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Airports in Miami

Miami (in Florida, US) is served by 4 airports - Miami International Airport, Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, Miami Seaplane Base and Miami Executive Airport.

Miami International Airport is the primary airport serving the Miami area. It is located 8 miles away from Downtown Miami in metropolitan Miami and ranks as the 10th busiest airport in the United States by annual passenger count. Passengers can avail scheduled flights to almost all major domestic and international destinations from here. The airport is seamlessly connected to the city of Miami through a network of public bus service, Miami's commuter rail system, Metrorail, taxis, shuttles and rental cars.

Explore Barcelona

Barcelona is the capital and largest city of Catalonia, the second most populous municipality of Spain and the largest metropolis on the western Mediterranean Sea. Famous for its hosting of 1992 Summer Olympics, it excels as an internationally renowned tourist destination featuring a superb beach, mild climate, and several historical monuments. You should visit here for its 1920s super classic Harbour Cable Car. This 1450-meter-long harbor aerial tramway starts atop a 78-meter-tall tower in Barceloneta (a seaside neighborhood in Barcelona) and runs through the world’s second-tallest aerial tramway support tower.

Things to do in Barcelona

Museu Picasso (or Picasso Museum)

Opened in March 1963, the Picasso Museum is home to 4251 works artworks by of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. This remarkable number makes the museum home to one of the world’s most extensive collections of the Spanish maestro. It is also the first museum dedicated to his works and the only one created during his life.

Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família (or Basilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family)

The Basilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family is the largest unfinished Roman Catholic church in the world and it is located in Barcelona. Its construction was initiated by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) and out of 18 spires that he had proposed, this church has only eight completed by now.

La Rambla

La Rambla is a 0.75-miles-long tree-lined pedestrian street in central Barcelona. Post 15th century, it evolved as the citizen’s favorite street for festivals, markets, and sports.

Best Time to Fly to Barcelona

The best time to fly to Barcelona is the summer season in the months of July and August. During this time, the city celebrates its festivals like El Grec and Festa Major de Gracia.

Barcelona Travelers' Reviews

  Vale Vale Vale
This is my home away from home. Where chiringuitos welcome you to relax with a clara in hand and tapas on the table. Whether you’re seeing the sites or roaming the city streets, Barcelona is a must visit city. Make sure you visit the home of Cava a short train ride outside of the city to sant sadurni and the beautiful city of Sitges. My favorite hotel in the world is the W hotel in Barcelonetta. It’s a must stay, even if it’s only for one night.
- David  Oct 02, 2018
  Barcelona trip
Everything went well until we reached Philadelphia. We were informed that our plane was canceled from Philadelphia to Stewart airport. In addition
- Member  Jul 29, 2018

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