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    Barcelona–El Prat Airport: 08820 El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona El Prat Airport terminalWelcome to the Barcelona El Prat Airport, also known as Barcelona Airport. We offer a large range of accommodation and hotel reservation services for over 60 airport hotels near Barcelona Airport. For a cheap stay near the Barcelona Airport, try the Ibis Barcelona Aeropuerto Viladecans. If you want to experience a real 5-star hotel then look no further than the Renaissance Barcelona Hotel. Whatever your needs might be we have a large inventory of Barcelona Airport hotels to choose from. We offer great discounts on airport hotels, hotel parking packages, and Barcelona rental cars. Only 14.5 km from the Barcelona city center, the Barcelona El Prat Airport is a great way to get you to your next destination. Thank you for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide.

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    • Hotel Indigo BarcelonaThe Hotel Indigo Barcelona is located 10 miles from Barcelona El Prat Airport. Transportation options in the area include the Barcelona Sants Train Station and Passeig de Gracia Subway Station, nearby. This is one of the Barcelona Airport hotels that offers many amenities, such as Wi-Fi access in all rooms, an outdoor pool, and a health and fitness center.
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    • Crowne Plaza Barcelona7.4 miles from Barcelona El Prat Airport is the Crowne Plaza Hotel Barcelona, located between the famous Plaza de Espana and Gran Via Avenue. Within walking distance of the railway station, España, this hotel is located close to many of the city's most popular dining and attractions. Standard Internet service is free for all guests, as well as a 24 hour lounge. Book securely online. Book this and other hotels near Barcelona Airport.

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About Barcelona–El Prat Airport

Lying about 7 miles southwest of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, Barcelona–El Prat Airport is the second-largest airport in Spain, behind Madrid Barajas Airport. It sits in the town of El Prat del Llobregat, which gives the airport its name. BCN (in Catalan, called Aeroport de Barcelona - el Prat in Catalan, and in Spanish, Aeropuerto de Barcela- El Prat) is the main airport of Catalonia and the 31st busiest in the world. The other important airport in Catalonia is Girona Airport. In 2013 BCN welcomed about 34 million passengers, making it the 10th busiest airport in Europe. Visitors will find a recently built Corporate Aviation Terminal for business travelers, offering VIP lounges, meeting rooms and business center. To arrive in Barcelona from the airport, passengers can use the Aerobus, which departs from all three terminals, or the rail service, taxi or rental car.

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city, so it's only right that travelers stay in one of the multi-cultural hotels near Barcelona-El Prat Airport. The Hotel Indigo Barcelona is a popular option, featuring an outdoor pool, health center and Wi-Fi access in all rooms. It is located 10 miles away from Barcelona-El Prat Airport and allows visitors easy access to transportation such as a Barcelona Sants Train Station and Passeig de Gracia Subway Station. Another fantastic hotel is the Crowne Plaza Barcelona, situated between the famous Plaza de Espana and Gran Via Avenue. A 24-hour lounge is available for all guests who will be close to many of the city's hottest dining options.

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Welcome to Barcelona

As the capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a convergence point for tourists and business travelers. The city, perched on the northeast corner of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea, has served as a major sea port ever since its founding as a Roman city in the Middle Ages. Today more than 5 million people live in the Barcelona metropolitan area, making it the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean and second-largest city in Spain. However, unlike most cities in the country, the main language of Barcelona is Catalan, a combination of Spanish and French. The city boasts a rich cultural heritage, top entertainment attractions and is a leading architectural destination with the works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Navigating from point A to point B? The metropolitan area offers a wide range of public transport, including Metro, FGC and the Tram, which are the most convenient ways of getting around the city. There are six color-coded metro lines as well as a far-reaching bus system. Many travelers enjoy biking around Barcelona, since there are miles of bike lanes and the climate is temperate year-round. If you're in a rush, you can take one of the 11,000 taxis - a green light on the taxi's roof indicates its availability.

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Things to Do in Barcelona

A scenic view of downtown BarcelonaWith a status as one of the world's major global cities, Barcelona is a hotspot for entertainment, attractions and architecture. Take a tour of one of the quirky houses Gaudi built, go shopping on Las Ramblas or catch a thrilling soccer match at Camp Nou, home of world-class FC Barcelona. The most famous Gaudi masterpieces are the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and La Pedrera. Art lovers won't want to miss the Fundació Joan Miró, a museum that houses a giant collection of paintings by the Spanish surrealist painter. Later, when you climb the Montjuïic Mountain, you'll have stunning views of the city as well as buildings from the 1992 Olympic Games.

Barcelona is also a culinary capital. Dig into pintxos, which are essentially Basque tapas, or devour real tapas accompanied by a good vermouth. After eating, you'll quickly learn that Barcelona never sleeps. The city has an invigorating electronic music scene that brings in the world's top DJs. That's in addition to the wonderful concerts halls, including Gran Teatre del Liceu, L'Auditori and Palau de la Música Catalana.