Cheap Flights from Montreal to Barcelona in 2019
Flight information Montreal to Barcelona
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Average flight time, total distance 5914 kilometers
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Cheap Flights from Montreal to Barcelona
From the Gothic architecture and shopping delights of Barri Gòtic to the modernistic stylings of Manzana de la Discòrdia; the lazy hands-on shopping at Mercat de Santa Caterina to the bulldozing vibe of La Boqueria; Barcelona is a wondrous paradox that must be experienced to be believed. Short of swimming across the Atlantic or booking an expensive specialty cruise, flying is the only way to get to Barcelona from Montreal. Skyscanner can help you get there quickly without getting a toe wet.
Landing at Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN)
Travelers heading to Barcelona from Montreal land at Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN), the main airport of Catalonia and the second busiest airport in Spain. Located 12 km southwest of the city centre of Barcelona, BCN's two terminals handle the needs of over 44 million passengers via more than 300,000 flights. BCN represents over 100 airlines with 258 check-in counters in T1 alone, but Air Canada is the most popular flight choice out of Montreal.
Amenities include free WIFI, CAD to Euro currency exchange, children's play rooms, Christian and interfaith prayer rooms in both terminals, salon and spa services, VIP lounges, air rooms and showers in T1, and a multi-purpose business centre. Several local hotels offer shuttle services for guests. Bus and train stops can be easily accessed from either terminal. Taxis await passengers outside both terminals, and car rentals are accessed near Arrivals of T1 and T2.
Things to Do in Barcelona
Stroll Las Ramblas to enjoy amazing restaurants, shops, and street performers. Enjoy the music, lights, and dancing water displays of the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc. Be moved by the visual wonder of the awe-inspiring Basilica de la Sagrada Familia. Explore the spiritual Gothic Quarter, discover ancient Roman relics, and walk in the footsteps of secular leaders from the medieval world. Add some pizzazz to your vacation pictures and some joy to your life at Antoni Guadi's famous Parc Güell. Visit Plaça del Rei town square to enjoy live music and people watch. Tour incredible museums, including the Picasso Museum to relive his connection with Barcelona. Join the hipster crowd at The Raval and inspire your inner writer with its urban culture and unique local businesses, including Barcelona's contemporary culture centre. Root for your favorite fútbol team or become a new fan at Camp Nou Stadium. And spend a magical day at Tibidabo Amusement Park for some exhilarating family fun.
Barcelona Travel Tips
Spain is low for violent crime, but petty theft is high. Be alert. Keep valuables locked away, hold onto your purses and expensive cell phones, and always make sure you have them when you leave a bar or attraction. Book your attraction tickets in advance to ensure placement. Hop on La Pedrera, Barcelona's wheelchair-accessible city tour sightseeing bus, whenever possible to see most of the major sites. Summer is peak season, but it's hot and sticky. Avoid the intense crowds and humidity by visiting in spring and autumn.
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