Visits to the sailing ship ‘Götheborg’

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Visit. The world's largest ocean-bound wooden sailing ship is stopping over in Barcelona and can be visited this weekend.

The Götheborg is a replica of an 18th-century ship originally owned by the Swedish East India Company. The ship is now on a great expedition: it will be sailing on a two-year adventure through Europe and continuing on towards Asia in 2023, making a stop in Barcelona along the way.

It will be moored by the Rambla del Mar until 30 October and can be visited, with all the crew on board and fully equipped.

You can make the most of your visit and discover the history of the original Götheborg that sailed to Asia three times. Discover modern stories about sailing in an 18th-century ship, about the exciting expedition to Asia and about the art of ship building.

Visits last between 45 minutes and an hour.

Schedule

El Götheborg, el vaixell de fusta més gran del món, fa escala a Barcelona en un trajecte que replica la ruta històrica del vaixell original. No us perdeu aquest aconteixement i apropeu-vos a la rambla de Mar per poder visitar aquest magnific veler abans de que llevi àncores.

Com a vaixell internacional, utilitzen l'anglès com a llengua principal.


Moll de Bosch i Alsina

Address:
Passeig de Colom, 19
:
Ciutat Vella
Neighborhood:
el Barri Gòtic
City:
Barcelona
Where
Moll de Bosch i Alsina
When
From 27/10/2022 to 30/04/2023

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