Places to visit in Barcelona by public transport
We offer you the top places to visit in Barcelona in 2, 3, 4 and 5 days so you can discover the city by metro and bus.
Visit Barcelona by public transport in 2, 3, 4 and 5 days
Discover what do in Barcelona: walk along passeig de Gràcia, built as the showcase avenue of the Catalan bourgeoisie; enter the Born, the fashionable neighbourhood of the city; stroll down the famous Ramblas of Barcelona; or relax near the seafront in Barceloneta.
With this two-day guide, we recommend you visit the modernist buildings of the Sagrada Familia, the Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and the Sant Pau modernist enclosure, works of the acclaimed architect, Antoni Gaudí.
Visit Barcelona by public transport in 3 days
Fall in love with Barcelona tourist attractions such as the Sagrada Família; the spectacle of the magic fountains of Montjuïc; the charming streets of the Poble Espanyol; or have fun at the Tibidabo amusement park, located at the highest point of the city.
With this three-day guide, you can enjoy the most privileged visits of Barcelona, and taste the most authentic spicy patates braves in the district of Sarrià.
Visit Barcelona by public transport in 4 days
Enjoy the different things to visit in Barcelona: delve into the modernist culture that permeates the city; discover the Monastery of Pedralbes; walk through the neighbourhood of Gràcia with its charming squares; or relax in the large expanse of the Parc de la Ciutadella.
With this four-day guide, you will visit the most emblematic points of the city. You will also have time to shop in the fashion boutiques of Barcelona; from exclusive labels of the district of Gràcia, to international labels of Portal de l'Àngel.
Visit Barcelona by public transport in 5 days
Visit every last corner of the city: discover Catalan cuisine at the Boqueria Market; enjoy the sunset with the magical views from the Carmel bunkers or lose yourself in Horta's enchanted Labyrinth Park.
With this five-day guide, you will live like a real local. You can get to know the main districts and restaurants of the city, and do the same activities that the people from Barcelona do at the weekend.