Barcelona Airport and Transportation
Getting to and around Barcelona
Line 10 of the RENFRE suburban train links Barcelona's main airport (El Prat) with the city center and the Sants and França stations.
It takes about a half hour, and departs every 30 minutes.
From 6AM to midnight you also have the choice of the Aerobus, departing every 15 minutes, and taking about 25 minutes to reach the center.
If you don't wish to rely on public transportation, choose a
private arrival transfer,
private departure transfer.
If you're arriving or departing on a cruise, you can choose a
Barcelona Port arrival transfer or
a Barcelona Port departure transfer.
If you're arriving in a low cost airline such as Ryanair, you'll land at Girona Airport, from where you can take the Barcelona Bus
to reach the city, arriving at Passeig de Sant Joan. The journey time is around 1 hour and 10 minutes.
A third airport also used by low cost airlines is Reus, from where you also take a bus, taking 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach the city.
You can cover pretty much all of Barcelona's touristic center on foot, but the
metro is the most efficent way to get around the city.
If you're going outside the city, check the cheapest car rental rates
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