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Which airport does vueling use?

by autumn918

Dear fellow VTs,

I'll like to know whether vueling airline uses the same airport as those international flight?

And also if I purchase a 7am ticket from Barcelona to Seville, will there will buses or metro from barcelona city to the airport so early in the morning?

Thanks.

Rebekah

Re: Which airport does vueling use?

by cachaseiro

Vueling uses Barcelona international airport and there is a train station at the airport, so you should be able to go there by train even early in the morning.

Re: Which airport does vueling use?

by unaS

The Cercanias connects with the airport. The first train leaves Sants station, at 5.43terminal from 05.43 (arrives 6.13), Journey time about 17 minutes. Cost Euro 2.20. Runs every 30 ninutes.

By bus the Aerobus direct from Plaza de Caalunya. First bus leaves at 05.30.
A1 goes to Terminal 1 and A2 goes to Terminal 2.
A1 runs every 5-10 minutes.
A2 runs every 10-20 mnutes.
Cost Euro5.-

FGC Metro Line 8

Re: Which airport does vueling use?

by unaS

Sorry!



is the Plaza Catalunya, of course.

Re: Which airport does vueling use?

by freland

Hi,
if the flight is at 7 am and you need to be at terminal 1 check-in desk abut 6am ,
- you can take the very first Aerobus (make sure to be first at the stop in Pl. Catalunya) for € 5.05 pp
or
- night nitBus N17 (with 10 travels card or € 1.40 )
pls see http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g187497-s301/Barcelona:Spain:Arriving.And.Departing.html

Metro does not reach the airport yet,
perhaps in 2014 (...15? 16?)

A:)

Re: Which airport does vueling use?

by crazyguitar

If the flight is that early and you don't want to have any risk I think you should go by taxi not to be short in time, now I don't remember exactly how much it is but I think around 20€, maybe some plus for night, then 25€. Of course depending from which place in Barcelona.
Regards,

Santi

Re: Which airport does vueling use?

by gilescorey

Vueling is terminal one, so Aerobus will be a better option(RENFE commuter rail only goes to T2 and then requires shuttle bus)....only issue is that the earliest Aerobus is at 5.30 am( I just did this to Paris). So, Aerobus will have you at the terminal only one hour before the flight. The BCN airport is extraordinarily efficient, so if you have checked in online and printed your boarding passes, you will likely be fine. But, if you are a nervous traveler, you might wanna get a cab.

gC

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Meeting friends

by Carmela71

One of the best thing of the trip was metting friends in Barcelona. The first one we meet on Friday was Davidlop ( David) we already knew from the Valencia meeting and it has taken a while till we have meet again.

We meet in the afternoon for some drinks and a walk around the Gotic neighborough.

David hope to see you again soon :-)

Barceloneta

by draguza

Barceloneta is the traditional sailors and fishermen quarter, and the smallest of the 4 quarters of Ciutat Vella. In the narrow streets of Barceloneta it is nowadays still possible to find the typical restaurants and bars from earlier times, where some excellent fish and seafood is being served. With the Olympic Games in 1992, Barcelona opened to the sea and completely renovated its beaches, creating even new zones, such as the Vila Olímpica and Diagonal Mar.

People in Barcelona are proud...

by CptKangaroo

People in Barcelona are proud Catalans. Don't call them spanish. No one will beat you for doing so, but they be much more friendly if you recognize their cultural identity. Pick up a few catalan phrases and things will be much nicer.

Bike lanes

by SirRichard

In some of BCN streets you can find these bycicle lanes, allowed only for bikes.
Though it might seem a good idea, as BCN is mainly flat, the parts of the avenues with this are not big, so they are interrupted soon and you have to go down and continue by the sidewalk.
There is a coincidence. They make new bike lanes just before the elections, politicians come to be pictured opening them, but the thing stops after election time... :-(

Plaza de la Mercé

by Joacim

The plaza is named after the patron saint of Barcelona. La Madonna de la Mercè, the Madonna of Largesse, appeared in a dream to local saint Pere Nolasc, bidding him to establish a religious order to succour Christians captured by Barbary pirates. In 1637 the Madonna saved Barcelona from a plague of locusts, and her status as patron saint of the city was assured for ever more.

If you are curious about Barcelona weddings, then this is the best place to discover how the celebrations unfold. On one side of the square is the courthouse where civil marriages are performed. On the other side is the Mercé Basilica, where couples who prefer a traditional, Catholic wedding are joined in marriage.

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