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Barcelona public transport guide - metro, tram & buses


The Metro in Barcelona - an economic alternative
Metro - a good and economic way to get around in Barcelona



Metro

Barcelona has a very good system for metro (subway), buses, trams and commuter trains. It is much cheaper than, for example, London and there are a number of different tickets to choose between.

Download or print the metro map here.

Tickets for Metro and Bus

The T-10 is without doubt the best and most economical ticket you can purchase during your stay in Barcelona. The ticket costs 7.85 € and works as a punch ticket for 10 trips. It is valid for metro, bus, tram, and FGC (which is Barcelona's commuter rail network).

Your ticket is valid for 1 hour and 15 minutes, which means that during that time you can change between different lines without having to pay again.

Another good thing about the T-10 ticket is that it's not personal. If you are travelling in a group, simply punch the ticket for each person.

Each time the ticket is used, a digital code is printed on the back of the ticket. The last digit of this number indicates how many journeys remain on the ticket.

A single fare for metro, tram or bus costs €1.40.
Buses do not accept notes so make sure you buy your ticket at a metro station or bring the exact amount for the fare.

Other Tickets:
(again, the same ticket is valid for bus, tram and metro)


1 day card: €5.90
2 day card: €11.20
3 day card: €15.90
4 day card: €20.40
5 day card: €24,10


Metro opening hours:

Monday to Thursday: 5 a.m – 12 p.m.
Friday: 5 a.m - 2 a.m
Saturday: 24 hours
Sundays / Bank Holidays: 5 a.m - 12 p.m
 

 



 


  You should always be aware of pickpockets when you travel by metro. Learn how to best avoid pickpockets.

If your T-10 ticket gets damaged so that it no longer works, go to the ticket counter and ask for a new one. There you will get a new ticket with the same number of journeys that you had left.

Not keen on taking the metro? Then Barcelona Bus Turistic might be a good option.

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