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Barcelona metro

From T10 travels card to subscriptions for 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 days, find there every Barcelona metro fares and start planning your itinerary, by subway depending the length of your stay in Barcelona.
From monday to thursday the Barcelona metro hours are from 5am to 0. Saturdays, the metro runs all day long. Sundays and feast days from 5am until 0 ; and Fridays 5am to 2am.
Iphone, Ipad and tablets, our metro map of Barcelona adapts itself to every type of support to be with you during your travels in Barcelona. Download your Barcelona metro map and enjoy your visit.
metro network of Barcelona
Barcelona by metro
Where your visit of Barcelona starts
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Barcelona airport arrivals
From the airport to Barcelona city

Your plane just arrived at one of the Barcelona airport terminals ; You are in the Prat de Llobregat, only 15 kilometres from the Barcelona city centre.
Find out how to get to barcelona from the airport via the different modes of transport of Barcelona that will bring you closer to the most important monuments, and plan your holidays.
Barcelona cruise port
Barcelona cruise port
How to get to Barcelona city centre from the port

You're welcome in the cruise port of Barcelona, and whatever your call in the capital of Catalonia takes, find out how make the most of your visit of Barcelona locating in first your access point to the city as well as the monuments of Barcelona, and their metro station, the nearest of your anchor point at port of Barcelona.
METRO BARCELONA - every Barcelona metro stations
Barcelona metro stations list
Every Barcelona metro stations, from A to Z

Discover the complete list of the Barcelona metro stations in general from the line 1 to 12 in alphabetical order and then click on your destination to know which line you will have to take, how to get there and what you could find there.
BARCELONA METRO TICKET PRICES
BARCELONA METRO TICKET PRICES BY ZONES
Tickets
zone 1 zone 2 zone 3 zone 4 zone 5 zone 6
T10
10.20 20.10
27.40
35.25
40.50
43.05
T70/30
60.90 88.05
120.75
147.90
169.35
183.70
T Dia
8.60 13.10
16.45
18.40
20.60
23.05
T Mes 54.00 72.70
102.00
124.90
143.35
153.55
T Trimestre 145.30 196.50
275.25
337.15
386.80
414.40
Barcelona metro rates vary from the ticket for one trip to the quarterly card valid for an unlimited number of trips between the area 1 and 6. From the ticket for only one person to the travel card that can be shared, here are a few examples of the Barcelona metro tickets prices.
BARCELONA METRO MAP
Barcelona metro map
Barcelona metro map, more than 151 stations and 50 connnections, among them 2 stops to the airport of Barcelona, fall into colours of the 12 lines that share the TMB and the FGC.
BARCELONA METRO SCHEDULES
Barcelona subway timetables
Barcelona metro opening days
Schedules
From Monday to Thursday From 5 am until midnight
Fridays and festive day before From 5 am until 2 am
Saturdays Non stop
Sundays and festive days From 5 am to midnight
The Barcelona metro lines run 7 days a week from Monday to Sunday ; From Saturday morning to Sunday night, the subway of Barcelona circulates non-stop on the lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10 and 11.
Barcelona metro under work (Summer 2019)

- Owing to the line 1 renovation, the section between Clot and Fondo stations (10 stops), will be closed from June 29 to August 30 and will be replaced by a bus service.

- Due to maintenance work on the line 2, from july 27 to August 30, service interruption from Paral lel to Sagrada Familia metro stop (6 stations).

- On the line 5, Pubilla Cases metro stop will be closed from July 29 to September 1st to the work of the future Ernest Lluch metro station.
practical information on the metro !


- In cases of doubt, in order to check that you take the line of the metro in the right direction, each Barcelona metro platforms are equipped with signs that will inform you about your direction as well as how much time is remaining for the next.

- Some lines such as the line 9 and the line 10 share the same platform in few stations and, displays , multiple final destinations.
BARCELONA TOURIST GUIDE
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With more than 2000 years of history distribuated in 101 km2 of avenues, allays, places, and parks, the capital of Catalonia contain treasures of exceptional architectures, Middle age, the renassance, and modernism, who can't be unnoticed between the sea and mountains of Barcelona.

Make the town easier with the metro of Barcelona and go to discover the kingdom of the most popular architect in the history of Spain, Antoni Gaudí, chief representative of Catalan Art Nouveau. Some of which monuments of Barcelona such as the Sagrada Familia, the Casa Batlló, the Palau Guell, the Pedrera and the park Güell, are classified world heritage of the humanity by the UNESCO.
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Its geographical situation, its climate, Its beaches, and the number of monuments places and museums to visit, rank the city of Barcelona as a key destination of the tourism in Europe. Barcelona, the Capital of Catalonia, which keeps large number of traces of artists and masters of the architecture such as Gaudi, Picasso and Dali, can be visited from a station to an other one of the subway of Barcelona.
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Barcelona most beautiful parks tour

Between sky and sea, from Tibidabo to the park of Ciutadella, Barcelona proposes one very large numbers of parks on hundreds of hectares where famous names such as Gaudi, or Miro, left their borrows.
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Musées de Barcelone

De l'art moderne à l'art contemporain, de la fondation Joan Miro au musée national d'art de la Catalogne, des oeuvres de Picasso aux incontournables constructions d'Antoni Gaudi, ainsi que de l'histoire de la Catalogne à celle du club du FC Barcelone, partez à la découverte des musées les plus visités de Barcelone.
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Barcelona beach

Bogatell, Barceloneta, Nova Icària, Nova Mar Bella, and Sant Sebastià, so many names as choice to come and spread your body on the beaches of Barcelona.
Restaurants, bars, and animations lead the atmosphere of some kilometers of beach nights and days.
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Barcelona Port Vell
The oldest harbour of Barcelona

The old harbour (Port Vell in Catalan) is one of the marina ports of Barcelona. Follow the port Vell to return you quietly to the Barcelona Beaches with a very pleasant walk extended from the Colon place to Barceloneta.
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Camp Nou Barcelona
FC Barcelona stadium

To get to the Barcelona Camp Nou stadium and live the exceptional atmosphere with the Barça during one match among tens of thousand supporters, subway Collblanc, and follow people to the FC Barcelona stadium.
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Ramblas of Barcelona

Ramblas, one of the most frequently used avenues of Barcelona, separates the Gothic district (barrio Gotico) and the district of Raval. Its 2 kilometers of inescapable walk extend from the Plaça Catalunya to the port Vell group artists, musicians, painters, and a large number of shops.
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Barcelona Gothic quarter
(Barrio Gotico)

Get to the Gothic quarter of Barcelona via Urquinaona metro station and go of to explore a labyrinth of alleyways where places, museums, churches, Roman remains and architecture that chart the history of the most popular and oldest district of Barcelona.
Barcelona metro - How to get to
Questions most asked on Barcelona metro
- Stopover at Barcelona, nearest metro station from Barcelona cruise port
When your boat will dock in Barcelona cruise port, You're not far away from the city centre. geographically, you are somewhere between Monjuic and las Ramblas. shuttle bus service runs from port quays to the end of La Rambla where you can find Drassanes metro station.
- How to get to Camp Nou stadium by metro
To get to Barcelona Camp Nou stadium by metro, you can get lines 5 or 9 and get off at Collblanc station. If you are near Diagonal, get off at Maria Cristina on the line 3 and join Joan XXIII avenue which leads to FC Barcelona stadium.
- How to go to Sants station Barcelona airport
From Barcelona airport get the line 9 ; the Barcelona Sants station is reaching by the line 5 with a connection at Collblanc station in the direction of Vall d'Hebron, or from the line 3 with a connection at Zona Universitaria in the direction Trinitat Nova..
- Which metro to sagrada familia
The Sagrada Familia is the monument most visited of Barcelona ; to get there you can choose between metro lines 2 and 5 which lead you to Sagrada Familia metro station stop.
- From barcelona airport to city centre
To get to Barcelona city centre from the airport, take the line 9 Sud which run to terminals 1 andt 2 and take the line 1 at Torrassa stop. By the red line (1) you can get to Plaça Catalunya and more turistics places in Barcelona city centre..
- Barcelona Mobile World Congress from the airport
To get to Barcelona Mobile World Congress located at Fira d'Hospitalet , just follow the line 9 Sud to Fira station or Europa Fira which drop you at the foot of the Mobile World Congress of Barcelona.
- From Barcelona to airport by metro
To make the journey back from city centre to Barcelona airport terminals 1 and 2 you will have to take the line 9 Sud whcih is connected with lignes 8 (Europa Fira), 1 (Torrassa), 5 (Collblanc) et 3 (Zona Universitaria).
- How to get to Montjuic Fira from Barcelona airport
Barcelona Montjuic Fira is located at the foot of Espanya place. From the airport of Barcelona, take the line 9 Sud in direction of Zona Universitaria and change at Europa Fira station with the line 8. From this station, Follow the line 8 to (Plaça Espanya).
BARCELONA METRO - TICKET, HOURS AND MAP

Every Barcelona subway stations having its own personality, depending what you'll find there. get an idea right now about what you could discover where you 'll down. From Barcelona metro ticket prices to timetables and map, with metrodebarcelone simplify your visit of Barcelona.

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Barcelona subway line 1
Barcelona metro line 1
Hospitalet de Bellvitge - Fondo
30 stations - 15 subway transfer station
Barcelona metro network line 2
Barcelona metro line 2
Paral lel - Badalona Pompeu Fabra
18 stations - 8 subway transfer station
line 3 of Barcelona metro system
Barcelona metro line 3
Zona Universitària - Trinitat Nova
26 stations - 16 subway transfer station
line 4 of Barcelona underground metro system
Barcelona metro line 4
Trinitat Nova - La Pau
22 stations - 8 subway transfer station
line 5 of Barcelona underground metro system
Barcelona metro line 5
Cornella Centre - Vall d'Hebron
25 stations - 13 subway transfer station
Barcelona underground line 6
Barcelona metro line 6
Plaça Catalunya - Sarrià
8 stations - 8 subway transfer station
Barcelona underground line 7
Barcelona metro line 7
Plaça Catalunya - Avinguda Tibidabo
7 stations - 7 subway transfer station
Barcelona underground line 8
Barcelona metro line 8
Plaça Espanya - Moli Nou-Ciutat Coop
11 stations - 4 subway transfer station
Barcelona subway line 9
line 10 of Barcelona underground metro system
Barcelona metro line 10
La Sagrera - Gorg
6 stations - 6 subway transfer station
line 11 of Barcelona underground metro system
Barcelona metro line 11
Trinitat Nova - Can Cuiàs
5 stations - 2 subway transfer station
line 12 of Barcelona underground metro system
Barcelona metro line 12
Sarrià - Reina Elisenda
2 stations - 1 subway transfer station
METRO OF BARCELONE

Composed of colours and numbers, the whole of the lines from 1 to 5, and 9 to 11 which constitute the Barcelona metro network system, and stretch hundreds of kilometers , are handled by TMB company (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona).
Barcelona metro transports
FERROCARRILS (FGC)

Lines 6, 7, 8 and 12 belong to FGC (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) and cross Barcelona. From Plaça Espanya (L8), Catalunya (L6 and L7), and Sarrià (L12), this lines are in connection with the lines 1, 3, 5 and 9 of the metro of Barcelona.
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