Cheap Flights from Amsterdam to Barcelona
Flight information Amsterdam to Barcelona
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Average flight time, total distance 771 miles
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Frequently asked questions
To plan a trip to Barcelona from Amsterdam, you need a few different things: a thirst for adventure, affinity for Gaudi’s work, and this flight search tool that narrows down the best flight deals from Amsterdam. Because when it comes to Barcelona, it’s the getting there that takes some to-do—once you get there, the magic of the city immediately sweeps you up.
Everyone knows the best vacation starts with a great flight deal and an airport that’s easy to navigate, so we did the leg work and mapped out the ins and outs of flying into Barcelona: from finding the best flight deals to deciding which airport to fly into. Price, location, searches and advice—we’ve got it all.
Barcelona airports to Barcelona proper: the nitty-gritty travel tips.
Barcelona has three airports—Barcelona International, Girona, and Reus—but Barcelona International (BCN) is the destination airport for the Amsterdam to Barcelona flight path. BCN is 8 miles from the center of Barcelona and the start of your vacation. That means a $30, 20-minute taxi ride into the main part of Barcelona. Another transportation option is the RENFE train, a 25-minute journey, or the Aerobus express bus, another 25-minutes.
Airlines, flights and prices from Amsterdam to Barcelona.
93 flights per week make the 771-mile journey between Amsterdam and Barcelona, and those prices average about $88 per flight—as long as you’re booking a trip for the months of September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May or June. August and July are times when those flight prices tend to spike, getting as high as $140. It takes 2 hours and 5 minutes to make the 771-mile voyage.
What to do once you’ve landed in Barcelona
Of course there’s the obvious: checking out Gaudi’s incredible feats of art and architecture. From the Casa Batlo to La Sagrada Familia, the architectural attractions abound. Stroll through his Parc Guell and cap off the day with a round of tapas and sangria. Check out the five sections of the famed La Rambla, one of which dates back to 1847. And if it’s summer, travel the 15 minutes to the beach and indulge in the beauty of the coastline. If you find yourself needing space from the tourists, go north of the city to Gracia, or to Eixample for the architecture and bustling streets.
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