What is so special about Barcelona is that you can experience the best of both worlds: sunny beaches as a vacation destination as well as the city itself as one of the leading economic and cultural centres of Europe. No matter if you come to Barcelona on a business trip or simply want to enjoy some sun bathing at La Barceloneta and taste some of the local beers and Tapas, Barcelona will definitely not let you down! In addition, you can visit the Piccaso Museum and learn about the greatest Spanish abstract artist’s youth in this passionate city. On top of that, Sagrada Familia, the largest Roman catholic church in Barcelona is a must-see spot. Listed as UNESCO World Heritage, the church attracts millions of eyeballs each year. If the Spanish sun doesn't discourage you from some walking, then hiking up to Gaudís Park Güell is a perfect day out. Should you be someone who prefers to watch sports, however, then a game of the famous, record breaking club FC Barcelona at Camp Nou stadium is a good option for you. Of course, if you fancy some shopping, La Rambla, the tree-lined pedestrian mall will offer you a variety of cool boutiques and tiny little souvenir shops! How can you get to Barcelona then?
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Several cities near Barcelona are also connected to the national or international bus network. If you want your search to include the surrounding bus stations such as those in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Badalona or Sabadell, simply increase the search radius, and you will find bus and train routes in the area. You will also find bus routes connecting Barcelona to local public transport systems or intercity bus stations in Mataró, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Manresa and many more. Looking for cheap airport transfers? We also show trips to and from nearby airports such as Barcelona-El Prat Airport, Girona–Costa Brava Airport. Where timetables are available, we will also consider other options in the local transport network.