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Fly from Birmingham to Barcelona
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Average flight time2 hrs 18 mins
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- Birmingham (BHX)
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- Barcelona International (BCN)
- Gerona-Costa Brava (GRO)
- Reus (REU)
Avg temp for November in Barcelona17.4 °C
Avg rainfall for November in Barcelona59.4 mm
Barcelona is the most sought-after city in Spain, bringing in over 8 million tourists a year.
Lots of people come for the architecture. This was the stomping ground of architect Antoni Gaudi, so many of the houses and parks lean towards the fantastical. Then there’s the beach, where sand-side tapas bars and impromptu al fresco salsa sessions are the norm.
The food scene is top-notch, too, so expect everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to rooftop cocktail bars.
Even better – direct flights are just over 2 hours long, and take off a few times a day.
How long is the flight from Birmingham to Barcelona?
Direct flights are around 2 hours 15 minutes long, while indirect flights last from 4 hours.
Which airlines operate flights from Birmingham to Barcelona?
Ryanair, Vueling and Monarch Airlines offer direct flights. Don’t mind a stopover? Then you can also fly with Lufthansa, KLM or SWISS.
How frequent are flights between Birmingham and Barcelona?
Around 3 direct flights take off a day. Include flights with stopovers and the count rockets up to 50.
Which airports serve Birmingham and Barcelona?
All Birmingham to Barcelona flights travel between Birmingham Airport and Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
Which direct flight route between Birmingham and Barcelona is cheapest?
The really cheap flights from Birmingham to Barcelona tend to jet off in the early hours or late afternoon.
Flights from Birmingham to Barcelona deliver you to the jewel in the crown of Catalonia, a character-packed region in eastern Spain.
You could start off with one of the guidebook classics – La Rambla, with its line-up of pavement cafés, buskers and shops, or the lively La Boqueria food market. Or you could get lost among the twisting and turning streets of the Gothic Quarter. Despite its name, some corners date back to Roman times.
Then there are architect Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces. The Sagrada Familia is his fantastical unfinished church, Park Güell serves up mosaic sculptures and city views, and Casa Batllo stars a curving dragon-scale roof.
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