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Your Guide to Joining Us in Barcelona!



Barcelona El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport (BCN) is located 12 km (7.5 mi) southwest of the city, between the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans and Sant Boi.

The airport has recently been renamed and receives its current name in homage to a Catalan politician, although it is still commonly known as Barcelona-El Prat Airport.



There are a few options for getting from Barcelona Airport to the venue.

The currency is Euro's €.

Convert currency at your bank, at the airport before you leave, or upon arrival.
Check current exchange rates at Xe Currency Exchange currency converter.

ATMs are widely available to withdraw cash. Credit cards are widely accepted. 

*For ease of payment, please let your credit card companies know where and when you will be traveling.

You may require a Visa to visit Spain if you are not a resident of a Schengen Country, details here.



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We will require the following information:
Passport name
Passport number
Phone number
Class dates
Approximate travel dates

September is a great time to visit Barcelona, with mainly sunny, warm days and pleasant nights.  The average daytime temperatures is 26°C (78°F), while average overnight temperatures drop down to 17°C (62°F.) 

Check the latest weather forecast here

What to Bring:
✔ Layers! Bring layers as the outdoor temperature and your body temperature during class, may fluctuate.
✔ Walking shoes to explore the sights.
✔ Sunscreen, a hat and bathingsuit as its still warm and sunny.
✔ Pack a light jacket or wrap for evening.  
✔ And of course, ask your body what it would enjoy wearing! 


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Catalonia Eixample 1864

Roger de Llúria, 60,
08009, Barcelona, Spain

+34 93 272 00 50

Catalonia Eixample 1864 website




About Barcelona

Barcelona is a vibrant city with plenty of things to see and do. Some popular activities are listed below, which ones are calling you?

Park Guell a whimsical park filled with colorful mosaics and sculptures, offering panoramic views of the city.

The Gothic Quarter - This historic neighborhood is home to narrow streets, charming plazas, and landmarks such as the Cathedral of Barcelona.

Picasso Museum - The museum houses an extensive collection of Pablo Picasso's art, including his early works and famous masterpieces.

La Sagrada Familia - This iconic church designed by Antoni Gaudi is one of Barcelona's most famous landmarks and a must-visit for architecture and history lovers.

Camp Nou - The Camp Nou is the home stadium of FC Barcelona, one of the world's most famous soccer teams, and offers guided tours and interactive exhibits.

Walk Las Ramblas - Las Ramblas is a busy pedestrian street lined with street performers, cafes, and shops. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Barcelona.

Joan Miro Foundation - The foundation is dedicated to the works of Joan Miro, one of Spain's most famous modern artists, and offers an extensive collection of his paintings, sculptures, and other works.


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