Barcelona International Airport is the gateway into Barcelona, the second largest city in Spain. The airport welcomes airlines offering cheap flights to Barcelona, rendering a budget vacation in the city easy to find. The airport, which is ten kilometers from Barcelona's city center, is home to two terminals: Terminal One and Terminal Two. Wi-Fi is available. Taxis and minibuses are on-hand to take tourists on Barcelona flights to their accommodations within the city. Alternatively, travelers can take the RENFE R2 (Nord) suburban train line which runs every half-hour. The train stops at Sants, Passeig de Gràcia, and El Clot in the city center. The Aerobús A1 line calls at terminals One and Two and journeys along Gran Via to PlaçaCatalunya.
The Bus Turístic connects tourists on flights to Barcelona with the city's main attractions. The bus allows travelers to hop-on and hop-off as they please. The double-decker buses feature an open-air upper deck offering great views of the city. Earphones are available to allow passengers to learn more about the city's landmarks. The Metro takes tourists to a range of destinations within the city. The TramviaBlau tram connects the Av. Tibidabo metro station with the Funicular station. Use of scooters and bicycles is common in Barcelona. Mattia46 offer bikes and motor-scooters for rent.
Travelers who have picked up airfare to Barcelona can see all that the city has to offer from the great heights of the Harbor Cable Car service. This service runs from June through September and provides tourists with picturesque views. The unfinished SagradaFamília in Eixample is a popular attraction with adult visitors while young tourists will love a trip to the Museum of Natural History in Ciutadella Park. Couples visiting the city may wish to wander around the BarriGotic in CiutatVella, the medieval center of Barcelona. Those who wish to sit down and enjoy a flamenco show can do so at Tablao de Carmen in Sants-Montjuïc.
The La Boqueria public market in CiutatVella is where all the locals find a diverse selection of goods and produce. Desigual shops can be found all over Barcelona. These shops sell clothing and accessories to suit all ages and tastes. Catalan cuisine can be found at El Glop and Origen 99.9%, and at several different locations throughout Barcelona. Non-Catalan cuisine is offered by Udon, a chain of affordable noodle restaurants. Maoz serves up quality vegan falafel. Row14 (Club) is the city's leading electronic music club and a popular hangout for the young. Chupitos bars can be found throughout the city and offers unique liquor shots.