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Fly from Glasgow to Barcelona
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Destination information for Barcelona
Flight duration2 hrs 44 mins
Airports serving Glasgow
- Glasgow International (GLA)
- Prestwick (PIK)
Airports close to Barcelona
- Barcelona International (BCN)
- Gerona-Costa Brava (GRO)
- Reus (REU)
Avg temp for November in Barcelona17.4 °C
Average rainfall for November in Barcelona59.4 mm
Over 8 million people visit Barcelona each year. The why is easy – this Catalonian city is a jigsaw of cathedrals, sandy beaches, hilltop parks and atmospheric backstreets.
It’s also got one of the best shopping and dining scenes in Europe. Cafés and shops stripe La Rambla boulevard, while dining rooms serve everything from perfectly crafted coffee to street tapas and Michelin standard creations.
Direct flights from Glasgow take off a few times a week, and take less than 3 hours.
How long is the flight from Glasgow to Barcelona?
If you fly direct, the journey time is 2 hours 45minutes. Indirect flights take around 5 hours, including a stopover.
Which airlines operate flights from Glasgow to Barcelona?
Jet2.com offers direct flights. Want more choice? You can book an indirect flight with British Airways, KLM and Air France – it’ll just take longer.
How frequent are flights between Glasgow and Barcelona?
Direct Glasgow to Barcelona flights depart up 3 times a week in high season. And there are over 60 indirect flights to choose from.
Which airports serve Glasgow and Barcelona?
You’ll fly from Glasgow Airport to Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
Which direct flight route between Glasgow and Barcelona is cheapest?
You’re in luck – most Glasgow to Barcelona flights are nice and cheap. Avoid flying between Friday to Monday to get the lowest prices.
Flights from Glasgow to Barcelona deliver an ideal city break.
For starters, there’s no shortage of cultural sites in Barcelona. You could peer up at the fairy tale columns of the Sagrada Familia church, browse masterpieces in the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, or admire the city views from the sculpture-packed Parc Güell.
The Gothic Quarter is a must-see, too. Barcelona Cathedral rises up from the central square. From here, a maze of skinny streets lined with pocket-sized restaurants and coffee shops covers the ground of what used to be the city’s original Roman camp.
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