Written by Ash

How to Get from Barcelona Airport to City Centre


Here’s a guide on the best options from Barcelona airport to the city centre (and vice versa).

In general expect about 30 minutes to an hour to get central from Barcelona Airport, with prices ranging from €2.20 to €35.00 depending on your method of choice.

Stuck? Drop us a message in the comments and we’ll help you find the best way 🙂

How to Get From Barcelona Airport to City Centre

First off let’s get oriented.

There are three airports reaching Barcelona but today we’re talking about the biggest (44 million passengers) and closest (12 km from the city centre): El Prat (BCN).

For the other two options please check out my pages on Girona Airport or Reus Airport.


It’s very important to know that Barcelona airport is made up of two terminals.

Terminal 1 handles the majority of traffic including overseas fights.

Terminal 2 handles mostly low-cost carriers from Europe.

Before choosing any Barcelona airport transport make sure you’ve double checked the terminal – if you arrive at the wrong one you’re looking at a 20 minute shuttle (minimum) to get to the other.

Barcelona Airport to City Centre Options

The Aerobus

I call this the fast bus because it takes only 35 minutes.

It’s super convenient because it covers both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 with a wide schedule that runs:

  • 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Every seven minutes between 5:07 am and 12:34 am
  • Every 20 minutes between 12:54 am and 4.54 am

It’s impossible to miss – just walk outside either terminal and see the classic blue Aerobus logo.

Aerobus tickets are €8.90 one way (€13.20 return) and kids under four go free.

Many tourists have spoken to me about the advantages of Aerobus like:

  • Low price.
  • Free WiFi aboard.
  • USB plugins post-flight for charging access.
  • Spaciousness due to frequency/passenger caps.
  • Wheelchair access + reserved disabled seating.
  • It terminates in Barcelona’s most central point: Plaça de Catalunya.

Tickets are bought directly online – just make your purchase then show a printed or mobile copy aboard the bus.

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Aerobus stops:

  • El Prat Airport
  • Plaça Espanya
  • Gran Via (at Calle Urgell, inbound)
  • Carrer Sepulveda (at Calle Urgell, outbound)
  • Plaça Universitat (only inbound)
  • Plaça Catalunya (the most central point in Barcelona)

Be sure to check the Aerobus Facebook account for any news regarding strikes, road closures, event/marathon interruptions etc.

Add an Unlimited Transport Pass on Top

Looking to combine the Aerobus with a discount all-in-one Barcelona transport pass?

Thanks to Tiqets you now have the option to package a one way or return ticket on the Aerobus (up to a €13.20 value) with the unlimited transport Hola Barcelona Card – you can book the Barcelona Transport Pass clicking the button below:

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Metro to Barcelona Airport

From February 2016 the metro connects Barcelona with El Prat (line L9S).

One downside is that it doesn’t stop anywhere in the city centre – for this reason it’s probably better for residents than for tourists. It also makes quite a few stops and as a result isn’t the swiftest of options.

Another downside: unlike regular metro fares a single ticket costs €5.15 and is pretty expensive – it’s not even valid on the classic T-Casual discount card.

When Should I take the Metro?

  • If you’re staying near a metro stop on the green line between Zona Universitaria and Parallel.
  • If  you’re staying near the red line between Torrassa and Glories.
  • If you’re staying anywhere along the orange line.

Where do I get the Metro?

From Terminal 1 it’s basically right outside the arrivals. At Terminal 2 you’ll need to walk about ten minutes outside the arrivals and you’ll find it near the overland train service. In both cases just follow the red M sign.

Important: if you buy a transport discount card directly at the airport it’ll cost you more than doing it online.

Airport Bus to City Centre (Bus 46)

This is the cheapest way to get to the city centre from Barcelona airport – but the benefits basically stop there.

Bus number 46 during the day and N16,  N17, and N18 at night will get you there, but all run less frequently than Aerobus at every 20 minutes and take longer to get to the city – a 50 minute trip.

You’ll find the Barcelona airport bus right outside the terminals. Just follow the signs.

The price is just €2.40 one way (€4.80 return).

Careful: You may end up having to take additional transport to get to your destination as the bus only arrives to Plaça Espanya (from here you can take the metro on to more central areas).

I only recommend taking the bus to the city centre under the following circumstances:

  • You don’t feel like spending the extra €3.00 on the Aerobus.
  • You don’t mind taking 30-60 more minutes for the trip.
  • You have no problem standing in a crowded bus.
  • Your hotel, Airbnb, or holiday apartments are in the city’s southwest (there are many stops).

Remember: if you’re staying in classic city centre neighbourhoods like El Born, El Gotico, or Gracia you’ll certainly need another form of transport.

CAREFUL: if you’re taking the airport bus using the discount cards mentioned you’ll need to buy them in advance online as they aren’t sold on board.

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Trains from Barcelona Airport

This option takes the same time as the Aerobus but departs every 30 minutes.

It also has a more limited running time with the first train leaving for the city centre at 5:42 and the last at 23:38.

Trains run every half hour and the journey takes 30-40 minutes.

A single ticket costs €4.50.

I’d recommend taking the Barcelona airport train under the following circumstances:

  • Your flight arrives in Terminal 2 before 10:30 pm.
  • You’ve got accommodation near Sants Estacio, Passeig de Gracia, or El Clot-Arago.
  • You’re in no rush and can afford waiting 30 minutes after getting bags etc.
  • You don’t mind massive crowds.

Careful: If you arrive in Terminal 1 you’ll have to wait for a free shuttle to Terminal 2 before taking the train. They run every 5 minutes but this will easily add another 20 minutes to your trip.

The first return train leaves the city centre at Passeig de Gracia at 5:08 and the last at 23:07. For either direction please check the train times on the official Spanish railways website.

Advice: walk about 20 metres up the platform to the part that’s not covered to have a better chance at getting a seat.

Another tip: if you’re equidistant to both Sants Estació and Passeig de Gracia make sure you grab the Barcelona airport train at Passeig de Gracia.

Not only can you do some last minute photography at Casa Batllo and La Pedrera, but since it’s one stop ahead on the line your chances of getting a seat at peak times increase dramatically.

Barcelona Airport to City Centre by Taxi

The quickest way from Barcelona airport to downtown is Barcelona’s yellow and black taxis.

Like most airports you’ll need to grab your airport taxi after waiting in a designated line, but for added convenience you can also reserve them in advance:

I recommend getting a free quote and booking your taxi using Taxileader with the button below:

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In both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 you’ll find taxi stands right outside after following the signs. There should be a designated worker wearing a fluorescent vest to show you to your car.

There is a minimum charge of €20.00 but you’ll pay €30.00 – €35.00 to get central (T1-T2)

You may encounter extra fees for baggage, late night rides, and rides on holiday. It’s recommended to familiarize yourself with these fees by reading the brochure on the back of the seat.

You can pay by card but it’s recommended to tell the driver in advance.

The maximum amount of passengers is 4. If you need taxis for a larger group call in advance at +34 933033033 – you’ll be charged a €4.30 van supplement.

For complaints and lost items make sure you ask for a receipt (un recibo).

Barcelona Airport to City Centre Ridesharing

With the onset of Uber and others I couldn’t ignore Barcelona’s ride-share app Free Now (formerly MyTaxi).

If you’re looking to get to the city centre fast with no hidden fees and no run arounds this is a highly recommended option. A typical Free Now tariff should run you about €27.00-€35.00.

The best part? You’ll pay even less signing up through my Free Now portal.

For a €5.00 discount on your first trip with Free Now simply insert the promo code ‘ashley.pil’ once you’ve downloaded the app.

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Barcelona Airport Private Transfer

If you’re travelling with a group of 12 or more people it’s a wise choice to book a private transfer service that will take you from the terminal to your accommodation.

I suggest grabbing a quote on the Suntransfer website for the best prices.

An example: if there are 8 adults, 3 children, and 1 infant the cost of a transfer from the airport to central Barcelona and vice versa costs around €120.00 euros (5 euros pp each way).

Suntransfer also has car seats for kids up to 4.

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Discover the secrets of the old city with Alvaro!

Tourist Discount Passes for Airport Transport

To save money I recommend buying a tourist discount pass with airport transport included.

There are two tourist discount passes that include unlimited transport + your airport connection: the Hola Bcn and the Barcelona Card.

  • The Hola Barcelona Card gives you unlimited transport from €6.84 a day.
  • The Barcelona Card gives you unlimited transport + a ton of attractions from €9.00 a day.

Buying Tourist Discount Passes Online

It is strongly recommended to buy these passes from home to get a 10% online discount on both the Barcelona Card or a 5% savings on the Hola Barcelona Card.

For buying links and an in-depth explanation of the passes click the button below:

Which is right for you?

Pickup Points + Refunds

The pickup point for the Barcelona Card is at the Barcelona Turisme window right outside arrivals.

You’ll find these windows at either Terminal 1 or Terminal 2. They’re open daily from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm and close only on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

If you can’t make it during these hours you’ll have to pick the tickets up at Plaça Catalunya.

If you change your mind just let the Tourism Office know in advance and they’ll refund your money. To do this simply mail [email protected]

For the Hola Barcelona Card it’s even simpler:

  • Open your email and the get the voucher number from the purchase receipt.
  • Take the voucher number to any city metro station (airport included).
  • Insert the voucher number at the red ticket machines.
  • Collect your Hola Barcelona Card.
  • Use it!

Barcelona Luggage Storage

In both airport terminals (T1 and T2) you can take advantage of a left luggage storage service (consigna de equipajes in Spanish) to lighten the load.

In Terminal 1 luggage storage is in the hall on floor 0 (P0) known as La Plaza. It’s open 24-7, 365 days a year. Prices range from €6.00 for a 2 hour deposit up to €10.00 per 24 hours.

In Terminal 2 the luggage storage area is located right at check-in under the word Consigna.

Prices are the same as Terminal 1 but opening hours are from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Not keen on airport luggage storage?

It’s much cheaper to store your luggage in the city centre at Calle Estruc 36 – right off the city’s main square Plaça Catalunya.

Storage is available daily from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm with prices starting at €4.50 per day.

You can book this Barcelona luggage via the official Turisme Barcelona website clicking below:

From €4.50 a day

There’s also another interesting offer at Stasher – here you’ll select your date, hour, and deposit duration and be given a map of the city and all the potential licensed partners to ‘stash’ your bag.

The service costs €5.00 for 24 hours.

If you use the code BCNHACKS you’ll get a 10% discount and I’ll also get a small commission that helps me keep this blog up and running! Everybody wins 🙂

Find your luggage spot now

Really Get on Board in the Comments Below

If you’re still not sure how to get from Barcelona airport to the city centre make sure you write me in the comments below with your hotel/hostel address and I’ll let you know the best way in!

Also don’t be afraid to join the airport discussion by first giving me a like on Facebook and then joining my group I’m Off to Barcelona – here you can ask any questions, air out grievances, and chat with thousands of Barcelona travelers.

Anything goes!

And remember: for any other questions about your Barcelona vacation I am here so fire away.

Adios 🙂

  • February 13, 2020 at 9:24 pm
    Kristy Keeler
    Thank you for this. Would you please let me know if train or aerobus would be best and the best stop for me? Thank you very much! Address: Carrer de Sepúlveda, 95, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
    • February 14, 2020 at 10:22 am
      Team Member
      Hi Kristy, No problem! I would grab the Aerobus and get off at Gran Via-Urgell (the second stop) and from here it'll be a short walk :) Cheers, Ash
  • February 12, 2020 at 9:17 pm
    Steve Tustin
    Hi Just purchased Aerobus tickets via your link and I have received a confirmation email, but no actual tickets. Bit concerned as the Aerobus website makes reference to the driver scanning a QR code, but there isn't one on the confirmation email Many thanks Steve
    • February 13, 2020 at 10:54 am
      Team Member
      Hi Steve, Thanks for writing in and making the purchase to help out the blog :) Apologies you're having trouble here. I have never heard of this happening before. Was it via Ticketbar or Barcelona Turisme? I would get in touch with them immediately with the email address they've provided and they'll be quick with a response. As a last resort you'll likely be able to get on using the document they sent you. Please let me know how you get on, Ash
      • February 13, 2020 at 11:07 am
        Good morning! Your reply arrived just as I was logging in to say that the tickets arrived this morning, so all good! May I respectfully suggest that you edit the page to make it clear that it is Placa de Catalunya to avoid others making the same mistake? Staying at the Claris on the first night (thank you Hyatt Reward Points!) and at Aparthotel Allada for the next three. Any comments on them would be appreciated! Been a few times to Barcelona. Have booked Segrada Familia this time and looking forward to seeing it again - last time must have been about 15 years ago when you had to walk around cement mixers and building materials!! Not even sure it charged then? Will also probably go to 7 Portes for the fourth time. As much for the service as the food - they made my wife feel so special :) Many thanks for your help - need any t-bags, cheddar etc. bringing over? LOL. Steve
        • February 14, 2020 at 10:18 am
          Team Member
          Hi Steve, Thanks for the suggestion... I didn't even know there were two. It's the Catalan equivalent of going to "Times Square" in NY and then seeing another one way outside of Manhattan in some unremarkable suburb. When I search for every combination of these words on Google it still comes up as the main one in the city centre. I don't know what you saw! So strange. For the hotels I can't comment from personal experience but can say I've heard good things about both. I prefer the area near the Aparthotel as it's near the park and beach, and the area just offers so much more as far as walks/cafes and that sort of thing. I saw Sagrada for the first time in 2006 myself so I know what you mean... the inside was completely in scaffolding and was hard to see. Now it's opened up and super bright, really nice! If only they'd hurry up on the main façade. 7 Portes is great as well. A touch of class never heard anybody eh? Picasso used to eat there. It's a great special occasion place. If you're looking for eats around Aparthotel I'd go for Fismuler, Elsa & Fred, or Spaccanapoli (if you want an authentic Naples experience, great pizza)... I just moved into the area myself and these are my go-tos. As for the tea bags and cheddar... thanks for the offer :) luckily we've got that covered in most of the shops in Barcelona... I spend 6 months in Russia last year and can't say the same for them lol. Cheers, Ash
          • February 14, 2020 at 6:53 pm
            Hi Ash Thanks for the reply. I want onto Google Maps on my laptop and typed Placa Catalunya - auto-suggested a location in the neighbourhood called Sant Boi De Llobregat. Go figure! Thanks for the food places - TBH we like to eat where locals eat local food (especially after 7 Portes prices!!) Café type environment (as opposed to restaurant if that makes sense) is fine. I know of some great tapas places, but what about meals? I also like to cook, so will be hitting the markets! Cheers! Steve
            • February 15, 2020 at 8:47 pm
              Team Member
              Hi Steve, So strange... Sant Boi is miles away and on nobody's radar haha. Anyway, don't ever tell a Spanish person that tapas isn't a meal ;) In fact it's pretty much universally how Spaniards eat dinner when they go out. So much so that I can't think of any local type places without this type scene. What do you mean by meals? Cafes for me are just for sandwiches, muffins etc and can't really do dinner in a place like that. Not sure how to answer! I've got a post on the best cafes in the city if needed. Cheers, Ash
              • February 16, 2020 at 12:41 pm
                Hi Ash! Not dissing Tapas at all - my wife in particular loves the "lots of tasty things" style of eating! What I meant is somewhere that is the type of place a local would go to eat - does not offer "reconstructed" dishes, "foamed" dressing or a sauce which consists of four dots on a plate! (and bear in mind I was a trained chef) I think a lot of places are in danger of losing local dishes in favour of something like pizza or KFC - and if I want a pizza I'll go to Italy [/rant off] For example, in the USA we love "mom & pop" style and Amish places. Good honest fresh food at a good price in unpretentious surroundings - I'm finding that these are dying out in major cities which is a great shame. Old Bloke signing off LOL
                • February 17, 2020 at 12:54 pm
                  Team Member
                  Hola Steve, I know exactly what you're saying... and though there's a time and place for that reconstructed stuff and random, coloured dots of flavor on plates with unsatisfying portions... I rarely feel the need to go to anything like that. Give me fresh, honest, and rustic any day of the week! When I think of Mom & Pop type places I think of Bodega Joan, El Celler del Vermut (near Sagrada), Can Paixano (be prepared to stand!), and Xiringuito Escriba. There are little blurbs about all of them in my restaurant article. Hope this gets you on the right, tasty track! Cheers, Ash
  • February 12, 2020 at 7:20 am
    Dean Burman
    Hey buddy, arriving on Feb16th 8pm (T2c)leaving 19th 5pm. Staying at Petit palace Boquería on carrer de la Boquería near las Ramblas. We have pre booked tickets for Camp Nou . We would also like to do a hop on hop off tour. Is there an “all in one” pass that covers public transport and tour buses? And also will the HBC or city pass get us to the camp Nou? Finally, your advice on getting to our hotel bearing in mind the time we arrive into BCN. Great site, simple and to the point.. appreciate your any advice Regards Dean
    • February 12, 2020 at 11:24 am
      Team Member
      Hola Dean, Thanks for the kind words on the blog, always happy to help a reader out :) As far as I know there isn't an unlimited transport pass that also includes the Bus Turistic. As far as Camp Nou... the Hola Barcelona Card will get you there as it covers all transport within Zone 1 of the TMB network. The City Pass however does not include any transport unless you use the included Bus Turistic (the hop on hop off bus) to get to Camp Nou - which is doable, but slower. If you were doing it as part of a greater tour of the city it'd be fine. But using the bus just for transport to a scheduled attraction visit isn't recommended. The hotel can be reached by taking the Aerobus to the Plaça Catalunya stop (the last one) and then walking the 10 minutes down La Rambla. Alternatively you could get a cheap taxi but it won't be necessary unless you have mobility issues or something similar. Cheers, Ash
      • February 12, 2020 at 1:26 pm
        Dean Burman
        Cheers buddy Just one more quicky. If we get a separate “ hop on hop off” ticket will one of the routes takes us past the camp nou? So In theory we could kill two birds? Sighting tour and stop off for our footy tour? Again thanks for your time Dean
        • February 13, 2020 at 10:39 am
          Team Member
          Hola Dean, No worries :) The Bus Turistic does indeed have a stop at Camp Nou so you can easily get 'two birds stoned at once' if needed ;) Just make sure you leave plenty of time to arrive as the bus tour times depend on traffic. Cheers, Ash
  • February 11, 2020 at 10:55 pm
    We arrive two days before a Carnival cruise and are booked at Tryp Barcelona Apolo hotel and what's the best method of transport for first timers from airport to hotel and to the port. We are also looking at the Dequesa Suites Barcelona and any comments on transportation to and from or general information on each property would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    • February 12, 2020 at 11:01 am
      Team Member
      Apologies I'm a bit off in the calculations though... Tryp Apolo is much closer to the Port Bus stop. Duquesa Suites will be maybe a 20 minute walk. If it comes down to convenience for transport then Tryp would win!
    • February 12, 2020 at 10:59 am
      Team Member
      Hi Sol, For starters let me say that both of these hotels are very convenient for getting to the cruise terminal. They'll both be about 5-6 minutes' walking from the Port Bus stop at the Columbus Statue. Easy peasy. As for the airport transport. For Tryp Barcelona Apolo I would take the Aerobus to Plaça Espanya and then walk the 15 minutes down Paral-lel (OR take the green line of the metro two stops down to Drassanes) to the hotel. For Duquesa Suites I'd take that same Aerobus to the last stop (Plaça Catalunya) and then walk over to Urquinaona metro and take the yellow line of the metro down two stops to Barceloneta. From here it's just a short walk. As for any other comments unfortunately not having stayed in either I can't say much from personal experience. I would say that the Duquesa Suites are in a nicer area, near the beach and arguably the best area of the old town: El Born. As for the quality of the hotels I would yield to the thousands of reviews found online :) I've heard good things about both. Cheers, Ash
  • February 11, 2020 at 12:36 am
    Hello, Thanks for all your help in assembling this website! We are staying at the Hotel Astoria (Hotel Astoria, Carrer de París, 203, 08036 Barcelona, Spain) and our flight arrives in the afternoon. We are a party of four with a mix of hand/checked luggage. What do you think is the best way to arrive to our hotel?
    • February 11, 2020 at 12:38 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Jackie, I'd normally recommend a combination of the Aerobus and metro but if you add it all up for 4 people it's going to cost around €30.00 so you might as well just grab a taxi from the airport. It'll be quicker and I'm sure you can all afford to pony up the extra €1.50 each :) Cheers, Ash
  • February 10, 2020 at 10:38 pm
    Hi! Thank you so much for this post! I’m wondering if I’m misunderstanding something. So the city pass is €80 and you get one day of bus transport, free park guell (usually only €7.50) and free sagrada familia (usually only €17)... or for €89 you get two days of bus transport? I don’t get how its a good deal, am I not understanding it? Also, I will be staying in Barcelona for 4 nights/5 days in March. I’ll be staying at Yeah Hostel a few blocks from Passeig de Gracia. If I get the city pass, the aerobus is included? And if I don’t get the city pass, it seems like getting one of the other two passes and using the metro is best option? Thank you!!
    • February 11, 2020 at 12:34 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Sophie, I explain how it all works in the 'Is it worth it?' section of the City Pass page: The value comes in getting tickets with the 20% discounts included with the pass. I do some calculations explaining it. Also keep in mind that some of the numbers you're listing are wrong. It now costs €23.00 to buy Sagrada Familia general admission tickets at ticket windows and €20.00 to buy them online. Park Guell is also more expensive. It also isn't 'bus transport' but rather the Hop on Hop Off tourist bus which has a €30.00 value. You get a return ticket on the Aerobus with the City Pass. If you don't get the City Pass it depends... which attractions are you thinking of getting? If you're not seeing any then a transport pass like the Hola Barcelona is just fine but if this is a sightseeing holiday it's often worth it for the City Pass. Let me know, Ash
  • February 10, 2020 at 12:42 pm
    Eloise Haworth
    Hi this is really useful blog - I love it! I am staying at Hotel Auto Hogar, Avinguda del Paral·lel, Barcelona, Spain. What would you suggest in terms of getting there from the airport? It is right outside a metro station but it looks like we would have to change 3/4 times so may cost quite a bit?
    • February 11, 2020 at 12:19 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Eloise, I wouldn't take the metro as it won't get you anywhere very fast. I would grab the Aerobus and get off at the first stop Plaça Espanya and then from here you can take the green line of the metro down to Paral-lel. It's just two stops. Or you could do a slightly downhill 20 minute walk. This will be at least 20 minutes faster than trying to do it all by metro. Cheers, Ash
  • February 9, 2020 at 8:51 am
    Hi Ash, Great job for a very informative blog, thank you. We arrive El Prat on March 25, 2020 and will be staying at Sicilia 166 - 170 & Ausias March 113-115 Barcelona, what will be the best form of public transportation to get us to our destination and back to the airport when we leave ?. Thank you in advance for your advice and help.
    • February 10, 2020 at 10:28 am
      Team Member
      Hola CJ, I would grab the Aerobus to Plaça Catalunya and then from here take the red line of the metro two stops to Arc de Triomf. From here it'll be a short walk. Cheers, Ash
  • February 5, 2020 at 11:06 pm
    Hi We are a couple arriving in Barcelona mid June. We are staying at 4* U232 and will be travelling from BCN airport. What do you suggest is the best way to get to the hotel.
    • February 6, 2020 at 10:38 am
      Team Member
      Hola David, I'd get the airport train to Sants Estacio and from here grab the blue line of the metro to Hospital Clinic. From here it's just a short walk. Cheers, Ash
  • February 5, 2020 at 8:57 pm
    Based on your wonderful site we are booked to come to Barcelona September 28th through October 5th of this year. We are staying at the Hotel Fuster. Aside from a taxi what is the best way to get to the hotel from the airport? Also, is the city so busy at that time that we need to book all our sightseeing tickets prior to arrival in September?
    • February 6, 2020 at 10:36 am
      Team Member
      Hola Mona, Other than taxi your best bet would be to grab the airport train to Passeig de Gracia. From here it's just a 10 minute walk. As for tickets... I always recommend booking attractions online. Look no further than the city's top three attractions for evidence of this: - Sagrada Familia only allows walk ups during a two hour period in the late afternoon, so you'll be forced to go during the worst time of the day. - Casa Batllo costs €4.00 per ticket if you buy at ticket windows - Park Guell has a very low hourly cap out rate which means if you show up without tickets you'll likely be asked to come back later, or maybe even the next day There is of course also the fact you'll have to line up (possibly for a long time, especially in high season) for many places instead of being let right in. Many other attractions also cost more at ticket windows. I would suggest getting as much as possible booked online. In my integrated webshop I offer the lowest prices and if you've found my site helpful I'd really appreciate the purchase there as it compensates me for the enormous amount of time I've put in plus server costs etc. Cheers, Ash
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