How to get around in Barcelona, tips on public transport
Thousands of people use the metro, train, tram and bus network daily, so if you want to feel like a truly citizens of Barcelona, we recommend you to take a ride in one of these public transport options in our city.
Years in growth and service
The Barcelona metro was inaugurated on December 31, 1924 and has 12 lines that connect with the municipalities of the Barcelona metropolitan area Badalona Cornellá de Llobregat Esplugas de Llobregat Hospitalet de Llobregat Moncada and Reixach El Prat de Llobregat San Adrián de Besos San Baudilio Of Llobregat Santa Coloma de Gramenet.
The southern section of line 9 of the metro was inaugurated last February 12, 2016, a section that connects the city directly with the Airport del Prat, which has been a great help to smooth the influx of passengers using the metro to arrive to the airport.
Getting around in Barcelona via the metro is not complicated, it is very easy to get to the most popular tourist stations in the city such as Sagrada Familia, Plaza Catalunya, Liceu, Barceloneta and of course Paseo de Gracia and Diagonal , the closest to our 5 star hotel in Barcelona. Several metro stations have correspondence to other public transport options such as the urban bus, the funicular of Montjuïc, trains of Cercanías of Barcelona and the Tram of Barcelona. There is a special bonus for visitors called Hola BCN!; this is a one-person ticket with unlimited travel for all public transport in the city for 2, 3, 4 and up to 5 consecutive days.
Whatever way you choose to move around Barcelona, we are sure that you will make the most of l’experiència barcelonina and you will feel like a local.