Cheap Flights to Barcelona

Cheap Flights to Barcelona

Barcelona's El Prat Airport (BCN) is located 14 Km southwest of the city center. The city center is easily accessible by Metro, bus, taxi, or train. Taxis can be found at stops in front of both terminals, and the train station is located in Terminal 2. The Metro stops in both terminals, but the Aero Bus is the fastest way to reach Barcelona city center. The Rapid Bus connects Barcelona to nearby towns like Girona and Murcia. Rent a car from one of several car rental companies with desks in Terminal 1 just after the baggage claim and Terminal 2 in the main exit hall.

Barcelona's El Prat Airport has two terminals which are connected by a free airport shuttle. The shuttle runs 24 hours a day in 6-7 minute intervals and a one-way trip takes 10-15 minutes. Allow at least 1 to 1.5 hours between flights if you must change terminals. Most flights will arrive at Terminal 1. Terminal 2 serves mostly low-cost and regional carriers. Terminal 1 is made up of 5 areas. Only areas D and E operate non-Shengen flights. Level 0 (arrivals) has check-in counters, travel agency offices, and the lost-and-found area. Shops, bars, and restaurants can be found on Level 3 (departures).  Terminal 1 also has a gym, chapel, showers, sleeping rooms, and complete wi-fi coverage. Spanish bank La Caixa provides currency exchange services in Terminal 1.

You can find the cheapest flights to Barcelona with Skyscanner's Flight Search. Simply select "Barcelona" and dates you want to travel and you will find the cheapest airfare available. If you want to fly to Barcelona for the absolute cheapest fare and have some flexibility in your travel dates, then our cheapest month search engine will show you which month has the lowest fares. You can then search within that month using the whole month search engine to find the cheapest time to fly. Fares will fluctuate right up until departure, and your best bet is to book earlier, rather than later. Fares appear to be lowest around 22 weeks prior to departure.

Barcelona is Spain's most-visited city, and is most expensive in the summer, and particularly busy in August. September, January, and February are the least busy, and least expensive times to visit Barcelona, as most of the city's larger festivals take place in the spring and summer. While cool temperatures can sweep Barcelona in the fall and winter, it is not even close to freezing, and the beaches are swimmable until early October. If you know when you want to fly to Barcelona, use Skyscanner's  price alert tool to receive notifications when the price for your chosen time rises or falls to help you get the best fare possible.

Barcelona's El Prat Airport is served by dozens of airlines including Air Canada, Air France, Air Transat, British Airways, Delta, Emirates, KLM, Lufthansa, and United Airlines. With all of these and more providing service to Barcelona, you can reach it easily from almost anywhere in the world. Find a hotel in Barcelona here. You can find all the airlines that fly to Canada here.

Barcelona is known for the architecture of Antonio Gaudi. He designed many of Barcelona's most famous sites including Casa Batlo and La Predrera. Most famous is the as-yet-unfinished Sagrada Familia with its spectacular stained-glass windows.  It is an exciting, colourful city with beautiful architecture. The churches are breathtaking, the parks are green and fragrant, and the beaches are always accessible. Try the food and tour the neighbourhoods; Barcelona is waiting for you!

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