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Flights from London to Barcelona

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Airport information before you fly from London to Barcelona

Some helpful tips for your trip to Barcelona

  • How to get to London Gatwick Airport

    There are many ways to get to London Gatwick airport from the centre of London. From Victoria station, you can take the Gatwick Express non-stop train, which takes 30 minutes to get to the airport. Alternatively, you can take a Southern Trains main line service from Victoria via East Croydon and Clapham Junction. Trains also travel to Gatwick Airport from other stations across London, including London Bridge, London Blackfriars, Farringdon and St Pancras International. You can also take a National Express coach service from Victoria station to London Gatwick airport – the journey takes between 1.5 and 2 hours.

  • From Barcelona El Prat Airport to the city center

    By train, it takes 40 minutes by train to travel from Barcelona city center to Barcelona El Prat Airport Terminal 2. The RENFE L2 Line train to the airport departs from Barcelona’s central train stations, Sants and Passeig de Gracia. Tickets can be purchased at the train station and cost approximately €5. The Aerobus service travels from bus stops in the centre of Barcelona, including Plaza Cataluña, Plaza España, Gran Via-Urgell and Plaza Universidad. The bus runs every five minutes throughout the day. A single fare to the airport costs around €6, and can be purchased online using a credit card, or from the bus driver (cash only).

Useful facts

You might find this useful to know before travelling to Barcelona


Flight time

2 h (approx.)


Voltage

220 V


Currency Test

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Top reasons to go to Barcelona

 Barcelona: places to visit

The first port of call for anyone visiting Barcelona is a pilgrimage to wonder at the genius of the legendary architect so responsible for shaping the Catalonian capital, Antoni Gaudí. The ever-unfinished Sagrada Familia and the dream-like Park Güell are well worth their place at the top of the to-see list, but there is no shortage of breath-taking options dotted around the city, with Casa Battló and La Pedrera a stone’s throw from each other either side of Passeig de Gracia, the elegant and luxurious shopping boulevard that runs through the city’s centre.

At the bottom of that illustrious street – itself a must-visit for shopaholics visiting Barcelona – you’ll find yourself in the city’s historical Plaça de Catalunya, which links the old town (including the cobbled and narrow streets that make up the charming Gothic Quarter) and the modern Eixample district. It’s also at the top of Barcelona’s iconic central boulevard – La Rambla. Filled with street performers, vendors, and curious tourists wondering at the bizarre wealth of delights that make up a holiday in Barcelona – it is not to be missed.

Things to see in Bracelona

There is plenty to see for art lovers, from the excellent Picasso Museum, Catalonia’s National Museum of Art, and the Miró Foundation (keep your eye out for sculptures around the city), to more contemporary offerings, with the MACBA and CCCB museums (both in the hip Raval area) offering a wide variety of exhibitions, events, and talks. Be sure to check the CCCB schedule to make sure you’re not missing out. A little further afield, to the north of Barcelona, the Design Museum never fails to surprise and is easily combined with a trip to the nearby Mercat dels Encants, an enchanting and quirky flea market filled with some of the most absurd fare you are ever likely to come across. Of course, there are certain activities you simply have to do when flying to Barcelona.

Things to do in Barcelona

Naturally, these include going to the beach and enjoying some of the city’s world-renowned cuisine. Load up on tapas and pintxos (small, delicious, cocktail stick-sized bites) on Carrer Blai in Poble Sec before taking your pick from the beaches that line the coast, from Barceloneta’s Platja de Sant Sebastià to Poble Nou’s Platja del Bogatell. After a hard day in the Balearic treat yourself to more tapas, local cava and vermouth at El Xampanyet, an oversized paella at Ca la Montse, or make a final trip back up to La Rambla to visit the inimitable Mercat de la Boqueria, where you can feast on the best Barcelona has to offer – think padrón peppers, Iberian ham, patatas bravas, and an ice cool beverage of your choice.

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