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Barcelona metro guide

How to use metro in Barcelona ?

How to discover the city of Barcelona by metro among the hundreds of kilometres of lines shared by the TMB and the FGC. Red, blue, green or yellow, 12 metro lines that take you from one point to another in the city; discover how to get to the feet of Barcelona's not-to-be-missed squares, monuments and sights.

Pass with unlimited metro trips

  Pass Hola Barcelona

Unlimited public transportation in Barcelona : metro, bus, tram, funicular and trains.
Airport terminal access included.

  BCN Essentials Pass

Offer which includes unlimited public transport + your tickets for access to the Sagrada Familia and the Park Guell.

  Transports Pass

Barcelona airport transfer + unlimited public transport + audio guide + 10% discount on several attractions.

  Express Card 48 H

48 hours of unlimited travel on Barcelona public transport as well as impressive discounts on many attractions.

Barcelona metro lines

Barcelona metro line 1
Hospital de Bellvitge - Fondo
30 stations - 15 connections
Barcelona metro line 2
Paral-lel - Badalona
18 stations - 8 connections
Barcelona metro line 3
Zona Universitaria - Trinitat Nova
26 stations - 16 connections
Barcelona metro line 4
Trinitat Nova - La Pau
22 stations - 8 connections
Barcelona metro line 5
Cornella Centre - Vall d'Hebron
27 stations - 13 connections
Barcelona metro line 6
Plaça Catalunya - Sarrià
8 stations - 9 connections
Barcelona metro line 7
Plaça Catalunya - Avinguda Tibidabo
7 stations- 7 connections
Barcelona metro line 8
Plaça Espanya - Moli Nou
11 stations - 5 connections
Barcelona metro line 9
L9 Nord - Sagrera - Can Zam
L9 Sud -Zona Universitaria - Aeroport T1
Barcelona metro line 10
L10 Nord - La Sagrerae - Can Zam
L10 Sud - Zona Franca - collblanc
Barcelona metro line 11
Trinitat Nova - Can Cuiàs.
5 stations - 2 connections
Barcelona metro line 12
Sarrià - Reina Elisenda
2 stations - 1 connection

Barcelona metro map

Metro timetable

Barcelona's metro lines run 7 days a week, from Monday to Sunday. It opens every day from 5 am to midnight or 2 am depending on the day and event, and runs non-stop from Saturday to Sunday.

Monday to Thursday - Sunday + holidays
From 5 a.m. to midnight
Fridays and holiday eves
From 5 a.m. to 2 a.m.
On Saturdays
From 5 a.m. to Sunday evening

Metro tickets price

From the ticket valid for 1 single trip to the 30-day card, the wide range of tickets to visit Barcelona by metro can be adapted to any type of stay in the Catalan capital.

T-casual : 10 travels
T-familiar : 8 travels
T-Grup : 70 travels
T-usual : 1 month
T-Dia unlimited 1 day
Hola 2 unlimited 2 days
Hola 3 unlimited 3 days
Hola 4 unlimited 4 days

Metro stations list

Barcelona metro stations list from A to Z, lines 1 to 12.

Barcelona from airport

To get from Barcelona airport to the centre :
- Line 9 to Torrassa then L1 to Catalunya for example ;
- Line 9 to Collblanc, and line 5 to Diagonal

Barcelona from port

To go from Barcelona cruise port to the city centre :
- Blue bus to the Ramblas then L3 to Catalunya for example, to reach the attractions around Plaça Catalunya..

Barcelona by metro

Sagrada Familia
Metro Sagrada Familia

Old harbour
Metro Drassanes

Metro Liceu

Former bullring
Metro Plaça Espanya

Plaza Cataluña
Metro Plaça Catalunya

Parque Guell
Metro Lesseps

Parque de Montjuic
Paral-lel + funicular

Gothic quarter
Metro Jaume 1

Camp Nou stadium
Metro Collblanc

Zoo of Barcelona
Ciutadella Vila Olimpica

Barcelona aquarium
Metro Drassanes

Labyrinth Horta
Metro Mudet
Guide metro Barcelona
Barcelona quick metro guide Your quick guide to visit Barcelona by metro

Barcelona metro fares ticket by ticket at weekday and holiday timetables, from all Barcelona metro lines to a presentation of each of the stations and their connections, as well as a detailed map, with our Barcelona metro guide, plan your holiday.

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