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Flights to Barcelona

Barcelona is a beautiful city located on the coast of northern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea and is also the second most populated city in Spain. Barcelona is a historical city dating back to the Middle Ages when it was founded by the Roman Empire. It has a rich cultural heritage and is a major tourist attraction along with a lot of visitors. Barcelona is a UNESCO World Heritage site because of its famous architectural works created by Artists, Antoni Gaudí and Lluis Domenech I Montaner. This is a global city as it excels in all industries – tourism, commerce, education, media, entertainment, sports, fashion, and arts. Hence, it is a frequently visited place by tourists as they have a variety of information to learn from this city. 

Barcelona is considered the most successful, fastest-growing and smart city in Europe. It is home to the world-famous football club, the FC Barcelona. The city has hosted many international sports tournaments, world-class conferences, and has been the host for the 1992 Summer Olympics. It has great connectivity to different parts of the world through its airport, its extensive motorway, the super-fast rail line which links France and the rest of Europe. The terrain of Barcelona is picturesque with the Mediterranean Sea facing in front and interspersed on the land side with hills and high altitudes. This gives different scenic views of both the seaside and the landside. The southeast side of the city overlooks the Harbor and the Montjuic Castle, a 17th-century fortress used as a museum and a home to many cultural and sporting events. Spanish is the widely spoken language and the next native language spoken is Catalan, owing to the Catalonia government’s presence here.

Tip: Barcelona is the home for many famous football clubs, so all football enthusiasts don’t miss out on a chance to see the football clubs and maybe catch a match in action.

Getting to Barcelona

The Barcelona Airport is the point of entry into Barcelona and is 17 km from the city center. It can be accessed by taxis, metro, bus or train services easily. This airport is the second largest airport in Spain and the largest on the Mediterranean coast. There are three terminals in this airport and they are connected by walkways. There are direct flights to Barcelona coming in from different parts of the world. Some of the airlines coming into Barcelona are Aegean Airlines, Atlantic Airways, EgyptAir, and Cathay Pacific, to name a few. There are many flights to Barcelona coming in from other parts of the world and are well connected. Many of the airlines also offer cheap flights to Barcelona during their promotional activities.

Tip: Plan well ahead if you want to visit Barcelona you can get a good price on your ticket and could save a good amount. 

What to see in Barcelona

Barcelona is a must-see tourist destination with so much to offer in terms of sights, music, culture, food, and customs. It is a city that will make you want to keep coming back to savor the beauty and the warmth of this fabulous Spanish city.

The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia is a church that is dedicated to the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. The architects for this beautiful church are Francisco de Paula del Villar and Antoni Gaudi. This church has been built through the generosity of the people and by the common man raising funds. One can spend a mesmerizing 2 to 3 hours in his beautiful Basilica. 

Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) is a beautiful walkway as you walk on the Gothic old roads, see the Cathedral, the Santa Caterina Market, stop by the wayside cafes, restaurants or a bar, and enjoy your day. 

Casa Batllo is the home where the Batllo family lived. The Architect Gaudi has used the colors of nature and light so effectively. Each room is a beauty with its ornate furnishings, paintings, and door frames. Each room is different and unique from the others. The balcony is also beautiful and is a masterpiece.

The Palace of Catalan Music is an architectural heritage and is a World Heritage site as declared by UNESCO in 1997. It is a must-see place for tourists as it gives a view into the nature of modern architecture. This marvel was designed by a great architect, Lluis Domènech I Montaner.

Mercat de la Boqueria is a treat for tourists who like to explore the local markets. You can spend 1-2 hours exploring the markets that sell a variety of fruits, vegetables, and seafood. It is a riot of colors to see the freshest of fruits and vegetables on display, even if you are not actually buying them.

Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya – MNAC is an art museum that is an attraction for all art lovers and those who have studied different art forms. It houses a variety of art pieces covering the medieval period to the 20th century. So there is so much to see in this museum and learn as well. The 3 to 4 hours that you spend here will be worth the visit.

Tip: Some of the sights and museums require entry tickets; it will be helpful if you buy your tickets well in advance to avoid long waiting periods.

Accommodation in Barcelona

Barcelona offers a variety of options to stay during your amazing vacation here. You can choose from a variety of apartments, homestays, hotels, or as a family, you can opt for an aparthotel. This is an apartment in a hotel, so this gives you a feeling of living in an apartment but still attached to a hotel.

Tip: While in Barcelona, plan your tours early and well in time, because there is so much to see and if not planned well, you can miss out on the most important sites.

The culture, people, and food of Barcelona

Barcelona is a mix of Spanish and Catalonian cultures. Both are diverse and different cultures but very intrinsic to Barcelona. The people of Barcelona are rich in tradition, culture, music, sports, education, and tourism. The cuisine is a mix of Spanish and Catalonian cuisine and since this is an international tourist destination, there is a good array of western and international cuisines as well.

Tip: A tourist can feel very comfortable here while traveling; the local people are helpful and provide any information or direction required.

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FAQs about Flights to Barcelona

  • What are some travel guidelines for Barcelona during the COVID19 pandemic?

    Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Barcelona, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.
  • What is the average flight ticket price from United States to Barcelona?

    The average ticket price to Barcelona is US$184. Please use this price as a reference only.
  • How long is the flight to Barcelona?

    • Approx. 2 hours 31 minutes to fly from Dublin to Barcelona.
    • Approx. 2 hours 12 minutes to fly from London to Barcelona.
    • Approx. 53 minutes to fly from Palma de Mallorca to Barcelona.
    • Approx. 1 hour 46 minutes to fly from Paris to Barcelona.
  • How to get cheap flights to Barcelona?

    You can book cheaper flights in the following ways:
    • Search for tickets to a city or airport near Barcelona.
    • Look up different airlines that have flights to Barcelona.
    • Browse different departure dates from the same month.
    • Filter for different departure times from the same day.
    • Check for discount information on various social media sites.
    • Explore deals and discounts on airline websites.
  • What is the most popular month to visit Barcelona?

    Understanding peak and off travel seasons to Barcelona can help you arrange your travel plans accordingly. The most popular month to visit Barcelona is July. The average price of flight tickets to Barcelona in July is US$198.
  • When are the cheapest flights to Barcelona?

    Flight tickets to Barcelona are the cheapest in May compared to other months, the average price is US$103.
  • Which popular airlines have flights to Barcelona?

    Popular airlines with flights to Barcelona: Vueling Airlines, Ryanair, and easyJet.