Getting around the city of Barcelona is very easy thanks to its public transport network, public bikes and taxis.


Mobility in Barcelona and its metropolitan area is increasingly easy thanks to its public transport network -metro, trams, buses and Generalitat’s railways-. The city also has public bicycles and more than 200km of cycle lanes, a big fleet of black and yellow taxis and also offers vehicles for rent by the hour or by the day.

You’re sure to find the type of transport that best suits your needs.

unrecognizable man using ticket to enter metro at Barcelona


There is an integrated tariff system that allows to access to different means of transport with the same ticket for 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Mother and son travelling on the subway


The Barcelona metro network is the most accessible and efficient transport system with its eight lines that can be identified by the number and colour:  L1 (red), L2 (violet), L3 (green), L4 (yellow), L5 (blue), L9N and L9S (orange), L10N and L10S (light blue), L11 (light green) and serve most of the city.



From Monday to Thursday, Sundays and holidays: 5am-12 midnight.
Friday and holiday eves: 5-2 am.
Saturdays and eve of 1/1, 24/6, 15/8 and 24/9: continuous service.
24/12: until 11 pm

Metro Barcelona underground station Provenca public transport in Spain


Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (FGC) has 4 urban lines of railroads.

Working days from Monday to Thursday, Sundays and holidays: 5 am-12 midnight.
Friday: 5-2 am
Saturdays and eve of 1/1, 24/6, and 24/9: continuous service.

Modern tram in a city alley


There are two tram lines: the Trambaix, originating in Francesc Macià and reaching towns like Sant Just Desvern, Sant Joan Despí, Sant Feliu de Llobregat or Cornellà. The Trambesòs allows to travel from Vila Olímpica to Badalona and Sant Adrià del Besós, passing through the Fòrum.

Monday to Thursday, Sundays and holidays: 5am-12 midnight.
Friday, Saturday and holiday eves: 5-2 am.

Barcelona Volvo city bus


Barcelona has more than 100 lines of buses, have one floor and are adapted for people with reduced mobility.

Most of them start at 4:25 am and end their service at 11 pm. At the stops it is shown the timetable of each one and the service frequency.

Bus in the night city of Barceloneta

Night bus

Barcelona has a night bus service. Most lines start between 10:40 and 11:40 pm, and end between 5:00 and 6:00 am. All of them have a stop around Plaça de Catalunya.

A row of rental electric bikes in Barcelona, Spain


A sustainable way of transport that many locals use to get around the city and a different way of discovering it.

Barcelona offers a network of more than 240 km of cycle lanes, as well as special signposting, traffic lights and other services. In addition to the cycle lanes, there are other roads where you can cycle: streets and areas with a 30 km speed limit, single surface streets, pedestrian zones and public parks.

Closeup of a spanish taxi car in Barcelona, Spain


There are 11,000 taxis easily identifiable by the yellow and black colors. They charge supplements for going in and out the airports, for equipment and for special nights.

Get In Touch

Mestre Enric Morera 25, 08339 Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona


Phone:  +34 937 53 27 08

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Phone: +34 937 53 27 08