Barcelona's tramway network is made up of a total of 7 lines, including the blue tramway, which has been inactive since 2018. Lines 1 to 3 share the south of Barcelona and serve the surrounding towns such as Esplugues, Cornella de Llobregat, or Sant Joan Despi. ; Lines 4 to 6 connect Barcelona and nearby cities such as Badalona.
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The green line, Barcelona metro line L3, offers easy access to a large number of city's must-see monuments and tourist attractions, including the old port, the Gothic Quarter, Montjuic, the Ramblas as well as the Parc Guell.Detail of the L3 metro line
The Barcelona metro line 5 (blue line) provides easy access from Sants station to the Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou stadium or the Passeig de Gracia avenue and its must-see monuments.Detail of the L5 metro line
Connected to a number of tram and metro lines, the line 9 is the only line that runs between Barcelona and the airport's T1 and T2 terminals, providing easy access to the Camp Nou, among other tourist attractions.Detail of the L9 metro line
From Plaça Francesc Macià to Plaça de les Glòries, the X1 express bus connects the two squares in just 20 minutes, making few stops near strategic sites in the city such as the Ramblas or Passeig de Gracia, to stop at the foot of the flea market.
With its open roof, the turistic bus is the most convenient way to visit Barcelona without moving. Staying comfortable, accompanied by an audio guide, and discover the city's must-see sites. From 1 to 2 days, compose your visit via the various itineraries available ; go up and down whenever you want.