Written by Ash

How to Get to La Rambla in Barcelona


La Rambla is that iconic tree-lined avenue that starts from Plaça Catalunya and arrives to the Old Port – it’s on all the postcards and you’ll visit at least once on your vacation.

It’s a must on any Barcelona itinerary and regardless of some its more seedy elements it’s one of the best things to do in Barcelona, hands down.

an aerial view of las ramblas in barcelona

How Do You Get to La Rambla?

Well, it’s very simple since this street cuts the historic center in two, dividing the Gothic Quarter from the Raval.

If you’re coming to central Barcelona from the airport all you need to do it is take the Aerobus and in 35 minutes you will be there.

Coming from your city centre hotel? There are a few ways you can do this.

The two main Barcelona metro lines have stops at Catalunya metro station: the red line L1 and the green line L3.

Also, the Liceu and Drassanes metro stops, also on the L3 green line, are found right on La Rambla.

Get yourself to one of these main Barcelona transport stations, walk upstairs, and you’re there!

Then there are several buses that stop close to La Rambla: 24, 59, 67, 120, D20, D50, H14, H16, V13 and V15.

At the end of the day, if you’re visiting and on a bit of a sightseeing journey I suggest grabbing an all-inclusive Barcelona transport pass as it’s a great way to save money.

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OK, so that’s it for how to get to La Rambla – but don’t be afraid to write me if you need more custom advice on arriving from another point in the city.

Enjoy getting to La Rambla 😉

🚌 Coming to La Rambla? Make sure you know how to get around Barcelona on public transport first.

Related: Best Things to Do in La Rambla

  • January 21, 2024 at 8:52 pm
    hi, can i ask if it takes just under 30mins to travel by bus from Easyhotel Fira to Barcelona city centre like La Rambla? Wondering if it be good ( well is cheap) to stay here or at La Rambla? thanks
    • January 25, 2024 at 3:27 pm
      Team Member
      Hello Serene, Easily. It's basically a straight shot down Gran Via. You can even take the subway/train. Here's how to do it with public transport. La Rambla is interesting to visit but I wouldn't stay there. I lived above the street my first 4 months in Barcelona and there's a lot of "activity" to put it lightly.
  • January 7, 2024 at 10:06 am
    Great 👍
    • January 7, 2024 at 10:07 am
      Valid information and support
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