Book flights from Barcelona (BCN) to Reykjavik (KEF)
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 Reykjavik
When you book flights to Reykjavik you will begin a journey unlike any you have experienced before. Crystal blue skies arch over quaint city streets and the majestic Esja mountain range stands guard over this gem of Nordic culture. Visit airberlin.com to find great flight deals to Reykjavik.
First Time in Reykjavik
Reykjavik is replete with natural and man-made attractions. However, if you only have time to visit one place when you travel to Reykjavik, make it to Hallgrímskirkja. Inspired by the natural formations that occur when lava cools, this church features stunning architectural detail.
Experience the awe-inspiring power and beauty of Gullfoss (Golden Falls). Bathe in the hot waters of the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa. Treat yourself to these and other Icelandic delights by booking tickets to Reykjavik today.
Making the Most of Your Reykjavik Holiday
The weather in Reykjavik can be unpredictable – sunny days turning cold, blustery afternoons blossoming into warm evenings. Temperatures are warmest during the summer, but winters can often be a great time to visit this historic city. Buy your airberlin ticket to Reykjavik and take advantage of attractive fares.