Plan your trip to Barcelona

Airfare to Barcelona over the next 12 months

The price of flights to Barcelona varies from month to month. The chart below highlights the lowest rates you can expect to pay depending on when you travel.

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Barcelona

Barcelona – El Prat Airport

Flight distance to Barcelona 5917 km
Average flight time to Barcelona 07H 15MIN
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Barcelona

Barcelona – El Prat Airport

Flight distance to Barcelona 6421 km
Average flight time to Barcelona 07H 55MIN
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Barcelona

Barcelona – El Prat Airport

Flight distance to Barcelona 8626 km
Average flight time to Barcelona 14H 40MIN
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Barcelona: things to do in Spain’s most cosmopolitan city

Fanciful and sophisticated, Barcelona casts a spell over the most jaded traveller the minute they leave the airport. The Catalan passion is infused into everything in this magical city.

Outings

Barcelona is defined by its architecture, so a walking tour is in order on any holiday here. The city’s most recognizable architect, Antoni Gaudí, left his undulating stamp on several of the bizarrely bewitching buildings around town, but he isn’t the only modernist to make his mark here. Domènech i Montaner is behind some of Barcelona’s most famous landmarks, like the Palau de la Música and Casa Lleó Morera.

Barcelona isn’t built on modernism alone. Spain’s second-biggest metropolis has one of the greatest concentrations of Gothic architecture in all of Europe. Design buffs flock to Santa Maria del Mar and the Royal Palace when they want a taste of the medieval.

Things to see

Though Picasso spent his formative years here, Joan Miró is the most famous 20th-century artist who can lay claim to Barcelona as his birthplace. The Joan Miró Foundation, donated by the painter in 1971, houses an exceptional collection of his seminal works.

Attracting 2.8 million people a year, Gaudí’s lifelong obsession, the Sagrada Família, is Spain’s most visited monument. Despite being incomplete for more than a hundred years after construction began, the church’s strange, towering grandeur is nothing less than awe-inspiring.

Delicious food

For a taste of authentic Catalan cuisine with a modern twist, the Michelin-starred Cinc Sentits creates quite a stir. An ice cream made from cherry pits is a unique favourite here.

Euskal Etxea is one of the best places to try pintxos (Basque tapas). The chicken tempura with saffron mayo is particularly divine.

To ensure a successful trip to Barcelona, read this useful information about travelling to Spain.

Weather in Barcelona can vary throughout the year. The chart below indicates monthly average temperatures and rainfall so travellers can plan the perfect vacation at the right time and pack accordingly.
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