SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers daily cheap international flight tickets to Barcelona from many destinations in Scandinavia and with connection from Europe, the US and Asia. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Fanciful architecture and hip restaurants have come together with the sunny Spanish climate and beaches to transform Barcelona into one of Europe’s premier destinations.
What's up in Barcelona Best cocktail in town
La Fianna on Banys Vells 15 will not disappoint.
Take a rest
Tired from shopping? Pack your picnic basket and head for Park Güell.
Spend half a day at Poble Espanyol and visit a flamenco show at a real tablao.
Crew tip RqueR
Carrer Rec 75
Tel. +34 93 315 23 91
Barcelona is great for shopping! RqueR carriers almost exclusively Spanish designers. The second floor gallery showcases fresh fashion and accessory designers every month. Mercado, on Plaza Comercial 3, is a combined boutique and gallery. Iguapop Shop & Gallery, on Carrer Comerc 15, is an urban art gallery and a streetwear shop. The list goes on and on... / Berit, air hostess
Passenger tip Santa Maria
Carrer Comerç 17
Tel. +34 93 315 12 27 www.barcelona.com
I live in Madrid and go to Barcelona several times a year. For me, Santa Maria is one of the best places for tapas. Try La Nena on Ramón y Cajal 36 for amazing Catalan hot chocolate as well and just across the street there is a gelateria that you don't want to miss either. / Angelique
Passenger tip La Sagrada Familia
Calle Mallorca 401
I don't know if architect Antoni Gaudí was a genius or just plain crazy. He certainly left a mark on Barcelona. There are seven buildings in or near Barcelona by Gaudí that have made it onto UNESCO's World Heritage List. Get a map and take your own tour, it's better than hanging around some dry museum. / Kristian