Barcelona: Beaches, Buildings and Business Class Seats

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Business Class to Gaudi’s Barcelona

Head to acclaimed Gaudi sites after your business class flights land. - IFlyFirstClass

Famed architect Antoni Gaudi made his home in Barcelona, and the city is filled with his work. It’s actually a World Heritage Site based on the seven Gaudi structures in and around Barcelona. Spend at least a day exploring these fascinating Gaudi buildings, beginning with La Sagrada Familia. The church, which has been under construction for 130 years, is simply awe-inspiring. A minor basilica, La Sagrada Familia has grand steeples, columns resembling trees and grand interiors. After so many years of construction, the church is in its final stages of creation. If you time your visit to Barcelona correctly, you may be on site for its final reveal. After La Sagrada Famila, your Gaudi tour can continue on to other notable sites. These include Casa Batlló, La Padrera and Casa Vicens. Plan to spend at least a few hours at Parc Gruell, one of Gaudi’s most accessible creations. The park is full of things to do and see, and you can take a guided tour to enrich the experience. In fact, the park is a great place to start your Barcelona holiday, especially after a long business class flight.

Business Class Seats to Montjuic Gondolas

Settle back in business class seats to Barcelona to enjoy the thrill of Montjuic. - IFlyFirstClass

Stretch your legs after your business class flight lands in Barcelona with a trip to Montjuic mountain. It’s a bit of a hike, but that just means that you’ll enjoy less competition for the view. If you’re not up to climbing the hill, you can also hop on an exciting funicular to the top of Montjuic. Whichever way you make your way up the mountain, once there you’ll enjoy incredible vistas. This hill has been central to many of Barcelona’s most important events in history. It was home to the 1929 International Exhibition and the 1992 Summer Olympics. You can see the Olympic Stadium, Palau Sant Jordi and the grand Montjuic Castle. The hill park is also home to Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer Gardens, Grec Theater Gardens and Miro Foundation museum. To walk up the hill, start at Plaça Espanya where you’ll find an easy access point. The city’s popular Metro connects you to the funicular at Parallel Station so you can ride up to the mountaintop. You can also take a gondola, or cable car, from Barceloneta Beach. 

Book Business Class Seats to Barcelona for Shopping in Las Ramblas

Luxuriate in the ambiance of business class flights and Las Ramblas. - IFlyFirstClass

The central Old City section of Barcelona is spectacularly rich in charm, architecture and entertainment. The Old City’s Las Ramblas is especially appealing with its cobblestone streets and abundant shops. Las Ramblas is actually a neighborhood of streets, or “rambla” connecting Port Vell to Placa Catalunya. Stroll along these streets and you’ll soon encounter some of the area’s many street performers, musicians and artists. These artists add to the vibrant ambiance of the neighborhood that is already alive with visitors. There are also plenty of cafes where you can find refreshment and a little hobnobbing with the locals. While wandering through the streets, watch for the Christopher Columbus monument and the many human statues. If you’re planning to visit Las Ramblas at night for tapas, stay in the northern section of the neighborhood.

Bag a Business Class Deal to Sunbathe on Barcelona Beaches

 Business class to beach vacay in Barcelona. - IFlyFirstClass

With all of the historic and culturally rich sites to see in Barcelona, it’s easy to forget that it also has stunning beaches. In fact, the city is often ranked as one of the best beach cities in the world. If your return business class flight doesn’t leave much time for beachgoing, make your selection carefully. If your time is very limited, head to Saint Sebastià beach. It’s just minutes from Barcelona’s city center, and it’s close to shopping and the aquarium. If you want to be in the center of the hubbub, Barceloneta should be your choice. There are plenty of water sports to enjoy here, and the party atmosphere is irresistible. If you want privacy and a chance to return home without tan lines, Cala de L’Home Mort is an option. The clothing-optional beach has a few amenities in a small sheltered bay. For fine sand and lush, green surroundings, Mar Bella is a good choice. Many of these beaches are within an hour of the city and easily reachable by train.