Enjoy convenience and luxury with our private jet charter. These are but a few things that people look for when they rent a private jet. LunaJets offers these charters and more as it flies you from Nice to Barcelona. Depending on the size of the jet (aircraft) you request, the price ranges from 2,500€/hour up to 10,000€/hour. The sooner you get to Barcelona (Spain), the better. And you might as well enjoy the flight while you’re at it.
As for Barcelona (Spain), you couldn’t have picked a better private jet charter. Regardless of the time of year, Barcelona is a fascinating destination to visit thanks to, among other things, the excellent beaches, Catalan cuisine, and Modernisme architecture. Several intriguing attractions await once you arrive. Here, we show you the best places to visit, hotels to stay in, and restaurants to eat at.
What Can You Do in Nice?
The old town of Nice is a maze of cobblestone streets and narrow alleyways reminiscent ofItaly. One of the best places to visit in Nice is the well-known traditional market Marché aux Fleurs, with its outdoor stalls that feature colorful, striped awnings.
The churches in Nice are also worth a visit. Located on Rue Alexandre Mari, the Palais de la Préfecture is an awe-inspiring cathedral that the Kings of Sardinia used as a palace. Another exemplary church in Nice is the Cathédrale Sainte-Reparate, a 17th-century Provençal Baroque style cathedral with a lavishly decorative interior.
Where to stay in Nice?
Nice, the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes district, is located along the Baie des Anges shores on the FrenchRiviera. It’s a scenic town with a long, varied history. Greeks established this city, which later become a popular travel destination for European aristocrats. That partly explains its art and culture.
Hotel Le Negresco
The striking pink and white building featuring a domed tower is adjacent to Promenade des Anglais. One of the factors that make this hotel stand out is its extensive collection of art. Dali, Moretti, and Niki de Saint-Phalle’s art pieces complement the interiors’ historical paintings and rare antiques. Take advantage of the hotel’s luxury suites that have balconies overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Located in the heart of the city, the Palais Saleya is perfect for those who prefer accommodations close to shopping centers and a wide range of tourist attractions. A few attractions that are within walking distance include Cours Saleya, the opera house, and Place Garibaldi.
What Can You Do in Barcelona?
Catalan Gothic architecture
Named by National Geographic as the best beach city in the world, Barcelona will without a doubt impress you if beauty is what you seek. Your stay in the city can start off with you getting a taste of Barcelona’s delicious food culture during breakfast. Afterword, you can admire the city’s Modernisme and Catalan Gothic architecture as you walk the streets.
A journey around Camp Nou
Plan a visit to the Les Corts financial district, where you enjoy a full day of shopping, sightseeing, and immersing yourself in the culture. Home to Camp Nou football stadium, this upscale city is no more than a few minutes walk away from Plaça d’Espanya. While you’re at it, consider attending the opera at Palau de la Musica Catalana. But not before passing by Passeig de Picasso and getting a nice soak at the AIRE Ancient Baths Barcelona.
Then again, you can take a brief getaway at Sitges. Located 35 kilometers southwest of Barcelona, this luxury coastal retreat is widely known as the Spanish Spain-Tropez. Many tourists needing to take a break from Barcelona's busy city life prefer to visit this town, which sits between the mountains and the Balearic Sea in the Mediterranean Sea.
You can have a meal or snack at any of the patisseries, restaurants, and cafes that line the streets of Sitges. Alternatively, you can shop at the town’s numerous stores that sell clothes and fashion accessories. Later, as you head back to Barcelona, take time to visit the remote beaches of Garraf and Aiguadolç to appreciate the fantastic coastal scene.
What are the best hotels in Barcelona?
Designed by World renowned architect Ricardo Bofill, the W Barcelona has rooms that brilliantly combine elegance with comfort. As if their restaurants and spa facilities were not enough, the W Barcelona offers rooms with some of the most spectacular ocean views that you will find anywhere in the world.
The Ohla Hotel Barcelona is located in the heart of the Gothic Quarter and boasts that it sits in the same spot where Roman water pipes once met and where the palace of Barcelona's first count was built. Add that history with the luxurious hotel itself and the Ohla Hotel Barcelona will not disappoint.
Where to Eat in Barcelona?
Abac was awarded 3*** Michelin, which can host 56 customers. Located in the newly constructed pavilion in direct contact with the garden. The Chef adapts the menu to fresh seasonal products. The tasting menu includes dishes such as a Japanese marckerel’s espeto with iced romesco and piquillo’s peppers or a Chinese box: grilled eel fried brioche with “all i oli” and fresh wasabi.
Via Veneto was one of Salvador Dalí's favorite restaurants. With one Michelin star this Restaurant has been established for 50 years. Its seafood is a must.
Where to Eat in Nice?
From traditional Provencal foods to modern foods with rich Italian influence, Nice always has something exquisite to offer. Some of the restaurants you should consider are:
Located on a private beach on the Promenade des Anglais, Le Chantecler is a two-star Michelin restaurant inside Hotel Negresco. The restaurant specializes in gourmet cuisine made using quality local produce.
This 24-seater restaurant offers its visitors an intimate dining experience mainly made up of South African cuisine. The restaurant was established by Jan, who was originally from South Africa.
Why choose a private jet charter with LunaJets?
When you hire a private jet from LunaJets, you enjoy the convenience of travelling from Nice to Barcelona El Prat (Spain) at a moment’s notice. On a whim, if you like. Your hard-earned money gives your access to a private jet service that’s market-neutral and technology-driven. A highly experienced team of private jet travel advisors makes sure you have a bespoke travel experience from the time you request an aircraft to the time you land at in Barcelona.
Frequently Asked Questions
How far is it from Cote d'Azur Airport (NCE) to the city centre?
The Promenade des Anglais is a 7-kilometre drive away and takes 10 to 15 minutes from the airport.
When is the best time to visit Nice?
Nice has a warm Mediterranean climate due to its location on France's southeast Mediterranean coast. Summer is the best time to visit Nice because the weather is hot and sunny. Temperatures rarely fall below 17°C at night.
Is there a helicopter transfer available from Nice to Cannes?
We offer this service to our customers from the airport. The distance to Cannes is only 8 minutes by air.
How many airports does Barcelona have?
There is only one airport in Barcelona, called El Prat de Llobregat Aeroport. Nowadays, Barcelona El Prat is also known by the name Josep Tarradellas. IATA: BCN
How far is Barcelona airport (BCN) from the centre?
The total driving distance from Barcelona airport to the centre is 11 kilometres.