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Address: Portal de la Pau s/n | Moll de Drassanes. Davant del Monument a Colom, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
Phone Number: +34 934 42 31 06
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SIRENS S.A.Over 100 years in the port of BarcelonaSirens S.A. is an...

SIRENS S.A.Over 100 years in the port of BarcelonaSirens S.A. is an experienced sailor and proud heritage that for over a hundred years gives those who want the most attractive and intriguing views of Barcelona from a beautiful perspective, the Mediterranean. The company began its journey Swallows in 1888, coinciding with the World Expo in Barcelona, the end of the Rambla and the construction of the monument to Columbus.Swallows have been, since then, an exceptional witness of the dramatic changes experienced by the port and Barcelona in general.The activity began with three swallows calls Omnibus I, II and Omnibus Omnibus III, which ran on steam. They ran from the Portal de la Pau to Barceloneta (Banys de Sant Sebastia).Over the years, the company consolidated and progressively swallows many locals used as a means of transportation to the Baths.During the Civil War, the company was closed. Then he resumed his activity.With the first extension of the port, Las Golondrinas expanded its fleet and route. Was maintained Banys route to Sant Sebastia and started a new to the breakwater. Over the years and the removal of trams "gardener", was also deleted the line bathrooms. The line of the breakwater has lasted until today and has allowed many citizens had their baptism of sea in our boats.After the Olympic Games in 1992, opened a new route: Las Golondrinas harbor and coastline itinerary that allows des seafront view of the sea. To this end a new ships were built, the catamaran type, called Trimar and buses.In 2009 we added a new ship to Las Golondrinas: Antina G.SIRENAS S.A..

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Relaxing 90 minutes

We fancied taking time out to test our weary feet after much walking around the city. Thought this a good opportunity to relax and see the sights From the sea . The trip took us... read more

3 of 5 starsReviewed 1 week ago
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

Nice and ralaxing boat tour around the port. The tour was the basic 40 Minutes tour and perfect for a small relaxing rest after lots of walking around the city.

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2 of 5 stars Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Although the 40 minute tour was relatively cheap; adult = €7.40 and child €2.80, there was nothing to see on the tour but a few ships, an industrial site and thousands of containers. There was no audio as you would expect with most tours so that was a huge disappointment. The only thing i was happy with at the end... More 

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We fancied taking time out to test our weary feet after much walking around the city. Thought this a good opportunity to relax and see the sights From the sea . The trip took us up the coast past Barcelonas beaches to the next harbour where it pulled in to drop someone off - looks like it doubles Up as... More 

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago

myself and my partner decided to try a boat trip whilst at the bottom of the La Rambla, priced at €15 for the 1 and a half hour tour, with a €3 cut for both of us being students, making the accumulative total €24 for the both of us, we decided to board and sit at the top, once the... More 

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We thought we going on an hour and a half trip up the coast. The boat left the harbour and headed out to see; turned round; went back into the harbour and we had a tour of .... the harbour. Yes, we had been warned that the sea was a bit rough. But no warning about a curtailed trip. Total... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Sat on the top of the boat for an hour and it was amazing, seeing all the nice views! They have a person to take pictures of everyone, which you can decide to buy at the end, they have it printed already and show it to you, it's only €7!!!! It's in a nice area too, so you could have... More 

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2 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

€15 for a 1.5 hour boat trip up and down the port. No commentary and didn't really see very much. Was pleasant but not worth the money and I wouldn't recommend it.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were delighted to find this gem of a boat company!! They were such a bargain it was ridiculous. We went on a 40 min port tour which was really good, weren't back the next night and did the beach your with was for 90 mins for about €15.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A short 40 min trip with the boat will give you a better view of Barcelona beach and coast line. You might see some of the ocean ships docked there, have a photo and enjoy a bit the sun from the sea. A relax way to see the sunset or just to take a brake from all the crazines from... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The 1 ½ hour tour gives You a very fine overview of Barcelona city - especially the many nice beaches.

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