Metro

The metro is the fastest and cheapest way to get around the city. The network is composed of 164 stations and 11 lines covering 123 kilometers of extension, reaching the most important places of the city. Opening times The metro operates from ...

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Ferrocarrils Catalans

This rail network groups both the city lines and the suburb lines or half distance lines such as: line Barcelona-Vallès, line Llobregat-Anoia and funicular de Gelida, Lleida to Balaguer and La Pobla de Segur. For further information on rates ...

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RENFE

The trains are both useful to get to Barcelona and to the nearby towns but also to move around the city.         For further information on rates and the RENFE network click here.

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Bus

Barcelona has a fleet of more than 1,000 buses that run more than 80 different routes, getting to both tourist sites and the most undiscovered corners of the city. Opening times The schedule of the buses varies depending on the lines, but most ...

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Teleférico de Barcelona

In Barcelona there are two ropeways, Ropeway and the Montjuïc cable car Port. Cable car in the Port: Built for the Universal exhibition of 1929, the cable car that crosses the Port of Barcelona from the Torre de Sant Sebastià, on the beach of ...

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