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Airport in Barcelona

Barcelona–El Prat Airport

Official Name: Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport

Airport Code: BCN

Location: 7.5 miles or 12 km southwest of the center of Barcelona, lying in the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans, and Sant Boi, in Catalonia

Hub for: Vueling, Level

Focus city for: Air Europa, EasyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair

On-Time Performance Report

71.5 percent of the total 324,341 flight operations (JUNE ’18 – MAY ’19) were on time, according to OAG.

Top Airlines at the Airport by Passenger Traffic

1. Vueling 20,381,235
2. Ryanair 7,828,218
3. Iberia 1,761,680
4. EasyJet Europe 1,724,336
5. EasyJet UK 1,607,272
6. Lufthansa 1,492,483
7. Air Europa 1,095,636
8. Norwegian Air International 1,058,699
9. Wizz Air 1,041,784
10. British Airways 784,889

Source: Air traffic statistics (2019) from the Official Airport Website

Best time to Visit Barcelona

The best time to plan your vacation to Barcelona is spring, between May and June. The moderate temperature in the mid-70s welcomes a series of festivals that can help you better understand its people and culture. The summer (July to August) like any other summer is sticky and humid. Most of the native leave their home in summer and enjoy their vacation in colder places like Miami and Costa Rica.

Again after summer, Barcelona reclaims its crown of being one of the best tourist destinations in the world. The low temperature rests around the 70s.

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Top Attractions in Barcelona

1. Sagrada Família

Designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926), Sagrada Familia is one of the oldest and largest unfinished Roman Catholc Churches in Spain. The interruption in its construction started with the Spanish Civil War and it continues with some or the other reasons.

2. Park Güell

If you have been looking for peace and calm, then this is the place to be. The Park Güell is a public park system featuring a wide range of flora and architectonic elements located on Carmel Hill. The park was honored as an UNESCO World Heritage Site under “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.

3. LaRambla

La Rambla is a 1.2 km street in central Barcelona bridging Plaça de Catalunya and the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell. The site contains multiple small streets having their own attributes to attract visitors. The principal components of the street are: Rambla de Canaletes – the site of the Font de Canaletes fountain; Rambla dels Estudis – the site of the former Jesuit University, whose only remainder is the Church of Bethlehem; Rambla de Sant Josep (or de Les Flors) – the site of an open-air flower market; Rambla dels Caputxins – the site of a former Capuchin monastery, now dominated by the Liceu opera-house and Rambla de Santa Mònica – named after the convent of St. Monica, now an arts centre

Top Museums to Visit in Barcelona

1. Palau Nacional

From the Romanesque church paintings (10th-12th century) through the classic arts of the Italian Renaissance to the contemporary arts – take a comprehensive tour to understand the evolution of arts visiting the Palau Nacional. The museum, established in 1934, is home to over 290, 000 artworks including Paintings from Arlanza, Altar frontal from Avia, Virgin of Ger, Apse of Santa Maria d’Aneu, to name a few. Ticket Price: $8.18 for the general.  Children below 16 and senior citizens above 65 can enjoy a free entry.

2. Museu Picasso

Recognized as the museum of national interest, Museu Piccaso houses artworks of a 20th century great Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. There are a total of 4, 251 works categorized as follows: painting and drawing, engraving, and ceramics. If you have been looking for the top educational museums, then Museu Piccaso is the right place to be. It offers a free public library of over 6, 000 references and a dedicated department for organizing educational activities. Ticket starts from $5.84. Free admission days include Thursdays, from 6pm onwards, first Sunday of each month, 12 February (santa Eulàlia), 18 May (the International day of Museums) and 24 September (Day of La Mercè) free entrance for everybody. Limited capacity, timed tickets are required. Advance tickets are available online up to 4 days before the date. The ticket includes admission to the Collection and temporary exhibitions