Traveler’s Guide to Barcelona Airport
Second largest airport in Spain and the principal airport in Catalonia, Barcelona Airport (BCN) is situated about 7.5 miles southwest of the centre of Barcelona, Catalonia. The airport is the main operating base for Vueling and also the focus city for Iberia and Air Europa. Operating flights across Europe, North Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America and North America, the airport covers many prominent destinations including Athens, Dublin, Moscow, Berlin, Rome, Lyon, Vienna, New York, Dubai and many more. Ninth busiest airport in Europe, Barcelona Airport handled more than 30 million passengers in 2011.
Barcelona Airport Transfers
With the Rodalies Barcelona Commuter Train Station located on terminal 2, passengers have an easy means of transport connecting them to other major railway stations and metro system.
Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona offers several buses that connect the airport to prominent destinations in the city.
Barcelona Airport Amenities
Travelers can taste different cuisines in the premier restaurants situated at the airport including Medas, APTC and many more.
Indulge in some duty free shopping and save big on your purchases on clothes, electronics, chocolates and much more.
Other amenities provided by the airport are free wireless, banking service, car parking, baggage service, lost and found center and much more.
Barcelona Airport Parking
Barcelona airport has more than 19,000 parking spaces and offers provision for both long term and short term stays. There is also provision for VIP parking. The airport is also equipped with CCTV’s ensuring complete safety of your vehicles.