To move around the city, we recommend using public transport and alternative means such as cycling. There is nothing better to know the city than to walk its streets. If you come by car, it is preferable to leave it in a parking lot and enjoy your visit by taking the bus, subway or taxi.
Currently, Barcelona has 8 subway lines,
covering a total of 86.6 km through 150 stations.
Subway of Barcelona: www.tmb.net | Ferrocarrils of Generalitat de Catalunya: www.fgc.es
Barcelona has a fleet of more than 1000 buses that cover more than 80 lines to reach any area of the city.
Bus of Barcelona: www.tmb.net
Barcelona has a fleet of eleven thousand taxis, easily identifiable by the yellow and black colours.
Getting around the city: www.barcelonaturisme.com/Moverse-por-la-ciudad/
AIR TRANSPORT - AIRPORT
The main gateway to Barcelona for international travellers, and many nationals is Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport, located ten kilometres southwest of the city, and the second by traffic from all over Spain, with more than 50.1 million passengers in 2018. At Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport operate the world's major airlines, with direct flights to all major cities in Europe, and with numerous connections to cities on five continents.
HOW TO GET TO THE AIRPORT?
BY CAR: It takes 20 minutes.
BY SUBWAY: It takes 35 minutes. Line L9S
BY BUS: It takes 30 minutes. Bus A1, transfer to Bus 602/603