Flights to Barcelona (BCN) from € 98

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Best fares on flights to Barcelona found by others*

Dusseldorf (DUS) to Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 06/12/2015,
Return 16/12/2015

Munich (MUC) to Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 06/12/2015,
Return 10/12/2015

Berlin (TXL) to Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 23/12/2015,
Return 06/01/2016

Frankfurt (FRA) to Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 16/11/2015,
Return 20/11/2015

Hamburg (HAM) to Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 23/11/2015,
Return 27/11/2015

Nuremberg (NUE) to Barcelona (BCN)

Departure 11/12/2015,
Return 14/12/2015
*Prices include round-trip flights.

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The Catalonian capital city of Barcelona is a city as unique as its fiery people are. Often described as quirky and chic, Barcelona is charged with vital energy and an unmistakable pride in its distinctive culture. Each day as the sun dips below the horizon, a surging tide of revelry spreads through city streets, compelling visitors to join in the festivities until the late morning hours.

Barcelona’s Must-See Attractions

  • Puzzle over La Sagrada Familia, a striking, unfinished masterpiece of the Spanish Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, and one of Barcelona’s most notable landmarks
  • Take in the city’s flavor with a leisurely stroll down La Rambla, Barcelona’s main thoroughfare that is bustling with activity and street performances
  • Pay homage to the beauty of music with tickets to Barcelona’s modernist masterpiece, Palau de la Música Catalana

Hidden Gems in Barcelona

So many of Barcelona’s delights are stubbornly ostentatious, refusing to be ignored or denied. Unsurprisingly, many hidden delights lay hidden in the city’s nooks and crannies. The cross-street alleys that run between Rambla de Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia contain a number of the city’s best shopping destinations.

Barcelona’s Pleasures

Barcelona’s cuisine is second-to-none, with the luxurious Eixample and trendy El Born districts that are leading the charge of the culinary avant-garde. As night descends upon the city, people pack into the city’s many tapas bars and clubs.

Plan Your Barcelona Holiday

Barcelona features a mild climate year-round; its warm summers perfectly complement Costa Brava’s golden sands. When booking your flights to Barcelona, consider traveling during winter to avoid the beach-faring tourist crowds. Save money on lodgings by booking cheap hotels in Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter), and save on airfare with great flight deals to Barcelona on