Looking to sample delicious tapas, marvel at outstanding architecture and soak up the Spanish culture in Barcelona? Find your Manchester Barcelona flights today! Travellers will be spoilt for choice when comparing Barcelona flights. Over 20 different airlines fly from Manchester to this Spanish destination and you will have the choice of direct flights or routes with stopovers. A direct Barcelona flight takes just over 2 hours. In the past Ryanair has been the company offering the cheapest flights from Manchester to Barcelona (from just £26). Nevertheless you are also sure to find discount flight deals with Monarch, Swiss+, Lufthansa... Use the flight comparison tool below to view a range of low cost airline tickets suited to your travel plans. Getting from the airport in Barcelona to the city centre is easy. There is a cheap regular bus service which transports passengers to the city centre with a number of intermediate locations.
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Arguably Barcelona's most famous landmark, this church, though still incomplete, is considered architect Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece. It's external beauty is only surpassed by the stunning interior, in which the coloured stained glass makes for an impressive spectacle. A guided tour will help you understand the pervasive symbolism in the building's design.2 Park Güell and Gaudi's Houses
Gaudi's influence on the urban landscape is ubiquitous. Parc Güell is a beautiful garden complex designed by the architect himself: the hill on which it is built provides breathtaking views of the city. Other examples of Gaudi's modernist architecture are the Casa Milà and Casa Batlló in Eixample.3 Beaches
The city has a long strip of beautiful beaches, which earned it the title of #1 Beach City in the world, according to National Geographic. At the many chiringuitos, seaside kiosks, you can enjoy a drink after a stroll down the sunlit beach.4 La Rambla
This walkway goes from Plaça de Catalunya (with its beautiful statues and fountain) to the Pier with a statue of Columbus. The Rambla is always busy with street performers, and the city's famous La Boquería food market can be found here.5 Festivals
Barcelona's cultural variety is exemplified by its many festivals. Some of these include the traditional Festes de Gràcia in August and La Mercè in September and the celebration of Sant Jordi in April. One of Europe's best music festivals is held in the nearby city of Benicàssim every year.