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You can take the Long Island Rail Road or the New York City Subway to the AirTrain in order to gain access directly to the airport. Taxis and shuttles are another transportation option.
The flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Barcelona El Prat De Llobregat (BCN) Airport is about eight hours.
Once you’ve arrived, you can rent a car or ride the bus into the city using the Gran Via, Avinguda Diagonal, the Ronda del Dalt, or the Ronda del Litoral to get to Barcelona.
The Sagrada Familia is a must-see while in Barcelona. This large Roman Catholic Church was never completed, but that didn’t prevent it from becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Park Guell is one of the major works of Gaudi, its construction began in 1900, and the public park system is made up of gardens and unique pieces of architecture. Finally, don’t miss the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, located below the Palau Nacional.
When traveling to Barcelona, expect a subtropical Mediterranean climate. This means that the winters are mild with the coldest months being December through February. The summers are warm and last around six months with average temperatures being somewhere in the 80s.