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The flight duration from London Gatwick Airport to Barcelona El-Prat Airport is approximately 2 hours. There are multiple daily flights available, giving you plenty of options to suit your travel plans. Also good to note that Barcelona is 1 hour ahead of London time.
Although this would vary on personal preference, two of the more popular seasons to travel is during the Spring (April to June) and Fall (September to October) when the temperature averages around 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F). If you don't mind the hot summer weather during July and August, then enjoy the city's beaches and be mindful that due to the high peak season, you may encounter more tourists and crowds.
If planning your next holiday in Barcelona, there are several places that are highly recommended to visit:
One of the most famous landmarks of Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia. This iconic basilica designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudí is a masterpiece of modernist architecture and has been under construction for over 140 years. Its intricate facades, towering spires, and mesmerizing interior make it a top attraction in Barcelona.
Another one of Gaudí masterpieces, Park Güell is a public park featuring colourful mosaic tiles, whimsical architectural elements, and stunning views of the city. It's a great place to stroll, relax, and admire Gaudí's imaginative designs.
Walking around the city, you will come across a few more well-known buildings which were designed by Gaudi.
Check out Casa Batlló which is known for its colourful facade and organic shapes and Casa Milà which is famous for its curving stone exterior and captivating rooftop sculptures.
There are so much more to do and visit while wandering through the city of Barcelona. Immerse yourself in the city's rich history and culture, but also don't forget to taste the local cuisine and shop around for souvenirs.
Other places to explore: Barceloneta Beach, Montjuïc Hill, the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic), Picasso Museum, and more. If you're planning a quick stop in Barcelona, check our blog about ideas on what to do with a 48-hour stopover in Barcelona.