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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Dec 17|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Dec 17|
|Popular Airlines||British Airways|
As you depart New York City's La Guardia International Airport (LGA) to visit Barcelona, prepare to immerse yourself in the lively Spanish culture, including mid-day siestas and late-night dining in the city's uptown area. To get to LGA, take the subway, bus or a taxi if you'd like to avoid the parking fees and traffic. After about six hours of flight time, you'll arrive at this important center of European culture.
Upon collecting your luggage, you can take the inter-city rail, bus or a taxi to your hotel. When you're ready to explore, be sure to visit the Port of Barcelona, which has been in service for more than 2,000 years. The trams, buses and metro network will take you to popular destinations such as the architecturally important Can Framis Museum and the iconic Arc de Triomf.
Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) is one of the busiest along the Mediterranean coast and within Spain. Be sure to allot sufficient time to get through customs. Once you find transport into the city, plan to spend an afternoon exploring at the expansive Castell dels Tres Dragons and the historic Santa Maria del Mar church. You can enjoy an evening in the city at the Fabra Observatory, or the colorful Magic Fountain of Montjuïc.