drivers have already taken passengers to the terminal for all different ships. They will ask which ship you are on and they know exactly where to go. No problems.

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You will need to take a cab to the cruise terminal.
All of the cab drivers have already taken passengers to the terminal for all different ships. They will ask which ship you are on and they know exactly where to go. No problems.

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Thanks all. We shall be taking a cab from the Rail station, so as you say I am sure the driver will know exactly where to take us and our probable mountain of luggage! Thats one of the benefits of living in Southern Spain already :-)
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