Metro in Barcelona

Metro in Barcelona

A several companies are entrusted with managing public transportation in Barcelona. Public transport includes bus, metro, tram and cable car transport. The metro idea for Barcelona was proposed during the 1929 Expo. Barcelona’s metro network is called Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), and they are joined with 3 lines of the Catalonia Railway (FGC). Metro in Barcelona is very organized and it covers the whole city, as well as the suburbs. All stations have easy access. They are clean and secured.

There are 10 metro lines that are marked with different colours which makes the reading of the map and using the metro very easy. Prices for single tickets range from 2  to 4.50 euors, depending on the zone of the city, i.e. where you are headed to. There are also weekly tickets that cost from 14 to 35 euros, and they are very convient for tourists. They are called ’’Hola BCN“ and they offer unlimited use of the metro for 2, 3, 4 ili 5 days. Line L9 goes from the El Prat airport to the city center, Zona Universitaria, and a ticket costs 4.5 euros.

Author of the text:

Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
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