Trains are 70% more expensive in Barcelona than in Malaga.
The average meal is 40% more expensive in Barcelona than in Malaga.
A taxi fare in Barcelona is 20% cheaper than in Malaga.
Coffee is 28% more expensive in Barcelona than in Malaga.
Malaga is located in the southern region of Spain, also known as Andalusia. It is the sixth largest city in Spain and a major tourist destination. It is served by Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport, also known as Malaga Airport. Malaga Airport handles the region's 85% international traffic.
Flights from Malaga to Barcelona leave from Malaga Airport, which is 8 kilometers southwest of Malaga and has three terminals. More than 60 countries are connected to the city and its surrounding regions, thanks to Malaga Airport. It is one of the oldest airports in Spain, and has remained operational since 1919. As Malaga is an important tourist destination, the airport handles heavy traffic throughout the year.
Flights from Malaga, Spain to Barcelona take off from Malaga Airport. To reach the airport, take one of Malaga's suburban trains from the city center and you will reach the arrivals area at Terminal 3. To catch a train to the airport, go to Malaga Centro Alameda station near Tetuan Bridge. There are trains every 20 minutes and the journey takes 15 minutes. Buses leave from central Malaga to the airport often, and they drop off passengers at Terminal 3. To get a bus to Malaga Airport, arrive in front of the Hotel Atarazanas at Plaza de General Torrijos in the center of the city. Taxis and limousines are available too.
Barcelona is the second largest city of Spain and is home to some of the most beautiful buildings in Europe. With a focus on baroque, gothic, and modern architecture, you will be transported in time to a different era altogether. Yet, with its sandy beaches, pulsating nightlife, and chic cafes, Barcelona continues to be one of the most happening cities on the planet. Take the time to explore the various museums, theaters, art galleries and monuments. Do not forget to gorge on local delicacies such as crema catalana and crunchy almond biscuits at one of the many cafes. With something for everyone, Barcelona never fails to amaze its visitors.
Cheap flights from Malaga to Barcelona land at the Barcelona–El Prat Airport. From the airport, take the Rodalies commuter train to reach Passeig de Gracia station in Barcelona city center. Alternatively, hop on Barcelona Metro's L9 Sud (orange line) at Aeroprt T1 and T2 stations. There are also direct Aeroport bus transfers to Placa Catalunya, located in Barcelona city center. There are always taxis and limousines available outside all terminals of the airport, and they are an easier and quicker way to reach Barcelona city center. However, they may cost you a lot more than trains and buses.
Good service from staff
The airport is well maintained however the information signs (e.g the arrows to the gates etc.) often force the passengers to take longer ways than it could be to reach their gates etc.