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It's really easy to buy a bus ticket to Barcelona with FlixBus: you can book online on our website simply selecting your departure and arrival cities, and picking your favorite date to travel. The best way to find cheap tickets though is by using the free FlixBus App and keep your ticket always in your pocket!
Getting to Barcelona with FlixBus is easy as you can reach Barcelona from 87 cities. You can also save the cost of the hotel by traveling on overnight buses, so no matter your schedule, you can plan your journey to Barcelona around you.
Buses are one of the most convenient ways to travel and FlixBus is among the cheapest to get to Barcelona! Depending on where you are travelling from, getting to Barcelona with FlixBus can cost as little as 7,50 €!
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Using your FlixBus ticket to go to Barcelona is easy! If you book online, you receive a PDF booking confirmation via e-mail containing a QR code which serves as your bus ticket. If you book through the FlixBus App instead, your ticket is automatically stored there. In both cases, no need to print the ticket: simply show it digitally to the driver and you are ready to board the bus, sit back and relax.
There are 2 bus stops in Barcelona. You can find their locations on the map on this page.
When traveling to Barcelona with FlixBus, you get extra legroom, power outlets, and of course restrooms. Most of our buses offer free Wi-Fi. Make sure to bring chargers for your devices, as you can find power outlets on board.
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Passengers younger than 15 years old can travel to Barcelona for less. At the time of booking, we calculate the cheapest price for you from all available rates and discounts. If the discounted price is lower than the child fare, the selected passengers pay the same price. Please, make sure you check our child travel and seat policy. Foldable pushchairs or strollers can be transported for free on the bus to Barcelona.
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Things to do in Barcelona

About Barcelona

There is so much more to Barcelona than its beaches, sangrias and fantastic weather, though these are valid reasons to visit this Spanish city. During your trip to Barcelona, one can discover works of art from the mastermind Gaudi, which have now permanently become part of the city, walk around the Gothic Quarter and, of course, fill up on delicious Spanish food.

Places of Interest in Barcelona

Antoni Gaudi, Spanish architect, was part of the modernista movement. With a majority of his works residing in Barcelona, it would be a shame to visit the city without paying tribute to "God's Architect."


Park Guell was originally to be part of a housing complex, which turned out to be unsuccessful. In 1926, the park was open to the public and became a UNESCO site in 1984. Admission into the park is free, however, to view the famous tiled houses and funky statues, you have to pay for admission. It is recommended to buy tickets online beforehand if you plan to visit the park during a high tourist season.

Casa Batllo, centered in the middle of Barcelona, is a multi-colored almost scaly looking building. It is said to resemble a dragon with St. George’s lance driven through it. Visit the building (Passeig de Gràcia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain) and decide for yourself!

• Within walking distance from Casa Batllo is Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, which was built to look like an open quarry. Today, it is home to the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, hosts cultural events and is also home to a museum about the architect himself. One can buy a ticket to visit the museum (about five stories high), which will also grant you access to the roof where the view of Barcelona is stellar.

• Within the Parc de la Ciutadella, Gaudi designed the fountain Cascada del Parc in his earlier years, which, after viewing some of his other works, you can see the difference. The fountain looks much more traditional, similar to those found in Rome or Paris. In contrast, his later works are much more funky and true to his style. While you’re there, enjoy a little time in the park; it is always a great place to people watch or take a little siesta.

• Possibly his most famous piece of work is La Sagrada Familia (meaning “The Church of the Holy Family”), which has yet to be finished. Construction began in 1882 and has slowly progressed since then. One can only imagine that with such an impressive exterior, that the interior is just as awe-inspiring. With the incredibly detailed ceiling and the large stained-glass windows, it almost feels like you’ve crawled into a cave. If you decide to go inside, it is recommended to buy tickets beforehand.

Culture and History of Barcelona

Barcelona is home to one of the most well-preserved medieval areas in Europe. Stroll through the streets of the Gothic Quarter, and you will instantly see the difference between the medieval and the modern architecture. You could easily enjoy a perfect day just within the Gothic Quarter.


• Starting at the Picasso Museum, you can view some of the artwork from one of Spain's most famous artist as well as artwork from different artists (usually displayed in the temporary exhibit).

• If you’re feeling hungry after viewing all the artwork, head to Caelum. Caelum is a café where the nuns and monks from the surrounding convents and monasteries make freshly baked goods for your enjoyment. Not only is it an enjoyable Spanish experience, but the prices are very reasonable for such good quality snacks.

• Following your short break, continue towards Catedral de Barcelona. While visiting the church, be sure to pay attention to all the different gargoyles that hang about the church. Keep in mind that this is still a fully functioning church, so be respectful in how you dress and with your behavior.

• Along a palm-tree lined walkway lies Barcelona's Arc de Triomf. Even though the name is similar, do not confuse this arch with the one in Paris. The two have entirely different architectural structures. Challenge yourself to visit both and decide which you like more. Along the arch, there is a wonderful park where there are always people hanging out and enjoying themselves. It seems like the area always has a summery vibe.

Interesting Facts about Barcelona

You cannot visit any city in Spain without enjoying your fill of tapas.


• Barcelona has a very vibrant food culture that can be experienced at La Boqueria Market. There are stalls upon stalls of just pure tastiness. Grab a snack, smoothie or sit down for a whole meal here. Tapas are meant to be shared with friends and family. When going to a tapas bar, be sure to ask how big each tapa is to determine just how many you'll have to order.

• If you’re health-nut or simply enjoy environmentally-friendly dining, Cometa Pla (Carrer del Cometa 5) is your place. However, the prices are a little bit more than if you just went to a typical tapas bar.

• If you’re looking for a quality tapas bar while on a budget, head to La Plata (Carrer de la Merce 28). The serving sizes are large enough to share amongst two or three hungry tourists. La Plata will exceed your expectations with its menu of traditional Spanish food.

Looking for bus tickets from or to Barcelona?

Look no further, we’ve got all the details you need to plan your bus trip from or to Barcelona! There are 2 bus stops in Barcelona.You can catch the FlixBus at Barcelona (Bus Terminal Nord), Barcelona (Sants). Departing from or traveling to Barcelona can cost as little as 7,50 €. You have various options to organize your bus trip as Barcelona is connected to 87 destinations with FlixBus. When you travel with FlixBus you're guaranteed a comfortable seat and complimentary access to our Wi-Fi throughout your journey. Stay connected and entertained while we take you to your destination!

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