Ronda Litoral direction Besòs
Exit 21 for Ciutat Vella (Paralelo, La Rambla, Montjuïc, Port Vell)
Ronda Litoral direction Llobregat
Exit 21 for Ciutat Vella (Paral•lel, Ciutat Vella, Port Vell, Estación Marítima Balears)
Solid bulk terminals are signposted.
Land accesses and inland communications
A 13 km-long ring road connects the different wharves and warehousing areas right around the perimeter of the Port of Barcelona.
As regards inland railway communications, from the Ponent wharf towards the South,
RENFE provides service for a wide variety of traffic: containers, non-containerised general cargo, solid and liquid bulks.
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat provides a service from the Contradic wharf for the potash loaded in Barcelona.
The Sud wharf has a rail terminal for containers.
The car terminals have their own rail terminal.
The Princep d'Espanya wharf has a public multi-purpose rail terminal mainly dedicated to cars, steel products and containers.
The Port of Barcelona is located right next to a node of land transport infrastructures. This node comprises a network of railways
The railways joining the port and its environs with the rest of the country are:
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya