Barcelona El Prat Airport

Barcelona-El Prat Airport is located south-west of the city of Barcelona, between the city limits of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans and Sant Boi.(El prat = the field)

It has two large terminal buildings: T1 and T2. Barcelona Airport follows the criteria of terminal use by company, regardless of the destination or origin of the flight, so flights may depart from either of the two terminals.

Full details can be found on the official AENA website but the most important ones are below.

Barcelona Airport Train – The C2 RENFE Train Service To The City Centre

The Aerobus – Barcelona Airport Express Bus To And From The City Centre

Spanish-Airports advises that Barcelona-El Prat Airport now has more and improved bus connections to the city of Barcelona and other locations in Catalonia.

The N17 night bus which currently runs between Placa Catalunya in Barcelona and terminals T1 and T2 at the airport has changed its route to terminal T1 only, while route N16 between Placa Catalunya and Viladecans, Gavá and Castelldefels will now also serve the airport stopping at T2.
From 1st July to 31st August the Sarfa bus company will offer regular services from T2 to L’Estartit and Cadaques with several stops on the way. The night buses NitBus N16 and NitBus N17 make the airport readily and affordably accessed 24/7. Other airports take note.

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Transfer Amigo is a transportation service connecting door to door the airport with hotels and addresses in Madrid (and Barcelona).

Service rates are per person and vary upon the final destination of the passenger. It operates 24 hours/365 days a year.
Children under 2 years old travel free of charge and all our buses are equipped with child seats and boosters.
Book your transfer service on their website.

Part of the This Is Spain Network. Operated by Costa Insider SL.