Cruises from Barcelona 2020

Why cruise Barcelona in 2020?

Barcelona 2020 cruises: cultural and architectural gems

Sunny Barcelona’s allure is manifold. First, there’s it’s world-class architectural heritage, thanks mainly to iconic architect Antoni Gaudí. Responsible for many of the city’s most famous landmarks, including the unfinished Sagrada Familia, Gaudí’s legacy has earned Barcelona a place on the world stage. And of course, you can’t come to the city without an appetite; Catalan cooking favours bold, spicy flavours, best washed down with a glass of sangria.

Your 2020 Barcelona cruise is now more luxurious than ever before, thanks to the introduction of our brand new Edge class ships to this stunning destination. Celebrity Edge® and Celebrity Apex will both be sailing around the Mediterranean in spring 2020, offering an unparalleled cruising experience. You can expect a dazzling array of firsts, from two-tier villas to a top deck running track and the Magic Carpet, a cantilevered platform suspended above the ocean.

When you’re not busy exploring your luxurious home at sea, make the most of the city’s sights on Barcelona 2020 cruises. Walk the bustling La Rambla, stroll around the medieval Gothic Quarter, or head up the cable car to Montjüic for sweeping city views.

Weather & what to pack

Like most of Spain, Barcelona enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and very warm summers. Temperatures reach their peak in August, when you’ll find it hovers around 30 degrees Celsius most days. Make sure to bring sandals, light layers and a sunhat to keep you cool and your head protected from the sun. If you’re planning on checking out the beach, swimming gear is a must!

BARCELONA CRUISES

Discover the heart of your destination with our unparalleled itineraries for 2020.