Cheap Flights from Barcelona to Paris
Flight information Barcelona to Paris
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 536 miles
Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais
This information is correct as of May 2016
Airlines that fly from Barcelona to Paris
Air France, easyJet, Vueling all fly direct to Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Transavia France and Vueling fly direct to Paris-Orly.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Air France and Vueling fly from terminal 1. This terminal has a wide selection of shops. Pick up some Spanish confectionary at Wonkandy, Tutti Frutti or Sibarium. Grab yourself a new outfit at Desigual, Items d'Ho, Mango or Zara: you are going to one of Europe's most fashionable cities, after all. Heaven on Earth Spa Express is perfect for a pre-flight pamper session. Dining in terminal 1 is equally varied, with plenty of coffee shops and snack bars to choose from. Portagaig (before security) is run by a Michelin star chef: the perfect place to kick off your holiday. easyJet fly from terminal 2C. The only place to eat in this terminal is the B by Fresh & Ready snack bar. Transavia France fly from terminal 2B. There are no shops or places to eat after security in terminal 2B, but there's a pharmacy and travel shop in the public part of the terminal. Dining options include Pans & Company, Jamaica and Caffe de Fiore: again, all of these are in the public area.
Terminal Information – Arriving
At Charles de Gaulle: the terminals are all connected by the CDGVAL shuttle. Train stations with connections to Paris are located in terminals 2 and 3: look for the RER commuter trains. The Roissybus stops at all terminals and goes to the Opera Garnier in the city centre. There's also an easyBus shuttle to Palais Royale: we recommend booking your tickets for this in advance. Taxis and car hire are available from every terminal.
At Orly: The Orlybus shuttle stops at both terminals and connects the airport to Paris city centre. If you'd rather take the train, hop on the Orlyval to Antony and hop on the RER B train. Taxis are available from the airport and car hire is a good option if you're planning to head away from the city.
You don't need a passport to fly from Barcelona to Paris as both cities are within the Schengen zone. You might need to show some photographic identification, either when you check in or as you board, so we recommend bringing your passport anyway. Try to arrive at the airport around 90 minutes before departure.
What to expect in Paris
France's iconic capital city defies expectations. It's in the same time zone as Barcelona and uses the same currency (the euro €) so travelling on this route is almost seamless. Paris has a slightly cooler climate. Summer temperatures tend to sit around 20°C and in the winter you can expect averages of 5°C. Paris is a lot more expensive than Barcelona. You can expect to pay about €10* more for dinner for two on average, and €3.50* more for a pint of local beer.
Been to Paris before? Read our second-timers guide for great attractions you might have missed the first time round. Remember: attractions in Paris usually take one day off a week (usually Sundays or Mondays) so research your itinerary carefully before you go.
*Prices subject to change
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