Cheap Flights from London to Barcelona
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Fly From London to Barcelona-El Prat Airport
Spain is an exciting destination any time of year, and visitors can fly from London to Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) for adventure. One of the world’s most interesting churches, La Sagrada Família, has been under construction for over 130 years. Park Güell is more than just a park. It contains tiled sculptures, and at the top is an incredible view of the city and Mediterranean. Stroll through the neighborhood of El Born with its winding streets, shops, and restaurants. It is also located near the Picasso Museum and Museum of Chocolate. Average flight time for a nonstop trip is less than 2 hours. Airlines with nonstop flights from London to Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) include Ryanair, British Airways, and Iberia.
Facilities at Barcelona-El Prat Airport
Barcelona-El Prat Airport consists of two terminals, located about 2.4 miles apart. Most flights from London to Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) come into Terminal 1, and there is free shuttle service from one terminal to the other. The four-level Terminal 1 contains 15 baggage carousels. Arrivals are located on the ground level, and shops and restaurants are on Level 1. The airport also contains a spa. Other major carriers include EasyJet, Vueling, and Norwegian Air International. Transportation options include metro underground, Aero bus, taxis, and car rentals from major agencies. A taxi from the airport to downtown Barcelona costs about $37 and will take 20 to 35 minutes.
Things to Do Near Barcelona-El Prat Airport
After you fly from London to Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN), you can visit Park Güell. It showcases major works of the artist Gaudi and is a World Heritage Site. Visit the old city center at Barri Gòtic in the Ciutat Vella district. This area of narrow streets displays fine examples of Gothic architecture. The Picasso Museum holds an extensive collection of his works. The Maritime Museum of Barcelona is located on Avenida de les Drassanes. The museum shows exhibits of Spanish shipbuilding back to the 13th century. Las Ramblas is a pedestrian mall that runs from Plaça de Catalunya to the Christopher Columbus Monument. It is famous for its street performers, shopping, dining, and artists. Shoppers will enjoy La Roca Village, a factory outlet mall located off the A7 at Exit 12.
Hints and Tips for Barcelona-El Prat Airport
Major events in Barcelona include the International Jazz Festival and carnival celebration with parties and costumed processionals. Corpus Christi features parades of big-headed carnival figures and giants. For evening entertainment, clubbing is popular. You can find several clubs along the B-10 in the La Barceloneta District. Besides paella and tapas, international cuisine is available. For a large number of choices, try the Gothic Quarter in the city’s center. A mid-sized restaurant meal for two costs from $21 to $37. Barcelona is home to some of the most famous sporting events in the world. See the Conde de Godó tennis tournament or the Formula 1 Grand Prix racing or attend a football game for FC Barcelona. Temperatures in the Barcelona area average 74 degrees Fahrenheit in summer and 49 degrees Fahrenheit in winter.
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