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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.
The Barcelona metro consists of eight lines, 165 stations and 162 rush hour trains. It operates over long hours every day throughout the city and to seven municipalities in the metropolitan area.
Funicular de Montjuïc
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).
Montjuïc cable car
The cable car links the funicular station to the top of Montjuïc mountain on a run 750-metres above the ground. Look over the city from the sky as you climb to Montjuïc Castle.
Barcelona Bus Turístic
See Barcelona's most emblematic landmarks from the official sightseeing bus: Sagrada Família, Park Guell, La Pedrera, Camp Nou, La Rambla, Montjuic ... and many more.
Catalunya Bus Turístic
Guided tours departing from Barcelona that let you discover Montserrat, the art of Dalí, wine and cava culture and the city of Girona, and enjoy a luxury shopping experience.
Barcelona Night Tour Bus
A night-time tour that leaves from Plaça de Catalunya and shows you the lights and colours of the city's most famous landmarks: the Casa Batlló, the Pedrera, the Sagrada Família, the Agbar Tower, the Columbus statue and the Poble Espanyol, amongst others.
Barcelona Christmas Tour
A bus night tour through the most representative places and monuments of Barcelona, especially illuminated for Christmas.
Temporarily out of service. Get to Tibidabo on a historic tram like they did in days gone by.