The Barcelona metro consists of eight lines, 140 stations and over 130 rush hour trains. It operates over long hours every day throughout the city and to several municipalities in the metropolitan area.
From the metro, at Paral·lel station (L2 and L3), you can switch to the funicular, which takes you to Montjuïc, where you can enjoy the park and the Anella Olímpica (Olympic Ring).
With a fleet of over a thousand vehicles, all of which are adapted, and more than 100 lines, the bus network covers over 900 km between Barcelona and the ten cities in the metropolitan area.
This leisure service offers three routes, a special nighttime service in the summer and around sixty double-decker, open-topped buses from which take in the sites of the city.
Restored in 2007 to incorporate the most exacting safety measures and with a capacity for 2,000 passengers per hour, this fully accessible means of transport lets you see Barcelona from the sky.
Dating from the beginning of the 20th century, this tram runs1.3 km from avinguda del Tibidabo to the foot of the Tibidabo funicular.
On this coach you can leave Barcelona on a trip to discover the secrets of Montserrat, the art of Dalí, our wine and cava, the city of Girona, the best gastronomy, the best shopping and much more!