Sant Jordi Diagonal Hostel

Av Diagonal 436, Barcelona, 8037, Spain
Sant Jordi Diagonal Hostel
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Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by pyrzaczek


Im gonna travle from Seville to Barcelone. Ive decided to choose the flight by Spanair. I would like to ask where the plane lands: Girona Airport or the airport in Barcelona? If, the first place, so how i can get from that airport to Barcelona?

Thanks in advance for ur help

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by puerto_lover

At the main one at Barcelona itself. I don't think Spanair use Girona.
By the way, did you look at Vueling ?
They have several flights each day between Barcelona and Seville.
Some good prices.

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by Doffcocker

As previous poster says both Spanair and Vueling / Iberia fly Sevilla to Barcelona (BCN). Only Ryanair fly to places 100 kms away (Girona and Reus) and call them Barcelona

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by pyrzaczek

Thx guys for ur answers.

Puerto_lover, as far as Im correct Vueling is more expensive than Spanair. That's why im considering the latter one.

Btw. do u know any1 who rents a room for two (my girlfriend and I), because we are gonna be in Barcelona for 3-4 days in the beginning of September.

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by Belsaita

Barcelona has only 1 airport, BCN. As said, only Ryanair calls "Barcelona" places that are 100Km away.

Prices depend on your dates and available deals. You may use pages like to search and compare for your travel dates.

Can't help about accommodation.

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by puerto_lover

You can look at Girona airport as an alternative if you find the Vueling or other fares are high. Ryanair now have an established presence in Spain and have flights between Girona and Seville. Getting to the airport from Barcelona is probably by means of the special bus shuttle service that serves Ryanair passengers particularly. Currently costing €12 one way from Estacio del Nord in Barcelona and takes around 1 hour and a quarter.

More information on here:

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by pyrzaczek

Thx. I would rather chooste Spanair due to low prices. Im gonna book tickets in 2-3 weeks time.

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by pyrzaczek

Puerto_lover, do u know how to get from the BCN airport to the downtown?

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by Belsaita

Not implying Puerto_lover does not know ;)).... but I did write a few tips about transportation in Barcelona, including from/to the airport:

Re: Sevilla -> Barcelona flight (Spanair) ?

by pyrzaczek

Thx OHannemarie for ur reply. I guess thats goona be helpful. :)

Btw. u know cheap place to stay in BCN for a couple?

Travel Tips for Barcelona

See the Sagrada Familia...

by daarth

See the Sagrada Familia church. I have been a big fan of Gaudi for many years. This is the most famous building, but there are many more buidings and sites of Gaudi in Barcelona.
(I had to borrow this pic)

La Sagrada Familia

by globetrott

La Sagrada Familia is certainly the most famous building in Barcelona This church was constructed and started to be built by Antonio Gaudi and although he was working so plenty of years on it, before he died in 1927, he left no exact plans and so the church ist still "under construction", more than 100 years after it's first days of beeing built

Spared all in the city you can...

by RedChili

Spared all in the city you can find some sculptures of modern art, of course the most interesting are the ones made by Gaudi, many houses –like la Pedrera-, a park with his own works –park Guell- and a majestic fountain in the park de la Ciutadella made when he was a student of architecture in Barcelona. If you like art don’t’ miss the Picasso museum, a travel thru the different ages of the works of this artist.


by Peret

The city of Lleida is The capital of the lands called "Terra ferma". This is "Steady Land" in catalan. Or also "Terra de ponent", because is the part of Catalonia placed most in the east.
Usually was a peasant land, famous for its fruits. And still it is, but now, the town council have also taken care to old atractives, and have built news.
The city is two hours far from Barcelona, by highway or train, so you can do a day trip. Come to see see the catalonia that is not in the coast. Its history starts with the iberians and continue with romans, people from Cartago, arabian, juish, christians. Now live hier catalans, and a lot of people who came of Africa for economical reasons.
La ciutat de Lleida és la capital de l'anomenada terra ferma, o també de "les terres de ponent", ja que és la part més occidental de Catalunya.
Tradicionalment ha estat una terra de pagesos, gaudint de fama per la bona qualitat de la seva fruita. Avui, però, gràcies a la cura que s'ha tingut dels seus monuments més clàssics i a les noves reformes de la ciutat, ha esdevingut un lloc on poder gaudir d'una visita. Històricament hi han passat per aquí íbers, romans, cartaginesos, àrabs, jueus, cristians...ara hi viuen catalans i una bona colla d'africans que han vingut a guanyar-se les garrofes.

Shoes & Basics

by PrettyDigital about Camper & H&M

Camper shoes are somewhere between a child & adults mind. They're made with style & give comfort. I swept up a pair, and could easily have went for 3 more styles, but I got cheap with my budget. My husband picked up 3 pairs in 1 go!

H&M of Barcelona isn't afraid to sell black in the summer. for €128, I got 9 great new pieces in my wardrobe, and for a little more, my husband got 10 pieces. Barcelona has a great sense of style, both classic & street style. I'm a native New Yorker living in Ireland, and the fashion in Ireland sucks. I'll be returning to Barcelona to shop for EVERYTHING, Shoes & Clothes. There are a few places that aim the garish bright colors toward the grey cloudy countries, so just walk on by. If you have good taste, this city will please you. Prices were lower than New York, but the conversion will kill you. Cheaper than most EU countries.


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