I’m sure you agree with me that is always worth a visit!
The city offers something for everyone: From tasty Catalonian cuisine, cultural festivals, haute couture on to the alternative scene around Gracia. And how about good old “ with its equal amount of stalls, tourists and thieves. If you fancy an overpriced, flavourless margarita served in a gold fish bowl this is your heaven.
It is then not surprising that the gateway to this multi-coloured, metro sexual city leads through a rather large airport, second only to the massive. In fact, Barcelona (IATA) just expanded its airport by opening a brand new terminal on 16th June.This new structure houses all flights whereas Spain’s national airline remains in Terminal T2 … exactly where I base my review.