How to Get to Benicassim from Barcelona

We get a lot of people asking how to get to benicassim from Barcelona. Barcelona Airport is an ideal entry point to spain. Barcelona Airport has frequent flights from the following UK Airports:
Belfast International (BFS) / Birmingham (BHX) / Bristol (BRS) / Cork (ORK) / Dublin (DUB) / East Midlands Nottingham (EMA) / Edinburgh (EDI) / Leeds Bradford (LBA) / Liverpool (LPL) / London City (LCY) London Gatwick (LGW) / London Heathrow (LHR) / London Luton (LTN) / London Stansted (STN) / Manchester (MAN).

However how do you get to benicassim festival from Barcelona Airport?

Barcelona to Benicassim by Bus

Benicassim organisers run a bus service from Barcelona Airport direct to Benicassim Festival. Barcelona is 280km away and should take about 2 1/2 hours by bus. Ticket prices for Barcelona to Benicasssim Coach Prices will be confirmed nearer Benicassim 2012.

Barcelona to Benicassim by Train

You can get a Train from Barcelona to Benicassim. A regular service runs direct to the Benicassim Train Station. Tickets go on sale 3 months before the festival. Trains are run by Renfe is the spanish national railway company. The train from Barcelona Airport to Benicassim takes about 3 hours. Train Tickets are about 40 euros return.

Barcelona to Benicassim by Road

Why not get a hire car and drive to benicassim, which is a 280 Km drive from Barcelona which should take 2h 30 m. Just take the Motorway AP-7 to Castellon then the Highway N-340 to benicassim.

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One comment on “How to Get to Benicassim from Barcelona

  1. I am attending the festival in Benicassim in July but need to return to Barcelona on Sunday 21st Julyto catch a flight home. Are there trains running on a Sunday and is there a timetable, how much for a one way ticket and how long would the journey take?
    I would appeciate your help in this regard.


    Freda Canavan

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