Barcelona metro network

Barcelona metro

Barcelona how to get around by metro

From subscriptions, cards and Barcelona metro fares to the opening and closing hours, from Barcelona jpg or pdf metro map with tourist attractions to each lines, stations and transfers to the city's main public transport network, find informations on our Barcelona metro guide and start to plan your routes from barcelona best tourist attractions to places and monuments, by metro. With the metro of Barcelona, make your visit easier.

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BCN Essentials pass

How to visit the essentials of Barcelona

The "Barcelona Essentials pass" offer which not only includes fast-track entry to the Sagrada Familia and its interior museum, but also ticket-free access to the monumental area of Parc Guell, as well as unlimited access for 2 to 5 days to Barcelona's public transport network (metro, tram, bus, Montjuic funicular, etc.).

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Ticket prices

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From Barcelona metro ticket valid only for an individual journey to the card valid during 1 to 5 days, from a monthly to a three-monthly card, from zone 1 to zone 6, to individual and many people tickets, discover how to plan all your itineraries according to the length of your stay in Barcelona, the catalonia's capital.

Among Barcelona metro tickets
T-casual : Metro card of 10 trips in Barcelona's transport system ;
T-familiar : 1 return trip for 4 people, Great for Family Travel ;
T-Grup : Discover Barcelona as a group, 70 journeys to share ;
T-usual : Subway card valid for 30 days for personal use ;
T-Dia : Visit of Barcelona in 1 day, 24 hours of unlimited transportation ;
Hola : Itinerary from 2 to 5 days to discover Barcelona by metro ;
Single ticket : Barcelona bus or metro single trip.
Hola Barcelona metro card Unlimited access to public transport in Barcelona from 2 to 5 days
barcelona metro 48 hours pass
Barcelona Hola metro pass 2 days
The Hola Barcelona 2 days gives unlimited access to the metro, bus (tmb), tram, Montjuic funicular and FGC and Rodalies trains (zone 1), for 48 hours.
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Barcelona metro 72 hours pass
Barcelona Hola metro pass 3 days
Same concept as the Hola 2-days card, the Hola 3-days metro card gives access to the same transport as well as to T1 and T2 terminals.
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Barcelona metro 96 hours pass
Barcelona Hola metro pass 4 days
Unlimited access to metro, bus (tmb), tram, Montjuic funicular and FGC and Rodalies trains (zone 1), for 4 consecutive days.
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Barcelona metro 120 hours pass
Barcelona Hola metro pass 5 days
This card offers the same benefits as the other Hola Barcelona cards for 5 days from validation even after arrival at the airport.
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Among the different tickets and prices of the Barcelona metro, we have one-person cards that cannot be used by 2 travellers, integrated fares that give access to different public transport services in Barcelona with the same ticket, as well as integrated collective tickets that can be shared by several people.

Hola subscriptions or the Dia card are part of the integrated rates for personal use, T-familiar and T-grup tickets are also integrated but can be used by several people.

To increase the use of public transport and reduce the use of the car in the Catalan capital, The Generalitat announced on Friday 12 November that the prices of the Barcelona metro will be, for the second consecutive year, the same as the previous year and will not be increased in 2022.

Metro Hours

Barcelona metro hours
  • From monday to thursday , Sundays and festive days, the metro of Barcelona runs from 5am to midnight.
  • Fridays and festive days before the metro of Barcelona runs from 5am to 2am.
  • Saturdays, the metro runs all day long.
  • Metro map

    barcelona metro map
    Iphone, Ipad, PC, and tablets, our Barcelona metro map in PDF or JPG format adapts to all types of media to guide you from line to line in your Barcelona itinerary.

    Thanks to our map of the metro of Barcelona, among more than 151 stations and 50 connections (including 2 stops for Barcelona airport) who share the colors of the 12 metro lines of Barcelona that are divided between the TMB and the FGC, locate the tourist attractions and monuments to visit and find out more information about the station you wish to reach.

    Barcelona metro lines

    Composed of colours and numbers, the whole of the lines from 1 to 5, and 9 to 11 which constitute the Barcelona and its nearby municipalities such as Cornella, Badalona or L'Hospitalet de Llobregat metro network system, and stretch hundreds of kilometers , are handled by TMB company (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona).

    Lines 6, 7, 8 and 12 belong to FGC (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) run through Barcelona and its neighbouring towns such as L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Cornella de Llobregat, and Sant Boi.
    From Plaça Espanya (L8), Catalunya (L6 and L7), and Sarrià (L12), this lines are in connection with the lines 1, 3, 5 and 9 of the metro of Barcelona.

    Barcelona metro line 1

    Barcelona metro line 1

    The Barcelona metro line 1 extends of Hospitalet de Bellvitge until Fondo on a total of 30 stations among which 15 links towards other lines allows the access to numerous Barcelona inescapable such as las Ramblas.

    Barcelona metro line 2

    The Barcelona metro line 2 extends of Paral-lel until Badalona with a total of 18 stations among which 8 links towards other lines allows the access to numerous of inescapable of Barcelona such as Barcelona's bullrings.
    Barcelona subway line 3 stations

    Barcelona metro line 3

    With 26 stops among which 16 correspondences from Zona Universitaria station to Trinitat Nova, the Barcelona metro line 3 guides you at the foot of the most beautiful places and parks such as the park Guell.
    subway Barcelona line 4

    Barcelona metro line 4

    The line 4 (yellow) of the subway of Barcelona wich along Beaches and cross the Gothic district, passes through 22 stations among which 8 links. It gives access to great monuments and places such as the Cathedral.
    subway Barcelona line 5 stations

    Barcelona metro line 5

    From Cornella Centre station to Vall d'Hebron, the line 5 of the metro of Barcelona consists of 27 stations and 13 correspondences. The line 5 also leads to the feet of the Sagrada Familia , the Paseo de Gracia and Diagonal.
    Barcelona line 6 subway stations

    Barcelona metro line 6

    From Plaça Catalunya to Sarrià, the Barcelona underground line 6 consists of 8 stations which, among the Barcelona best places, give access to Plaça Catalunya, the Rambla and the district of Gracià.
    Barcelona subway line 7

    Barcelona metro line 7

    From Plaça Catalunya too, the line 7 which consists of 7 stations to Avinguda Tibidabo gets to the foot of the Ramblas of Barcelona, Gracià district, and brings you closer to the Barcelona amusement park Tibidabo.
    subway Barcelona line 8

    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.
    Barcelona airport subway line 9

    Barcelona metro line 9

    The 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 Barcelona metro line wich lead to Barcelona airport T1 and T2.
    Barcelona line 10 subway stations

    Barcelona metro line 10

    From La Sagrera station to Gorg station, the line 10 of the Barcelona metro has only 6 stations and shares part of its route with line 9.
    Barcelona line 11 subway stops

    Barcelona metro line 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.
    Barcelona line 12 subway stations

    Barcelona metro line 12

    From Plaça Catalunya to Sarrià, the Barcelona metro line 6 consists of 8 stations which, among the Barcelona best places, give access to Plaça Catalunya, the Ramblas and the district of Gracià.

    Packages online with Barcelona metro

    Which package with Barcelona metro to choose ?

      Barcelona Hola pass
    Unlimited access from 2 to 5 days to Barcelona's public transport: metro, bus, tram, funicular and trains, as well as access to the airport terminals.

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      Transports pass
    A package which includes the airport shuttle, unlimited use of public transport for up to 5 days, audio guide to the city and 10% discount on many attractions.

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      Barcelona Card
    In addition to unlimited travel on public transport, this pass offers free, reduced and skip-the-line access to many of Barcelona's tourist attractions.

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      Express Card 48 H
    Ideal for a weekend in Barcelona, this package offers unlimited travel on public transport, as well as impressive discounts on many attractions.

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    barcelona metro stations list

    Barcelona metro stations list

    Barcelona Metro stations from A to Z

    If you already know the name of the metro station you have to go to, if you have more or less an idea of its name, check the list of Barcelona metro stations in alphabetical order.
    By clicking on the stop of your destination, you will not only be able to find out which metro lines lead to it as well as the connections available between metro, tramway, funicular or cable car, but also what you can discover there, such as monuments, museums, restaurants or tourist sites.

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    Barcelona metro FAQ

    Questions most asked on Barcelona metro

    Rates, location, schedules, how and where to go, to help you and answer your questions as quickly as possible, we share the most frequently asked questions on our information forum about the Barcelona metro.
    What is the price of the subway ticket for a child, how the 10-trip card works, does the Hola card work from the airport ; if the answer to your search is not there, send us your request by email to

    Barcelona itinerary by metro

    Barcelona guide + metro

    Which Barcelona metro stations to get off at

    With more than 2000 years of history distribuated in 101 km2 of avenues, allays, places, and parks, the capital of Catalonia contains treasures of exceptional architectures. Middle age, the renassance, and modernism, who can't be unnoticed between the sea and mountains of Barcelona.
    With the metro of Barcelona, go to discover the kingdom of the most popular architect in the history of Spain, Antoni Gaudí, among some of which monuments of Barcelona such as the Sagrada Familia, the Casa Batlló, the Palau Guell, the Pedrera and the park Güell, are classified world heritage of the humanity by the UNESCO.

    Barcelona metro station

    Metro in Barcelona

    In use since December 1924, Barcelona's metro network which once stretched between the Catalonia square and the Lesseps station has well evolved. Nowadays, the 12 metro lines of Barcelona, managed respectively by the TMB (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona) for lines 1 to 5 and 9 to 11, and the FGC (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) for lines 6 to 8 and 12, and extending over 165 kilometers through 190 stations, place the Barcelona metro in second place as the largest metro in Spain behind Madrid.

    Winter or summer, the 12 different colored lines are equipped with air conditioning in order to make any trip to the Catalan capital much more pleasant. Thanks to its wide choice of transport tickets, there are many possibilities to visit Barcelona by metro, on very variable packages from 1 to 5 days, monthly or quarterly.
    Travelers who wish to combine bikes + metro can board with a bicycle during off-peak hours, in contrast to the Ferrocarrils and the tramway, which do not have a fixed schedule ; they can also take the subway with their dog in wearing a muzzle, also outside the peak hours. Apart from a handful of stations, the Barcelona metro is very well equipped for people with reduced mobility.

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    Link with the metro in Barcelona

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    Metrobus M5

    Bus line from Cornella to Castelldefels

    From Cornella de Llobregat to Castelldefels, through Sant Boi de Llobregat, Viladecans, and Gavà, the M5 metro bus line connects these municipalities of the Baix Llobregat with a bus every 10 minutes on weekdays; on Saturdays, public holidays and working days in August, the frequency between 2 buses increases to 15 minutes. Connected to the Barcelona metro (line L5) as well as to the R1 and R4 train lines at the Cornella stop, the link between the different stops covered by the M5 "metrobus" facilitates access to some of Barcelona's tourist sites, such as Camp Nou, from Castelldefels or Gava.

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    Transfer between airport and Barcelona city centre

    To travel from one of the Barcelona airport terminals to the city centre, and vice versa, the aerobus provides a shuttle service available all year round that makes a circuit through some strategic points of the Catalan capital such as Plaça Catalunya or Plaça Espanya, and at the same time allows connections to Barcelona's metro lines such as the L1, L2, L3, L6, L7, or L9.

    Barcelona tourist bus

    Barcelona Tourist Bus

    Discover Barcelona's most important sights by bus

    Comfortably seated in an open-top bus, with an audio guide available in more than ten languages and a map of the city, the Barcelona tourist buses will take you to the most important tourist sites of Barcelona among the 40 stops of the different itineraries suggested. Accessible from many Barcelona metro stops, the tourist bus is one of the city's transport options that allows you to visit a large number of squares, parks and monuments in Barcelona that you should not miss without having to move.

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    Barcelona X1 express bus

    Expres bus

    Connecting the 2 networks of the Barcelona Tram

    The first Espress bus line "XPRESBus X1" which runs between Plaça Francesc Macià and Plaça de las Glòries, through the city centre, connects the lines from T1 to T3 with the lines from T4 to T6.
    With links to metro lines L1, L2, L3, L4 and L5, the Express X1 bus line provides access to, among others, the Ramblas and Plaça Catalunya via by Pl Universitat station, at the Passeig de Gracia and the beautiful Casa Batllo by Gran Via station - Pau Caris, as well as the Barcelona flea market and the Las Glories shopping centre through Mercat dels Encants station.

    tramway of Barcelona

    Barcelona tramway

    Link between tram and metro in Barcelona

    Including the blue tram line that runs between the Avinguda Tibidabo metro stop and the funicular that climbs to the foot of the Barcelona theme park, the Tibidabo, Barcelona's tram network consists of 7 lines. Lines 1 to 3 serve the southern part of the city and its surrounding towns ; lines 4 to 6 connect the northern part of Barcelona and its suburbs. The link between tram and metro allows easier access to some places not served by the Barcelona metro such as the Auditori or the Forum Port of Barcelona. Each of the lines from 1 to 6 is connected to at least 2 lines of the Barcelona metro.

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    Barcelona Montjuic funicular

    Link between metro and cable car of Montjuic

    Accessible by lines L2 and L3 (Barcelona metro green line), the funicular is the fastest way to get halfway up Montjuic hill which contains a large part of parks, monuments and tourist attractions of Barcelona.
    From Paral-lel metro station, with your metro ticket, the funicular takes you in no time to the foot of the cable car that leads to the top of Montjuic, a few steps from the Joan Miro Foundation, in the heart of one of the city's must-see parks.

    Barcelona cable car

    Barcelona cable car

    Visit Barcelona from the sky

    From the top of Montjuic hill to the beaches of Barcelona, through the old port of the city, Barcelona's cable car runs back and forth between Montjuic Castle and the sand of Barceloneta on a set of four stops that give, among other things, access to the Port Vell, at the Ramblas, the beachfront or the Joan Miro Foundation. The cable car can be reached by the Barcelona metro via line 4 by getting off at Barceloneta station, the line 3 by getting off at the Drassanes metro stop, or lines 2 and 3 from the Paral-lel metro station where the funicular leads to the foot of the cable car halfway up Montjuic hill.

    Barcelona airport

    Barcelona airport

    How to get from Barcelona airport to the city centre

    Among the different public transportation options available upon arrival at Barcelona el Prat airport,, whatever your terminal (Terminal 1 or Terminal 2), the Aeroport T1 and Aeroport T2 stations on metro line 9 provide easy access to Barcelona from the airport. With Barcelona's metro line 9 you are only a few minutes away from the main tourist attractions of the Catalan capital such as the Plaça Catalunya, the Gothic Quarter or the Ramblas by taking the connection with line 1 (red line) at Torrassa station ; or the old port, the Gracia district or the Guell park via the Zona Universitariala station on line 3 (green).
    The Barcelona metro ticket price to get to Barcelona from airport T1 and T2 is 5.15 €. (2021 metro fares).

    Barcelona Sants trains station

    Barcelona Trains

    Between trains and the Barcelona metro

    Your train has just arrived on one of the platforms at Sants station ; You are in the middle of Barcelona. To start your visit to Barcelona by metro from Sants station, you can choose between line 3, which takes you to many sites to visit such as the Port Vell, the Ramblas, the Gothic Quarter or the Guell Park, and line 5, which takes you directly to the foot of the Sagrada Familia and the Camp Nou among others.
    If you arrive in Barcelona from the Estación de Francia, the nearest metro station is Barceloneta on line 4 (yellow line) ; From this station you can go to the Barceloneta district and the old port of the city (Port Vell).

    Barcelona cruise port

    Barcelona cruise port

    Reaching the metro from your stopover in the port of Barcelona

    You're welcome in the cruise port of Barcelona, and whatever your call in the capital of Catalonia takes, find out how make the most of your visit of Barcelona locating in first your access point to the city as well as the monuments of Barcelona, and their metro station, the nearest of your anchor point at port of Barcelona.

    Barcelona Vallvidrera transport

    Barcelona Vallvidrera funicular

    Reach Barcelona's peaks by Vallvidrera funicular railway

    The Vallvidrera funicular, which runs from the lower to the upper part of the Sarrià district, climbs to the top of the Vallvidrera neighbourhood without stopovers.
    Accessible via Ferrocarriles de la Generalitat (FGC) lines S1 and S2 at Peu del Funicular station, from Plaça Catalunya, the Vallvidrera funicular takes you to the foot of an exceptional landscape that brings you close to some of Barcelona's must-see sites, such as the Tibidabo theme park, the Collserola tower and the Expiatory Temple of the Sacred Heart (Sagrat Cor) of Tibidabo.

    Barcelona metro Casa Batllo

    Why Barcelona's metro ?

    A number of answers could be given to the question "Why use the Barcelona metro ? ; such as : the Barcelona metro is pleasant and air-conditioned, the lines run every day, we can move easily and quickly from one point to another, day or night, or say that the metro in Barcelona is clean.
    But there are three important points to consider to understand why it is better to visit Barcelona by public transport.

    - First of all, note that not all car models can circulate in Barcelona 7 days a week.
    In fact, Barcelona City Hall, as well as 200 other municipalities in Europe, do not authorise access to polluting vehicles in the ZBE zone (Low Emission Zone), and this with the aim of ensuring good air quality and combating climate change.
    However, Barcelona remains accessible every day of the week from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. , as well as weekends and public holidays.
    For more information about how to get to Barcelona by car at any time of the week, go to the page "VehiclesEstrangers" of website.

    - On the other hand, it's good to know that if your car complies with traffic conditions in the Catalan capital, you will have to find a place to park for each of your visits.
    Note that the city of Barcelona has many pedestrian streets, which limits the number of places where you can stop ; in addition, among the parking spaces you will find, blue or green, you'll need to calculate your journey time carefully to avoid a fine.
    Please note that payment for blue seats is for a maximum of 4 hours, and that the green spaces that were designed for the residents of the neighbourhood, but which may also be parked, the price is more expensive than the blue seats and can be credited for a maximum of 2 hours.

    - And for additional information, an essential advantage of using the Barcelona metro and other public transport services in the city, is that they can drop you off right at the tourist attractions and monuments that you want to see.

    The Sagrada Familia metro station takes you right up to the monument ;

    The Passeig de Gracia metro stop takes you to the entrance to Casa Batllo ;
    The Jaume 1 station takes you just 2 steps from Barcelona Cathedral ;
    Liceu or Drassanes stations bring you to the heart of the Ramblas ;
    The Espanya metro stop leads you to the foot of Montjuic hill ;
    The Paral-lel station is the link to the Montjuic funicular ;
    The Ciutadella Vila Olimpica stop provides access to the beaches. ;
    Fontana underground station guides you to the foot of the Gracia district ;
    The Urquinaona metro stops near the Palace of Music ;
    Tarragona station offers access at the foot of Joan Miro Park ;
    The Arc de Triomf metro station leads to the foot of its monument ;
    The Monumental station leads you to Barcelona's arenas ;

    Barcelona metro - Terms of use

    Barcelona subway conditions of use

    List of conditions for using the Barcelona metro, displayed at each station in order to make using public transport as pleasant as possible, as well as for the traveller, the company that provides the service and all passengers.
    What about the obligations of the company that manages the metro in Barcelona, it has, on the one hand, to inform passengers about how the service functions, its impact, as well as the different ticket categories and their prices.
    On the other hand, metro staff must treat passengers courteously and assist them in their requests for assistance and information by using interphones.

    - people with reduced mobility have the right to use priority seats; this group also has priority in the use of lifts.
    - In the event of an incident, the customer may decide not to continue his journey and request an equivalent ticket in exchange.
    - If the customer wishes to make a complaint using the forms provided for this purpose and available in every metro station, the company will follow up the complaint to ensure that the user receives a reply.

    As regards the customers's obligations, they will have to travel with a valid ticket (except for children under the age of 4).
    Any passenger in possession of an unvalidated ticket, a expired ticket or no ticket will be subject to a sanction. Metro tickets must be kept until exit and presented to the staff in the event of an inspection.
    Passengers should maintain a correct and respectful attitude by letting people pass on their left on the escalators, by facilitating the exit of other passengers before boarding the carriage and before the departure signal, or trying to access to the train with the pushchair folded up, for example ; they must also move around the facilities without running.
    In terms of safety, it is essential to follow the company's instructions and rules, such as not bending over or getting down on the tracks under any circumstances, do not force or obstruct the opening or closing of the metro doors, or do not travel with materials or objects that may constitute a danger or a nuisance for other passengers.
    In the metro of Barcelona, it is also forbidden to smoke, to press the stop or alarm buttons without a valid reason, to distribute advertising or sell without authorisation, or to carry out activities that are inconvenient or dangerous for other users.

    About what is allowed, dog owners may travel with their pet under the condition that it is kept on a non-extendable lead less than 50 centimetres long.
    If you're travelling by bike, you have the option of taking it with you, on condition that you use the signposted entrances and not the escalators on one side, not to disturb the passage of other travellers in the metro stations and on board the train on the other side, but also to stand in the places reserved for this purpose and not to cycle inside the metro.

    Barcelona itinerary

    Barcelona tourist itinerary by metro

    The number of tourist sites and monuments to visit in Barcelona cannot be counted on the fingers of one hand ; it is thus complicated to make the tour of all the inescapable places of Barcelona with a rather restricted timing. Anyway, with the right information that will help you move from one visit to another, start planning your itinerary according to the time you will spend in the Catalan capital.

    Barcelona gothic district photo

    Barcelona 1 day trip

    The visit of the most beautiful sites and monuments of Barcelona in 1 day is complicated unless you dedicate about 15 minutes per stage ; discover our suggestion to go through the essential of Barcelona in a limited time.

      Barcelona one day trip

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    Barcelona itinerary 2 days

    48 hours in Barcelona, either the time of a weekend, Allow you to discover a large number of parks or monuments according to your itinerary ; Follow our Barcelona itinerary from one metro station to the next to see the city's must-see sites.

      Visit of Barcelona in 2 days

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    Tour of Barcelona in 3 days

    Monuments, museums and tourist sites, in three days in Barcelona you will have time to enjoy your stay more and discover more quietly each of your visits among some ideas of itineraries from one station to another of the Barcelona metro.

      Visite of Barcelona in 3 days

    Barcelona, what to do ?

    city tour Barcelone

    Barcelona Tourist Bus

    On its various routes, the tourist bus and its audio guide in ten languages is an excellent way to discover Barcelona.
    Metro Plaça Catalunya / L1 / L3 / L6 / L7

    FC Barcelona stadium

    FC Barcelona Stadium

    With more than 99,000 seats, the Camp Nou stadium is one of the largest in Europe. Come and discover the Barça atmosphere.
    Collblanc metro stop / Line L5 - L9

    aquarium of Barcelona

    Barcelona Aquarium

    The hundreds of species that share the Barcelona aquarium will lead you into the depths of a world as magical as it is mysterious.
    Drassanes Line 3 metro stop

    Passeig de Gracia Barcelone

    Passeig de Gracia

    Bordered by luxury shops, restaurants, monuments and exceptional architecture, the Passeig de Gracia connects Plaça Catalunya and the Gracia district.
    Passeig de Gracia / Line L2 - L3 - L4

    Beaches of Barcelona

    Barcelona beaches

    Bogatell, Barceloneta, Nova Icària, or Sant Sebastià, kilometres of sand where restaurants, bars, and entertainment lead the atmosphere day and night.
    Ciutadella Vila Olimpica line 4 stop

    Ramblas of Barcelona Ramblas of Barcelona

    A meeting point between Plaça Catalunya and Port Vell, where artists, painters, restaurants and musicians share the 2 km of the city's busiest pedestrian avenues.
    Barcelona L3 Liceu metro stop

    Barcelona Montjuic hill

    Barcelona Montjuic Hill

    Montjuic Hill, where the remains of the Olympic Games, parks and museums offer exceptional views of the city, is one of the most visited tourist sites in Barcelona.
    Metro Espanya / Line L1 L3 L8

    vieux port de Barcelone

    barcelona's old harbour

    Bordered by a very pleasant promenade, the Port Vell (Barcelona's old harbour) is located at one end of the Ramblas, stretching from the Plaza Colon to the Barceloneta district.
    Drassanes station Line L3

    fetes de Gracia Barcelone

    Gracia district festival

    Every summer, during the Gracia festivities, some of the streets of the neighbourhood are disguised to give way to the creative imagination of the inhabitants.
    Barcelona Fontana metro stop (L3)

    Gothic district of Barcelona

    Barcelona's Gothic Quarter

    A maze of narrow streets located between the Raval and Born districts, where museums, churches and Roman vestiges trace the history of Barcelona's oldest district, which stretches from the old port to Plaça Catalunya.
    Barcelona Urquinaona metro stop

    Plaça Catalunya in Barcelona

    Barcelona Plaça Catalunya

    The Plaça Catalunya is the most famous and busiest square in Barcelona, intersecting with some of the most beautiful and popular avenues of the city, such as the Ramblas and the Rambla Catalunya.
    Barcelona Plaça Catalunya metro stop

    Barcelona Santa Eulalia Cathedral

    Barcelona Cathedral

    Declared as historical monument since 1929, the cathedral basilica of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, in Gothic style, is permanently inhabited by 13 geese that protect the cloister.
    Barcelona Jaume 1 line L4 stop

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    May 15th 2024 - cardboard T-mobilitat card
    Carton T-Mobilitat card new use

    Since the gradual suppression of the traditional tickets from metro vending machines, the cardboard T-Mobilitat card, which does not require prior registration and costs 0.50 euros on first purchase, is available in the stations. On many occasions, messages are broadcast to remind users that this transport pass, which allows to choose among T-casual (unipersonal 10-trip card), the T-Familiar (8 trips shareable in 30 days) as well as the T-Grup (70 journeys to share in 30 days) passes, is rechargeable and can be reused in order to keep it.

    May 14th, 2024 - Barcelona metro plans
    Plans for Barcelona's metro network

    With the aim of expanding Barcelona's metro network, improve the connections between trains, streetcars, buses and the metro, as well as facilitating public transport access to Barcelona's neighbouring municipalities and other poorly served areas, several projects have been launched and will make way for 40 new metro stations by 2030.
    What about Barcelona metro line L1 (red line), which currently runs from Fondo to Bellvitge, it is planned, on one side, the creation of 5 new stations (Montigalà; Lloreda | Sant Crist; Bufalà; Badalona Pompeu Fabra and Badalona) in the aim of connecting train and metro to Badalona by the end of 2031. On the other hand, on the other side of the line 1, the project would include an extension from Bellvitge to Prat de Llobregat, and, in addition to the existing connection at the "Torrassa" stop, would create a new connection between lines L1 and L9.
    About Barcelona's L2 metro line (Barcelona purple metro line), 2 new stations are scheduled to simplify access to Montjuic. On one side of the hill, a stop called Montjuic would be located between the Montjuic Magic Fountain and the National Palace (National Museum of Catalan Art), as well as a second stop named Foixarda which would be housed in the street of the same name, providing, among other attractions, easy access to the Poble Espanyol. On the opposite side of Montjuic mountain, the route of the extension of the line 2 would include the Foc station of the L10 line, and would pass through Fira and Parc Logistic.
    On the Green Line (line L3), which currently runs from Zona Universitaria to Trinitat Nova, the project includes, on one side, a wide extension of 8 stations to link the towns of Esplugues, Sant Just d'Esvern, Sant Joan Despi and Sant Feliu de Llobregat to the Barcelona metro network.
    - Finestrelles | Sant Joan de Déu stop will facilitate access to the Esplugues shopping mall of the same name, as well as the Sant Joan de Déu hospital.
    - Pont d'Esplugues metro station, as well as Sant Just Centre, Hospital Sant Joan Despí | TV3, Avinguda Barcelona, Sant Joan Despí i Torreblanca, Pla del Vent and Sant Feliu stops will provide access to tramway lines T1, T2 or T3, Rodalies R1 and R4 train lines or Torreblanca Park, among others.
    On the other side, at the other end of line L3, the development includes a connection between the Trinitat Nova and Trinitat Vella districts.
    Concerning the future of the yellow line, Barcelona metro line 4, which currently runs between the districts of Trinitat Nova and Sant Marti, 2 new metro stations (Santander and Estació de la Sagrera) will facilitate access to the La Sagrera high-speed train station.
    As for line L9, 3 successive phases will continue the work to link the northern and southern parts. The Lesseps, Guinardó and Sagrera-TAV stations will be the first stage of the project, the Camp Nou, Sarrià, Mandri, Sanllehy and Plaça Maragall stops will be part of the second phase of opening, then the Campus Nord, Manuel Girona and Putxet stations will form the third part of the plan.
    To complete the list of projects to expand Barcelona's metro network, The L10 line, like the L9 line, will welcome the Camp Nou station in 2027. The route's end point will be the new Motors and Pratenc stations.

    28 December 2023 - Barcelona metro prices 2024
    New Barcelona metro ticket prices for 2024

    After having maintained the same prices for three years, the price of Barcelona's metro, as well as the city's public transport services, will be increased and will continue to benefit from discounts on certain tickets.
    On the one hand, the Metropolitan Transport Authority (ATM) has announced a 6.75% increase in the price of public transport in Barcelona in 2024 ; On the other hand, after a meeting, the Spanish authorities have informed us that the 30% reduction will be maintained and that the autonomous communities will have to contribute the remaining 20%, which will allow many tickets to continue to benefit from a 50% reduction.
    To sum up, after increases and reductions applied, the price of a single trip will rise from €2.40 to €2.55, the T-Casual ticket for 10 journeys will rise from €11.35 to €12.15, the monthly card T-Usual will increase by €1.35 and cost €21.35, the trimestrial card for young people T-Jove will cost 42.70 € against 40 €, the T-Dia day pass will change from €10.50 to €11.20, the T-Familiar card designed for families will cost 70 cents more, rising to €10.70 and the metro card for groups (T-Grup) will rise from €79.45 to €84.80.

    29 November 2023 - Changes to the 1-trip ticket
    New payment method for the 1-trip ticket
    Again with the aim to eliminate the printing of Barcelona metro tickets in paper format, the transport ticket valid for 1 journey only can now be obtained using your bank card.
    Already in use on the TMB (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona) bus network, the "Bitllet senzill" (single-use ticket) is purchased when you pass your visa.
    This new payment system, which has been progressively implemented since September, and currently in the test phase in some underground stations, simply consists of swiping the contactless of your bank card over the ticket reader on the turnstiles to get access to the metro trains.
    In the event of a check, users will simply have to give the last 4 digits of the card they used to buy their Barcelona metro ticket.
    6 July 2023 - New metro in Badalona
    Extension of Barcelona metro line 1
    Before 2030, the government plans to connect the cities of Badalona and Barcelona via new metro stations on the red line.
    Currently equipped with the L10 North line, which covers various strategic points in the city of Badalona, as well as the L2 line which provides access to the Catalan capital, the project to equip Badalona with new stops by extending Barcelona's metro line L1 (red) will provide residents of this municipality a second line giving access to the heart of Barcelona and its must-see tourist attractions.
    From the Fondo station to Lloreda San Crist in the first instance, then from Bufalà to Bardalona station in a second phase, the new section of the line 1 will also connect metro and trains at Badalona Renfe train station.
    28 June 2023 - Barcelona metro prices
    Barcelona metro ticket prices stabilised
    In September 2022, the government allocated subsidies to reduce the prices of various Barcelona metro cards.
    At the beginning of 2023, these discounts were extended to encourage the use of public transport, and were due to be reviewed halfway through the year. On 27 June 2023, the Metropolitan Transport Authority (ATM) announced that the discount on the T-Usual (monthly metro card) and the T-Jove (quarterly travel card for young people under 25) would be maintained until the end of the year.
    As a result, the price of the T-Usual card (Zone 1) remains at €20 and the price of the T-Jove card (Zone 1) has stabilised at €40.
    20 June 2023 - Tram T4 under construction
    Barcelona T4 tramway line shut down
    The Barcelona T4 tramway line, which runs from Sant Adrià "Estació de Sant Adrià" to the Olympic Port "Ciutadella Vila Olimpica", and passes among other places through the zoo, the forum, the flea market and the Auditori of Barcelona, will be out of service from June 26 to August 31 due to work to connect the various Barcelona tramway lines.
    June 19, 2023 - Renovation of Barcelona metro line 4
    Service interruption between Bogatell and Verdaguer
    In order to improve service on Barcelona metro line 4 (L4), traffic on various sections will be temporarily interrupted from the end of June to the end of August.
    - During the period from June 26 to July 31, there will be no metro service between Bogatell and Verdaguer stations ; Ciutadella Vila Olimpica, Jaume 1, Urquinaona, Passeig de Gracia and Girona stations will not be served.
    - From August trains will return to running at the Ciutadella Vila Olimpica and Barceloneta stops, facilitating access to Barcelona's beaches. However, the section between Jaume 1 and Girona stations will remain out of service until August 25.
    During the periods when the various stations on metro line 4 are closed, alternative transport (buses) will be available. You can still get to Passeig de Gracia station via the L2 and L3 lines, and Urquinaona via metro line L1 (red); service on other lines will be reinforced.
    4 April 2023 - Vall d'Hebron Sant Genis metro station
    Vall d'Hebron metro stop becomes Vall d'Hebron Sant Genis
    As mentioned by the ATM (Autoritat del Transport Metropolità) in 2022, in order to provide more information about physical spaces and to make the names of some tram, train and metro stations in Barcelona more understandable in relation to their location, some station names would be revised.
    As a result, from 1 April 2023, the Vall d'Hebron metro station, which is served by the L3 and L5 metro lines, will become Vall d'Hebron - Sant Genis.
    14 February 2023 - Access from Plaza de les Glories Catalanes closed
    temporary closure of the access to the Glories stop on line 1
    The progress of the works in the Plaça de les Glories park requires the temporary closure of the access to the Glories metro station from the square.
    As a result, from 13 February, and for an estimated period of 8 months, the Glories stop on line 1 of the Barcelona metro will be inaccessible until October from the plaza de les Glòries Catalanes.
    8 February 2023 - end of the mask in the metro
    Mandatory masks are no longer required in Barcelona metro
    After months of compulsory wearing of the anti-covid mask in the Barcelona metro, as well as in all public transport in the city, this is no longer the case from today; trains, taxis or metro, transport users can once again travel unmasked.
    12 January 2023 - Electric scooters in the metro
    Temporary ban on electric scooters in the metro
    After one of these vehicles caught fire in a Ferrocarrils (FGC trains) carriage last November, it was decided that each operator of Barcelona's different public transport networks (metro, trains, buses) would prohibit users of personal mobility vehicles (PMVs) from boarding, at the risk of receiving a €200 penalty for non-compliance.
    A proposal to regulate the access of these facilities to public transport will be developed by the ATM (Autoritat del Transport Metropolità).
    28 december 2022 - Package delivery in the metro
    Get your order delivered in the metro of Barcelona
    In order to improve the environmental impact of delivering packages at home, the TMB (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona) and the InPost group (Europe's leading home delivery company) are implementing a package delivery system at various stations on the Barcelona metro.
    In the immediate future, Fondo (Lines 1 and 9), Arc de Triomf (Line L1), Santa Coloma (Line 1), Clot (Lines L1 and L2), Maria Cristina (Line L3), Bogatell (Line L4), Horta (Line L5) and Sants Estació (Lines L3 and L5) stations will be equipped with lockers to facilitate e-commerce deliveries.
    28 december 2022 - New Barcelona metro ticket prices
    Barcelona metro 2023 ticket prices
    From September to December 2022, the government had introduced a number of subsidies aimed at reducing the price of Barcelona's transport tickets in order to make it easier to travel by public transport in Barcelona.
    As these subsidies are extended for the year 2023, tickets benefiting from this reduction (such as the monthly pass) will remain at the same price as the previous year.
    As a result, from 1 January 2023, the prices of the Barcelona metro will be the same for the T-Usual card (metro card valid for 30 days), which will remain at 20 euros; the single ticket for 10 journeys (T-Casual) will not change and will remain at 7.95 euros; and the price of the T-Jove card (90 consecutive days for those under 25 years old) will remain at 40 euros.
    11 July 2022 - Line 3 under renovation
    Liceu and Drassannes metro stations under construction
    For renovations, metro line 3 traffic at Liceu and Drassanes stations will be disrupted.
    - In the first time, between 11 and 19 July, the metro will not stop at the Liceu station in the direction of Zona Universitària ; at the same Liceu station, the metro will not stop in the direction of Trinitat Nova between 20 July and 31 July.
    The V13 and 59 buses are an alternative way to travel between Catalunya, Liceu and Drassanes.
    - In a second time, from 1 to 17 August, the line 3 will operate from Zona Universitària to Paral-lel and from Liceu to Trinitat Nova, but the traffic between Paral-lel and Liceu metro stations will be interrupted ;
    Bus lines D20, H14, V13 and 59 can be used as an alternative to reach the Paral-lel and Liceu metro stations.
    27 June 2022 - Barcelona metro fares reduced
    50% discount on Barcelona metro prices
    In response to the crisis, the government has adopted a project to reduce fares on the Barcelona metro and on all public transport in the city. As a result, from 1 September 2022 until 31 December 2022, the price of the T-Usual, T-Casual, T-Jove, or Senzill card will be reduced by 50%.
    - The T-Usual, the monthly card and the most used ticket in Barcelona's public transport system, will be reduced from 40 to 20 euros ;
    - The T-Casual, the single 10-trip metro card, will be reduced from 11.35 to 5.70 euros;
    - The T-Jove transport card will be reduced from 80 to 40 euros ;
    - The Senzill ticket, valid for a single use, will be reduced from €2.40 to €1.20.
    Partial closing of the line L5
    Summer 2022, partial closure of the line 5 for infrastructure upgrades.
    In order to improve the infrastructure of Barcelona's metro line 5, the traffic of the blue line (L5) will be disrupted from 1 July to 31 August.
    - At Sagrera station, the service remains normal for lines L1, L9 and L10 ; while the line will only operate in the direction of Cornella centre.
    - The Congres, Maragall, Virei Amat and Vilapicina metro stops will be out of service.
    - The Horta metro station will operate towards Vall d'Hebron from 1 to 31 July ; from 1 to 31 August, this one will be out of service ;
    - From 1 to 31 August, El Carmel stop will be active only in the direction of Vall d'Hebron.
    Barcelona metro line 2 extension project
    Connection of the line 2 with Barcelona metro lines L3, L9 and L10
    A project under study which consists of widening the Barcelona metro line 2 to connect the Sant Antoni and Parc Logístic stations via a 6.3 km tunnel which would cross Montjuic in a section of 6 new stations.
    The new segment of the line 2 will allow, among other things, access to the Montjuic fountains via the Montjuic station, or the Olympic ring accessible via the La Foixarda station.
    This extension will facilitate access to the centre of Barcelona from the airport del Prat thanks to the connection with the line 2 which, among other things, serves the Sagrada Familia, the Passeig de Gracia, and takes us to the Plaça Catalunya and the Ramblas via the Universitat metro stop.
    May 25th 2022 - A new Barcelona metro card switches to magnetic format
    The T-Casual in digital format
    A new barcelona metro card is getting a makeover to join the digital format of T-Mobilitat. It is now possible to load the 10-trip T-casual card (formerly called T-10) at any TMB ticket dispenser, which joins the T-Usual card (valid for all your journeys for 30 days on the integrated operators' transport), the T-Jove card and the T-Familiar card (8-trip card for travelling with several people at the same time with a single ticket).

    According to estimates, by 2024, the plastic T-Mobilitat card, which will replace the paper transport card, will be available throughout Catalonia.
    May 15th 2022 - Where is my metro in Barcelona
    Setting up a system to locate your metro
    In order to inform passengers about the waiting time for the next metro train to arrive on the platform, some Barcelona metro stations are equipped with display panels that indicate at which stations the next metro trains on the line are located.
    May 10th 2022 - Some metro stations change their name
    Metro, tram and train stations change names
    In order to avoid confusion and to provide more information on the same physical spaces that may or may not be served by different operators, The ATM (Autoritat del Transport Metropolità) has decided to change the names of 21 train, metro and tram stations.
    It has been decided, and this before the end of 2022, that stations which allow a connection between two operators, or not, will have to bear the same name ; and therefore two unconnected stations (separated from each other) cannot have the same name.
    As a result, four metro stations and one tram stop will change their names :

    - The old metro station Fabra i Puig and the train station (Rodalies) Sant Andreu Arenal become Fabra i Puig ;
    - The former metro station Sant Andreu and the train station (Rodalies) Sant Andreu Comptal will be named Sant Andreu ;
    - The former Clot metro stop and the Clot Arago stop of the Rodalies train are renamed El Clot ;
    - The former metro stop Torre Baro Vallbona and the train stop named Torre Baro become Torre Baro Vallbona ;
    - Bellvitge metro station changes its name to Bellvitge Rambla Marina ;
    - Barcelona's port metro station, Drassanes, becomes La Rambla - Drassanes ;
    - Vall d'Hebron station changes to Vall d'Hebron - Sant Genis ;
    - The Congress metro station has been renamed Congress - Indians;
    - The LlucMajor metro changes its name to Llucmajor - Repùblica ;
    - and Wellington tram station on line 4 becomes Wellington/UPF.
    Travaux pour rénovation de la ligne 5
    Out of service stops on the blue line
    Due to infrastructure improvements on line 5, from 9 to 18 April, traffic on the blue line will be disrupted :
    - Sant Pau Dos de Maig, Camp de l'Arpa, Congres, and Virrei Amat stations will be closed ;
    - The Diagonal stop will only operate in the direction of Cornella Centre ;
    - Verdaguer and Maragall stops will be accessible via line 4 ;
    - The Sagrada Familia metro station will be available via line 2;
    - La Sagrera can be reached by metro lines L1, L9 and L10;
    - and the Vilapicina station will only operate towards Vall d'Hebron.
    Three new stations on line 10
    Extension of line 10 to the port of Barcelona
    From 7 November 2021, the Barcelona metro will introduce 3 new stations to extend the L10 line to simplify access to the port area and the Zona Franca industrial zone. In continuation of the Zona Franca station, the new stations :
  • Port Comercial / La Factoria
  • Ecoparc
  • ZAL/Riu Vell
  • Will provide easy access to the port of Barcelona for over one million passengers annually.
    The Barcelona metro timetable
    Return to normality
    After a step-by-step return to the pre-pandemic Barcelona metro timetable : from 5 a.m. to midnight from Monday to Thursday, from 5 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays and the eve of public holidays, it is the metro schedules, without interruption from Saturday to Sunday, to return to their usual time slot.
    Since the weekend of 10-11 August, Barcelona metro traffic is continuous on Saturday to Sunday nights.
    Ticket T-Mobilitat
    Barcelona's metro ticket will soon be digital
    For a better operating system and simplified access to public transport, Barcelona's metro ticket goes digital. Smart cards, cell phones or connected watches, in various forms of digital media, the entry in the public transport of the Catalan capital will be done in contactless, in combination with the use of the various current metro tickets, the time to set up the transition. Subway of the city, Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (FGC), Rodalies de Renfe (trains), streetcar and bus system adapt the equipment of each station, points of attention and transportation in order to implement the contactless ticket, with all the advantages of the integrated system in force among the 800 public transport lines in Barcelona, in the near future.
    Barcelona Ernest Lluc metro station
    The last station of line 5
    On Sunday 25 July 2021, the new Ernest Lluch metro station on line 5 was opened. This new station on the blue line of the Barcelona metro, which connects the cities of Barcelona and Hospitalet de Llobregat, will facilitate access to the T1, T2 and T3 tram lines.
    The Ernest Lluch metro station is only a short distance from the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona stadium), and also provides easy access to the Sagrada Familia, Sants station and the Passeig de Gracia at Diagonal station, by following the line 5 towards Vall d'Hebron.
    Extension of the line 4
    New stations on the yellow line
    From one of its terminals to La Sagrera station, the new metro stations of the yellow line will link the La Pau stop to La Sagrera station in connection with lines 1, 5 and 9. The two new metro stations, Santander, estación de La Sagrera Alta Velocitat, will provide easy access to the northern part of Barcelona, as well as to the high-speed train station and the metro line to Barcelona airport.
    Extension of line 8 of the Barcelona metro
    From Plaça Espanya to Gracia neighbourhood
    A project to extend metro line 8, which currently connects the towns of Sant Boi, Cornella de Llobregat and L'Hospitalet de Llobret, to the city of Barcelona consists initially of linking the Montjuic district at Plaça Epanya (the current end of line 8) to the Gracia district.
    With the additional 3.5 kilometres of track connecting Plaça Espanya and Gracia station (plaza Gal∙la Placídia), the line 8 will provide access to line 5 via the Entença stop as well as to the T1 T2 and T3 tram lines at Francesc Macià station.
    Third section of the line 9
    From Barcelona airport to the city centre
    12 stations, from Zona Universitària to Sagrera, will form the 3rd section which will connect the Barcelona metro lines 9 North and 9 South.
    The Zona Universitària, Campus Nord, Manuel Girona, Prat de la Riba, Sarrià, Mandri, El Putxet, Lesseps, Travessera de Dalt, Sanllehy, Guinardó-Hospital de Sant Pau and Plaça de Maragall metro stations in this extension will make it easier to connect line 9 with lines L3, L4 and the tram.
    With this new section of line 9, it will be possible to go directly from the airport to the Parc Guell (Lesseps metro station), the Parc del Guinardo or the Sarrià district, among others.

    Barcelona airport metro fare

    transport between barcelona airport and the city centre

    Train, bus, taxi, shuttle or metro, there are many options for getting around between Barcelona airport and Barcelona city centre.

    - The train leaves from Sants station, where you can connect with lines 3 and 5 ; The line 3 takes you to the most touristic areas of Barcelona such as the Ramblas, Parc Guell, Plaça Catalunya or the Gothic Quarter, while the line 5 takes you to the most important monuments such as the Sagrada Familia or the Camp Nou.
    - The taxis, always available at each exit of the T1 and T2 terminals of the airport, will take you to the four corners of Barcelona.
    - The Aerobus, a shuttle bus that runs back and forth between Barcelona airport and Plaça Catalunya with a few stops at Plaça Espanya or Plaça Universitat.
    - The metro which runs on line 9 will connect you to lines L1, L3, L5, L8 and L10, thanks to which you will be able to access a multitude of monuments, squares, parks and tourist sites in Barcelona. To access Barcelona airport's Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 by metro, it is necessary to pay the fare that gives access. The metro price for Barcelona airport is 5,15 Euros (2021), this rate is already included in the Hola bcn, T-Dia, T-Usual, T-Grup, T-Jove, T-16, Targeta Rosa or T-4 cards.

    How to travel in Barcelona by metro

    Discover Barcelona from Badalona
    How to get to Barcelona from Badalona
    Badalona, Barcelona's closest city and third most populated municipality in Catalonia, has many metro lines and stations to take you to the heart of the Catalan capital.
    As well as the R1 line of Barcelona's suburban trains and the L2 and L10 North lines, Badalona has a number of stops where you can cross the Besos river and reach many of Barcelona's must-see sights and monuments.
    From the Artigue Sant Adria, San Roc, Gorg, Pep Ventura or Badalona Pompeu Fabra stations on Barcelona's L2 metro line, you can reach the city centre, its Gothic Quarter, Plaça Catalunya and its surroundings, such as Las Ramblas, without changing trains, by following the line to Universitat station; this stop is just a few steps from the city's most famous square, from where you will have easy access to a wide range of attractions.
    With the line 2 from Badalona, you can get to Montjuic by getting off at the Paral-lel stop, which connects with the Montjuic funicular, which in turn connects with the cable car that climbs to the top of the hill, offering breathtaking panoramic views.
    To visit the Sagrada Familia from Badalona, take metro line 2, which leaves you at the foot of Barcelona's most visited monument; simply get off at the Sagrada Familia stop.
    Like the Sagrada Familia, the Passeig de Gracia can be reached directly from the station of the same name, located at the foot of one of Antoni Gaudi's most beautiful monuments, The Casa Batllo.
    To get to Barcelona's bullring using the L2 line from Badalona, get off at the Monumental stop.
    To get to the beaches, Camp Nou stadium, Parc Guell or the old port, you will need to change lines :
    - To get to one of the beaches around the Olympic Port, change at the La Pau stop and follow the L4 line to Ciutadella Vila Olimpica station.
    - The Camp Nou stadium can be reached by taking the L5 or L9 lines. Then, take the L2 line to Sagrada Familia station and follow your itinerary to Collblanc station, which leads to the FC Barcelona stadium.
    - The Parc Guell and the old harbour are located on the green line (line L3) at the Lesseps and Drassanes stops. To get to either of these destinations from Badalona, take the L2 line to Passeig de Gracia, and then get off at the Lesseps metro station to go to Parc Guell, or the Drassanes stop to visit the city's old port.
    - If you're close to Badalona train station, line R1 of Barcelona's suburban trains gives you quicker access to the centre of Barcelona at Barcelona Plaça Catalunya station. The Arc de Triomf stop takes you to the foot of the Arc de Triomphe, not far from Parc de la Ciutadella.
    From Cornella to Barcelona
    How to get to Barcelona from Cornella
    From the L5 and L8 metro lines to the trains and trams that run to Barcelona, Cornella de Llobregat has excellent public transport links.
    - To get back and forth between Sants station and Cornella, you can choose between the Barcelona metro line 5, which runs from Sants Estacio station to Cornella Centre at a total of 11 stations, or the R1 and R4 lines of Renfe trains, which also run to Sants station.
    - To get to the Camp Nou stadium, you just need to take the blue line (L5) to the Collblanc stop, or you can also take the T1 and T2 Barcelona tramway lines to the Avinguda de Xile or Palau Reial tram stations.
    - If you want to visit the Sagrada Familia from Cornella, it's easy: just take the Barcelona metro line 5 to the Sagrada Familia metro station.
    - To get straight to Barcelona's most popular sights, such as Plaça Catalunya, the Ramblas, the Gothic Quarter and Passeig de Gracia, you just need to take the train from the Cornella stop to Barcelona-Plaça de Catalunya station.
    - If you want to get to Barcelona's beaches by metro, from Cornella take the line 5 to Verdaguer, then continue on the yellow line (L4) and get off at the Ciutadella Vila Olimpica stop, which leads to the beaches along the Olympic port, or the Barceloneta metro stop and walk a little to get to the beaches in the district of the same name as the metro stop.
    Still in the option of reaching beaches from Cornella, you can also take the 77 bus line which goes to the beaches of Gava. or the R1 train which goes to the beaches of Badalona and many other towns on the north coast of Barcelona.
    - If it's the Parc Guell that you want to visit, you'll need to change to the L3 (green) line, which you can catch at Sants Estacio or Diagonal, and follow it to Lesseps station.
    - The easiest way to get from Barcelona airport to Cornella (and vice versa) is by bus 77; you can also get there by train, changing at Sants station and continuing your journey with line R2 North, which leaves you at terminal T2.
    To get from Cornella to the airport by metro, you'll have to switch between lines L5 and L9 or L8 and L9; if you choose the L5 line, you'll have to change at the Collblanc stop to continue with the L9 line; on the other hand, if you take the L8 line, you'll have to connect with the L9 line at the Europa Fira stop. Please note that not all Barcelona metro tickets give access to the Prat airport terminals ; check our "metro Barcelona fares" page to see whether your ticket gives you access. If not, you can always buy a ticket from one of the ticket machines inside the terminal stations in order to pass through the gates.
    - To get from the Plaça Espanya bullring to the heights of Montjuic, via the Olympic Games sites, the Palau Sant Jordi, the National Palace or Barcelona's Botanical Gardens, from Cornella, simply take the Barcelona L8 metro line to the Cornella Riera or Almeda stops, then follow it to Plaça Espanya.
    Routes from the ramblas by metro
    Getting around from the Ramblas in Barcelona
    The Ramblas are very well served by the L1, L3, L6, L7 lines of the Barcelona metro, as well as the train and many buses day and night.
    From the Ramblas, without having to take any form of transport, you can easily get to the port which forms one end of the Ramblas, the Gothic Quarter which runs along the Ramblas from top to bottom, Plaça Catalunya which forms the other end, numerous museums such as the Marine Museum and the Wax Museum, as well as monuments such as the Palau Guell and the Colon Tower.
    To enlarge your visit, take the green line (L3), which takes you to Parc Guell by getting off at Lesseps station, to Casa Batllo by getting off at Passeig de Gracia station, to Casa Mila by getting off at Diagonal station, or Espanya to admire the old bullring converted into a shopping centre and the Olympic installations at Montjuic.
    If you wish to continue your discovery of the city via the L1 line, still from the Ramblas, follow it to Arc de Triomf, which will leave you just a few steps away from the beautiful Ciutadella park.
    But if you want to visit the Sagrada Familia from one of the metro stops on the Ramblas, you have to take the L3 line to Passeig de Gracia or Paral-lel and change to the L2 line to the stop at the foot of the Sagrada Familia.
    From sants train station
    Visit Barcelona from Sants station
    Sants station, which takes its name from the district in which it is located, is served by the L3 and L5 metro lines.
    Thanks to the green (L3) and blue (L5) lines of the Barcelona metro, many of the city's sights and tourist attractions can be reached without a connection.
    - To get to Parc Guell from Sants Estacio metro station, you just have to take the line 3 to Lesseps station ;
    - To get from Sants Estacio metro stop to Plaça Catalunya, take the line 3 to the Catalunya station ;
    - To get to the port of Barcelona from Sants train station, take the green line (L3) and get off at the Drassanes stop ;
    - If you want to get to Montjuic, you have several options via line 3 ; Exiting at the Espanya metro station, you arrive at the plaza of the same name which drops you off at the foot of the hill just a few steps from the Olympic games complex ; Exiting at the Paral-lel stop, continue your ascent of Montjuic with the funicular to reach the top where you can enjoy exceptional views of Barcelona and go higher with the cable car to reach the Montjuic Castle
    - To cross the Gothic Quarter, from Sants station, the L3 line gives you several options among the Catalunya station (upper part of the quarter, at the foot of Plaça Catalunya), the Liceu station (located in the heart of the Ramblas), and the Drassanes station (lower part of the Gothic Quarter, at the foot of the port of Barcelona) ;
    - To get to the Gracia district, depending on where you are going, you can choose between the Diagonal, Fontana, or Lesseps metro stations ;
    - If you plan to visit the FC Barcelona stadium, and you arrive by train via Sants station, take either the line 3 and follow it to Palau Reial station, then continue on foot you are not far away ; or the line L5 from Sants station to Collblanc stop ;
    - If your destination is the Rambla (Las Ramblas), you have the same choice as for the Gothic Quarter among the Catalunya, Liceu and Drassanes stations ;
    - The access to the Casa Batllo or the Casa Milà, which are part of Antoni Gaudi's architectural masterpieces and Barcelona's must-see monuments, is via the Diagonal station for the Casa Mila, which leaves you on the upper part of Passeig de Gracia, and the Passeig de Gracia station to get to the foot of the Casa Batllo.
    Estacio de Francia metro stop
    Which metro to go to Estacio de Francia train station
    The "Estacio de Francia", one of the main medium and long-distance train stations, is located at the foot of the Barceloneta district and can be reached via the Barceloneta metro station on the L4 line (yellow line).
    From Parc Guell to Sagrada Familia
    How to get from Parc Guell to Sagrada Familia by metro
    The "Lesseps" metro station, which allows you to access Parc Guell, is on the line 3 (green line) of the Barcelona metro. To make the journey from Parc Guell to Sagrada Familia, stop at the Lesseps station and take the line 3 in the direction of Zona Universitaria to Diagonal and then take the line 5 in the direction of Vall d'Hebron to the stop with the same name as the monument you wish to visit.
    The Sagrada Familia can also be reached from Parc Guell by taking line 3 to Passeig de Gracia and then taking the line 2 to Sagrada Familia.
    Barcelona mobile world congress metro
    How to get to Barcelona mobile world congress
    The Barcelona mobile world congress 2022, which will take place on dates from Monday 28 February to Thursday 3 March, will be held at the Fira Gran Via in Hospitalet de Llobregat. To get there, you can choose between lines 8 (Europa Fira metro stop) and line 9 (Europa Fira or Fira metro stops) of Barcelona metro network.
    - If you are coming from the airport, whatever your T1 or T2 terminal, take line 9 and follow it to the Fira metro stop.
    - If you arrive by train from Sants station, take the line 5 (blue line) towards Cornella Centre to Collblanc station and then take the line 9 towards the airport to get off at Europa Fira or Fira stations to attend the MWC Barcelona 2022 event.
    Barcelona mobile world congress to city centre
    From Barcelona mobile world congress to city centre
    If, after the mobile world congress, you would like to go to the heart of Barcelona to discover its touristic attractions and enjoy the atmosphere, take the Barcelona metro line 8 from the Europa Fira stop to Plaça Espanya station and change to line 1 (red) to Catalunya and find yourself at the foot of the city's most famous square, which gives access to the Ramblas, the Gothic Quarter and its magnificent Cathedral, or the Passeig de Gracia, just a few steps from the Casa Batllo. You can also change with the line 3 (green) still at Espanya station, and follow it towards Trinitat Nova to Drassanes to get off at the Port Vell where stands the Christopher Columbus monument, to the Fontana stop to discover the Gracia district, or the Lesseps station to visit the Guell park.
    Barcelona cruise port to airport
    Get to airport from Barcelona cruise port by metro
    to get to the airport of Barcelona from cruises port, by metro, start by taking the shuttle bus that runs back and forth between the port's docks and the beginning of the Ramblas, where you'll find the closest metro station to the cruise port. The Drassanes line 3 metro stop. Follow this line to Zona Universitaria and change to line 9 which leads to the T1 and T2 terminals.
    Barcelona Diagonal Avenue metro
    Access to Barcelona Diagonal Avenue which metro
    Barcelona's Avenida Diagonal is very long, stretching from the Forum to the Zona Universitaria, and as a result has many access points via the Barcelona Metro.
    With the line 4 you can get to the Forum, which marks the beginning of the avenue ; with the line 1 you can get to the avenue at the plaza de Les Glories ; the line 5 takes you to the Verdaguer station near the Passeig Sant Joan and the Diagonal stop which takes you to the foot of the Passeig de Gracia. The line 3 also takes you to several access points such as the university area, the Palau Real and the Gracia district.
    Gaudi monuments Barcelona metro
    How to get to Barcelona Gaudi monuments by metro
    To visit many of the parks and monuments designed by Antoni Gaudi, take the Barcelona metro line 3 which takes you to the foot of many of the Barcelona's must-see attractions, such as Parc Guell at the Lesseps stop, Casa Mila (Pedrera) at the Diagonal metro station, the impressive Casa Batllo at the Passeig de Gracia station, or Guell Palace at the Drassanes stop. To visit the Sagrada Familia, change lines and take the L2 or L5 to get off at the Sagrada Familia metro station ; to get to the Crypt of the Colonie Güell, go to Plaça Espanya and continue with line 8 to Moli Nou Ciutat Cooperativa.
    Barcelona's Gothic Quarter which metro
    Get to Barcelona's Gothic Quarter by metro
    There are plenty of options for visiting the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona by metro :
  • Take line 1 and get off at the Urquinaona station, which is a few steps from Plaça Catalunya, or Catalunya station that leaves you at the foot of the most famous square in Barcelona.
  • With the line 3, The 3 metro stops Catalunya, Liceu and Drassanes, which run along the Ramblas from Plaza Catalunya to the port, give access to different points of the Gothic Quarter.
  • With the line 4, get off at the Jaume 1 subway station, which plunges you into the heart of the Gothic Quarter, a short distance from the magnificent Santa Eulalie Cathedral, Santa Maria del Mar and the Picasso Museum.
  • Sagrada Familia from the port
    How to get from the port to the Sagrada Familia metro station
    To get to the Sagrada Familia from the port, take the line 3 (Barcelona metro green line) and follow it to the Paral-lel station, going towards Zona Universitaria. Then look for the line 2 and go in the direction of Badalona Pomeu Fabra until the Sagrada Familia metro station.
    From airport to Barcelone center
    How to get from Barcelona airport to the city center
    To get to the center of Barcelona from El Prat airport, take line 9 South, which passes through terminals T1 and T2, and then connect with line 1, for example at Torrassa station.
    With the red line (1) you can go to Plaça Catalunya and many other tourist sites in the city center such as the Gothic Quarter or Passeig de Gracia. To go from Barcelona to the airport, go the other way around and get to terminals 1 or 2 of Barcelona airport, you will need to take line 9 South which connects with lines 8 (Europa Fira), 1 (Torrassa), 5 (Collblanc) and 3 (Zona Universitaria).
    Sants station from the airport
    How to get to Sants station from airport
    To get to Sants station from Barcelona airport, take line 9; Barcelona's main Sants station can be reached by taking line 5 and changing at Collblanc station in the direction of Vall d'Hebron, or by taking line 3 and changing at Zona Universitaria to Trinitat Nova.
    Barcelona cruise port metro stop
    Nearest metro station to the Barcelona cruise port
    When your ship calls at the port of Barcelona you are not far from the city center. Geographically, you are located between Monjuic and Las Ramblas. A bus shuttles you from the docks to the beginning of the Ramblas where you can get to the Drassanes metro station on line 3, which will take you to many of Barcelona's tourist attractions such as Plaça Catalunya, Park Guell, Montjuic or the FC Barcelona stadium.
    Barcelona Montjuic hill metro
    Montjuic Barcelona how to get there by metro
    The hill of Montjuic is accessible by several access points: metro, funicular or cable car :
    - To get to Montjuic by metro in Barcelona, take the L1, L3 or L8 lines to Plaça Espanya; your visit begins at the foot of the MNAC ;
    - To get to Montjuic by funicular, go to the Paral-lel metro station with lines 2 or 3 ; your visit to Montjuic will begin in the center of the hill ;
    - To get to Montjuic by cable car, go to the Drassanes metro stop, where the cable car will take you to the same level as the funicular, or to the top of Montjuic at the foot of Barcelona Castle.
    Barcelona beaches metro stations
    How to go to Barcelona beach with metro
    This is the line 4 of the Barcelona metro that will take you to different points of the beach of Barcelona :
    - To get to Barceloneta beach, get out at Barceloneta metro station ;
    - To go to the beaches of Bogatell or Nova Icaria, get out at the Ciutadella Vila Olimpica station ;
    - To get to the Forum beaches, go to the El Maresme / Forum metro station ;
    - Barcelona's beaches can also be reached through other Barcelona metro stations, such as Llacuna or Bogatell, but you will have to walk.
    Barcelona Camp Nou metro stops
    How to get to Camp Nou stadium by metro
    To reach the Camp Nou stadium with the Barcelona subway, you can take lines 5 or 9 and get off at Collblanc station. If you are on the Diagonal side, get off at Maria Cristina station on line 3 and take Avenida Joan XXIII which leads to the Barça stadium.
    Barcelona Ramblas from Sagrada Familia
    How to get to the Rambla by metro from Sagrada Familia
    To get to the Rambla of Barcelona (Ramblas), by metro, take the L5 line from Sagrada Familia to Diagonal, then the L3 line towards Zona Universitaria to the stop of your choice :
    - Catalunya: Start of the Ramblas at the foot of the famous Plaça Catalunya ;
    - Liceu: metro station that leads to the Liceu theater, located in the heart of the Ramblas ;
    - Drassanes: metro station, located at the end of the Ramblas, on the Port Vell side.
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