Ryanair is offering incredible prices for this Black Friday. Check it out the Fares from Berlin to Barcelona. Prices are around 34 € for 2,3 or 3 days trip.

Berlin, Germany

Barcelona, Spain

Eurotrip Style: 2, 3 or 4 days

DATES: Available on dates in January.

Sample Dates:

Berl-Bcn -> 10/01/2019 – 12/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 10/01/2019 – 13/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 10/01/2019 – 14/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 11/01/2019 – 13/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 11/01/2019 – 14/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 11/01/2019 – 15/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 12/01/2019 – 16/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 14/01/2019 – 16/01/2019 (21 EUR)

Berl-Bcn -> 14/01/2019 – 17/01/2019 

Berl-Bcn -> 20/01/2019 – 23/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 21/01/2019 – 23/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 27/01/2019 – 29/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 27/01/2019 – 30/01/2019

Berl-Bcn -> 28/01/2019 – 30/01/2019 (21 EUR)

Obs. The offers were available when this post was published.

About the city:

Barcelona is a city in the Spanish region of Catalonia with a population of 1.6 million people making it the second largest city in Spain following Madrid. It was formed as a Roman City in the Middle Ages, and since has accumulated a rich cultural heritage and it is classed as one of the world’s major global city and was ranked Europe’s third most successful by the city itself as a brand.  

It is home to F.C. Barcelona, whose stadium is the largest both in Spain and Europe with a capacity just short of 100,000 and averages around 150,000 visitors per month during the peak of summer.

In terms of its demographics around 59% of the city’s inhabitants come from the native region of Catalonia, 18.5% coming from the rest of Spain and 22.5% of the population was born outside of Spain coming from countries such as Italy, Pakistan, China, France, Morocco and plenty of others.

Prominent landmarks in Barcelona include the Sagrada Familia, an unfinished Roman Catholic church, protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, a set of fountains that illuminate by night which were constructed as part of the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition. These were also part of the attraction surrounding the hosting of the 1992 Summer Olympics which were held in Montjuic, the home of the fountains.

There is also a grand cathedral called Tibidabo which sits upon a mountain park and offers tourists who wish to venture up to it unrivaled scenic views of Barcelona and includes a Ferris wheel. The church took 60 years to construct and a sculpture of the sacred heart of Jesus sits up top of the church designed by Josep Miret Llopart.

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