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Barcelona – the city that truly has it all

Flights to Barcelona transport you to a world of captivating culture and bustling boulevards.

Catalonia’s vibrant capital is a blend of traditional charm and cosmopolitan vibes, with the golden beaches adding even more appeal to this incredible destination.

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Take to the streets of the Gothic Quarter and pick out the gloriously elaborate work of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi.

Be sure to visit his most famous creation, the iconic basilica of La Sagrada Familia, before entering a whole new world of colour at the Mercat de la Boqueria, the city’s fabulous food market.

Spend your days exploring Placa d’Espanya and Camp Nou. When night falls, enjoy a waterfront dinner at Port Vell, watch the street entertainers along Las Ramblas and witness an unforgettable show of lights, music and water at the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc.

Book your flight tickets to Barcelona with Etihad Airways to start your adventure.

What’s the weather like in Barcelona?

What’s the weather like in Barcelona?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

9°C

2cm

FEB

10°C

3cm

MAR

12°C

5cm

APR

15°C

3cm

MAY

19°C

5cm

JUN

22°C

2cm

JUL

25°C

2cm

AUG

25°C

4cm

SEP

22°C

5cm

OCT

19°C

7cm

NOV

13°C

4cm

DEC

10°C

2cm

The best time to fly to Barcelona is typically July and August if you’re after warmer weather as temperatures during these months average around 25°C.

June and September see fewer crowds, but still average a warm 22°C. The winter months are cooler, although temperatures rarely drop below 10°C.

Reasons to visit Barcelona

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Antoni Gaudi’s influence

Thanks to the work of Antoni Gaudi, Barcelona is home to instantly recognisable architecture. His most notable creation is the iconic and still-under-construction basilica, La Sagrada Familia. This renowned symbol of the city should be at the top of your must-see list once you’ve booked your Barcelona flights.

Gaudi’s distinct style of architecture is easily identifiable throughout the city, with the likes of Casa Mila, Casa Battlo and Casa Vicens showcasing his vibrant and unique free-form modernista designs. For the ultimate display of Gaudi’s most imaginative work, head to Park Guell for a magical experience with views across the city.

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A city of plenty

No matter your reason for visiting Barcelona, the city appeals to a wide range of tastes and interests. Sports fans will love taking a tour around Camp Nou, the largest football stadium in Europe, or visiting the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, home of the 1992 Olympics.

Art and culture lovers can explore the Gothic Quarter and attractions such as the fascinating Picasso Museum, while families will have a great time at Aquarium Barcelona. Those simply looking to soak up the buzzing atmosphere can head to Las Ramblas, the beach or the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc.

a bowl of spanish paella with shrimps and mussels

Fabulous food

Barcelona is one of Spain’s dining hotspots, with treats for your taste buds on every corner. Dining out and enjoying meals together is important to the Catalan people, and Barcelona’s coastal location means seafood features highly on the menu.

Lunch is the big meal of the day, so head to the Barri Gotic and indulge in hearty Catalan stew, some fresh meat, chickpeas and vegetables or a traditional seafood paella. In the evening, you can snack on lighter tapas dishes at quaint side-street spots near Las Ramblas.

Things to know before you fly to Barcelona

bus Getting around

Barcelona city centre isn’t too big and, with wide pedestrian boulevards, it’s easy to get around on foot. For attractions that are further afield you can make use of the metro system or ride on the fantastic Hop-On Hop-Off bus.

currency Local currency

Barcelona, like the rest of Spain, uses the euro (EUR) as its currency. There are ATMs across the city, while most shops, restaurants and hotels accept major credit cards.

plane Airport transfers

Pre-book a transfer with Etihad before you fly to Barcelona and a car will be waiting for you when you land. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or use one of the regular bus services which takes around 40 minutes to reach the heart of the city. The metro also connects the airport to the city centre.

accommodation Where to stay in Barcelona

If you want to be in the heart of the action, we recommend staying around Las Ramblas, Plaça de Catalunya or the Gothic Quarter, close to the city’s main attractions. If you’re on a budget, opt for somewhere a little further from the centre, but close to a metro station – the Eixample area has many hotels.

Flying to Barcelona: FAQs

How many days should I spend in Barcelona?

Three or four days is enough time to see the main sights, but you could easily enjoy a week soaking up everything the city has to offer. You can also explore more of the country, visiting other spectacular Spanish cities such as Madrid and Valencia.

What are the top things to do in Barcelona?

A city known for its art and culture, some of the top things to do in Barcelona include visiting the world-famous La Sagrada Familia, exploring Park Guell and discovering Antoni Gaudi’s distinctive architecture. Shop at Las Ramblas, dine out in the Gothic Quarter or catch a football match at Camp Nou.

What food is Barcelona known for?

Barcelona’s coastal location means that you can enjoy wonderfully fresh fish during your visit. Indulge in seafood stew, share a selection of tapas or try one of the city’s glamorous Michelin-starred restaurants for cutting-edge gastronomy.

Why we love Barcelona

“Barcelona is one of the world’s great cities – a place where you can laze on the beach, party into the night or just visit sensational churches and masterpieces of modernista architecture.”

Weather in Barcelona

22 °C
Monday28 Sep 2020
22 °C
Tuesday29 Sep 2020
23 °C
Wednesday30 Sep 2020
23 °C
Thursday1 Oct 2020
18 °C
Friday2 Oct 2020
19 °C
Saturday3 Oct 2020
20 °C
Sunday4 Oct 2020
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