Barcelona, Spain

Public transport in Barcelona includes subways, buses, taxis, Aerobus, RENFE trains, and cars for hire. Metro buses and trams run very frequently until late at night. You can also see there several cable cars, funiculars, railways, and other transport systems. Trains of the FGC (public transport system of Barcelona) are incorporated in an integrated transport system, and tickets are valid in almost all transport means.

You can purchase tickets at any metro station and FGC stations even at vending machines and pay booths. In buses, you can only buy one-way tickets from the driver. They also have this free public transport with the “Barcelona Card”. You can avail of discounts on many sights and use the card for public transport for free.

Included also in the integrated transport system are the metro, the TMB transport buses, the train, and the funicular to the Montjuic. A ticket for Zone 1 covers the entire city region, the suburbs, and the airport, and you can also reach most of Barcelona’s sight with this.

Barcelona has a dense metro system and trams run frequently. Most of the sights can be reached on foot from a metro or tram stop.