Visit Barcelona

Visit Barcelona find out how to and what to see when you are here

Right before your airplane lands, you will get to see the most exotic attraction of Barcelona – its beaches.

As you prepare to leave the airport, you need to know about public transport from the airport to your hotel/accommodation:
-Metro Line 9 South (€4.60 per journey) will take you from the airport to other connected lines
-AeroBus (€5,90 single/€10,20 return) will take you from Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 straight to Placa Catalunya
-Taxi (price depends on the journey, ranging from €15-€30) will take you from the airport straight to your hotel/accommodation door
-Linea 46 (€1.02 - €2.20 per journey) will take you from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 and from there all the way to Placa Espanya and Avenue Parallel (the ticket is valid 75 minutes so you can take a new connection to your final destination).

In the night time, there is a night bus - N18 - which has similar prices and an itinerary like the Linea 46.

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In case you haven`t booked anything for accommodation yet and you`re hoping to get a discounted price later in the day (sometimes it works), we recommend the following sources:

AIRBNB.COM - Airbnb is a company and a software platform dedicated to the offer of accommodation to individuals. The name is an acronym for airbed and breakfast. In Barcelona, Airbnb offers access to over 2000 properties through its website/application. And if you are new to this application, you get a free £25 voucher for your first stay: [VISIT HERE!]

BOOKING.COM - uses digital technology to make traveling easier. Helps connect travelers with the widest range of accommodations, such as apartments, houses, luxury resorts, family-run bed & breakfasts, and even igloos and tree houses. In Barcelona, it offers access to over 500 tourist attractions and buildings. New users get £15 off their first stay: [REDEEM HERE]!


[The Sagrada Familia] - The Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia, known simply as the Sagrada Familia, is a Catholic basilica in Barcelona, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. Started in 1882, it is still under construction.

[Guell Park] - a public park with gardens and architectural elements located in the upper part of the city of Barcelona.

[La Rambla] - also called "Las Ramblas", is an emblematic promenade of the city of Barcelona that runs between Plaça de Catalunya, the nerve center of the city, and the old port.

[Mila House] - popularly called Casa Mila or "La Pedrera", is a modernist building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, built between 1906 and 1910 in the Ensanche district of Barcelona, at number 92 Paseo de Gracia.

[The Gothic Quarter] - one of the four neighborhoods that make up the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona.

[Batllo House] - or Casa Batlló is a building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the greatest representative of Catalan modernism. It is a complete remodeling of a previously existing building on the site, the work of Emilio Sala Cortés.

[Montjuic Mountain] - or Montjuich is a mountain of Barcelona, with a height of 173 meters above sea level, which houses a district of the same name, in the district of Sants-Montjuic.

[Catalonia Square] - or Plaça de Catalunya is a central square in Barcelona, one of the nerve centers of the city. It has an area of 5 hectares, it is the junction between the old city center and the Ensanche.

[Barceloneta] - a district of marine origin in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, built during the 18th century and initially planned by the engineer Próspero de Verboom, in 1719.

[Boquería Market] - The Mercado de San José, popularly known as "La Boquería", is a municipal market located on the Rambla de Barcelona. Besides being a place where you can buy all kinds of fresh products, it is also a tourist attraction.

[Camp Nou] - The Camp Nou Stadium, is a sports venue owned by the Football Club Barcelona, located in the Les Corts district of the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

[Magic Fountain of Montjuic] - simply called Montjuic fountain, is located in Carles Buïgas square, in the district of Sants-Montjuïc, Barcelona.

[Picasso Museum of Barcelona] - officially and in Catalan "Museu Picasso", has a collection of 4,249 works by the painter from Malaga Pablo Picasso in the multiple media that he addressed which is the most complete in the world in works of his youth.

[Citadel Park] - or Parque de la Ciudadela is located in the district of Ciutat Vella, in Barcelona. For many years it was the only public park in Barcelona.

[Tibidabo] - with 512 meters above sea level, the highest peak of the Collserola mountain range, in the municipality of Barcelona. It is popular for its views over the city and its natural spaces, which are used for recreational purposes.