Written by Ash

How to Get Around Barcelona: Barcelona Public Transport 2024


I’ve been here 10 years and I’m still learning how to get around Barcelona with the Barcelona public transportation system (aka the TMB).

I can only imagine what tourists feel like stepping into the city cold turkey. The variety of options for getting around Barcelona are so varied it can be confusing.

Metro, trains, trams, funiculars – they all get mixed up for one another at some point.

Let’s look at the best ways to get around Barcelona with public transportation.

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How to Get Around Barcelona Using Public Transport

First off some advice: standard zone 1 single tickets cost €2.55.

This means most tourists will be spending a minimum of €10.20 (4 tickets) a day to do a proper sightseeing holiday.

You can cut these prices down considerably using Barcelona discount transport passes.

travellers use the metro in barcelona spain

How to Use the Barcelona Metro

The Barcelona metro is fast, efficient, and air-conditioned.

With 8 lines covering every corner of the city, it’s impossible not to find a station near your hotel.

You’ll always find elevator access for Barcelona visitors with disabilities. It’s intuitive, cheap, and easy to navigate so basically… just take it!

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Trains run every 2 to 3 minutes. On weekends you may wait 4 to 5 minutes for your train, while nights after 10 o’clock it runs at 7-8 minute intervals.

Barcelona Metro Map:

Complimentary Barcelona metro maps are found in the stations as well as being plastered pretty much everywhere else.

barcelona metro map 2023

If you’re prone to getting lost make sure you pick one up, or simply download our Barcelona metro map.

Make sure to familiarize yourself with the main Barcelona train stations before arriving.

Barcelona Metro Hours:

  • Sunday to Thursday from 5 am to 12 am.
  • Friday from 5 am to 2 am.
  • Saturday from 5 am and open all night.

🚀 Coming to Barcelona Soon? Check out my weekend Barcelona itinerary.

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Getting Around Barcelona by Train

Aside from the Barcelona metro, you’ll also find some overground train options for getting around Barcelona.

  • The FGC: the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya is the railway company operating suburban trains in Catalonia.
  • Renfe: The Spanish National Railway Company that operates trains to other regions in the country.

In general, the FGC has trains that run along the Costa Brava to Blanes, which is 50 km away, as well as to the airport, and up and down the coast to Tarragona.

In Barcelona, the FGC and Renfe lines converge and travel underground like the metro, seamlessly integrating into the public transport network.

Single tickets for the metro are valid across these networks.

Most tourists will not need the FGC or Renfe to get around Barcelona but here’s the FGC route map just in case.

How to Use Barcelona Buses

In Barcelona buses and night buses cover the entire city grid. It’s a great mode of transport because it allows you to see some of Barcelona’s top attractions up close.

Keep in mind though there are some downsides:

  • You need an advanced sense of direction!
  • It’s slower than the metro.
  • You may have to stand.
  • Without a Barcelona transport card each ride will cost you €2.55.

Barcelona’s red buses run every 8-15 minutes from 5 am to 10 pm depending on the line. At night you’ll find the yellow nit bus (night bus) which runs every 20-30 minutes.

The TMB website will help you find your bus but be careful setting the filters before your search.

Starting from January 2017 all Barcelona buses should have free wifi – but don’t expect supersonic speeds.

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Barcelona Taxis

I’m happy to report that taking a taxi in Barcelona is remarkably simple.

On main streets I rarely wait more than a minute. Barcelona taxis are black and yellow and a green light indicates a cab is available while a yellow light indicates they’re taken.

Prices are affordable. Consider €12.00 to €20.00 as the average price for rides within the city.

From the airport to the city center you’ll be charged about €35.00 to €40.00. Every driver must use a meter but it’s possible that at the end of the ride you’ll be charged a slightly higher price.

There may be an extra charge applied for rides to the airport, large luggage, or night fares.

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Free Now

Starting in 2017 another transport option is to use Barcelona’s taxi booking app Free Now.

Never before has booking one of the city’s regulated black and yellow taxis been so easy – it’ll save you time hailing cabs and the odds of being taken for a ride are zero since the route is preplanned, like Uber.

Downloading the app is also a great chance to take advantage of my €5.00 reader discount. Simply insert the code “ashley.pil” upon sign up and you’re set to go.

For more information see how to sign up with Free Now.

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Hop on Hop Off Bus

The best transport to see Barcelona if you detest walks or are traveling to Barcelona with kids.

This hop on hop off bus counts two different lines and will take you to pretty much every main attraction in the city. The roofless upper deck is a great place to get some sun and soak up the 360 degree view.

The free audio guide and app will make you a Barcelona expert in no time. And there’s WiFi.

You’ll also get €200.00 of vouchers toward attractions, Barcelona shopping, Barcelona’s best restaurants, and more.

Prices start at €29.70.

For more information read my article on Barcelona’s famous Bus Turístic.

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Cable Cars and Funicular

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Montjuïc Cable Car

With unspoiled views from 184 metres above the city, the open-air architecture museum Poble Espanyol, and its famous Montjuic Castle no trip would be complete without a trip up Montjuïc and this is a great way to do it in style!

Float 84.5 metres above the city and take in the incredible city views as you ride the Montjuïc cable car. The 750 metre run leaves from Avenida Miramar and stops at Montjuïc park and Montjuïc Castle.

A return ticket costs €14.40 per for adults and €11.00 children between 4 and 12.

If you buy tickets online Tiqets will give you a 10% discount.

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Just print out the vouchers that they email you and head straight for the cable car. 

To get there you’ll need to take other public transportation in Barcelona like the funicular, the Bus Turistic, or bus #150.

Montjuic Cable Car Hours 2024

  • Jan-Feb: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Mar-May: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Jun-Sept: daily from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Oct: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Nov-Dec: daily from 10:00 to 6:00 pm

Port Vell Cable Car

Not to be mistaken with the Port Cable Car that departs from the beach, even if this one takes you on a magical ride high above Barcelona as well. 

This one was built in 1926 and its distinctly ‘antique’ cars are a dead giveaway of this.

It isn’t included in any of the travel cards either and has the disadvantage of being sold solely in person – you’ll have to line up at ticket counters to go. Tickets cost €12.50 one way and €20.00 return.

Consult the Montjuic Cable Car departure schedule online.

The Port Vell Cable Car leaves from the Torre de San Sebastién, a few steps away from the beaches of Barceloneta and stops halfway at Torre de Jaime I (the port) and continues to Avenida Miramar at the foot of Montjuïc.

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The Montjuïc Funicular

The Port Cable Car is the cheapest way to get up Montjuic. We’re talking about a train that goes up the side of the mountain and is not suspended in the air.

It’s also valid with any Barcelona travel card. You won’t get a view since it’s more like a type of covered metro that slowly moves uphill, but we’re taking this for value anyway.

The funicular is caught at Parallel (green line L3) metro station and leaves you at Avenida Miramar where the Montjuïc cable car leaves.

Single tickets for the funicular cost €2.55.

🚀 Ready to book your Barcelona holiday? Remember to check out the best areas to stay in Barcelona first.

Barcelona Scooter Rental

Can’t you just imagine yourself cruising around all Mediterranean-like by renting a scooter in Barcelona?

Cooltra is the highest ranking scooter rental agency on Tripadvisor and is known for its reliable service and rigorous safety and inspection standards. And you can get one for as little as €25.00.

Booking your scooter using my discount code ‘BARCELONAHACKS’ gets you a €10.00 discount.

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Getting Around Barcelona by Bicycle

With a climate so mild getting around by bike is not only possible but suggested. The benefits of renting a bike in Barcelona are as follows:

  • It’s good exercise.
  • Better for the environment.
  • There are more than 200 km of bike lanes to take advantage of.
  • It gives you access to streets unreachable by public transport.
  • Prices start at just €5.00.

For the cheapest and most reliable service with flexible rental windows check out my article on Barcelona bike rentals.

Careful: the red and white bikes you’ll spot around the city (Bicing) are only for residents.

🚲 Not looking for all that power? Check out Barcelona’s best bike tours.

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Barcelona Transport Tickets

To figure out which Barcelona travel card is right for you I’ve made a list below – so you can spend more time planning a real Barcelona itinerary than worrying how you’re gonna pay for the bus.

These all-inclusive Barcelona public transport tickets include access to the following:

  • Metro.
  • City buses.
  • Ferrocarril (overground rail services).
  • Transport from the airport to the city center.
  • The Montjuïc funicular (not to be confused with the Montjuïc Cable Car).

Keep in mind if you’re traveling outside zone one (rare since zone one is massive) you’ll need to pay extra. Those of you with kids? You’ll be happy to know kids under four travel free.

On the metro your validated single ticket/pass will be valid for 120 minutes.
When taking the bus your validation entitles you to travel to the end of the route – except on ‘Bus del Barri’ local buses and circular lines where the circuit technically never ends.
In the event you’re transferring from bus to metro or vice versa within the validation window you can put the ticket in the machine and it won’t charge you another ride: it’ll simply beep and spit it back out but let you in/on.
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The Hola BCN Card

The Hola Barcelona Card is a discount tourist travel card with unlimited travel. You won’t have to worry about buying new tickets. It comes with a 48, 72, 96, or 120 hour validity and prices start at €16.68.

You can buy your Hola BCN card online from Tiqets and you can pick it up at any of the red metro ticket machines (airport included) – easy peasy!

This is the cheapest way to get around Barcelona – trips can end up costing less than €1.00 very rapidly.

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The Barcelona Card

How to get around Barcelona as a tourist? It can’t hurt looking into this popular Barcelona travel & discount card.

On top of unlimited travel it also includes free entry and discounts on attractions, Barcelona’s best museums and other activities. If you’re here for culture or shopping or both this one is highly recommended.

Like the Hola BCN this card comes with a 72, 96, or 120 hour validity and prices range from €24.30 to €69.30.

If you buy in advance online you’ll save 10%.

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The Barcelona Pass

The Barcelona Pass includes tickets to La Sagrada Familia and Park Guell – allowing you to skip hours of lines by having your entrance printed out in advance.

On top of this, you’ll get 10% discounts on virtually every main attraction in Barcelona including restaurants, museums, Barcelona’s best flamenco shows, and more.

It also gives you 10% off the Hola BCN public transport pass.

It’s the only ticket that allows you to have the whole holiday planned from the comfort of home – all the tickets including the 10% discounted ones can be bought online which means no lines.

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The T-Casual

It’s common for locals but doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the right one for you. T-Casual tickets cost €11.35 and include 10 public transport rides with a 1 hour and 15 minute validity.

This card is not valid for the metro from the airport.

The T-Casual ticket can be bought at every metro or train station.

A comparison? The mathematics say if you’re going to travel more than six times a day (very probable) the Hola BCN is the transport card to get.

If you buy one in 2024 it’ll be valid until February 28th 2025.

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T-Familiar (March 2020)

The T-Familiar (8 trips, interpersonal, €10.00) is a ticket for people who only need to make a few trips getting around in Barcelona. It’s valid for 75 minutes and expires after 30 days.

These are decent options for local commuters but not optimal for travellers: with a small group even the interpersonal T-Familiar can easily be used up in just one trip across the city. You’ll be spending lots of time buying more tickets.

Another issue is they are not valid for trips from the airport.

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Transportation From the Airport

One of the most common questions I get is how to get from the airport to the city centre.

The main options are the Aerobus, the metro, the bus, and the airport train from Terminal 2. The metro is more suited to residents on the outskirts and is not connected to the centre.

The other options run to Sants Estacio, Plaça de Catalunya, Plaça d’Espanya, and Passeig de Gracia.

I suggest looking at my Barcelona airport to city centre article to find the right one suited to you.

Coming in from Girona? Check out my Girona Airport to Barcelona guide.

Barcelona Public Transport Zones

With 6 zones covering nearly 300 different towns things are a bit confusing at first.

The good news? The odds of you going outside zone 1 are virtually zero unless you’re going to beach side towns like Sitges. None of Barcelona’s major attractions are found outside this area.

Check out this Barcelona public transportation zone map just to be sure.

Barcelona Public Transportation FAQ

  • How to use public transportation in Barcelona?

    In the city centre there are metro stops virtually every 200 meters. You can simply get to them and buy your single tickets (€2.40) at the ticket machines underground. From here, simply follow the maps to get to where you need to go. You could also grab a 24, 48, 72, or 96 hour tourist travel pass – picked up at the airport for your convenience.

  • How much is public transport in Barcelona?

    Single tickets cost €2.55 and they are good for 60 minutes of travel on metro/subway, bus, tram, overland train, and Montjuic funicular.

  • How to pay for public transport in Barcelona?

    You can buy your tickets at ticket machines using cash or debit/credit cards. You can also pay the €2.55 fare using cash directly to the bus driver.

  • How late is public transport open in Barcelona?

    Most major streets will have night buses running on them, which means the bus system is active 24/7. However, the metro typically runs from 5:00 am to 12:35 am weekly with two exceptions: it’s open until 2:00 am on Friday night and it runs all night on Saturday night.

  • What is public transport like in Barcelona?

    The system is one of the most efficient and modern in Europe. The metro covers virtually all corners of the city and is safe, clean, and fast. Buses cover the entire city as well and are modern, clean, and even feature electric buses.

  • Is public transport in Barcelona 24 hours?

    Yes and no. There are night bus routes which cover the entire city, keeping public transport open 24 hours. However, the metro shuts between 12:30 am and 5:00 am with the exceptions of Friday (2:00 am) and Saturday (all night).

  • Where to buy tickets for public transport in Barcelona?

    Tickets can be bought at every metro station at ticket windows and at the self-serve machines. You can also buy them at street-level news stands. There are also a few ticket machines near major bus stops, though you can also pay for your €2.55 fare in cash.

  • Is public transport expensive in Barcelona?

    No, compared to other major cities like London the price of a single ticket (€2.55) is quite reasonable – especially considering the Zone 1 ticket covers virtually every corner of the city – extending way out into the suburbs. Also, with passes like the Hola Barcelona Card you can get the price down to less than €1.00 a trip).

  • What’s the best way to get around Barcelona?

    The best way to get around Barcelona by far is their metro/subway system. With eight lines and 165 stations it’s virtually impossible that your vacation hotel or attraction isn’t within 200 meters of one of the stations. They’re modern, fast, and clean – enough said.

  • Is it easy to get around in Barcelona?

    Yes. For guidance just look around. If you see Tibidabo Mountain you’re going the opposite way of the sea. If you see Montjuic you’re looking south. There are public maps in all major areas and the subway is incredibly easy to navigate.

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Still Wondering How to Get Around Barcelona with Public Transit?

Getting around Barcelona with public transport doesn’t have to be hard.

That said, with so many options it can be hard to find the best way to get around – so feel free to ask me in the comments below.

Also don’t be afraid to join the Barcelona transport discussion in my group I’m Off to Barcelona – here you can ask any questions, air out grievances, and chat with thousands of Barcelona travelers.

Best of luck on Barcelona public transportation 🚌

  • October 8, 2023 at 9:38 pm
    Hi Ash & team, thanks for this awesome website - it's such a treasure trove of useful information! Am still trying to absorb everything and plan my (+14 y.o. daughter) Barcelona trip. One question > our flight back home from Barcelona is on Wednesday 18th with the early morning swiss flight that departs at 6:05am. That means I would need to be at the airport around 4 am. Is private taxi the only option? What would be the best way to travel. We will be staying near Parc Joan Miro. Many thanks!
    • October 10, 2023 at 10:01 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Nina, You're actually in an amazing spot to grab the Aerobus. It's just a two minute walk from Parc Joan Miro in Placa Espanya... they run 24 hours a day to both T1 and T2. Cheers,
  • January 18, 2022 at 12:00 am
    Alastair Peake
    Coming to Barcelona on Sunday for 5 days, 2 hola 5 day cards are €84.35 but 2 bus tickets 2 T casual cards and one T familiar is only €53.10 for 14 journeys each would that make sense?
    • January 23, 2022 at 7:35 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Alastair, Sorry for the late response, I'm afraid you've probably already arrived but will give it a shot anyway. I'm not sure where you're getting your numbers from. Two 120 hour Hola Barcelona travel cards cost 68,76 €. Also, which bus tickets are you referring to? I assuming the Aerobus (€7.90). Without knowing exactly what you're referring to it's hard to come to any exact conclusions. That said, if you think 14 journeys each will cover your entire trip you're definitely free to buy the single tickets. If you're doing a proper trip I would think you'd probably need one more t familiar, taking the prices up to the mid 60's and being competitive with the Hola. People love the Hola because it's unlimited, you can't run out, you never have to buy another ticket and leave with 5 or 6 rides still left on the ticket etc. etc. To each their own though :) Let me know if you need me to clear anything else up. Cheers,
  • March 29, 2021 at 1:19 pm
    Cathy Rogers
    Hi I love your site! It’s so in-depth and helpful do you know if any of the day transport passes or tourist passes covers the shuttle bus from the Cruise Terminals to the Columbus Monument? It would be really useful to know in order to book that one lol!
    • March 30, 2021 at 5:38 am
      Team Member
      Hi Cathy, Thanks so much for the kind words :) You'll have to excuse me if things are a bit messed at the moment... I'm not joking when I say this is the first inquiry I've had into buying a transport/tourist pass in over a year (oh god I wish this wasn't the case!). In short: none of the traditional ones do... but there used to be a product called the Port Day Pass which included the shuttle and all sorts of cool stuff for a quick visit by cruisers. The article I have on this is here: That said, it appears as if the product is no longer on sale OR since our old Ticket provider Ticketbar has entered into a new partnership with Tiquets they haven't transferred the product over. This may be confusing but no worries... at this point you'll lose no time at all simply buying the tickets aboard the bus. They're all timed with the arrival of each ship. If you haven't already please check out our cruise ship post for more info here: Anyway, apologies I can't be of a better help but things are really uncertain and a lot of stuff in limbo in the city at the moment :( Hopefully we all get back to normal sooner than later! Cheers,
  • February 29, 2020 at 8:32 pm
    Hi Ash Where/how can i buy the T-Familiar? Thanks
    • March 2, 2020 at 12:44 pm
      Hi Steve, You can buy T-Familiar at the machines found at metro stations lobbies ;) Let me know if you have further questions. Cheers, Lucile
  • February 28, 2020 at 8:38 pm
    Raquel Roman
    Hi Ash, my family and I that include 2 adults and 2 children (14yrs & 3Yrs.) are flying into Barcelona for 2 days before boarding our cruise at the Barcelona Port. should we attempt public transportation with a 3year old? or just stick to Taxi? we are staying near Centre Comercial El Triangle and plan on going to Tibidabo amusement park, what cost saving mode of transportation would you suggest for us getting there?
    • March 2, 2020 at 12:33 pm
      Hi Raquel, The public transports are good for a 3 years old ;) Most taxis don't have kid seat, so I don't think it's even the best solution... You're staying in a very central area, a lot of places/attractions are within walking distance. You can find all info about Tibidabo on this post. Let me know if you have any further questions! Cheers, Lucile
  • February 26, 2020 at 7:59 am
    Marie Sieberhagen
    We are travelling from South Africa and will be landing on Monday, 11 May 2020 at 22.55, will public transport from the airport still be available. We plan to buy the Hola BCN Card.
    • February 26, 2020 at 11:21 am
      Hi Marie, With the Hola BCN card you'll be able to take metro, trains or buses from the airport. Bus 46 to Plaça Espanya runs until 23.50 on weekdays and metro L9S until midnight. I can help you find the best way to reach your accommodation from the airport if you want ;) Cheers, Lucile
  • January 18, 2020 at 1:16 am
    Hi Ash, I was wondering if I buy a single use metro ticket can that same ticket be used to transfer to a bus, tram or Rodalies? If so, how much time would I have to use that ticket until I would need to re-purchase another one?
    • January 18, 2020 at 9:17 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Luc, Your ticket will be valid for 75 minutes once you've used it. If you leave the metro and board a bus simply put it in the machine again so the driver knows what you're doing. It'll let you on. Cheers, Ash
      • January 19, 2020 at 5:28 pm
        Thank you so much for the reply Ash! I was also wondering, if I buy a round trip Aerobus ticket to be used on the 13th for my arrival, would I have until the 27th or the 28th to use the return ticket? It says it's good for 15 days, but I wasn't sure when they start counting the days. Thank you again for your time!
        • January 20, 2020 at 9:15 am
          Team Member
          Hi Luc, No problem at all! And yes, the Aerobus ticket will be good until the 27th... when are you leaving exactly? If it's late there's no shame spending a tiny bit more money and getting individual tickets. Ash
          • January 20, 2020 at 9:34 pm
            Thanks again Ash! I will be arriving the 13th and leaving the 28th, so I was hoping the round trip Aerobus ticket would cover it, so close, hehe. Thank you again for your reply.
            • January 21, 2020 at 2:26 am
              Team Member
              Indeed, so close! I'm sure though that it won't spoil your time here... enjoy :)
  • October 10, 2019 at 8:07 pm
    Hi Ash, Out of all the websites I have come across, yours is by far the MOST resourceful! Thank you for taking the time to put this information together! My bf and I will be visiting Barcelona from Dec. 16th – 26th and will be staying in Gracia. We plan to get to/from the airport by taxi (via Free Now app w/ your discount), but want to know what our best transportation options are for the duration of our stay. We were considering the T10 pass, but am wondering if we should instead get the HOLA BCN travel card. Here are some of the sights we plan to visit: -Passeig de Gracia, Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, Sagrada Familia -El Born, Parc de la Ciutadella, Picasso Museum -Gothic Quarter, Las Ramblas St -Montjuic Castle -Parc del Laberint d’Horta, Parc Guell -Tibidabo Amusement Park I appreciate any tips you can give us! Many thanks, Karen
    • October 11, 2019 at 12:50 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Karen, Thanks so much for the very kind words, I am happy to help :) Keep in mind that the Hola has nothing to do with attractions so there are no discounts for things like Sagrada erc. There is also a maximum of 120 hours per card. What I would do is get the 120 hour passes for the first travel heavy days and then simply switch to the T-10 for the remainder when you're more relaxed and familiar with the city. That way you get the best of both worlds :) Cheers, Ash
  • September 24, 2019 at 7:41 am
    Hi there I need to get from the airport to calella , can I use the Barcelona pass ? Or what is the cheapest option ?
    • September 24, 2019 at 11:12 am
      Team Member
      Hello Anusha, You won't be able to use any of the passes promoted on this site, you'll have to make other arrangements. The one direct transfer option from Barcelona airport to Callela is by bus. If you’re going straight from the airport you can grab the Sagales bus from either Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 departing about once an hour between 9:15 am and 10:45 pm. Journey time is 80 minutes. Tickets can be bought in advance using the Sagales website. Cheers, Ash
  • August 22, 2019 at 1:22 am
    Hi Ash, Thanks so much for such a nice sharing. I can imagine you made a lot of effort on it. The information is very helpful. I booked a hotel in the region of Cornella de Llobregat, where bus L77 is available to reach the airport. As I know, bus L77 is operated by Baixbus, is T-10 a better choice for both airport and tourist spots in this case? Do you have any better suggestion? Thank you very much. Best regards, Charline
    • August 22, 2019 at 8:54 am
      Team Member
      Hi Charline, Thanks for the kind words, I am always glad to help :) If you're planning on using the Baixbus a lot and it will make up a great deal of your transport I would use the T-10, that way you don't have to worry about making up value in the city. Cheers, Ash
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