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Why Fly to Barcelona?
Creative and vibrant, Barcelona is one of the busiest ports in the Mediterranean. Look up at the buildings when wandering its streets and you will see spectacular designs by by Antonio Gaudi, not to mention some of Europe's finest Gothic buildings. You can use Travelzoo's SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Barcelona, and sample some tapas on Las Ramblas with the money you save.
Flying to Barcelona from the UK
Barcelona is a hugely popular destination with British travellers and as such many UK airports operate flights to the city making it easy to find cheap flight offers. It is possible to get direct flights from airports around the UK including, London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester and Liverpool. Cardiff, Edinburgh, Exeter and Glasgow typically offer flights with short stops in destinations such as Amsterdam or Paris, depending on which airline you fly with.
Popular Flight Routes to Barcelona
Which Airlines Fly to Barcelona?
Barcelona (BCN) is served by low-cost airlines such as easyJet and Monarch. These are not always the cheapest, as some of the national carriers offer surprisingly good deals. Iberia and British Airways fly from Heathrow to Barcelona, typically taking about two hours. easyJet flies to Barcelona from Bristol, Newcastle, Liverpool, London Stansted and Luton. From Manchester, Monarch offer non-stop services to Barcelona taking less than three hours. From Edinburgh, KLM offers regular flights via Amsterdam, Air France via Paris, and Lufthansa via Frankfurt.
Mini Travel Guide to Barcelona
At the heart of Barcelona's medieval Old Town is Las Ramblas, the city's most famous street. This lively avenue is normally packed with street performers and its pavement cafes make good spots from which to people watch. Explore the narrow, surrounding streets and you will find beautiful squares and busy tapas bars. After a day spent shopping and milling around on Las Ramblas, head to the harbour for sundowners on the waterfront. Gaudi lovers should not miss his Park Güell, a garden with sculptural and architectural highlights which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. La Sagrada Família, Gaudi's unfinished cathedral and his final resting place, is also worth a visit. Picasso fans should head to Barcelona’s Museu Picasso which offers an impressive collection of his paintings. If you tire of Barcelona's cultural offerings, Sitges, an attractive seaside resort with a sandy beach is a 30-minute train journey from the capital. It is known for its exciting nightlife and is also one of Spain's best-known gay resorts.
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