Public Transportation in Barcelona

Metro

Referred to by many as the best way to get from one place to the other within the city, the Metro is easily recognized with a large “M” and the frequency of the lines are very often. 

Lines:
•    L1 – Red Line – From Hospital de Bellvitge to Fondo
•    L2 – Purple Line – From Paral-lel to Pep Ventura
•    L3 – Green Line – From Zona Universitaria to Canvelles
•    L4 – Yellow Line – From Trinitat Nova to La Pau
•    L5 – Blue Line – From Cornella Centre to Horta

Bus

With a transport fleet of over 1,000 different buses operating on over 80 routes, it is safe to say that there are plenty of bus options for transportation in Barcelona.

Single Ticket: The price for a single ticket is 2.15 Euros.
T-10: The price for the T-1O ticket is 9.95 Euros and is good for 10 journeys.
Day Passes: These tickets are good for either 2,3,4 or 5 days.

FGC

The FGC public transportation stands for Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat and is operated by the Catalan government. 

Lines: There are 3 different lines including L6, L7 and L8


Tram

The Barcelona Tram is a great option for those looking for a quick, comfortable and easy access option to Barcelona’s major industrial areas, residential zones and shopping centers. 

Lines:
•    Trambaix – From Francesc Macia to the town of Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Sant Joan and Sant Just Desvern.
•    Cornella – From the Olympic Village to Sant Adria de Besos via the Forum site and arriving to Badalona.

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Bicycles

There are several public bicycle rentals available for anyone and can be rented for a full day, half of a day or even by the hour.