Cheap flights from Amsterdam to Barcelona
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Check-in for a flight from Amsterdam to Barcelona
|Name||Carrier code||IATA Code||Passport needed during booking||Online check-in available|
|easyJet||EZY||U2||Yes||Opens 720 days before flight|
Closes 2 hours before flight
|Ryanair||RYR||FR||No||Opens 24 days before flight|
Closes 2 hours before flight
|Vueling||VLG||VY||No||Opens 168 days before flight|
Closes 4 hours before flight
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||KLM||KL||Yes||Opens 30 days before flight|
Closes 1 hours before flight
|Wizz Air||WZZ||W6||No||Opens 48 days before flight|
Closes 3 hours before flight
Barcelona travel tips
1) Don’t forget your sun protection if you go to Barcelona in the summer
Barcelona, located in Southern Spain, gets more than 2,500 hours of sun annually. In July-August, the average temperature rises to 30°C. Even if you don’t plan to spend much time on the beach, a sun hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen are necessary. Proper air conditioning at the hotel is a must in the summer months!
2) Take advantage of the free walking tours in Barcelona
You can choose from a variety of free and paid tours in Barcelona. A ‘free’ tour means that the guide works for tips. Paid tours are conducted by more experienced guides with a deeper knowledge of their subjects. Still, most free tours offer a good overview of the city. If you want to learn more about Barcelona but are on a tight budget — try this option!
3) See Barcelona’s Arc de Triomf
The Arc del Triomf in Barcelona is quite different from its famous namesake in Paris. Catalan version is half its size (30 metres) and was built more than 80 years later (in 1888). Still, the monument looks magnificent in its Neo-Mudéjar style. Barcelona’s Arc de Triomf has no military connotation. It was an entrance to the Barcelona Universal Exposition in Ciutadella Park. Various Catalan artists decorated the arch’s sides with sculptures. Come and admire those masterpieces for yourself!
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