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Barcelona and Cambrils holiday which aurport?

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Barcelona and Cambrils holiday which aurport?


I have been considering a weeks holiday mid-end Sept and was looking at a few days in Barcelona and the rest somewhere on the coast.

From what I've seen so far Cambrils looks like a good destination on the coast and no too far away from Bacelona. Which airport would you recommend for this trip?


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1. Re: Barcelona and Cambrils holiday which aurport?

BCN. Cambrils is on the railway line to Barcelona and the trains serve the airport. The airport and Cambrils services converge at Estacio Sants which is on the south-west side of Barcelona so convenient for both.

If you like something exciting and have flexibility in your schedule, have a look at the La Merce top Question on the right. This happens in the last third of September. You might want to consider either working it into your time in the area - maybe go to Cambrils 1st and finish off in Barcelona.

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