Flying from Barcelona
Local and international flights from Barcelona are routed through Barcelona–El Prat Airport (BCN), the 2nd largest airport in Spain, and the 31st busiest airport in the world. It is conveniently located just 12 kilometers from the city center; the airport serves over 35 million passengers each year aboard more than 80 different airlines.
Barcelona–El Prat Airport Information
Much like the city that it serves, Barcelona Airport is eye-catching and colorful. For example, Catalan artist Joan Miró vividly decorated the exterior of Terminal 2B, in colorful, mosaic tile. A bustling port that is primarily dedicated to international tourist travel, Barcelona Airport contains a wide variety of duty free shops, restaurants, and foreign currency exchange bureaus. Extensive parking accommodations ease the burden on commuters and the airport offers free assistance to passengers with limited mobility.
Getting to the Airport in Barcelona
The R2 commuter rail line provides a train to Barcelona Airport Terminal 2 from Barcelona Sants railway station. The Line 46 public bus to Barcelona Airport runs every 16 minutes from Plaça d'Espanya. Additionally, a taxi to Barcelona Airport is easy to find and it will drop travelers off directly at their desired terminal.
Arriving in Hamburg
Find flight deals to Hamburg and discover a city that embraces past, present, and future with interesting museums of all types, classical and modern art galleries, and over 40 theaters. Try the local food at one of many excellent restaurants and party through the night when you purchase tickets to Hamburg.
First Time in Hamburg
Many people travel to Hamburg to visit the city’s museums. Tour the Spice Museum in the ‘Speicherstadt’, or learn the history of the harbor at the International Maritime Museum. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the Museum of Arts and Crafts and the ‘Deichtorhallen’, an exhibition of contemporary works.
Flights to Hamburg will bring you to a city that you can make your own. Have a drink and relax at a café, then stroll by the harbor and explore the city’s ‘Fischmarkt’. This open-air fish market features vendors of all kinds.
Making the Most of Your Hamburg Holiday
Cheap hotels in Hamburg are readily available between November and March, which is outside the main tourist season. This is a great time to explore museums and historical buildings. Hamburg even offers a number of campsites, accessible between April and October. Buy tickets to Hamburg through airberlin and enjoy attractive fares and exceptional service.