Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and enjoying a privileged location on the Iberian Peninsula, the city prides itself on its exciting effervescent edge. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia which is one of the seven autonomous states that Spain marks as its territory.
Barcelona offers a diversity of landscape. From natural scenery to man-made majesties, the city is a visual delight. The endless spectacular sights exuding a raw charm and bewitching beauty has earned the city a reputation that is not going to wane anytime soon.
Bathed in an air of elegance, Barcelona is the biggest jewel in the Spanish crown resplendent in all its majesty. With the way it captivates mind and leaves one overwhelmed, it does not come as a surprise that the city draws a constant stream of travelers seven days a week, 365 days of the year.
Since holiday-makers are coming to Barcelona from all across the globe, plane is often the only way to get to the city. Once you land in Barcelona, the ever-present concern of quickly getting to the city often overshadows the joy of arrival. Unlike many other travel destinations, Barcelona has several alternatives for getting to the city, some of which are briefly described as follows.
If you are seeking an inexpensive and convenient means of getting transferred, airport taxis can effortlessly take you from the airport to the city centre. This option particularly comes in handy if you have lots of luggage. It is easy to locate taxi ranks outside the airport terminals. The ride will take approximately 20 to 30 minutes. The taxi fare will be around 30 Euros and there is a surcharge on every additional bag you’ll carry.
Travel with a touch of sophistication by making use of private car. These cars are luxurious and with a capacity of 3 individuals, it is all you need to impress your loved ones. This is also a feasible option as you will just be able to meet someone at any desired spot without having to use your own conveyance to get to the city centre.
The Aerobus service is actually a bus that runs from airport to the city center. This bus service takes 10-15 minutes to get to the city centre within the operating hours. This Aerobus can be taken from both the terminals of the airport, terminal 1 and terminal 2. Here the tourists are given the option of alighting either at the Placa de Catalunya or at the Placa Espanya.
TMB Airport Bus
This bus service specifically runs from 5:00 to 00:15. This bus can also be taken from both the terminals. The bus specific for this service is no. 46. From the city centre, it first stops at terminal 2 and then moves on to terminal 1. This bus has more stops and takes more time to get to the city centre but the T10 transport ticket can be used with it unlike the Aerobus service.