We booked a return transfers. Both times we didn't have to wait for the driver. It was a very friendly guy and he drove perfect. Overall we were very happy with the service.
Whether you go to Barcelona on holiday/vacation or for work, the best way to start your visit is to book a Barcelona Airport taxi service. This beautiful city, is Spain’s second largest city after its capital Madrid. Barcelona is colourful, lively and very cosmopolitan. Anyone travelling to visit this city will find everything they could possibly want, such as beaches, museums, breathtaking buildings, and lots of nightlife. There are so many magical places to see in this city, such as the wonderful buildings designed by architects such as Antoni Gaudí. There are plenty of parks, and one should not forget about the many delights outside the city centre.
The airport that serves the Catalan capital is located in El Prat de Llobregat, which is about 12 kilometres from the city centre. This airport is well-connected to Barcelona via various transport links, such as the Aerobus which will take you to the very heart of the city, the Plaza de Catalunya, the RENFE train service, and the underground lines. There are plenty of public taxis in the city, and it is usually easy to find one that will take you around the city centre with ease.
Are you looking for airport transfers?
For those who arrive at the airport and need to get to their destination quickly, the best option is a private transfer service (a taxi service) in a car that is driven by a professional driver with a state-approved licence for public-passenger service. If you are looking for a taxi in Barcelona Airport, do not mistake the El prat Airport with the Barcelona Airport in Girona.
What to See in Barcelona
The capital of Catalonia offers many tourist attractions that you can visit.
- Sagrada Familia - Designed by the brilliant architect Antoni Gaudì, it is still unfinished.
- Cathedral - In Gothic style, it is dedicated to the patron saint of the city, Sant'Eulalia.
- Parc Guell - Designed by architect Antoni Gaudì, as of 1984, it is among one of the world's few UNESCO protected sites.
The international airport of the Catalan capital is known as "El Prat", named after the town with the same name, which is about 10 km south-west from the centre of Barcelona. After the Barajas airport in the Spanish capital Madrid, the El Prat in Barcelona is the second largest in Spain.
El Prat has 2 terminals. International flights arrive at Terminal 1, while Terminal 2 is for low-cost local airlines. There is also a pavilion reserved exclusively for flights between Barcelona and Madrid, known as the "Air bridge," which allows you to reach the capital in about 20 minutes.
"El Prat" is Vueling's main hub and at least 38 million passengers pass through its gates every year.
Public Taxi Rates
Saturday Sunday and holidays from 8:00 to 20:00.
In the days following the holidays from midnight to 8:00