The Aeroport T1 metro station on line 9 Sud runs between Barcelona airport and the university area, passing through Camp Nou
To get from Barcelona Airport's Terminal 1 to the city centre, the aerobus offers a year-round shuttle service that runs between :
To get from Barcelona Airport to the city centre by bus, the aerobus offers a shuttle service available all year round that takes you to Plaça Catalunya via Plaça Espanya, Gran Via Urgell and Plaça Universitat.
The train to Barcelona from the airport is only accessible from Terminal 2. (soon T1) Renfe trains stop at Sants, Plaça Catalunya and Arc de Triomf stations. Renfe trains stop at Sants, Plaça Catalunya and Arc de Triomf stations.
Yellow and black, thanks to their colours the taxis of Barcelona are easily spotted. They can be picked up directly at the exit of each terminal.
Hola cards, unlimited access to metro, bus (tmb), tram, Montjuic funicular and trains (zone 1), from 2 to 5 consecutive days, with access to airport terminals.
If you are not at the right terminal, you have the option between metro, taxi or shuttle. The Barcelona airport shuttle service is free of charge and runs between the different terminals of the airport, 7 days a week, with a departure every 5 minutes. With the shuttle, which is green and easy to spot, count about 30 minutes between the 2 terminals with the waiting time.
A wide choice of subscriptions, cards and Barcelona metro fares for all kinds of stays and trips in the Catalan capital.
Which metro tickets to choose
By day and night, from Monday to Friday, weekend or public holiday, the metro of Barcelona adapts its timetable to each day of the week.
At what time does the metro open
From one tourist site to another, which stations, connections and colours to choose among the twelve lines of Barcelona's metro network.
Barcelona 12 lines metro map