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Updated: January 2023
Below you will find the most recently updated version of the Barcelona Metro map, including the new 5 stations of line L10, schedules and the prices of tickets (year 2023) most often used on the subway. We have also updated the maps of new bus lines in Barcelona.
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The above map of Barcelona is Zone 1, also including Barcelona airport. If you wish to travel outside the city of Bcn (for example, Manresa, Terrassa, etc) the price of transport tickets is more expensive, depending on the area you are traveling to.
See the different zones below and click on the image to enlarge:
You can download the Barcelona Zones Map PDF (178 KB).
Tip if you are tourist: The Barcelona Pass is a combined card for the main attractions of Barcelona including La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell , Tourist bus and a 10% discount for other attractions. More information.
Or if you need, you can calculate your optimal route directly to your destination:
Much time and money was spent on transportation in order to create ours maps and confirm that all details are up to date. Nevertheless, feel free to contact us regarding any fault or defect, indicating the station name and we will correct it.
This map was first created in response to the lack of proper signs in the metro stations, including those platforms.
The official website of metropolitan public transport (ATM-TMB) in Barcelona, has been modified according to our updated map. In particular, the indication of accessible entrances. Unfortunately, however, the official map is still incorrect because some fully adapted subway stations are not indicated as such (as we have witnessed personally).
Thank you very much for your visit, we hope that our Barcelona Metro Map has been useful to you.
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Line 1 (red L1) Barcelona Metro.
Updated: January 2023
Welcome to our page with the map of line 1 Barcelona Metro (red line) the most complete and current internet. We use much the Barcelona metro and so we created the maps we’d have us.
Barcelona metro line 1.
In the map below we have updated all subway stops until January 2023. More maps on other sites that there are things missing or are very outdated. All stations are in zone 1.
You can download the map below, print it or do whatever you want, but reproduction is strictly prohibited on any other website, and link directly to the image.
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Our map appears the plane typically be found in any season, but we’ve redesigned from scratch with some unreleased stuff so far, as transhipment new bus rapid transit, the duration between the major subway stations, and also have marked the Metro stops are adapted to people who are in wheelchairs, prams or luggage.
Important: The express bus stops (red circles) are between 50 and 300 meters from the metro stops. The symbol with the logo of disabled (red squares) means that not all exits to the street, are adapted to wheelchairs and some have stairs.
If you wish, you can also see the metro map barcelona full, a page with all the lines together (but separate individually) or you can see other lines one by one:
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Station of Metro Line 1 (L1)
This is the list of all metro stations of line 1 (red line). Next to the name of the stop, we’ve added if you can make a transfer to other transport.
- Hospital de Bellvitge.
- Bellvitge (transshipment: Rodalies de Catalunya).
- Av. Carrilet (transshipment: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya).
- Rambla Just Oliveras (transshipment: Rodalies de Catalunya).
- Can Serra.
- Torrassa (transshipment: metro L9 South and metro L10 South).
- Santa Eulàlia.
- Mercat Nou.
- Plaça de Sants (transshipment: metro L5).
- Espanya (transshipment: metro L3 , Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya).
- Universitat (transshipment: metro L2).
- Catalunya (transshipment: metro L3).
- Urquinaona (transshipment: metro L4).
- Arc de Triomf (transshipment: Rodalies de Catalunya).
- Marina (transshipment: Trambaix).
- Glòries (transshipment: Trambaix).
- Clot (transshipment: metro L2).
- La Sagrera (transshipment: metro L5, metro L9 North, metro L10 North).
- Fabra i Puig.
- Sant Andreu.
- Torras i Bages.
- Trinitat Vella.
- Baró de Viver.
- Santa Coloma.
- Fondo (transshipment: metro L9 North).
Feel free to contact us regarding any fault or defect, indicating the station name and we will correct it.
Thank you very much for your visit, we hope that our Barcelona Metro Map line 1 has been useful to you.
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Map, Scheme, Metro stations in Barcelona (in Russian)
Barcelona – the capital of Catalonia – is known for its beaches and beautiful monuments, but there is one special attraction there – the metro.
Barcelona Metro turns 90 in December 2014 . The first branch connecting Plaça Catalunya and Lesseps station was opened on 12/30/1924. In 1926, another branch was opened, it connected 2 railway stations.
Interestingly, these lines were built by two companies competing at that time – “Gran Metropolitano de Barcelona” and “Metropolitano Transversal”. Since 1951 it has been under the control of the city.
Barcelona Metro today
Today, the Barcelona metro is one of the largest in Europe in terms of the number of stations (209), the number of lines (11) and the length (157.5 kilometers), and the construction of new lines and stations continues.
It is served simultaneously by the metro authority and the state railway company.
Like all over the world, the metro is the most convenient and fastest type of municipal transport, which, and this is the first feature, connects not only areas within the city limits, but also suburbs, since local railway lines are combined with metro lines into a single system. In addition, this system includes a funicular to Mount Montjuic.
Are you going to Madrid? The map of the Madrid metro will definitely help you, and you will definitely not get lost!
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When using the Barcelona metro map, it is important to pay attention to the designations: L – metro lines, R – suburban railway lines, there are also tram lines on the map – T.
It is clear that all lines have their own color, so a color map is needed. At first glance, the metro scheme seems complicated, but this once again confirms that you need to plan your trip in advance, carefully examining the map in order to determine the metro station closest to the goal, as well as the necessary transfer stations. True, one of the negative points in the Barcelona metro is just transitions from one station to another – they are narrow and inconvenient.
But, of course, there are signs with line numbers and end stations, as well as metro maps on each platform, in addition, there are elevators for the disabled and passengers with small children in strollers, which other passengers are not forbidden to use.
A free metro card is issued at all information points, railway stations and other places in the city.
Purchase of metro tickets and prices
Subway tickets are sold:
And it’s better to buy a ticket anyway, as the fine for free riders is 40 €, only kids under the age of 4 can ride for free.
As in many European countries, within the same zone, trips for all modes of transport cost the same, but each new zone implies a different ticket price.
the first zone includes TMB lines, outside this zone there are 5 more zones where ticket prices are higher.
Before buying a ticket, it is important to decide which of the proposed options will be the most suitable. So, buying a ticket for 1.95 € (1 trip) , you can use all modes of transport in the city within 45 minutes after you validate it. There is an unlimited version for 6.95 €, which is valid for 1 day, it is called T-Dia.
The most popular type of ticket with tourists is the T-10, which provides 10 trips for 9.25 €, with which you can change endlessly from transport to transport inside Zone 1 for as long as 75 minutes, but each entrance to the metro will deduct 1 trip. The remaining travel documents are designed for a period of 30 days or more, you can read more about them on the TMV website.
In order to reduce the time of trains at the stations, Spanish engineers came up with a special scheme for the movement of passenger traffic.
There are not 2, as usual, but 3 platforms, and you can enter (exit) the car (from the car) from both sides, which, of course, is especially convenient during peak hours.
True, stations were built in a similar way even earlier in the USA, but the method was called Spanish or Barcelona in the 1930s. As in our country, electric trains approach the platform with a break of 2-3 minutes.
Metro opening hours
On regular working days, metro opens at 5.00 and runs until 00.00. Fridays opening hours extended until 02.00 , on Sunday – until 00.00, but on Saturday and the days preceding public holidays (12/31, 06/23, 08/14 and 09/23) the metro does not close at all. And on Christmas Eve – 24.12 it is open only until 23.00.
Metro and attractions
Barcelona is famous for its attractions and beautiful beaches located in the city and its suburbs.
When changing to the Sants Estasio (L5 and L2), Catalunia (L1, L3) or Clot (L1, L2) metro stations, you can go to the coast towards Costa del Maresme and Costa Brava .
The amazing Parc Güell is located near the Vallcarca metro station (L3).
Jaume 1 is the address of the Gothic Quarter, in the same area are Aquarium and Ciudatella Park .
Las Ramblas , the favorite place to walk for Barcelona residents and tourists, where you can see fantastic living figures and taste the most delicious paella, starts at the Catalunia metro station (L1, L3).
Perhaps the most famous building in Barcelona is the Sagrada Familia! The metro station closest to him bears his name – Sagrada Familia (L2, L5).