Barcelona's subway map

Barcelona subway map is a diagram showing the lines and stations of the Barcelona subway.
They run through the beautiful city of Barcelona and make it easy to reach the most famous buildings in the city.
The subway lines are identified by distinct colors for better legibility of your route. Some lines allow you to connect to other forms of public transportation such as trams or buses.
There's nothing like visiting the city of Barcelona without being stuck in traffic. Less polluting, less tiring, opt for the subway and other public transportation. It is now an essential means of transportation for travel in a large city like Barcelona.

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Barcelona Subway's map
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More Information About the Barcelona Metro

The metro system in the city of Barcelona is a network consisting of 12 metro lines with over 180 stations. It forms a rail network of over 160 km. The Barcelona metro network will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2024.

To travel from the airport, you can take Metro Line 9 and head to the center of Barcelona. Alternatively, you can take a bus shuttle that transports you between the airport and the city of Barcelona. To travel to the airport, you will need the special airport ticket called Billete Aeropuerto. You also cannot use the T-Casual ticket for Barcelona Airport metro stations.

The different metro lines in the city.

Tickets and subscriptions below are valid for the tram, buses, and metro.
There are also weekly, monthly, or annual subscriptions if you reside for an extended period.
The Barcelona underground metro is open from 5 am to midnight during the week and until 2 am on weekends.

Metroville allows you to have a specific subscription for your stay in Barcelona. Public transport tickets are valid for all metro, bus, tram, or ferrocarril journeys.

  • €2.40: Ticket price
  • €5.15: Airport metro ticket price (Billete Aeropuerto)
  • €11.35: 10 journeys.
  • Free for children under 4 years old.

/!\ Attention: The Barcelona metro is closely monitored.
So, do not try to travel without a ticket.
Controls are frequent.

The most ambitious project is the construction of Line 9, which currently has a section of 8 stations inaugurated in 2009 but once completed will reach up to 39 stations and connect Barcelona Airport to the city.

The network is complemented by seven tram lines and two funicular lines, totaling 54 kilometers of routes and 115 other stations.
The network also has several stations not yet opened, such as the Gaudí station, located between the Sant Pau hospital and the Sagrada Familia.

Line L1

Line L1 was opened in 1926; it has 30 stations and spans over 20 km of rails.
It takes about 45 minutes to complete the entire journey.

Line L2

Line L2 was opened in 1956; it has 18 stations and spans over 13 km of rails.
It departs from the city center towards the North.

Line L3

Line L3 was opened to the public in 1924; it has 26 stations and spans over 18 km of rails.
It takes 36 minutes to travel from end to end.

Line L4

Line L4 was inaugurated in 1973; it has 22 stops and spans over 17 km of rails.
It takes 36 minutes to travel from end to end. It leads to the business districts of Barcelona and Sants Station.

Line L5

Line L5 was inaugurated in 1973; it has 27 metro stops and spans over 16 km of rails.
It takes 37 minutes to travel from Cornellà Centre station to Vall d'Hebron station.

Line L6

Line L6 is short and only has 9 metro stations; it spans over 7 km of rails. The route of Line 6 goes from the station Sarrià to Plaça de Catalunya.

Line L7

Line L7 was inaugurated in 1954. It only has 7 stations, spanning over 4 km of rails.

Line L8

Line L8 runs from Plaça d'Espanya to Molí Nou over 12 km of rails. It contains 11 underground stations.

Line L9

Line L9 is part of the major expansion project. As of now, it has 15 stations on an 8 km stretch.

Line L10

Line L10 was opened in 2014. It has 9 stations spanning over 11 km.

Line L11

Line L11 is a short line with 3 stations. It connects Trinitat Nova and Can Cuiàs.

Line L12

Line L12 is currently under construction and will connect Sarrià with El Prat Airport. It is part of the Line 9/10 expansion project.

Easily travel by subway to Barcelona

The subway, short for "metropolitan railway," is a form of urban public transportation that allows you to travel through different metropolitan areas around the world without driving. No more endless traffic jams during rush hour. Taking public transportation or taking the subway has become very easy today. La carte de métro est téléchargeable ou accessible en ligne. The subway ticket can be purchased at the counter or with your phone. The price of tickets is more affordable than a taxi and more environmentally friendly.