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Private Jet Charter to Barcelona
Beautiful weather, magnificent beaches and extraordinary culture: what's not to like about Barcelona? Check out the weird and wonderful architectural works of the late Antoni Gaudi, reflect on the works of Picasso at Museu Picasso in the city's Gothic Quarter, soak up some sun on Barceloneta Beach, or shop for souvenirs along La Rambla. Read more about private jet charter flights in Barcelona
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Barcelona jet charter informationDespite being second in population to Madrid, Barcelona could easily be labeled as Spain's premier city. Barcelona is the 16th most visited city in the world and fourth in overall wealth. The city's roots date back to the Roman Empire and, according to legend, was founded by the mythical Hercules.Evidence of the Romans is still visible today in the city's Gothic Quarter, specifically under the Placa del Rei. Located at the center of town, the Gothic Quarter holds Barcelona's most historical structures as well as many museums dedicated to local history.
Things to Do in BarcelonaEntertainment and culture have made Barcelona the No. 1 travel spot on the Mediterranean. The boardwalk along Barceloneta Beach is a great place to go for a seaside stroll. It provides great views of the harbor, sailboats and yachts in port.No trip to Barcelona would be complete without visiting the iconic beaches of Sant Sebastia and Barceloneta. Lounge away the day basking in the Mediterranean sun and experience what National Geographic and Discovery Channel call the best beaches in the world.Music is an integral aspect of Barcelonan culture, and the city offers amazing venues to experience the art. The Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house and Palau de la Musica Catalana are world famous and must-sees for culture aficionados. If you're lucky enough to be traveling in early or mid-June, check out the Primavera and Sonar music festivals. Featuring classical and new age music, both venues bring in thousands of visitors and feature both local and regional artists.For soccer fans, Barcelona offers up two UEFA stadiums: Camp Nou, home to FC Barcelona and the largest in Europe; and the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, the site of the 1992 Olympics.If shopping is your thing, take a stroll up La Rambla, a tree-lined mall where you’ll find countless shops, restaurants and cafes.Of course, Barcelona is also the home of Antoni Gaudi, whose artistic creativity can be seen and felt across the city. Some of the famed architects most impressive landmarks include:
- La Sagrada Familia church
- Park Guell
- Casa Mila
How to Book Charter Flights to BarcelonaStratos Jets delivers dependable and luxurious charter flights to Barcelona, Spain, in as little as four hours’ notice. From in-flight concierge service to ground transportation and hotel reservations, a Stratos Jets air charter consultant oversees all aspects of your jet charter itinerary. With a vast fleet of private jets to choose from, our agents will assist you in determining the appropriate aircraft for your specific needs.Whether you’re flying within Spain, or travelling internationally, we have the skill and resources to arrange hassle-free air transportation anywhere in the world. All aircraft meet or exceed international regulations for Part 135 operators for private charters, and Part 121/380 air carriers for group charters.
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Barcelona Jet Charter Airports
Barcelona El Prat Airport (LEBL) is the preferred landing point for travellers arriving on charter flights to Barcelona. Located about six miles southwest of the city, it only takes about 20 minutes to reach the downtown area.