With more than 35 millions of passengers per year, Barcelona El Prat Airport is one of the biggest airports in Spain. It is located near El Prat de Llobregat city and it’s 12 kilometers far from Barcelona city centre. Barcelona Airport IATA code is BCN and ICAO is LEBL. When you arrive at BCN airport you can find a lot of ways to go to Barcelona city centre, but for sure the best one is having a driver waiting for you at the gate. Above you will find Barcelona airport transfers/private taxi prices. This airport has two terminals (T1 and T2) and here you can find a list of all airlines operating in El Prat airport. The airport offers a lot of services and both terminal have duty free and a lot of shops. Here you can find the AENA Barcelona-El Prat BCN website.
There are a lot of places to be in Barcelona. A must if Gaudì artwork: la Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batlló, La Pedrera/Casa Milà and much more. You can find a list of complete artworks here, most of them are in Barcelona. If you want to do a fast tour, you can use the Barcelona City Sightseeing bus service, it's a cheap option and you can stop whenever you want to take a look at a particular place. The most famous places in Barcelona are absolutely La Rambla and Plaza Cataluña, that are both in the Barcelona city centre and reliables with our airport transfers services, directly from El Prat (BCN) airport. There you will see La Boquería market, Christopher Columbus statue and do a lot of shopping.
Antoni Gaudì was one of the best Spanish Architects of all time. Born in Reus, a small town in Barcelona province, Antoni died in Barcelona in 1926, stucked by a passing tram, when he was 73. He was one of the best known practitioner of Modernism in Catalonia and Spain. Without any doubt, one of the biggest Gaudì's artworks is the Sagrada Familia, that is still under construction, and will be ended probably in 2026. The Sagrada Familia is one of the monuments you can visit getting an airport transfer from Barcelona airport, El Prat. Thanks to this artwork, Gaudí has the nickname "God's Architect", because la Sagrada Familia is a representation of Jesus Christ life.
There are a lot of places you can go to eat tipical Spanish plates: paella, tapas, butifarra, canelones, sangria, etcetera.
For us Paella is one of the best dishes you can eat in Spain. You could say that it's just rice with fish and/or meat, but would be silly to say that! Paella is an artwork and it's not so easy to find a restaurant to eat a good Paella and at good price. We think that this restaurant, can be one of them.
Really a "tapa" can be everything! It's just a little portion of a dish with or without a piece of bread. You can find a lot of bars, restaurants that do lot of tapas, that you should eat with a big "pinta" of cerveza :) as the Spanish tradition wants! Since there are a lot of good places, we are going to use a Tripadvisor guide to advice you.