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Cheap flights to Barcelona (BCN)

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Departure date
Dublin DUB
Barcelona BCN
one way
Tue 03 Dec

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Cheap Flights to Barcelona

Why Barcelona

Barcelona is the ideal destination for a city break. There are very few cities in Europe that can match the Catalan capital’s aesthetics, attractions and flavours. 

The city’s spectacular Antoni Gaudi buildings and incredible cuisine make booking cheap flights to Barcelona in Spain a must.  Packed with trendy bars and wonderful restaurants, Barcelona is home to one of the best foodie scenes in Europe.

Barcelona is also the hometown of the most successful teams in world football, FC Barcelona. Take a tour of Nou Camp stadium for an insight into their rich history. 

With a location just an hour away from the gorgeous coastline of Costa Dorada as well as the thrilling attractions of PortAventura World, one thing’s for sure, when you fly to Barcelona, you won’t be stuck for things to do.


When to book cheap flights to Barcelona

When deciding on when to book your cheap Barcelona flights you’ll need to take the weather into consideration. Over the summer months, temperatures simmer  between 27°C and 30°C during the day – it’s the perfect time to fly to Barcelona if you want to relax on the beach in the sun. Prefer cooler temperatures? Consider booking Barcelona cheap flights from April to June or September to October. If you want to see all the wonderful sights that Barcelona has to offer without having to queue then visiting in the winter is a good idea. Need a place to stay in Barcelona?  Check out Ryanair Rooms for great value deals on hotels, apartments and places to stay in Barcelona. 


What to see in Barcelona

Antoni Gaudí’s influence on the city’s aesthetic is apparent from the moment you arrive in the city on your cheap flights to Barcelona. See the Spanish architect’s work up close at the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. If you’re a football fan then a trip to the Nou Camp is an absolute must. The all-access tour gives you an unprecedented insight into one of the world’s most successful football clubs. And if you’re lucky enough to get tickets to a match you’ll be treated to an electric atmosphere. Looking to get your adrenaline pumping? Make a day trip to Salou and explore PortAventura World. Barcelona is also just an hour on a train away from Costa Dorada where you’ll find breath-taking beaches perfect for relaxing in the summer sun. 


Getting around

Barcelona has a great public transport system that’s up there with the best in Europe. Metros, trams and FGC trains are probably the quickest and cheapest way to get around Barcelona.  If you want to explore the city on two wheels you’ll find fully integrated cycle lanes and plenty of parks and open spaces. Planning to hit the coast or the mountains?  Car rental gives you the freedom to explore Catalonia at a pace that suits you.  Check out Ryanair Car Hire for great value deals on car rental in Barcelona. 


What to eat in Barcelona

Barcelona is paradise for foodies. The Catalan capital is home to arguably the best tapas in all of Spain, and the local cuisine is as inventive as it is tasty. 

Poble Sec is a trendy neighbourhood where you’ll find Carrer de Blai – a pedestrianised street where brilliant, independent little restaurants offer some of the best food in Barcelona. 

Bon profit!