Transfers from Girona or Reus airport to Barcelona

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Article updated 16 November, 2018. 0 comments

Travelling to Barcelona via Girona or Reus airport and looking for transfer information? This is the article you need.

transfers Girona airport Barcelona

Landing at Girona or Reus isn’t the most practical option when travelling to Barcelona, because you’ll need to organise your transfer from these airports to the Catalan capital…

  • Be careful when booking your flights, particularly with Ryanair: it’s not always clear that their flights don’t land at Barcelona El Prat, but rather at Girona or Reus.

That said, flights to Girona or to Reus can be considerably cheaper. If the idea of an hour to 90 minutes’ travel time between the airport and the city doesn’t put you off, then by all means, go for it.

Transfers from Girona airport to Barcelona city centre

The best means of getting from Girona airport into central Barcelona is the bus service.

  • A one-way ticket will set you back €16; a round trip costs €25.
  • Despite certain rumours, the bus times leaving Barcelona are not systematically timed to match the departure times of Ryanair flights.
  • To avoid any nasty surprises, make sure you check the actual bus times between Girona and Barcelona and vice-versa.

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The bus stops at the exit from the airport and will take you to the Estació d’Autobuses Barcelona Nord, Barcelona’s main bus station. From here, a 5-10 minute walk will get you to the Arc de Triomf metro station (red line), Nàpols exit (just opposite the station).

Hint: the same company runs two buses from Barcelona, one to Girona airport and the other to the centre of Girona. Make sure you get the right one!

  • These details also apply to the journey in the opposite direction, from Estació del Nord in Barcelona to Girona airport.

Transfers from Reus airport to Barcelona city centre

Reus airport to Barcelona by train

The train runs between the station in the centre of Reus and the stations Estació Sants and Passeig de Gràcia in central Barcelona. A one-way ticket costs between 6 and 8 euros, and the journey takes just over an hour.

Reus airport – Barcelona by Hispano Igualadina bus

Buses run between Reus airport and Barcelona (Estació d’Autobus de Sants) to coincide with flight times. The journey takes around 90 minutes, and will set you back €14 for a one-way ticket, €24 for a return.

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Pauline

Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?