Cheap Flights from Barcelona to Palma - Majorca
Flight information Barcelona to Palma - Majorca
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Average flight time, total distance 124 miles
Palma - Majorca
Flights from Barcelona to Palma are on offer through many European airlines. These airlines include Air Algerie, Air Europa, Iberia, RyanAir, and Vueling Airlines. By using the Skyscanner search tool, you can find cheap flights from Barcelona to Palma through RyanAir and Vueling Airlines. While some airlines such as Air Algerie will offer connecting flights, most options are direct. Any flights headed from Barcelona to Palma go through Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN). The airport has two terminals labelled T1 and T2, with most flights departing from of T1. This includes all flights from Barcelona to Palma. While at Barcelona-El Prat Airport, travellers can shop at duty-free and at designer and sports stores. There are also many other shopping boutiques located there. It is recommended that travellers arrive two hours before their departure time and bring both a passport and photo ID. Flights landing in Palma will arrive at Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI). This hub is extremely busy in the summertime when many Europeans like to travel to the local islands. The airport is divided into four different sections which handle flights from different airlines.
Weather Conditions in Palma
Weather conditions in Palma are fairly similar to those in Barcelona. The hottest temperatures in Palma are around 25 degrees Celsius in July. March is the coldest month, on average, with temperatures of around 15 degrees. This is slightly warmer than Barcelona's coldest month. Travellers from Barcelona to Palma shouldn't worry too much about temperature differences since they can expect nearly identical weather. However, it is recommended that travellers bring protective rain gear if planning their trip around October, the month in which Palma experiences the most rain.
Getting Around in Palma
For travellers planning cheap flights from Barcelona to Palma, the most cost-effective transit option is by bus. Bus routes at the airport link passengers to destinations around the city, such as the port and arena. Other bus routes can link travellers to areas around the island, such as Cala Bona and Cala Millor. Visitors can also travel by taxis or car hires. Palma de Mallorca Airport has a dedicated taxi rank available to organise transportation to the nearby hotels. It is recommended that travellers only accept taxis in this rank which are registered and safe. Standard taxi rates in Palma are very reasonable.
Where to Go in Palma
As the only city on the Spanish island of Mallorca, Palma is truly a unique place. Those looking for an easy way to check out the surroundings can try the Palma City Sightseeing tour. This convenient bus stops at all the major local attractions, including Pueblo Español, an architectural museum which is designed to resemble a small village. The Bellver Castle is another must-see for those who are interested in local architecture. When you're ready to hit up some bars and clubs, be sure to stop by Paseo Marítimo. This hub of activity is located right alongside the Mediterranean Sea.
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