Barcelona holidays

Top offers for cheap holidays

Spread the cost • Book with a deposit, pay later with no extra fees.

Holidays to Barcelona

Barcelona is a vibrant and ever-changing city, packed with art, culture, architecture and great food. But Barcelona holidays can also be very relaxing too. The city sits at the heart of a fabulous coastline with dozens of city beaches to call its own and the enchanting Costa Brava rolling northwards and getting more beautiful by the mile. If you’re staying for longer than a weekend’s city break, you can use Barcelona as your base for a fantastic beach break or intersperse days of cultural exploration with lazy days on the sand. Whatever you’re looking for in a holiday, Barcelona can likely offer it.

HOLIDAY TYPE:
City breaks
PEAK SEASON:
Dec to Jan
LANGUAGE:
Spanish, Catalan
CURRENCY:
Euro (€)
AVG FLIGHT TIME:
2h (from London)
NEAREST AIRPORT:
BCN, 7.5 mi
El Prat Airport

Top holiday packages to Barcelona

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Ilunion Almirante

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Barcelo Raval

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Occidental Diagonal 414

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Ilunion Auditori

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Ilunion Barcelona

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Universal Hotel

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Ilunion Bel-Art

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Occidental Barcelona 1929

Flight + Hotel
Barcelona, Spain

Salles Hotel Pere IV

How does booking Flight + Hotel make travel even better?

Combine and Save

Enjoy access to special prices, only available on package deals.

Tailor-made trips

Choose from thousands of flights, hotels and stays.

Spread the cost

Book with a small deposit and pay the rest later.

Everything you need

Quickly add insurance, luggage, rental cars and more.

Travel tips for Barcelona

FAQs

Your Barcelona questions answered

Do I need to speak Spanish or Catalan to get by in Barcelona?

arrowUp

While a few words in Spanish or Catalan can open doors and hearts, you'll survive without being fluent. Barcelonians are quite the linguists, and many speak English, especially in tourist areas. That said, a "por favor" and "gracias" go a long way, and "si us plau" and "gràcies" (in Catalan) might just get you an extra patata brava!

When is the best time to visit Barcelona to avoid the crowds but still catch some sun?

arrowDown

Is tap water in Barcelona safe to drink?

arrowDown

What should I pack for a trip to Barcelona?

arrowDown

Are there any local customs I should be aware of in Barcelona?

arrowDown