Situated less than 200 km from Barcelona, the new airport in Lerida provides another way to travel to the region's capital city. With flights from major European cities, including Paris and Milan, there are now 4 airports within the region,making it easier than ever to visit Barcelona!
Take a scooter tour with Cooltra and experience Barcelona as the locals do. Enjoy the freedom a scooter gives you and discover the places a conventional tourist can't easily find.
Decide to travel in style and take a taxi! Although more expensive than public transport options, they're not as pricey as you may expect and you have the added bonus of seeing a bit of scenery as you travel. Above all, with more than 274 taxi stands in Barcelona, they’re very easy to find.
Unlike the usual type of tour, GoCar gives you complete freedom over where you go and how how long you spend in any given point. The cars even have a personality and a sense of humor, telling stories that will bring Barcelona to life while offering clear driving directions.
Millions of people use Barcelona's public transport systems on a daily basis. This guide will help you decide the best method for your transport in Barcelona. Trains, buses, trams, taxis, bicycles, and for those of you who can't bear not to drive yourself, parking details.
Want to get to or from the airport quickly and in comfort? Fono Taxi offers a taxi transfer service to and from all the Barcelona airports. Minivans and child seats available on request…
An explanation of how the 24-hour connection between the centre of Barcelona and El Prat airport works, to help you choose the most convenient option between bus, train or taxi.
Flexible, environmentally-friendly, low cost and great exercise… What better way to see Barcelona than by renting a bike? Breakfast in the Born? Shopping in Gracia? Lunch at the beach? …not a problem. With bicycle chains provided with every rental, you have the flexibility to stop, start and explore when and where you like. Just lock up your bike and go explore the city. No more stairs, no more busy metros, no more stress.
Enjoy a tour of Barcelona on Barcelona’s Hop-on hop-off buses. These buses take you to the city’s most important monuments, whilst through the earphones a voice tells you everything you need to know.
Travelling on the Barcelona tram isn't necessarily the form of transport that you would think of first, but it can be a useful way of getting around. The trams in Barcelona have 6 lines and good connections between the parts of town that the metro doesn't serve. Read on for full timetables and pricing.