All good things come together in Barcelona
The capital of Catalonia has something for everyone. Enjoy the vibrant nightlife, especially around Las Ramblas and the Barceloneta neighbourhood. Sit back, relax and enjoy world-class cava and tapas in one of the many restaurants. Spend a day on the beach or take a tour of the iconic Camp Nou stadium. Barcelona is the ideal destination for a city trip and the perfect starting point for a longer holiday in Spain. Expect to be surprised: Book a flight to Barcelona now!
City of fashionistas and shopaholics
More than 5 kilometres of shopping streets make Barcelona the quintessential place to shop till you drop. Small boutiques, second-hand stores, major chains and top brands: Each has carved out its own niche in Barcelona, making this one of the shopping capitals of Europe. Come and check it out for yourself!
Flights to Barcelona and a unique city trip
Find a cheap flight to Barcelona? With KLM, your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: Free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in Spain before you know it.
If there’s one person who has left an indelible mark on the city of Barcelona, it’s the architect Antonio Gaudí (1852). His absolute masterpiece is the world-renowned basilica, La Sagrada Família. Although construction started in 1882, the church has yet to be completed. Incredibly, perhaps, it’ll be another thirty years…
Barcelona and Pablo Picasso (1881) are inextricably linked. In addition to completing his academic studies in the Spanish city, this is where Picasso took his first steps towards modernism. Museu Picasso features some of the most important works from his formative period, created between 1890 and 1904, when Picasso lived and…
La Rambla is Barcelona’s busiest street and extremely popular among both tourists and residents. Some 1.5 kilometres long, La Rambla has a car-free central lane surrounded by high trees. Featuring a rich variety of kiosks, stalls and street performers, La Rambla is a hive of activity from early morning to late at night.
It came as no surprise when National Geographic listed the beaches of Barcelona as the world’s greatest. Nothing quite beats taking a refreshing dip after a long day spent exploring the city. Since the Olympics in 1992, Barcelona has invested enormous sums to keep the sand and water clean. And it shows!
Antoni Gaudí was the founder of the bizarre but brilliant Park Güell, by far the most famous park in Barcelona. The architect built it for entrepreneur Eusebi Güell as a dream village at the edge of the city that looked like a fairytale forest. The village was never built (only…
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Average travel time: 4 hour and 30 min