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Pictures Barcelona port cable car

The Barcelona port cable car. The official name is the "Transbordador Aeri del Port," but is also often called "Teleferico de Montjuic. It was was opened on 11 November 1933. There are three stops, which are the Tower of Sant Sebastià on the Sant Sebastià beach on Barceloneta,  the Jaume I Tower at the World Trade Center and the Miramar esplanade on Montjuïc hill in front of the Miramar hotel.

>  Barcelona harbour cable car
>  Montjuic cable car

The San Sebastià cable car tower on Barceloneta beach is also home to exclusive restaurant Torre de Alta Mar Torre de Sant Sebastià, Barcelona

The cable car ride across Barcelona harbour is a thrilling experience
Port cable car Barcelona

The harbour cable car connects Montjuic hill with Barceloneta beach
How often do these things fall? Only once!

The cable car stops halfway at tower
Jaume I by World Trade Centre & Eurostars Grand Marina Hotel GL
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Great views of the Port Vell (old port) and Monument to Christopher Columbus
Eye to eye with Columbus

Aerial view of La Rambla street
La Rambla seen from the cable car in Barcelona

Port Vell attractions are the Aquarium, MareMagnum shopping mall and IMAX 3D cinema
View of marina in Barcelona

The port cable car has stunning views of Barcelona
View of Barcelona from cable car

Barcelona beaches. See beach photos and beach locations
View of beaches in Barcelona from cable car


The harbour cable car starts on Montjuic hill by the Mirador cafe in front of luxury Miramar Hotel
Cable car station at Miramar on Mont Juic in Barcelona


 
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