New Year’s Eve   

A new year gives the opportunity to get to know new places, new cultures and repeat experiences.    

We invite you to discover new corners of the Catalan geography. Shuttle2Sun takes you from Barcelona airport to Barcelona city, where you can visit the modernist wonders of the genius Antoni Gaudí, stroll through Park Güell, get lost in the Gothic Quarter, take a bite in the Born quarter and let the sun’s rays bathe you at Barceloneta beach.       

If your plane lands at Girona airport and you want to discover the essence of the city of Girona or any town on Costa Brava, just visit www.shuttle2sun.com and book your transfer. Lloret de Mar, Blanes, Platja d’Aro, and more, are waiting for you to enjoy a well-deserved holiday.       

If you decide to arrive by land, Shuttle2Sun will be waiting for you at AVE Camp de Tarragona station to take you to Salou, Cambrils, La Pineda or Tarragona, these destinations are magnificent for discovering the south of Catalonia.       

What better way to start a new year than choosing the place to enjoy your leisure time. 

Shuttle2Sun the best alternative for your transfers from the airports of Catalonia: Barcelona, Girona and Reus are waiting for you!   

New Year's Eve
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