El Prat - the main airport of Barcelona is situated in El Prat de Llobregat, 17 km away from the city centre. It is the second largest airport in Spain according to the density of passenger traffic.
Girona Airport, situated 12 km south from the city of Girona, and 92 km north from Barcelona, is widely known as an alternative airport for Barcelona, that is why it was chosen by one of the most popular low-cost airlines - Ryanair.
Reus - small airport mostly operating with low-cost airlines, situated 7 km away from Tarragona and 118 km from Barcelona.
PORT OF BARCELONA
The leading European cruiser port located just at the foot of Las Ramblas. The port also has two specialized ferry terminals serving connections with the Balearic Islands.
TRANSBORDADOR AERI DEL PORT
This 19-person cable car travels between Port Vell and Montjuïc in Barcelona. It's often mistakenly referred to as the Teleferic de Montjuïc, the name of the other cable car operating on the mountain.
Trains To Barcelona
Estació de Sants, located just northwest of the city centre is the primary train station for national and international connections in Barcelona.
Estació de França is the second busiest railway station of the city after Estació de Sants in terms of regional and long-distance ridership.
Estació de Sants, located just northwest of the city centre is the primary train station for national and international connections in Barcelona, however, also serves as an important hub for bus traffic.
Estació del Nord, situated just next to the Arc de Triomf is the primary bus station which handles most of the city's national and international connections.