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Find cheap business class to Barcelona from US

Travelling on a budget? Consider cheap business class flights from Barcelona. This vibrant city is located on the northeastern coast in Spain. It has a modern, chic vibe and authentic Spanish history. You can enjoy the sights without spending a fortune with business vlass flights to Barcelona from New York. Enjoy the city’s famous nightlife and authentic Spanish cuisine.

Spain is known for its high quality food. Expect to sample fillet steak, oyster, and caviar in your first class meal. First class travel can be stressful. Business class passengers are often able to enjoy faster check-ins and more secure procedures. Moreover, many airlines offer fast track security procedures. You’ll be able check-in and get out quickly and in style.

Barcelona is an ingenious city. It was built as a grid system, with the corners of buildings cut off to alleviate traffic jams at busy intersections. This is what gives Spanish architecture its classic octagonal shape. Barcelona was the capital city of Spain from 1837 to 1939, while it still remains the capital of the Catalonia region. Visit this beautiful built city and appreciate its longstanding majesty!

Useful Tips for Traveling to Barcelona

You can explore Barcelona’s historic center while flying business class to Barcelona. Barri Gotic is the oldest part of the city, and construction began here in Roman times. You can also visit La Catedral, a Gothic Cathedral that was built between 13 and 15 centuries. The top floor of the cathedral can be visited without paying an entry fee, but you must purchase a ticket to climb up to the roof. Another option to see the city is to take the Port Cable Car and enjoy the panoramic city views.

Book Tickets in Advance

Barcelona is one of the most traveled cities in the world. Tourist destinations get sold out very quickly. Book tickets in advance to avoid missing out (and getting discounts).


Use the Aerobus to get from the airport to the inner city. While plenty of taxis are available, the Aerobus is cheaper and, often times, faster. It is available every single day of the year, with busses departing every five minutes, so there are seldom any lines.

Dine Differently

Spanish people dine very differently than Americans. Americans tend to eat a large, hearty dinner around 6-8 every evening. Spanish people don’t eat dinner until 10 pm most nights. Also, the plates are not like the massive American portions. They are small plates called tapas that generally have 3-4 mouthfuls for a table to share. Order a plenty!

What To Do in Barcelona

Go to Museums on First Sunday of the Month

Many museums throughout Barcelona offer free entry on the first Sunday of every month. Make use of the free opportunity and learn something new every month!

Party Early

In Barcelona, the cover charge for night clubs increases as the evening gets later. It is in your best interest to get to the nightclub early so you don’t have to pay as much. Don’t worry, arriving to the club at 11:30 PM is still considered early for Barcelona.

See Catalan

Catalonia is technically part of Spain, but it is an extremely different culture. While Spanish is spoken throughout Spain, Catalan is the preferred language of locals (that’s why Barcelonian Spanish sounds so different than Mexican Spanish).

What NOT To Do in Barcelona


Tipping is not a common thing in Barcelona. Most people tend to round off the bill to be polite to their server, but it’s not necessary. If you feel obligated to tip your waitstaff for impeccable service, 5-10% is sufficient.

Stop Paying Attention to your Pockets

Barcelona is a city that is infamous for its pick pockets. As mentioned above, tourist destinations have lines that go blocks long. Pick pockets will post up near these lines and try to con innocent, gullible tourists. Keep your hands on your bag at all times and be wary of people getting too close for comfort.

Shop at Luxury Stores

While Barcelona does indeed have some magnificent luxury stores, most people purchase their souvenirs from flea markets. The Els Encants Vells flea market is one of the most famous for cutlery, art, and lots of jewelry.

3 Major Airports In Barcelona

3 Major Airports In Barcelona – Barcelona International Airport, Girona-Costa Brava Airport, and Reus Airport. Barcelona International Airport is the main airport serving the city of Barcelona, as well as the surrounding region of Catalonia. It is located 12km southwest of the city center, making it easily accessible by public transportation. Girona-Costa Brava Airport is located 60km north of Barcelona, in the town of Girona. It is a smaller airport, but it offers service to a variety of destinations in Europe and North America. Reus Airport is located 100km southwest of Barcelona, in the town of Reus. It is a smaller airport, but it offers service to a variety of destinations in Europe and North America.

Best Time to Visit Barcelona

The best time to visit Barcelona is nicknamed “shoulder season.” This is because people tend to wear short sleeved shirts that show off their shoulders. It is another way of saying there is good weather during that time of year. In Barcelona, “shoulder season” is April to November.

Flying Time from United States to Barcelona

A nonstop flight from Washington, DC to Barcelona is typically over 10 hours. There are always business class flights with nonstop and layover options.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Barcelona

Cheap business class flights to Barcelona are available on a variety of airlines, including

  • Lufthansa,
  • Turkish Airlines,
  • US Airways,
  • Aeroflot.

Book far in advance to get the best deals, and you’ll be well on your way to a luxury vacation. Business class travel in Barcelona offers many of your same luxuries as first class. Flying business class on Swiss Airlines between Los Angeles and Barcelona can save you even more.

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Barcelona.

Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • KLM, Air France,
  • Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try Iberia Airlines and Vueling Airlines.

How to Get Business Class Fares to Barcelona with Voyagu

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