BARCELONA METRO GUIDE
From the different travel tickets and Barcelona metro fares to the opening and closing hours, from the Barcelona subway map detailed in jpg or pdf format to the presentation of each of the lines and stations that form the whole of the Barcelona metro network, find all necessary information on our Barcelona subway mini guide in order to plan all routes from places to monuments of Barcelona.
Red, green, purple, orange, brown and more colors, the Barcelona metro 12 lines of which the whole network is managed by the TMB (Transport Metropolitan de Barcelona) except for the lines 6, 7, 8 and 12 which are managed by the FGC (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat), run on the whole of Barcelona and sububs on more than 120 Km and link no less than 151 stations. The metro of Barcelona which has existed since 1924 and which own 3 automatic lines is the second largest metro network of Spain.
Barcelona metro - Line 1The line 1 of the subway of Barcelona extends of Hospitalet de Bellvitge until Fondo on a total of 30 stations among which 14 links towards other lines. The line 1 allows the access to numerous of inescapable of Barcelona such as las Ramblas, Montjuic district, as well as Ciutadella park.
Hospital De Bellvitge
Rbla Just Oliveras
Plaça de sants
Arc de Triomf
Fabra i Puig
Torras i Bages
Baro de Viver
Barcelona metro - Line 2The line 2 of the subway of Barcelona extends of Paral-lel until Badalona with a total of 18 stations among which 8 links towards other lines. The line 2 allows the access to numerous of inescapable of Barcelona such as Barcelona's bullrings, Passeig de Gracia avenue, as well as the Sagrada Familia.
Passeig de Gràcia
Bac de Roda
Artigues Sant Adrià
Badalona Pompeu Fabra
Barcelona metro - Line 326 stops among which 16 correspondences from the Zona Universitaria station to Trinitat Nova. The Barcelona metro line 3 guides you at the foot of the most beautiful places and parks of Barcelona such as the park Guell, Catalunya place, la plaça Espanya, port Vell, as well as the Royal palace park.
Plaça del Centre
Passeig de Gracia
Vall d' Hebron
Barcelona metro - Line 4The line 4 of the subway of Barcelona along Beaches and cross the Gothic district, passes through 22 stations among which 8 correspondences. This line (yellow) serves the access to the great monuments and places of Barcelona such as the Cathedral, the aquarium of Barcelona, the zoo, or the Olympic port.
Guinardo I Hospital de Sant Pau
Passeig de Gracia
Ciutadella Vila Olimpica
Selva de Mar
El Maresme / Forum
Barcelona metro - Line 5From Cornella Centre station to Vall d'Hebron, the line 5 of the subway of Barcelona consists of 25 stations and 12 correspondences. The line 5 also leads to the feet of the Sagrada Familia , of the Paseo de Gracia, and Diagonal avenue. This is the line which will give you access to the FC Barcelona stadium.
Plaça de Sants
Sant Pau Dos de Maig
Camp de L'arpa
El Coll la Teixonera
Barcelona metro - Line 6From Plaça Catalunya toSarrià, the Barcelona underground line 6 consists of 8 stations which, among the Barcelona best places, give access to Plaça Catalunya, to The Ramblas, and the district of Gracià.
Les Tres Torres
Barcelona metro - Line 7From Plaça Catalunya too, the line 7 which consists of 7 stations to Avinguda Tibidabo get to the foot of the Ramblas of Barcelona, Gracià district, and brings you closer to the Barcelona amusement park Tibidabo.
Barcelona metro - Line 8
From Barcelona Plaça Espanya to Moli Nou - Ciutat Cooperativa, the line 8 gives access, among the great monuments and places of Barcelona, to Montjuic district, and the Espanyole stadium. Like the lines 6 and 7, the line 8 is part of the FGC network.
- Plaça Espanya
- Magoria La Campana
- Ildefons Cerdà
- Europa Fira
- Sant Josep
- L'Hospitalet Av Carrilet
- Cornella Riera
- Sant Boi
- Moli Nou - Ciutat Cooperativaaaaaa
Barcelona metro - Line 9The line 9 that extends from La Sagrera to Can Zam for the northern part and from Zona Universitaria to Aeroport T1 for the southern part is the Barcelonametro line wich lead to the Barcelona airport T1 and T2 . At the end of its development, the line 9 will consist of 52 stations.
Line 9 North
Onze de Setembre
Line 9 South
Can Tries I Gornal
Europa I Fira
El Prat Estacio
Barcelona metro - Line 10
Between La Sagrera and Gorg subway stations, the Barcelona metro line 10 consists of 6 stations.
This line has links towards line 1, 2, 5 and 9.
Onze de Setembre
Metro de Barcelone - Ligne 11
The Barcelona metro line 11 travels from Trinitat Nova station to Can Cuiàs and has links with lines 3 and 4. The line 11 has only 5 stations.
Casa de l'Aigua
Torre Baro / Vallbona
Barcelona metro - Line 12
The Barcelona metro line 12 between Sarrià and Reina Elisenda station. Connected with the line 6, the line 12 has only 2 stops.
BARCELONA METRO TICKET PRICE
From the ticket valid only for an individual journey to the unlimited travel card during 30 days, evey stays in the Catalan capital can be adapted at the large choise of transport tickets to visit Barcelona by subway.
Barcelona metro ticket prices zone 1
|Transport tickets ||Prices
|T10, 10 travels card
|T50/30, 50 travels during 30 days
|T70/30, 70 travels during 30 days
|T Dia, unlimited travels during 1 day
|Hola 2 Dias, unlimited travels during 2 days
|Hola 3 Dias, unlimited travels during 3 days
|Hola 4 Dias, unlimited travels during 4 days
|Hola 5 Dias, unlimited travels during 5 days
|TMes, unlimited travels during one month
|T Trimestre, unlimited travels during 90 days
BARCELONA METRO MAP
Jpeg or pdf format, our Barcelona detailed metro map and its 12 lines indicates how to get to the most important places of Barcelona by subway.
Barcelona metro map
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BARCELONA METRO TIMETABLES
The Barcelona subway lines run 7 days a week, from Monday to Sunday.
It opens its doors every day from 5 am to midnight or 2 am based on certain day and events, and runs non stop from saturday to sunday.
Barcelona subway timetables
|Barcelona metro opening days ||Schedules
|From Monday to Thursday
||From 5 am until midnight
|Fridays and festive day before
||From 5 am until 2 am
|Sundays and festive days
||From 5 am to midnight
HOW TO GET TO ... BY METRO
Click on the Barcelona best places and monuments that you wish to visit, and discover how to get there by métro.
Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Situated in the district of the Eixample, the Sagrada Familia, catholic minor basilica of Barcelona, is one of the monuments most visited of the city. An Incredible construction in the monumental proportions and in the meticulous decorations ; one of the architectural projects the most crazy about Antoni Gaudi.
Zoo of Barcelona
Barcelona zoological park
Our friends animals also form an inescapable part of the city of Barcelona. Just a few meters away the beaches of Barcelona, large number of animal species make an appointment with you.
FC Barcelona stadium
To come and live the exceptional atmosphere of a match of the Barça at the Camp Nou, among tens of thousand supporters, subway Collblanc, and follow people to the FC Barcelona stadium.
Barcelona Gothic quarter
Get to the Gothic quarter of Barcelona via Urquinaona metro station and go of to explore a labyrinth of alleyways where places, museums, churches, Roman remains and architecture that chart the history of the most popular and oldest district of Barcelona.
Barcelona Port Vell
The oldest harbour of Barcelona
The old harbour (Port Vell in Catalan) is one of the marina ports of Barcelona. Follow the port Vell to return you quietly to the Barcelona Beaches with a very pleasant walk extended from the Colon place to Barceloneta.
Barcelona Guell Park
Heritage site by the UNESCO since 1994, the park Guell, one of the famous Antoni Gaudi works, is a very large garden which is divided into several floors dotted with paths, columns and magnificent mosaics ; it's also the most visited park of Barcelona.
Beaches of Barcelona
Bogatell, Barceloneta, Nova Icària, Nova Mar Bella, and Sant Sebastià, so many names as choice to come and spread your body on the beaches of Barcelona.
Restaurants, bars, and animations lead the atmosphere of some kilometers of beach nights and days.
La Plaça Catalunya de Barcelone
The most popular places in barcelona
The Catalunya place connects the Eixample district to the Ciutat Vella. This place gives access to the Ramblas, Catalunya Rambla, as well as to the Paseo de Gracia. The Catalunya place is also the headquarters of Barcelona pigeons.
Barcelona Ciutadella parc
Find time to relax and visit the 17 hectares of the Barcelona Ciutadella park, with museums, gardens, and artificial lake, from the Arc de triomf to the zoo, having great walks to join the Olympic port of Barcelona.
Barcelona Picasso museum
Situated in the Born district, the Picasso museum exposes the works of one of the biggest Spanish artists; Pablo Picasso.
Accessible by the Jaume 1 subway station, the Picasso museum opens its doors from Tuesday till Sunday from 10 am till 8 pm.
Down from its 184 metres in heights, situated in the western South of Barcelona, the hill of Montjuic offers impregnable amazing panoramic sight on the port, as well as the old town ( Ciutat Vella).
FIRA Barcelona Gran Via
Av. Joan Carles I, 64, 08908 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
Its 8 exhibition halls, 4580 parking spaces, its 2 helipads, as well as the 45 restaurants, scattered over not less than 240 000 m2, are making the Barcelona Fira Gran Via one of the biggest and most modern exhibition centre of Europe.
Casa Batllo Barcelona
The most famous house of Barcelona
With skeleton similarities and balconies which look like strongly human skulls, the Casa Batllo (From Antoni Gaudi) is easily locatable in the middle of the Paseo de Gracia.
Aquarium of Barcelona
Throught its 20 thematic basins and its exceptional oceanorium, the aquarium of Barcelona is a fantastic adventure that guides you throught a magic and mysterious world apart and run you into the more fascinating ocean's depths.
BARCELONA METRO GUIDE
From Barcelona metro fares ticket by ticket to the weekly schedule and festive days, from the Barcelona metro lines full details to the presentation of each stations and their connections, as well as a detailed subway map of Barcelona, plan your visit of Barcelona day by day.
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