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Ingenious architecture, world-class restaurants, a vibrant arts scene. You name it, this breathtaking city has it all.

Our flights to Barcelona in the summer season, offer you the opportunity to experience the vibrant athmosphere of one of Spain’s greatest cities.

Barcelona - a special look

Go to Barcelona and we can promise you that the proud Basques of Northern Spain will make your stay unforgettable. Complimenting the welcoming spirit of it’s people is the beauty of of this city where the parks, the museums and the architecture come together in perfect harmony. Experience the work of the world renowned architect Gaudi, who designed many of the city’s most spectacular buildings, among them the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia.
And if that is not enough, one of world soccer’s shrines is in Barcelona. Camp Neu the home of Barcelona FC, one of the greatest soccer clubs in the world.
When travelling one must taste the local cuisine; when in Spain one must taste tapas! Derived from the Spanish verb ‘tapar’ which means ‘to cover’, tapas is a variety of small snacks taken between meals which, when combined, can be a colourful and delicious supper on its own. If you have not tried tapas, there is no better time to put that right.

Salted cod anyone?

You are also likely to catch the aroma of a very special seafood dish, a Catalan bacallà, Spanish for salt cod. Bacallà is one of Spain’s national dishes and cooked in many ways, depending on where in the country you are.
This particular seafood has a certain extra appeal for Icelanders, as the cod used in the dish is caught in the North Atlantic, in Icelandic waters, by Icelandic fishermen.

Good to know

  • Our flights to Barcelona take you to El Parat International Airport located 7 miles south of the city centre. A 15 minute taxi drive from the airport to the city center and a 90 minute drive to the sunny resort of Costa Brava.

  • Shopping? Try the pedestrian streets between La Rambla and the church in Barri Gotic. Also, Passeig de Gracia, shopping street full of top label shops. Diagonal, another street with top label shops. Corte d’Ingles at Placa de Catalunya, a thriving shopping center. Tourists from outside the EU can have a 12% VAT refunded minus tip. You must ask for the “tax free” forms in the shops and have them stamped ahead of departure.