Cheap Flights from New York Newark to Barcelona in 2019

Flight information New York Newark to Barcelona

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Cheap Flights from New York Newark to Barcelona

The architecture, the art, the music, the food--you must experience Barcelona, Spain, to understand this fascinating culture. Flying from Newark to Barcelona is the start of a trip you'll remember your whole life.

Flying Out of New York Newark

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is in Newark, New Jersey, just 14 miles from Manhattan. The airport has three terminals: A, B, and C.

You can get a direct flight from Newark to Barcelona from United Airlines or Lufthansa. In June 2017, flights from Newark to Barcelona will become available from Norwegian Air Shuttle. United Airlines flights take off from terminal C, while Lufthansa takes off from terminal B.

Since Newark to Barcelona is an international flight, you should get to the airport at least three hours before your take-off time. You'll need a valid passport to enter Spain. For stays of less than 90 days, you don't need a tourist visa.

Arriving in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Airport El Prat (BCN) is around seven miles southwest of Barcelona's city center. The airport has two terminals located in separate buildings. Lufthansa and United both use terminal 1, while Norwegian uses terminal 2.

Once you arrive, you can head to your hotel using several transportation methods. Public transportation is popular in Barcelona, with options such as the subway, Aero Bus, Rapid Bus, taxi, and train. If you want to rent a car you should know that, like the U.S., drivers in Spain use the right side of the road.

Time, Weather, and Language Information

New York is in the Eastern Time zone, while Barcelona is in the Central European Time Zone. Barcelona is six hours ahead of New York. Combat jet lag by going to sleep at a normal (local) time and trying to adjust to the new time zone as soon as you can.

The weather in Barcelona is humid, with hot summers and mild winters. August is the hottest month, while January is the coldest.

Both Spanish and Catalan are the official languages of Barcelona. Many people you'll encounter don't speak English fluently. It would be smart to learn some common phrases in Spanish and Catalan, and bring along a phrase book.

¿Cuanto Cuesta? (How Much Does it Cost?)

The money used in Barcelona is Euros. One U.S. dollar equals about .89 Euros. The good news is that the cost of living in Barcelona is much cheaper than New York City--about 53 percent cheaper. The cost for two people to go out for a decent meal in New York averages $75. In Barcelona, the same type of meal will only cost around $45.

What to Do in Barcelona

Not sure what you want to do when you get there? Check out the 9 Best Things to Do in Barcelona for some inspiration.

Need help booking a hotel? Try Skyscanner's Hotel Search for some budget-friendly options.

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