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Are you looking for cheap flights to Barcelona? Use Netflights to search for deals on Barcelona flights, as you compare prices across multiple airlines. We'll help you save money on your adventure to the Catalonian capital, where you'll find amazing architecture and delicious cuisine.

Barcelona flight facts what you need to know

How to land a low priced flight to Barcelona booking advice, visa information and airports and airlines tips

When is the best time to book cheap flights to Barcelona?

To get a good deal on cheap flights to Barcelona, you should book at least four months in advance – especially if you’re planning to go during summer. But, if your holiday dates are fairly flexible, try searching for flights by month to see where the best prices are.

When is the cheapest time to visit Barcelona?

November and January are the cheapest months to visit Barcelona, while prices soar in between during the festive period. Flights to Barcelona are at their most expensive in July and August, and hotel prices also peak during this time. But that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the sunshine – good-value deals can crop up in June and September, so keep your eyes peeled. Cheap flights are also available in the cooler months of March and April, provided you avoid the Easter holidays.

When is Barcelona weather best?

Barcelona’s Mediterranean climate means the city gets very hot in the summer months, with temperatures easily reaching 29°C in July and August. Arguably, though, June and September actually have the best weather – it’s still hot, with temperatures in the mid-twenties, but the climate is more comfortable for sightseeing and walking around. October is Barcelona’s wettest month, while February is the coldest time of year.

Which airlines fly to Barcelona?

When you’re looking for cheap flights to Barcelona, you’ve got plenty of airlines to choose from – so it’s worth comparing your options. Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways, Iberia and Norwegian all offer direct flights from the UK to Barcelona.

How long is the flight to Barcelona?

Flight times from the UK to Barcelona vary depending on where you fly from. A direct flight from London to Barcelona takes just over two hours, but a direct flight from Edinburgh lasts nearly three hours.

How many airports does Barcelona have?

Barcelona-El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport (BCN) is the only airport in Barcelona. It’s one of the busiest European airports, with 50 million passengers passing through its doors in 2018. The airport has two terminals. Budget airlines like Aer Lingus, easyJet and Ryanair fly into Terminal 2, while the newer, larger Terminal 1 handles all other airlines.

How do I get from Barcelona Airport into Barcelona?

The airport is just 12 kilometres away from the city, and getting into Barcelona couldn’t be simpler. We’d recommend getting the shuttle bus – the Aerobus runs every 10 minutes from the airport to the centre, and a return ticket costs around €10. The journey time varies depending on where you’re staying, but the drive to the city centre takes about 30 minutes. Just remember when you take the bus back to the airport, you’ll need to catch the right bus for your terminal – either T1 to Terminal 1 or T2 to Terminal 2.

Alternatively, you could booked a shared shuttle bus, which will drop you at your hotel – a single trip costs about €12 per person, and a return is about €23. Taxis are also available, but the journey will cost you at least €30.

What are the top things to do in Barcelona?

With mountains on one side and the Mediterranean on the other, Barcelona truly has it all. You can expect to find stunning architecture, incredibly food, vibrant nightlife and a proud population. This city is filled with pretty streets, ornate balconies and beautiful buildings – but the crème de la crème is La Sagrada Familia. Designed by Antoni Gaudi, this intricate cathedral has been under construction from more than a century. Elsewhere, you can stroll down the tree-lined Las Ramblas and order a giant pan of paella, or try local delicacies in La Boqueria, Barcelona’s large food market. Unwind on the beach, walk through colourful Park Güell – also designed by Gaudi – or escape the heat in one of the city’s many museums.

In the evenings, you can sip sangria in a laidback plaza, or watch the incredible water show at the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc. With all this to do and more, it’s no wonder that Spain’s second city is one of the most-visited places in Europe.

Do I need a visa to fly to Barcelona?

If you’re travelling on a British passport, you don’t need a visa to fly to Barcelona, as Spain and the UK are both members of the EU. But if you’re planning to stay in Spain for longer than 90 days, you will need a visa.

Min / Max Temperature (°C)
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4 °C

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16 °C

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28 °C

Rainfall (mm)
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25 mm

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86 mm

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