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What Can You Do In Barcelona?
Barcelona is widely known for its incredible architecture, deep history and art scene.
Explore Catedral de Barcelona
The Catedral de Barcelona surrounds visitors with beautiful ambiance and atmosphere while being encapsulated in exquisite architecture. The view over the city on the elevator ride to the top is something you must see with your own eyes.
Wander the Picasso Museum
Spread out over five different palaces, The Picasso Museum includes separate studios highlighting his work. His most famous works aren’t housed here, such as The Weeping Woman, however, the museum includes 4,251 pieces of his other work that illuminate the brushstroke mastery that turned Picasso into a Cubist pioneer.
Where Should You Stay In Barcelona?
The One Barcelona
Located in the heart of the district of L’Eixample, The One Barcelona includes sophisticated styling, soothing decor and suites that offer stunning views of the cathedral. An indoor and outdoor pool, a wellness center and two restaurants and a bar mean that guests will have all they need for their relaxing stay.
Bordering the Barri Gotic and Born neighbourhoods, the Ohla Hotel is a boutique-style accommodation. Have a drink after a long day of exploring at their award-winning cocktail bar and follow it up with an exquisite meal at the Sauc, a Michelin-starred restaurant. To top it all off, unwind on the rooftop and take a dip in the incredible glass-sided pool.
Where Should You Eat In Barcelona?
The Enoteca is a more modern style that stems from Mediterranean traditions and includes an expansive collection of over 500 wines.
Lasarte has become well-known for its innovation and creativity. The 2-star Michelin restaurant is located in the heart of the city and uses unusual ingredients to create new flavours and dishes you have never tried before.
Aerial view of Barcelona
What Can You Do In Madrid?
Madrid is renowned for its collection of European art, elegantly manicured boulevards and parks and brilliant architecture.
Go to The Prado
The Prado is an expansive collection of timeless masterpieces by both renaissance and baroque artists. Some of the must-see works include David with Head of Goliath by Caravaggio and Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch.
The Gran Vía
Madrid’s centre of entertainment, culture and shopping, the Gran Vía has so much to offer. Navigate the different shops, malls and luxury boutiques, or take in a musical during the evening. The area continues to bustle after dark as it's home to some of the top nightclubs in Madrid and is often buzzing until dawn.
Where Should You Stay In Madrid?
BLESS Madrid includes a striking interior and alluring bars and restaurants. The Versus Lively Lounge is a popular lobby bar and restaurant and the Picos Pardos Sky Lounge is a great way to take in the stunning views. Rooms are incredibly spacious and guests will have no problem relaxing or unwinding after a day out in the city at the Magness Soulful Spa.
Dear Hotel Madrid
With stunning views over the Gran Via and Plaza de Espana Avenue, Dear Hotel Madrid provides a comfortable and elegant stay. Centrally located, it's close to many shopping and boutique stores, vibrant nightlife and fine-dining restaurants. Guests can take advantage of the on-site restaurant and lounge as well as the sky pool, which provides unobstructed, 360-degree views of the city.
Where Should You Eat In Madrid?
SOBRINO DE BOTIN
The oldest restaurant in the world, Sobrino de Botín is an incredible blend of charm and cultural immersion that caters to whatever your appetite's craving. The menu reflects the restaurant's reputation and offers old-time favourites like chicken fricassee or roasted suckling pig.
If you are looking for something different, Santceloni is a Michelin-starred restaurant that incorporates Catalan culture and uses fresh and local ingredients from nearby ports and markets.
Aerial view of Madrid
Connect with LunaJets Madrid for Your Private Jet Needs
Trust LunaJets Madrid, your reliable partner for bespoke private jet services from Spain and the Iberian Peninsula. Strategically located in the heart of the city, our Madrid team provides round-the-clock service, ensuring all your travel requirements are met seamlessly. With our extensive network, we not only arrange your private flights but also take care of your exclusive reservations and concierge needs. Visit us at our Madrid office located at Conde de Aranda, 22, Madrid - 28001 or call us at +34 627 92 09 85, and experience the LunaJets difference.
How far is Barcelona airport from the centre?
The total driving distance from Barcelona airport to the centre is 11 kilometres.
How many airports does Barcelona have?
There is only one airport actually in Barcelona which is called El Prat de Llobregat Aeroport. Nowadays Barcelona El Prat is also known by the name Josep Tarradellas. IATA: BCN
How far is Madrid airport from the centre?
The distance from Madrid Barajas to the centre is 32 min. The road distance is 17 km.
How many airports does Madrid have?
Madrid has just one airport known as Barajas or Adolfo Suarez Airport.