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Port Olimpic, Barcelona

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Take a stroll down the promenade at Port Olimpic, a marina complex built for the 1992 Olympics. The site east of Port Barcelona boasts a large number of entertaining stops, including shops, restaurants, a zoo, and a 3-D cinema. Explore some of the city's beautiful beaches and take in views of the water, where the 1992 Summer Olympic sailing games were held. Afterward, head into one of the many attractions along its palm tree-lined walkway. Put Port Olimpic at the forefront of your travel plans using our Barcelona vacation trip planner.
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  • It's always a treat to walk by the sea. We enjoyed the view and the cool breeze. There are plenty of places to get a meal too.  more »
  • I stayed on my partners yacht in port olympic. Very clean marina. Toilets and showers very clean. Many restaurants around the marina. Good food and great atmosphere. Only down side was the blaring mus...  more »
  • Very nice place to walk, on summers day. Lovely exotic palm trees. full of character. Lots of bars and places to eat.  more »
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  • Fun, fun, fun! Get your adrenaline fix with on a FlyBoard, JetSki, or just an awesomely fast boat. But if you're not into extreme speed, then casually walk along the promenade, or let a Segway carry you along.
  • Very nice area close to Barceloneta Beach. Lovely place to wander around, plenty to see and do, very busy area with tourists visiting Barcelona and beautiful place to take pictures. Rebuild for 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Port Olimpic is one of Barcelona's attractions.
  • This place very near to beach lots of shisha bar canady club and you can taste various food taste hear
  • Bracelets expire without previous advance and if you notice in the night, it gets difficult to access your own boat
  • Awesome place. SuperB. Must-see in Barcelona.