Travelling with Aerobús is a unique touristic experience wich starts when you occupy your seat. Moreover going from the airport to the city centre, during your journey in Aerobús you will be able to discover a little piece of everything that the city can offer you while you are staying there.
Going to Barcelona with Aerobus is the easiest way of discovering a wonderful city that makes everyone who comes falling in love with it. How can you do this? It’s quite simple: whether you are on T1 or T2 of El Prat Airport, you can take two bus routes that will drive you to Plaza Catalunya, with a previous stop in Plaza España. You can choose the one that better fits you!
However, the real touristic experience stars when you arrive to the city centre, where you will be able to find La Rambla, the gothic neighborhood, Passeig de Gràcia, Montjüic or the beach. If you want to know what a city like Barcelona can offer you, take notes!
New York has the 5th Avenue, Londres has Oxford Street and Barcelona can boast of La Rambla. This 1’3 km avenue, also known as “Las Ramblas”, it’s a boulevard where different kind of people find a place to go for a walk surrounded of flowers, artists and souvenirs shops.
This street starts right where you end your trip with Aerobus, in Plaza Catalunya itself –don’t forget visiting the water font- and ends in the Cristóbal Colón statue, next to the Mediterranean Sea. What about having during your walk some fruit? In La Rambla you will easily find somewhere to buy this.
This is the oldest part of the city, a narrow-streets labyrinth where you can let your imagination fly while walking with not a set destination. All the structure was untouched until 19th century, when some walls were destroyed and some squares were built.
You can start visiting this place right from La Rambla, near Plaza Catalunya. You will leave your Aerobus to dive into one of the most magical places of the city. Remember visiting some places like Barcelona’s Cathedral or Plaça de Sant Jaume.
Passeig de Gracia
Competing with La Rambla, Passeig de Gracia is probably one of the most important connecting street of the city and one of the most tourist-crowded place due to a lot of malls and some historical places. In here you will find some Catalonian architects buildings like La Pedrera of Antonio Gaudí or Lleó Morera House of Lluís Doménech I Montaner.
You will see that is quite similar to París’ Elysian Fields, wich makes this street a ‘must’ in your places to visit in Barcelona.
This mountain located in Plaza Espanya, in Sants district, has a astonishing balcony from where you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Barcelona. After the Universal Expo of 1929 and the Olimpic Games of 1992, the place has been evolving until the interesting place that is today.
If you come here you can’t leave without visiting the Magic Font, Montjüic Castle or the Olimpic Ring. In here there are some interesting places to visit like the olimpic stadium or Palau Sant Jordim, and usually there are some spectacles that you can enjoy.
We hope this brief guide can help you while you are visiting and experiencing Barcelona, something we know that will be unforgettable. Remember buying your Aerobús tickets and make your trip even more comfortable travelling with us.