Transportation in Barcelona
Barcelona can be reached from most of the major International airports. The airport is located 12 kilometres towards the south of the city. From the airport, you can reach the city by:
- Subway (L9)
- Taxi (Journey time: 20'-30', price: 30-35 euro)
- Express bus service (Aerobus A1 and Aerobus A2, for Terminals 1 and 2, respectively. Journey time: 35', tickets: 5.90 euro for one-way and 10.20 euro for round-trip) http://www.aerobusbcn.com
- RENFE train to either Barcelona Sants or Passeig de Gracia stations (Journey time: 25', tickets: 4.10 euro or using the card "T10 (Zone 1)", see below). Note that the train station is based at terminal T2. Most probably, you will be arriving at terminal T1. A free shuttle bus runs continuously between terminals T1 and T2.
Please check this link to decide what is the best option in your case to reach the city http://www.aena.es/en/barcelona-airport/public-transport.html
The city of Barcelona has a very efficient integrated public transportation system. The transport card "T10 (Zone 1)" for 10 trips (9.95 euro) can be bought at subway stations or at the train station of the airport. It may be used indistinctly in the Metro, FGC subway, RENFE train or Barcelona buses, and allows an unlimited number of transfers in Zone 1 during 1h 15'. The "T10 (Zone 1)" card is also valid on the RENFE train from and to the airport.
Travelling to Barcelona
Some airlines which provide flights to Barcelona
RENFE, National and international passenger trains
Tel: +34 902 24 02 02 (information and bookings for international trains in different languages)
Barcelona Nord Bus Station
Alí-bei, 80 (08013)
Tel 902 303 222
Sants Bus Station
Pl. Països Catalans, s/n (08014)
Next to the railway station. All the companies operating from Sants have offices here.
National and international bus companies which provide trips to Barcelona