Barcelona metro hours are very well suited to all those who prefer simplicity and speed to travel around the city of Barcelona from one point to another day and night.
The Barcelona metro is open non-stop from Saturday to Sunday, which allows you to enjoy the exceptional atmosphere of Barcelona by night in all corners of the city, such as the port, and be able to get home on time.
From Monday to Thursday and holidays, such as New Year's Day (1 January), Pâques Monday, Sant Joan (24 May) or 11 September for Catalonia's national day, the Barcelona metro timetable is the same every day.
The metro starts running at 5 a.m. from one of the line's terminals until midnight.
On Fridays and the eve of public holidays, Barcelona metro operates from 5am until 2am the next day.
On Saturdays, the Barcelona metro opens at 5am and remains in service until Sunday night at midnight.
The metro runs non-stop all night from Saturday night to Sunday.
On Sundays, the metro continues its uninterrupted service from Saturday night to Sunday, closing at midnight on Sunday night.
On the occasion of the festivities in the Gracia district, the Barcelona metro service starts at 5 a.m. and remains uninterrupted all night.
On Christmas Eve, 24 December, the Barcelona metro timetable runs from 5am to 11pm.
The beginning and end of the Barcelona metro traffic corresponds to the times at which each of the trains of each of the ends of the Barcelona metro lines depart.
The timetable of the Barcelona Montjuic cable car changes according to the season ; it is open all year long.
- From January to February the cable car is open from 10am to 6pm ;
- From March to May the Montjuic cable car operates from 10am to 7pm ;
- From June to September the cable car runs from 10am to 9pm ;
- In October, the Montjuic cable car operates from 10am to 7pm ;
- During November and December, the cable car is in operation from 10am to 6pm.
At the end of the Barcelona metro service - 2 a.m. on Fridays and the eve of public holidays and midnight from Monday to Thursday as well as on Sundays and public holidays - you can continue your journey by public transport in Barcelona thanks to Nitbus. All the lines of the Nitbus network, with the exception of the N0, pass through Plaça Catalunya.
Between Barcelona and its first metropolitan area, the night bus network is made up of 17 lines that serve the municipalities of :
From 2 to 5 days, the Hola card is the best option to visit Barcelona without stress, with unlimited access to public transport. From metro to tram, bus (TMB) or Montjuic funicular, not forgetting zone 1 trains, the Hola Barcelona card also includes transport between airport and Barcelona city centre.