Public Transportation in Barcelona

Barcelona Metro

The Barcelona Metro is one of the most under-used resources available to tourists. It is safe to use at any time of day, it comprehensively covers most of the city and is cheap. It is open until midnight from Sunday to Thursday, until 2am on Friday and through the night on Saturday.


You can go almost anywhere in city of barcelona with Barcelona's bus. It has over 28 lines. So you might have no idea which bus should get on or you maybe lose your way sometime. But riding the bus is the perfect way to get a sense of the place you're traveling in. Barcelona's bus network runs from 5am to 11pm and also offers a lower frecuency night service.


This is a Barcelona commuter railway network that is linked with metro system in Barcelona and has train connections to outer parts of Barcelona. FGC also operate two mountain railway lines and 4 funicular mountain railways. If you would like to go to Montserrat or Colonia Guell, please take FGC from Piazza di Spagna on Llobregat line.


The Tram works again in Barcelona from 2004. This means of public transport, an alternative to the metro, that had disappeared in 1971, is today an accessible, ecological, fast and comfortable system. You can go all around the city. It is easy access to Barcelona’s major industrial areas, shopping centres and residential zones. There are 2 Tram lines in Barcelona: the Trambaix (T1, T2,T3) which runs from Francesc Macià to the towns of Sant Just Desvern, Sant Joan Despí, Sant Feliu de Llobregat and Cornellà. The Trambesòs (T4, T5, T6) covers a route from the Olympic Village to Sant Adrià de Besòs via the Forum site and arriving to Badalona. To use Tram is a great way to get around the city.


Aerobus is the bus service that connects the Barcelona Airport with the centre of Barcelona leaving every 5 minutes, every day of the year. In approximately 35 minutes can go or return to either of the Airport Terminals (T1 or T2) comfortably and economically, without having to change stations or stops. The route covers strategic stops in the city. The price of single ticket is € 5,90 and return ticket € 10,20, for return in a term for 15 days.