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Barcelona is the capital city of the Community of Catalonia in North-eastern Spain. The metropolitan region of Barcelona has a population of over 5.4 million as of 2018 and ranks as the second most populated municipality in Spain. The city has an area of over 101.5 kilometres squared and is an economic & administrative hub of Catalonia. This city is known for a rich cultural heritage and is a very popular destination for tourists from all across the world. It is also very popular among sports fanatics as it has hosted events like the Summer Olympics, FIFA World Cup, etc. The city is also known to be the home of one of the largest football clubs, the FC Barcelona. The region experiences a maritime Mediterranean climate, which results in warm summers and mild winters. The seasons of autumn and spring bring rainfall to Barcelona. The proximity from the sea keeps the region mostly warm with a relatively higher humidity of about 72% on average. The region is located on the Peninsula of Iberia and faces the Mediterranean Sea. The plain area is limited by the ranges of Mt. Collserola and is flushed by the Llobregat River. This beautiful city is a bustling hub of numerous activities all year long.        

The airport in Barcelona/ nearby airport in Barcelona

Barcelona is served by Josep Taradellas El Prat Airport (BCN) which lies some 12 km away from the city centre in the southwest direction. Barcelona El Prat Airport is the second-largest and second busiest airport in the whole of Spain. Getting to Barcelona from Barcelona El Prat Airport takes about 25 minutes if you take a cab. Cabs and taxis charge somewhere around 50-65 S$ for a trip to the city centre from the airport. There is a variation in the prices at night time when taxi fares are on the higher end of the band. Other options to travel from airport to the city include metro (6.99 S$, 35 minutes), train (6.2 S$, 35 minutes), and bus (9.16 S$, 40 minutes). However first-time visitors and travellers with luggage are advised to go with the option of cabs as taking a cab has the least hassles and is comfortable too.

Transportation in Barcelona

Barcelona is a huge city with a well-developed network for public transport to get from one place to another quickly. Apart from having an efficient metro and tram system, Barcelona has cable cars, trains, hop-on-hop-off buses, sightseeing buses, and taxis among other options of commuting. Now although all of these options might look confusing at first, the proper management of transport systems has helped to keep things really simplistic. It is somewhat easy to find one’s way across the Barcelona public transport system because of this. For exploring the city, taking the metro is the easiest option as most attractions of the city are within walking distance from the metro stations. Once inside the metro station, one can purchase tickets at the ticketing machine via cash or card. A single journey ticket costs minimum of about 3.42 S$, while a 10 journey T10 pass can be availed for 15.84 S$.         

How to get to Barcelona

Barcelona Airport is well connected with major cities and locations around the world. Being a tourism hub, there is no dearth of flight options to get to Barcelona. A lot of airline operators offer direct services to Barcelona while others might have a stop or two in between. Major airlines like Iberia (Spain’s flag carrier), Turkish Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Qatar Airways, and KLM Royal Dutch are some of the carriers which extend direct or transit services to Barcelona. If we talk about Singapore as a reference then the flight time to Barcelona is around 18 to 19 hours ideally with a transit stop in between. If booked well before time, one can get amazing deals on flight bookings to Barcelona. One possible economic way to book travel to Barcelona is to look for cheap flights if any to some other European location. A short distance flight from there to Barcelona won’t be much expensive then.         

How much are hotels in Barcelona

  • Luxury 5-7 star hotels in Barcelona are a true delight with facilities like comfortable spas, and pools among others. They can be availed for around 1000 S$. 
  • In around 200-300 S$ budget 3-4 star Barcelona hotels can be availed for an economical stay. 
  • There are many options for cheap hotels in Barcelona which can be availed for some 50-100 S$. 
  • Gracia is a cool neighbourhood suggestion in the city as it is pretty popular with tourists. One can find great Barcelona hotel deals in these narrow streets which offer a bohemian and vibrant vibe. 

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Barcelona Tourist Information

Top tourist attractions in Barcelona

Being Catalonia’s vibrant capital there is no dearth of things to do in Barcelona. This magical city has a lot to offer for tourists. 

  • Basilica de la Sagrada Familia is a spectacular church in Barcelona which is highly popular with tourists and locals. This colossal structure with high winding towers is a true specimen of unconventional and exotic architecture. 
  • When in Barcelona, one cannot miss a visit to the city’s social hub, La Rambla. This wide street avenue is lined with shops, cafes, outdoor restaurants, and street performances. Over the years this has become the casual hangout spot for city folk.
  • One of the most prominent Barcelona attractions is Camp Nou. It is a must-see attraction for football fans from all across the world. This stadium is the home ground of the popular FC Barcelona and also served as one of the venues in the Summer Olympics of 1992.

Top food places in Barcelona

Spain has always been known as a dream getaway for foodies from all over the world. Barcelona leaves no stone unturned in carrying and enhancing this reputation by offering highly varied yet amazingly balanced cuisine.

  • Although eating on the go is a bit foreign as a concept to Barcelona, there are some food markets like Palo Alto, Eat Street, All Those, etc. known for good street food. These markets are filled with music, drinks, and food trucks. 
  • You might want to get a proper fine dining experience in Barcelona too. The Montiel is one of the many upscale restaurants in the city which have mouth-watering food in an elegant & charming setting. 
  • To get authentic Catalan food in the city one can visit traditional restaurants like the Nou Celler. This establishment is known for serving delicious Catalan cuisine and is popular among tourists.     

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