“Lluvia cae lentamente sobre mí…”.How many remember this song from Enrique Iglesias?. “… que más da si contigo soy feliz”-went on to say. But the truth is that the rainy days we often spoil the plans and do not know what to do. So it is time to discover what to do if it rains…
If you come to Barcelona, it is probably you do in a plane and land on El Prat Airport (Barcelona Airport). So surely you ask yourself how arrive from El Prat airport to Barcelona centre. The truth is it’s really easy. We give you two good options:
- You can catch the Aerobus and get off at Plaça Universitat (is the penultimate stop) or the Plaça Catalunya (last stop). In both you will be in the center of Barcelona;-)
- You can also take the train (RENFE) in Barcelona Airport and get off at the train station Passeig de Gràcia. Go up to the surface and you will appear in front of the amazing Casa Batllo, we can not think of a better way to get to Barcelona!
Trains and Airbus happen quite frequently El Prat Airport to Barcelona center. Of course you can also take a taxi if you are heavily loaded or if you’re impatient and do not want to wait, but it has to take a taxi in Barcelona Airport to Barcelona city center will cost at least 30 euros.
Remember that once you get to Barcelona city center, one of the things you’ll probably want to do is find tourist information offices to plan your trip around the city. You better know where you are before you get the closest.
If you decide to go directly from the airport to Barcelona centre surely be because you plan to stay in the center of Barcelona. Be sure to visit the websites of Barcelona City Centre and BCN City Hotel (Universal), both accommodation within 5 minutes walk from the transportation options you have mentioned;-)
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