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The comforts you enjoy on flights from Seoul to Barcelona with Qatar Airways have to be experienced to be truly appreciated. They include not only a menu of delicious cuisine, but plenty of legroom and comfortable, spacious seats, a selection of quality award-winning services, and the attentions of a highly-trained and attentive cabin crew. Fly to Spain’s most exciting and colourful city in comfort and style, and arrive there ready to explore its numerous delights.
Barcelona is the quintessential Spanish city by the sea, with a breathtaking coastline and countless cultural attractions. The architecture, including the likes of Gaudi’s incredible modernistic cathedral of La Sagrada Familia, is world-famous, and the city is celebrated for its world-class dining and entertainment scenes. The historic gothic quarter can be explored easily on foot, and there are numerous shopping opportunities, from colourful markets to smart boutiques and big shopping malls. Fly here with Qatar Airways and experience the vibrancy of Catalan creativity.
As you arrive to Incheon’s International Airport to fly from Seoul with Qatar Airways, you’ll get a typically warm Korean welcome. Incheon International Airport serves South Korea’s capital, and is one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. A spotlessly clean and modern terminal is packed with facilities, and efficient, friendly staff ensure your journey starts smoothly.
The airport has won numerous awards, including being rated the best airport worldwide by Airports Council International, as the world's cleanest airport and the world's best international transit airport by Skytrax.
Transportation and parking
The huge airport is well served by its own ground transportation network, including an incredibly efficient bus service (known as the limousine bus service) which runs directly from the centre of Seoul to the airport.
The Incheon International Airport Railroad airport express (known as AREX) runs high-speed services from Gimpo Airport and Seoul to the Transport Centre next to the main terminal building.
Fleets of taxis and pre-booked limousine services run to and from the capital to the airport. Look out for the orange-coloured ‘international’ taxis, whose drivers speak English, Japanese and Chinese. Parking is plentiful, and is available for both short and long-term stays.
Arriving at Incheon International Airport
Passengers flying from Seoul with Qatar Airways depart from the main Terminal, concourse A. This is reached via two very long underground passages (Intra Airport Transit is available). The concourse has 30 gates, and six lounges for passengers to enjoy.
Facilities and amenities
The facilities available at Incheon international airport are truly extraordinary, and include a golf course, a spa, private sleeping rooms, an ice skating rink, a casino, indoor gardens and a Museum of Korean Culture.
There is also an entire mall of retail outlets supplying everything from travel accessories to clothes, perfume, toiletries and luxury goods. Its duty-free shopping mall has been rated the world's best for three years in a row by Business Traveller, and there is a huge selection of food and refreshment vendors serving everything from Korean delicacies to international cuisine of the very highest standard.
Spain’s second largest city and the capital of the fiercely independent Catalonia region, Barcelona is a unique blend of baroque buildings, ultra-modern skyscrapers and beautiful squares full of character. A cultural epicentre for southern Europe, Barcelona is an eclectic location that is full of interest.
Perfect for city breaks or a longer vacation to really explore its many riches, this unique city welcomes visitors from all over the world. Book a flight to Barcelona with Qatar Airways and fall in love with this vibrant, energetic city for yourself.
At 9pm in the evening, Barcelona has a unique landmark that enchants those who see it – the musical fountains of in Plaça d'Espanya. The Barri Gòtic or Gothic Quarter is the medieval heart of the city, but some structures date even further back to the Roman settlement of Catalonia.
A slightly more modern addition to the city’s landscape is the Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion. Originally built in 1929 but torn down less than a year later, the reconstructed version built in 1986 demonstrates how important to the history of modern architecture the original was.
Barcelona is also packed with World Heritage sites, including the striking Park Güell, the extraordinary Casa Batlló (one of Antoni Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces) and the truly stunning Palau de la Música Catalana, where you can hear some of Barcelona’s finest musicians perform. There is also a myriad of galleries to explore, as well as plenty of open spaces to relax in.
Flights to Barcelona with Qatar Airways land at Barcelona-El Prat International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Barcelona please check the visa and passport requirements.
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