By Yasmin Balent
Barcelona is after Madrid the 2nd biggest city in Spain and is located at the Mediterranean Sea. The City is getting more and more well-known and popular, around 27 million people are visiting the city every year. As you probably can imagine, most of them come with an airplane. Which means long waiting lines for the Check-in, the security and the crowded baggage carousels. Stop! Forget about this, charter your private jet to Barcelona and fly at the times that suit you without standing in a line or waiting for your luggage.
I will explain you how you can easily charter your private jet to Barcelona and in addition what you can do in the city, in Fly Aeolus Blog Private jet Barcelona:
Why should you charter a private jet?
The most important thing is, not to stress at the airport and start the holiday relaxed! The best way for this is not have to worry about other annoying passengers, long waiting lines or flight delays at the airport. With a private jet you don’t have those circumstances, you will check-in at a seperate terminal or gate with almost no one else. The pilot will welcome you and accompany you to the plane. Onced arrived at the airplane, the luggage is stowed away within seconds, you climb up and off you go on the runway over the clouds down to your destination.
Next, in order to have a good start of your holidays, is to land as close as possible to the final destination. So, you can avoid traffic jams, unnecessary waiting times and aswell extra costs. With a private jet you have the possibility to approach small airports, which are mostly located closer to the cities than the big main airports.
Last but not least, if you go on holidays you should feel special and forget about your routine at home. It’s a break from your daily life, where you do and see things you will never forget. The experience to fly in a private jet is unforgetable! You sit next to the pilot and can observe what he is doing during the flight and you have a nicer view out of the private jet in comparison to a normal plane that is used by an airline.
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Private jet Barcelona: How to charter your own private jet
It’s actually very simple, but with all suppliers and offers online, people struggle a little bit with deciding which aircraft and which company is the best. The basic question is, do you want to save time and still fly at affordable prices? Or do you want pure luxury with your own flight attendant?
For example, Fly Aeolus is offering you affordable prices for a comfortable flight and a very personal experience. Our fleet consists of two types of aircraft, which makes it quite equal in the costs, expections and comparable. If you click here, you can have a look at the aircraft.
As well on the website of Fly Aeolus, you can calculate by yourself how much you have to pay for your flights, aswell as from where you want to take off with your privatjet and land. If you are interested, don’t hesitate to contact us at +32 (0)3 500 9082 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, we are coming to the things, you can and should do in Barcelona, so if you still did not plan your holiday, pay attention now. Barcelona is a good choice for this year.
Things to do in Barcelona
Mercat de Santa Caterina
This market is existing since 1848, here you can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, a lot of sweet stuff and souvenirs. You find this market right next to the “Via Laietana” which is really close to the “Caterdral de la Santa Creu Eulàlia”.
The market was renovated in 2000 by architects Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue. The aim of the renovation was to give the market a modern appearance, with a wave-shaped roof covered in coloured tile
Parc del Laberint d’Horta
Here we are talking about the oldest park in Barcelona. The name is coming from the labyrinth which is located inside. The park is a little bit outside the city, so if you want to relax from all the city life, this is a good option.
– A part of the movie “The Parfum” was recorded here
– Entrance prices are very rare 2,23 Euro.
It is best known for its formal gardens with sculptures, terraces and fountains. These gardens offer a romantic and peaceful setting, ideal if you are travelling as a couple.
Turó de la Rovira
The Turó de la Rovira is actually a bomb shelter from the 2nd world war, but from here you have an amazing 360-degrees view, over Barcelona.
It is a good idea to pack a blanket and some snacks and have a picnic up there and watch the sunset.
Hospital de Sant Pau
The Hospital was built in 1902 and in all of the 48 different pavilions, were served the various medical departments. Nowdays it is not used as a hospital anymore, therefore it is used for congresses, research facilities and events. It is a really beautiful building and not yet so crowded by tourists. Buy your tickets here.
Park Güell and Casa Batllo
The park was designed by Antoni Gaudí between 1900 and 1914 and is a symbol of the city. Back in the days, they had really strict conditions how to build and design this park, but they did such a good job, that Eusebi Güell wanted to copy the style for his park in Great Brittan.
So Eusebi Güell lent his name to the park. Because of all the visitors, the government decided to demand admission to the park. Therefor you should buy your tickets in advance.
An augmented reality video guide has recently been added to the tour! We recommend you try it out, as the experience is incredible.
Arc de Triomf
The Arc de Triomf was the main entrance gate of the World Exhibition in Barcelone, it is located in the north-east of the city and is forming the beginning of the wide passage “Lluís Companys”. The gate is 30 meter high and is made in a reddish brick in the Neo-Mudejar style.
Hotel Colon – Rooftop bar / Barri Gòti
The Colon hotel is located right on the opposite of the Cathedral and from the hotel bar you have a unique view on the Cathedral Barri Gótic. Which is one of the most important temple of Barcelona. The terrace of the Hotel has two floors and offers refreshing cocktails, a typical sangria or a cold beer. It is perfect to enjoy along with the relaxing vibe and listening to some of the live music acts, which are often taking place up there.
Visit the Sagrada Família basilica
One of Barcelona’s most emblematic landmarks is the Sagrada Família. It is an unfinished basilica, still under construction, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí.
It is the most visited monument in Spain! You can take your time admiring its unique architecture, especially as the building is so huge! You can also climb the towers for an absolutely incredible view of the city.
The Sagrada Família is dedicated to the Holy Family and is filled with religious symbols. Each façade tells a part of the story of the Christian faith. As for the interior of the basilica, it is adorned with colourful stained glass windows that create a spiritual atmosphere.
Stroll along the famous Las Ramblas promenade
Las Ramblas are 5 bustling avenues in the centre of Barcelona. It’s a must-see in Barcelona!
You’ll find flower stalls and street artists. What’s more, you’ll be able to go into a variety of shops, cafés and restaurants.
This is also the place to stop at the colourful Boqueria market. Here you’ll find a wide variety of fresh produce, and it’s undoubtedly the best-known market in the Catalan capital!
If you want to eat out while you’re on these wide avenues, we recommend you go to Raó Restaurant. It’s the best place to eat traditional local tapas as well as the more sophisticated Catalan tapas prepared by the chef.
As for the cafés you go to, be careful as many places are touristy. The best café on the avenue is El Bosc de Les Fades. The setting is incredible and the atmosphere atypical… You’ll feel like you’re in a forest!
Relaxing on Barceloneta beach
The climate in Catalonia is very pleasant! So a trip to Barcelona is the perfect way to enjoy the sun and sea, with a visit to Barceloneta beach.
You can sunbathe on the sand of a beach located in the city centre and swim in the Mediterranean waters. If you want to eat locally, you can also enjoy delicious paellas in the beachside restaurants.
There are plenty of other beaches in the vicinity of the city, but Barceloneta is the best known because it is the most central and easiest to get to.
To relax after your private jet trip to Barcelona, the beach is certainly the best place!
Explore the Eixample district
The Eixample district is Barcelona’s best-known neighbourhood. It is famous for its wide avenues. What’s more, it’s the place to admire modernist architecture, including Gaudí buildings such as Casa Batlló and Casa Milà (La Pedrera).
You’ll also discover Passeig de Gràcia, a prestigious avenue and the backbone of the Eixample! It’s home to a host of designer boutiques, spectacular modern buildings and luxury hotels. If you’re a lover of shopping, gastronomy and architecture, you’ll find this place absolutely incredible.
In this district you’ll find the best tapas restaurant in Barcelona! We’re talking about Tapas Season. All the products are fresh and natural. We recommend you try the chicken croquetas and the “pan con tomate”!
Take a private jet to Barcelona and enjoy a flamenco show !
If you want to immerse yourself in Spanish culture when you’re in Barcelona, you can go and see a flamenco show. There are tablaos and flamenco clubs in Barcelona. You can enjoy passionate performances of flamenco music and dance.
Flamenco is an intense and emotional form of artistic expression. You’ll be captivated by the passion and energy of the dancers and musicians!
Once you’ve arrived in Barcelona by private jet, all you have to do is put down your luggage and go and see a show like this to discover the local culture.
Private jet from Munich to Barcelona
Route: Munich to Barcelona (Sabadell) – day return
Aircraft: Cirrus SR22
Flight time: 04h 07min
Price: 6.544,48 € (3 passengers)
Fly Aeolus wishes you a good trip and save travel!
Enjoy the beautiful and multifarious Spain. Please refer to our price calculator for a personalized air taxi offer to Barcelona or any other destination. For further questions or needs regarding charter your own private jet, do not hesitate to contact us at +32 (0)3 500 9082 or at email@example.com.