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from Buenos Aires to Barcelona

You can get from Buenos Aires to Barcelona by train, bus or flight.

Our recommendation

To get from Buenos Aires to Barcelona on 4 Dec we recommend taking a flight because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

13:00Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini12h30 05:30Barcelona El Prat Airport
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£5901One-way
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13:00Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini12h30 05:30Barcelona El Prat Airport
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£5901One-way
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13:00Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini12h30 05:30Barcelona El Prat Airport
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£6221One-way
14:15Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini23h05 17:20Barcelona El Prat Airport
1 changes
£10701One-way

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Sat
4 Dec
£590
Sun
5 Dec
£686KLM
Mon
6 Dec
£560Vueling
Tue
7 Dec
£696KLM
Wed
8 Dec
£529Iberia
Thu
9 Dec
£622Iberia
Fri
10 Dec
£662Vueling
Sat
11 Dec
£815Air France
Sun
12 Dec
£741KLM
Mon
13 Dec
£622Vueling
Tue
14 Dec
£872KLM
Wed
15 Dec
£752Iberia
Thu
16 Dec
£903Iberia
Fri
17 Dec
£851KLM
Sat
18 Dec
£899Air France
Sun
19 Dec
£1017KLM
Mon
20 Dec
£903Iberia
Tue
21 Dec
£851KLM
Wed
22 Dec
£669Vueling
Thu
23 Dec
£898Air France

Travel Information from Buenos Aires to Barcelona

distanceDistance6488 miles (10465 km)
modeAvailable travel modesFlight
fastestFastest modeFlight • £339 • 12 h 40 min
carriersPopular travel companiesopenskies

Travel 6488 miles (10465 km) by flight from Buenos Aires to Barcelona. Openskies is the main travel provider operating this trip. Travellers can even take a direct flight from Buenos Aires to Barcelona.

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