Barcelona metro map 2022

Barcelona metro map with tourist attractions

Barcelona metro map (updated in January 2022) 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 and transport between connections to access tourist attractions, squares and monuments to visit.

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Barcelona metro 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. The line 1 of the Barcelona metro network (the red line) provides access to many of Barcelona's must-see attractions such as Las Ramblas, the Montjuic district and its Olympic park, as well as the Ciutadella park, the Triumphal Arch or the various tourist sites located around Plaça Catalunya.
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 (Monumental), Passeig de Gracia, the Montjuic funicular that leads halfway up its park, 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 or the Horta Labyrinth, Plaça Catalunya, Plaça Espanya as well as the Palau Reial. The line 3 (green line) also runs along the Ramblas from Drassanes station to the Catalunya stop, providing easy access to the port and the Gothic Quarter.
Barcelona metro map line 4
The Barcelona metro line 4 (yellow line) runs through 22 stations, 8 of which have connections, along the city's beaches from Barceloneta to the Forum, passing through the Olympic port, and also through the Gothic Quarter.
The line 4 serves the accesses to great monuments and sites of Barcelona such as the Cathedral of Santa Cruz and Santa Eulalia, the Casa Batllo, the aquarium or the zoological park of Barcelona.
Barcelona metro map line 5
From Cornella Centre station to Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona metro line 5 (blue line) has 27 stations and 13 connections, including one with line 9 which leads to the T1 and T2 terminals of the airport. The line 5 also leads to the foot of the Sagrada Familia, the Paseo de Gracia, and the Avenida Diagonal. This is the line that leaves you at the heart of the main Sants train station, and will drop you off at the FC Barcelona stadium.
Barcelona metro map line 6
From Plaça de Catalunya to Reina Elisenda, the line 6 consists of 9 stations which, among the most touristic places and attractions of Barcelona, give access to Plaça Catalunya and all that connects to it such as the Ramblas, Avenida del Portal de l'Àngel, the Gothic Quarter, Passeig de Gracia or Rambla Catalunya. The Barcelona metro line 6 also leads to the very famous district of Gracià.
Barcelona metro map line 7
The Barcelona metro line 7, which connects Plaça Catalunya and its attractions with Avenida del Tibidabo, also provides easy access to some of Barcelona's must-see sites, such as Plaça Catalunya and the Ramblas.
The Barcelona line 7 brings you close to the funicular that climbs to the foot of Tibidabo, Barcelona's theme park.
Barcelona metro map line 8
From Plaça Espanya station to the Moli Nou - Ciutat Cooperativa stop, the Barcelona metro line 8 provides access, among Barcelona's must-sees, to the Plaza Espanya and its former bullring converted into a shopping centre, the Montjuic district, the Espanyole stadium and the magnificent Colonia Güell. 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 in the northern part and from Zona Universitaria to the airport T1 in the southern part, is the metro line that serves the T1 and T2 terminals of Barcelona airport. The line 9 also provides access to the Fira de l'Hospitalet de Llobregat and the Camp Nou stadium via the Collblanc station. At the end of the evolution, line 9 will have a total of 52 stations.
Barcelona metro map line 10
The Barcelona metro line 10, which runs from La Sagrera to Gorg in the northern part and from the ZAL / Riu Vell stop to Collblanc in the southern part, shares part of its route with the line 9.
The line 10 has only 6 stops for the North line and 11 stops for the South line, which facilitates access to the FC Barcelona stadium.
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.
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With the help of our Barcelona metro map, locate the squares and monuments and then discover the station you want to get to for more information.
  • Hospital De Bellvitge
  • Bellvitge
  • Av Carrilet
  • Rbla Just Oliveras
  • Can Serra
  • Florida
  • Torrassa
  • Santa Eulàlia
  • Mercat Nou
  • Plaça de sants
  • Hostafrancs
  • Espanya
  • Rocafort
  • Urgell
  • Universitat
  • Catalunya
  • Urquinaona
  • Arc de Triomf
  • Marina
  • Glories
  • Clot
  • Navas
  • Sagrera
  • Fabra I Puig
  • Sant Andreu
  • Torras i Bages
  • Trinitat Vella
  • Baro de Viver
  • Santa Coloma
  • Fondo
  • Paral-lel
  • Sant Antoni
  • Universitat
  • Passeig de Gràcia
  • Tetuan
  • Monumental
  • Sagrada Familia
  • Encants
  • Clot
  • Bac de Roda
  • Sant Marti
  • La Pau
  • Verneda
  • Artigues Sant Adrià
  • Sant Roc
  • Gorg
  • Pep Ventura
  • Badalona Pompeu Fabra
  • Zona Universitària
  • Palau Reial
  • Maria Cristina
  • Les Corts
  • Plaça del Centre
  • Sants Estacio
  • Tarragona
  • Espanya
  • Poble Sec
  • Paral-lel
  • Drassanes
  • Liceu
  • Catalunya
  • Passeig de Gracia
  • Diagonal
  • Fontana
  • Lesseps
  • Vallcarca
  • Penitents
  • Vall d' Hebron
  • Montbau
  • Mundet
  • Valldaura
  • Canyelles
  • Roquetes
  • Trinitat Nova
  • Trinitat Nova
  • Via Julia
  • LlucMajor
  • Maragall
  • Guinardo I Hospital Sant Pau
  • Alfons X
  • Joanic
  • Verdaguer
  • Girona
  • Passeig de Gracia
  • Urquinaona
  • Jaume 1
  • Barceloneta
  • Ciutadella Vila Olimpica
  • Bogatell
  • Llacuna
  • Poblenou
  • Selva de Mar
  • El Maresme / Forum
  • Besos Mar
  • Besos
  • La Pau
  • Plaça Espanya
  • Magoria La Campana
  • Ildefons Cerdà
  • Europa Fira
  • Gornal
  • Sant Josep
  • L'Hospitalet Av Carrilet
  • Almeda
  • Cornella Riera
  • Sant Boi
  • Moli Nou - Ciutat Cooperativa
  • Cornellà Centre
  • Gavarra
  • Sant Ildefons
  • Can Boixeres
  • Can Vidalet
  • Pubilla Cases
  • Ernest Lluch
  • Collblanc
  • Badal
  • Plaça de Sants
  • Sants Estacio
  • Entença
  • Hospital Clinic
  • Diagonal
  • Verdaguer
  • Sagrada Familia
  • Sant Pau Dos de Maig
  • Camp de L'arpa
  • Sagrera
  • Congrès
  • Maragall
  • Virrei Amat
  • Vilapicina
  • Horta
  • El Carmel
  • El Coll la Teixonera
  • Vall d'Hebron
  • Plaça Catalunya
  • Provença
  • Gracia
  • Plaça Molina
  • Pàdua
  • El Putxet
  • Avinguda Tibidabo
  • Sarrià
  • Reina Elisenda
  • Trinitat Nova
  • Casa de l'Aigua
  • Torre Baro / Vallbona
  • Ciutat Meridiana
  • Can Cuiàs
  • Aeroport T1
  • Aeroport T2
  • Mas Blau
  • Parc Nou
  • Cèntric
  • El Prat Estacio
  • Les Moreres
  • Mercabarna
  • Parc Logistic
  • Fira
  • Europa I Fira
  • Can Tries I Gornal
  • Torrassa
  • Collblanc
  • Zona Universitària
  • La Sagrera
  • Onze de Setembre
  • Bon Pastor
  • Can Peixauet
  • Santa Rosa
  • Fondo
  • Església Major
  • Singuerlin
  • Can Zam
  • Plaça Catalunya
  • Provença
  • Gracia
  • Sant Gervasi
  • Muntaner
  • La Bonanova
  • Les Tres Torres
  • Sarrià
  • Foc
  • Foneria
  • Ciutat de la Justicia
  • Provençana
  • Can Tries I Gornal
  • Torrassa
  • Collblanc
  • La Sagrera
  • Onze de Setembre
  • Bon Pastor
  • Llefià
  • La Salut
  • Gorg
To get to the Barcelona airport terminals, follow the line 9 on our Barcelona metro map to the aeroport T1 or aeroport T2 metro stops.
As soon as you arrive at one of the Barcelona cruise port docks, find out on our Barcelona metro map how to get the best out of your stopover.
Locate the Barcelona's railway station (Sants estacio metro station) on our Barcelona metro map, and start planning your trips.
To go to Parc Guell, Follow the green line and locate Lesseps and Vallcarca stations on our Barcelona metro map.
To get to the Sagrada Familia by metro, Locate your destination on our Barcelona metro map with monuments.
Among the must-see sights of Barcelona, locate the Montjuic hill on our Barcelona metro map and find out how to get there via the L3, L8 and L2 lines + Montjuic funicular
Follow the lines L5, L9 or L10 to Collblanc metro station and find out on our metro map how to get to Barcelona Camp Nou stadium by metro.
Barcelona's most famous square, Plaça Catalunya, can be reached by metro lines L1, L3, L6 and L7, at the Catalunya and Plaça Catalunya stops. The Urquinaona stations on lines L1 and L4, as well as the Universitat stops on lines L1 and L2, are just a short walk from Plaça Catalunya.

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How to get from Plaça Catalunya to Parc Guell

To get from Plaça Catalunya to Parc Guell by metro, simply take the line 3 (green line) from Plaça Catalunya towards Trinitat Nova to the Lesseps stop.
Then, if you want to visit other parks from Guell Park, continue on the same line (3) in the same direction and get off at the Mundet stop to visit Barcelona's Labyrinth Park.
By going backwards, still with the line 3, head back towards Zona Universitaria to the Espanya metro station to visit Montjuic Park ; and if you are looking for more parks, follow the line 3 to Palau Reial to discover the gardens of Pedralbes.

Which metro line to take to the Sagrada Familia

To get to the Sagrada Familia, take the line 2 or line 5 to the Sagrada Familia metro stations.

Barcelona which metro line to get to Camp Nou

To get to the Camp Nou stadium, choose between lines 5, 9 or 10 to Collblanc metro station.

Barcelona which metro line to go to Montjuic

To go to Montjuic by metro, choose between lines 1, 3, and 8 to Plaça Espanya ; or lines 2 and 3 to Paral-lel station to take the Montjuic funicular railway.

Which metro line to go from the airport to Barcelona

This is the Barcelona metro line 9 which serves both terminals of the airport del Prat ; It is connected to the L1, L3, L5, L8 and L10 lines, which provide access to many of Barcelona's tourist attractions as soon as you arrive at the airport, such as :
- The Camp Nou stadium (line 5) ;
- The Guell park (line 3 metro Lesseps) ;
- The Sagrada Familia (line 5 metro Sagrada Familia) ;
- Plaça Espanya (line 8 metro Plaça Espanya) ;
- La Rambla (line 3 metro Drassanes, Liceu and Catalunya) ;
- Plaça Catalunya (lines 1 and 3 metro Catalunya).

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Barcelona Tram lines

Barcelona tramway

Six tram lines that connect the city of Barcelona and its surroundings and facilitate access to many of Barcelona's tourist attractions.
Travelling around Barcelona by tram

Montjuic cable car

Barcelona Montjuic cable railway

From Montjuic Park to the Barceloneta district and its beaches, via the port of Barcelona, the cable car offers a tour of Barcelona from the sky.
Discover Barcelona from the sky

Barcelona Montjuic funicular

Barcelona montjuïc funicular railway

Barcelona Montjuïc funicular railway, the quickest access to the top of the city to enjoy exceptional panoramic views from the heights of Barcelona.
Access to Montjuic by funicular

Barcelona metro map Barcelona metro map with monuments

A map of the Barcelona metro in pdf, interactive, printable and that presents all the lines, stations and connections of the Barcelona metro in order to plan all your trips during your holidays. Browse, locate and discover how to reach your destination as quickly as possible.

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