Barcelona line 5 subway stations

Barcelona metro line 5

Cornella Centre - Vall d'Hebron

From Cornellà Centre to Vall d'Hebron, the line 5 of the Barcelona metro consists of 27 stations that connect with the lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 11; as well as with Tramway lines T1, T2 and T3.

Metro line 5 stops


  • 11
  • Sants Estacio

    Connection metro L3
    Access to estación de Sants
    Access to Sants bus station
    Access to Industrial park

  • 15
  • Verdaguer

    Connection metro L4
    Access to barrio de Gracia

  • 25
  • El Carmel

    No connection
    Access to Barcelona bunker

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By Barcelona metro line 5

By taking line 5 of the Barcelona metro (blue) you can get off at the Sagrada Familia station to discover the most visited monument in Barcelona, at the "Collblanc" station to follow the atmosphere of the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona's stadium), as well as at the "Diagonal" station, which leads to the Passeig de Gracia avenue with its numerous stores and monuments such as the Casa Mila and the Casa Batllo.

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Following infrastructure maintenance projects on Barcelona metro line 5, from Tuesday 25 June, until Sunday 1 September included, the segment which runs between Cornellà Centre station and Collblanc stop will be temporarily closed and substituted by buses in order to provide an identical service.

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Sagrada Familia

An incredible building of monumental proportions and meticulous decoration, the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona's emblematic and most visited monument, is one of Antoni Gaudi's most impressive architectural works.

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Casa Milà / Pedrera

Casa Milà, also known as Pedrera, which means stone quarry, is a huge house with the peculiarity of having no right angles. It also forms part of Antoni Gaudi's unmissable Unesco World Heritage monuments.

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Barcelona Camp Nou stadium

Come and experience the Barça atmosphere at the Camp Nou. With a capacity of more than 99,000 seats, the FC Barcelona's stadium, located in Les Corts neighbourhood, is one of the largest stadiums in Europe.

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Sant Pau Hospital

Largest modernist complex in the world, Lluís Domènech i Montaner's work declared UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sant Pau hospital is a group of pavilions linked by underground galleries.

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  C/ de St. Antoni Maria Claret, 167

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Windoor Cornella

Fly or skydive between friends, family or why not between colleagues, come and discover the vertical wind tunnel to experience unique sensations, just a few minutes from Barcelona by metro.

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  Av. Baix Llobregat 100, 08940 - Cornellà de Llobregat
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Passeig de Gracia

The Paseo de Gracia (Passeig de Gracia), Barcelona's fashion boulevard where monuments, exceptional architecture, restaurants and boutiques of famous brands such as Hermés, Chanel or Diesel share the 1.5 kilometres that connect Plaça Catalunya to the Gracia district.

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Barcelona Diagonal Avenue

Leisure, business, entertainment, curiosities and rest, Barcelona's Avenida Diagonal, one of the most important thoroughfares in Barcelona, which stretches from one end of the city to the other, from the Forum to the university zone, offers access to many of Barcelona's unmissable sites.

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Rambla Cataluña

Littered with shops, restaurants and terraces, the Rambla Catalunya is a pleasant stroll between Avenida Diagonal and Plaça Catalunya.

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District of Gracia

What was once a beautiful little village on the outskirts of Barcelona connected to the city by the Passeig de Gracia, Gracia is nowadays one of the most visited districts of Barcelona, very famous for its festivities, the atmosphere, as well as the Guell Park located on the heights of Gracia.

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El Palau Robert

Specialising in exhibitions dedicated to Catalan culture, the Palau Robert is first and foremost the home of the Catalan Tourist Office. Indoor events, outdoor activities; the gardens of the Palau Robert occasionally offer some outdoor festivities.

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Espanya Industrial park

Espanya Industrial park

Built in 1985 on the foundations of a textile factory, the architect Luis Peña Ganchegi represented water, earth and fire around the chimneys of the old factory. The Espanya Industrial Park groups together a wide variety of bird species around an artificial lake.

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  About Barcelona metro line 5

Light blue on the Barcelona metro map, The line 5 route runs from Cornellà Centre station in the south to Vall d'Hebron stop in the north ; this line crosses the city of Barcelona and provides important connections with other metro lines and transport systems, such as buses, trains and trams.
Among the most attractive stations of the line 5, we have Diagonal, one of the most important transfer stations, where you'll find the Avenida Diagonal and lots of shops and restaurants ; Sagrada Família, the closest station to the famous Sagrada Família basilica designed by Antoni Gaudí or Hospital de Sant Pau, which takes you close to the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, an impressive Modernista complex.
The line 5 has known continuous growth and development over the decades since its first steps such as the extension of the line 1 linking Plaça de Catalunya to the Hospital de Sant Pau, the line was extended to Camp de l'Arpa in 1967. The line 5 continued to extend northwards, reaching the Virrei Amat station in 1970 and Vall d'Hebron in 1974. In addition to that, other projects have been carried out to extend and improve the line 5 like the construction of Horta station in 2010. Currently operated by TMB, the Barcelona metro line 5 serves four municipalities.

Barcelona metro line 5 Line 5 of the Barcelona subway system (blue)

Barcelona's metro line 5 runs from Camp Nou to the most famous basilica in Spain via Sants station. From Cornella to Vall d'Hebron, line 5 has 27 stops, including 12 links to lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 10.

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