Ever dreamt of Barcelona? We have found you a cheap flight deal to Barcelona from Liverpool in December, We also have a few more cheap flight deals from Luton, London and Liverpool airport further down the page allowing you to be more flexible, but save money!
Return flight from Liverpool to Barcelona from only £35!
Flights from Liverpool on the 3rd of December
2 hour and 30 minute flight to Barcelona airport
Return flight on the 7th December from Barcelona airport
2 hours and 35 minute flight to Liverpool airport
Flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person
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All flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person
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5 Things to do in Barcelona
5- Nou Camp
The Nou Camp is a footballing cathedral and is the home of one of the greatest football clubs in the world, Barcelona FC. It doesn't take a football fan to appreciate the greatness of this arena, but it does help. The tour consists of 5 parts
the changing rooms and the player's tunnel
the view of the pitch from the dugout
the view from the director's box
the view from the media room
None footballing fans will find it hard not to be impressed by the Nou Camp and is well worth a visit.
To book a tour follow this link www.fcbarcelona.com/tour/buy-tickets
4- Park Güell
This park is like no other park in the world. Designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the Park Güell is like walking around a scene in Alice in Wonderland. Fantastic shapes and colours are around every corner, its why it wasn't a surprise when the Park Güell was named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.
To book a ticket follow this link
3- Casa Batlló
Another example of Gaudí's genius is the Casa Batlló. Casa Batlló was just a typical everyday house, but that all changed when the owner Mr Josep Batlló hired Gaudí to redesign the building entirely. Gaudí was given free reigns and created, which can only be described as a dreamland of colours and creativeness.
Casa Batlló is one of the most popular places to visit in Barcelona so book your tickets before you arrive to avoid queuing.
Follow the link for more details on the tour and to purchase tickets www.casabatllo.es/en/
2- Las Rambla
Las Ramblas is the most popular street in Barcelona. With many shops and street performers, it's certainly worth a visit. It can be very crowded though; the Planetdreaming top tip is to go down all the small side streets around Las Ramblas. It's far less busy, has quirkier shops and feels more like an authentic Barcelona shopping experience.
Down the side streets leading off Las Ramblas, you will also find La Boqueria which is a massive indoor market. La Boqueria is a great place to buy fresh produce but its best for its many foods stalls.
1- Sagrada Familia
Yet another Gaudí creation, the Sagrada Familia is the "must see" place in Barcelona. Construction on the Sagrada Familia started in 1882, and amazingly the design for the building is so big and complexed that it is still unfinished and isn't due to be finished until 2026.
Despite it being unfinished it still stands out as one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, and seeing it with your own eyes makes you believe that humans creativity is limitless.
The Sagrada Familia is extremely popular so to avoid queuing be sure to book your tickets in advance.
Follow this link for tickets www.sagradafamilia.org