Barcelona metro map
Barcelona metro map with tourist attractions
Barcelona metro map for ipad, or tablet, let us guide you in all your metro journeys. Click, view, zoom, and drag the Barcelona metro map from one end to the other to find out where, when, and how to change lines.
Barcelona metro map line by line
Barcelona metro map line 1
Barcelona's metro line 1 runs from Hospitalet de Bellvitge to Fondo with a total of 30 stations, 15 of which have links to other lines. Line 1 provides access to many of Barcelona's must-see attractions such as Las Ramblas, Montjuic district and the Parc de la Ciutadella.
Barcelona metro map line 2
Line 2 of the Barcelona metro runs from Paral-lel to Badalona, with a total of 18 stations, including 8 links to other lines.
The line 2 provides access to many of Barcelona's highlights such as the Barcelona Arena, Passeig de Gracia and the Sagrada Familia.
Barcelona metro map line 3
26 stops including 16 connections from Zona Universitaria to Trinitat Nova. The Barcelona metro line 3 guides you to the most beautiful squares and parks of Barcelona such as the Guell Park, Plaça Catalunya, Plaça Espanya, Port Vell and the Royal Palace.
Barcelona metro map line 4
Barcelona's metro line 4, which runs along the city's beaches and through the Gothic Quarter, passes through 22 stations with 8 connections.
This line (yellow) serves the accesses to major monuments and sites of Barcelona such as the Cathedral, the Barcelona Aquarium or the Olympic port.
Barcelona metro map line 5
From Cornella Centre station to Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona metro line 5 has 26 stations and 13 connections. Line 5 also leads to the foot of Sagrada Familia, Paseo de Gracia and Avenida Diagonal. This is the line that will take you to the FC Barcelona stadium.
Barcelona metro map line 6
From the famous Plaza de Catalunya to Reina Elisenda, line 6 is made up of 9 stations which, among the must-see sites in Barcelona, give access to the Plaza Catalunya, the Ramblas, and the very famous Gracià district.
Barcelona metro map line 7
From Plaça Catalunya to Avenida del Tibidabo, the Barcelona metro line 7 also facilitates access to some of Barcelona's most important tourist spots such as Plaça de Catalunya or the Ramblas. It brings you closer to the funicular that goes up to the foot of the Tibidabo amusement park.
Barcelona metro map line 8
From Plaça Espanya station to Moli Nou - Ciutat Cooperativa, line 8 provides access to Plaça Espanya, the Montjuic district and the Espanyole stadium, among Barcelona's must-see attractions. Like lines 6 and 7, line 8 is part of the FGC network.
Barcelona metro map line 9
The Barcelona metro line 9, which runs 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 that serves Barcelona's T1 and T2 airports. At the end of its evolution, line 9 will have a total of 52 stations.
Barcelona metro map line 10
Line 10 of the Barcelona metro, which runs from La Sagrera to Gorg for the northern part and from Foc to Collblanc for the southern part, shares part of its route with line 9. It has only 6 stations for both the North and South lines.
Barcelona metro map line 11
Barcelona metro line 11 runs from Trinitat Nova station to the Can Cuiàs stop. With connections to lines 3 and 4, line 11 has only 5 stops.
Barcelona metro map line 12
From Sarrià station to Reina Elisenda station, line 12 of the Barcelona metro has only 2 stops.