Squatting on the southwest part of the city, this airport is situated at a distance of 12 km or 7.5 miles away from the chaos of the city centre. Known to be the second busiest airport in Spain, it is one of the largest and most visited airports in the Catalonia region. Due to the large fan following of the Barca Football Club and the mesmerising sightseeing places, the city is always seen to host travellers throughout the year. The airport in the year 2019 hosted approximately 52,686,314 passengers.
Barcelona Airport has 2 terminals for the arrival and departure of the passengers, Terminal 1 which is known to be the primary terminal and entertains both the arrival as well as the departure of the passengers and Terminal 2 which is home to numerous low cost airlines.
The BCN Airport is nothing less than a city in itself, it provides free WiFi to its passengers to enjoy watching their favourite TV series or simply scroll the internet to keep themselves entertained till their flight arrives. Facilities like ATMs for easy cash withdrawal, currency exchange to escape the nuisance of extra costs outside the airport, there are many duty free stores to grab accessories and clothes from, from top-notch brands to small end brands, you might find it all. There is a pharmacy situated on the 1st Terminal in case of some emergencies, the children’s play area allows a quality time while you can finally doze off in the lounge with a sumptuous chair present in the huge lounge.
Make sure to explore every bit of this airport as it has a lot to offer to its passengers. From entertainment centres to wine and dine, BCN will pamper you with nothing but the best. For a faster and smoother transportation, make sure to explore Rydeu’s offer crafted exclusively for the passengers.