Access to Joan Miro park
Connection metro L1,
Connections regional trains
Access to Plaza Cataluña
Access to the Ramblas
Access to Paseo de Gracia
Access to Puerta de Angel
Access to Gothic district
Access to Rambla Catalunya
Bordered by a very pleasant promenade that stretches from Christopher Columbus monument to Barceloneta, and reaches to the beaches of Barcelona, the Port Vell is the oldest port in the city.Virtual trip to Barcelona old port
Towards Sant Sebastià or Miramar Towers, from the World Trade Center located at the foot of the old port, discover Barcelona from the sky, between Barceloneta beaches and the top of Montjuic hill.Barcelona from the sky
In "Nou de la Rambla" street, a few steps from Colon viewpoint, the Palau Guell is one of the most beautiful works of Antoni Gaudi and contains architectural treasures and ingeniousness not to be missed.Barcelona Palau Guell little preview
Hundreds of species that share the Barcelona Aquarium in their most faithfully represented marine environment take you to the depths of the most fascinating oceans to discover a world as magical as it is mysterious.Barcelona aquarium virtual tour
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi, the parc Guell, most visited park in Barcelona, is a huge garden divided into several floors littered with alleys, columns and mosaics.Little preview of your next visit
Meeting point between Plaça Catalunya and Port Vell, the Barcelona's Rambla represents the 2 kilometres of the city's busiest pedestrian avenues, where artists, painters and musicians give the greatest tourists satisfaction.Barcelona Ramblas virtual tour
Maze of alleys between Raval and Born where museums, churches, Roman vestigations and architecture retrace the history of Barcelona's oldest district that stretches along the Ramblas from the old port to the Plaza Cataluña.Barcelona Gothic Quarter walk
Climb to the top of the Christopher Columbus monument, which is located between the end of the Ramblas and the swing bridge of the city's old port, and enjoy exceptional panoramic views of Barcelona.Book your tickets online
From its 184-metre height, which houses the remains of the 1992 Olympic Games as well as beautiful parks and museums, Montjuic Hill is one of Barcelona's most visited tourist sites, offering exceptional panoramic views.Walk on Montjuic heights
You have just made a stopover in Barcelona in the 4th largest cruise port in the world, and no matter where your boat is anchored, you will arrive at one of the 7 terminals located between the end of the Ramblas and Montjuic.How to get to Barcelona cruise port
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Built with standard track spacing, and stations with distinctive architectural and artistic characteristics, the Barcelona metro Line 3, designated by L3 and known as "Línia verda" (the green line), has an interesting and complex history ;
it is an integral part of the city's transport network.
After 4 years of works, in parallel with those of the line 1, the first section of the line L3 linking Plaça de Catalunya and Lesseps stations was inaugurated in 1924.
Through the decades, the line has been progressively extended, reaching various neighbourhoods of the city and responding to the evolution of transport needs.
During the decades between 1970 and 2000 , the line L3 has undergone several major extensions, extending its influence in the city, and was modernised several times over the years, with the introduction of new trains and the updating of signalling and safety systems.
The line L3, one of the most travelled lines of the network, not only offers connections with other metro lines, regional train, bus and tram lines, making it easier to enjoy integrated mobility in and around the city, but also access to major districts and major tourist attractions such as the Ramblas, Port Vell, Park Guell or the University Zone.
With its rich history and constant evolution, the Line 3 of the Barcelona metro illustrates the evolution of urban transport in a dynamic metropolis ; it is essential not only for the day-to-day life of residents but also for the experience of tourists visiting the city.