Average Taxi fare from Barcelona Airport to City CentreAvarage taxi fare from Barcelona airport to city centre
There are 3 parts to the terminal: The T2B is the primary air base for most outbound and inbound departures. EasyJet uses the EasyJet terminals exclusively for departure departures. It is about 500m away from T2B. Taxi is the simplest and quickest way to get to/from the airport.
Available 24 hours a day, it lasts about 20-25 min (depending on traffic) and the rate is about 25 from the 2nd and 30 from the 1st terminals. Taxi stand is situated on the groundfloor (floor 0) in T1 and directly in front of T2B terminals, in T2. A taxi Marshall monitors the taxi stand and there are many taxi queues.
Normal cabs can accommodate up to 4 people, there are bigger cabs for 5-6 people for an extra charge of 3,10 - if you need one, just ask the taxi manager and he will set it up for you. The other usual supplements are 1? for each case bigger than 55X35X35X35cm and 3,10? airport tax.
To be on the safer side, make a note of the driver's name and number plate (there is a place with these particulars in the taxi), make sure he indicates the taximeter, verify the fare when you get to your final destination and ask him for a bill (recibo in Catalan or Spanish).
Concerning payments, today many taxi cabs are accepting plastic cards, but the principal form of payments is still money, so if you have some with you (only euros), keep in mind that the chauffeur is obliged to give only 20 coins. Aerobús is the name of the airport shuttle service. It is a relatively quick and cheap way to reach the city centre for 1-3 persons (with 4 persons you can take a taxi).
It is possible to buy the cards on-line, at a card dispenser (Visa or Mastercard) or from the chauffeur (cash only, exchange is restricted to 20?). The A1 takes T1 (most of the day: every 5 min, early mornings and evenings every 10 min). Most of the daily trip is every 10 min., early in the mornings and every 20 min. in the evenings.
Each bus has only 4 bus stations from the airport (Plaça Espanya, Gran Via/Urgell, Plaça Universitat and Plaça Catalunya) and only 3 pick-up points on the way to the airport (Plaça Catalunya, Sepúlveda-Urgell and Plaça Espanya). It takes about 35 min. to get there. In addition to the busses, the airport is also serviced by the S-Bahn Rodalies.
T2B is opposite T2B and is linked to the T2B terminus by a catwalk (entrance at the beginning of T2B, just before T2A, on the first floor). As of T1, you must take the free shuttles that connect the two kiosks, it takes 10 min (see Barcelona Airport website for more information).
An individual fare is ?4.10 (January 2016) as the airport is in the Rodalies 4 zones in the Rodalies Scheme, but is subject to the system in zones 1 and Rodalies train tickets are subject to the system and you can purchase a 1-zone T-10 fare for ?9.95 (January 2016) - see below for further information on the system.
It takes about 19 min. to get to Barcelona Sants railway platform. In the city centre, it is advisable to get off at Barcelona-Passeig de Gràcia railway stop (26 minutes), as it is located in the city centre and has links to the underground lines 3 (easy and quick connections), 2 and 4 (via a 250-metre corridor) as well as to some scheduled and local services to/from Barcelona Estacio de França.
Following innumerable lags, the airport underground began its formal operations on 12 February 2016. Line 9 is one of 2 new routes, together with line 10, which divide the major routes (but not the routes, they run on different levels) with different starting and finishing points. While the first of the two segments was opened in 2009 (the Nordic separation in Badalona/Santa Coloma/Sagrera), later work was stopped due to a shortage of funding.
They will now open the southern section of the L9 from the airport to the Zona Universitaria. Since the same line 2 has disconnected sections, the airport line was called L9 Sud. This line should work during the normal subway hour (Mon-Thu 05:00-middle, Fr 05:00-02:00, Sat to Sun at midnight). T-10 cannot be used for approach and departure to the airport. Other charts (such as T50/30, T70/30, T-Mes, T-Trimestre/T-Jove/Targeta Rosa/HolaBCN/BCN and T12) can be used normally.
Because of the uniqueness of the fare, it is necessary to verify the tickets at the departure! There is a 7-8 minute interval for the frequencies and a 3-4 minute interval for large venues. Universitaria Zone (connection Metro L3/Tram T1, 2, 3). It can be bought in T1 at the tobacconist's and in 2 at the railway yard.
All 15 mins. Midnight you take the NitBus (night bus) with the line 17 from T1 and the line N16 from T2 (Attention, the N16 does not begin at the airport, so take the right way, otherwise you might land in Castelldefels).
Catalonia also has many long-distance buses to places like Lleida, Vielha, Girona, Tarragona, Figueres, Andorra and many other Catalan municipalities. For more information, please visit the Barcelona Airport website. Just like at any bigger airport, Barcelona El Prat has a lot of different rent a cars. Rent a car with T1 and 2 desks: Hertz (Firefly, Dollar and Thrifty belong to Hertz and can be picked up at the airport).
Others may have bureaus near the airport, they usually organize transportation from the airport to their bureaus. A number of businesses offer you a wide range of service, from a common transportation to a privately owned one with different kinds of cars, mini buses and also tour buses with a broader range of seating capacities.
Prices are usually higher than for a normal taxi, but on the other hand these businesses provide some extra benefits (Meet & Greet, English speakers, premium/luxury car, flatfare, free WLAN on board). Free-of-charge 24-hour shuttles connect Terminals T1 and 2. Frequenz: 08:00-20:00 every 4 min.
Travel time between terminal is 10 min. By busThe best way to get from Girona airport to Barcelona is by coach. From the airport there is a local coach to the main Estació Nord train terminal in Barcelona. Coaches are synchronized with the flights, the travel time is 1h15 and the fare (January 2015) is 16 one way and 25 one way tickets (valid for 30 days).
Busses are run by Sagales, so visit their website for more information and the latest timetable. At the airport there is no railway terminal, you can take the coach to Girona and from there the trains to Barcelona. However, you can take a taxi to Girona and from there take the trains to Barcelona.
From Reus airport, the best way to get to Barcelona is by coach. From the airport there is a local coach to Barcelona Sants terminal. The busses are synchronized with the flights, the journey takes 1h30 and the fare (March 2015) is 15. Busses are run by Hispano Igualadina, so visit their website for more information and the latest timetable.
At the airport there is no railway terminal, you can take the coach to Reus and from there the trains to Barcelona. However, you can take a taxi to Reus or Tarragona and from there take the trains to Barcelona. Barcelona's port (cruise and ferry) is located near the city centre, near the Columbus Monument on the seaside of Las Ramblas.
It is only a quick taxi drive to the centre, so a taxi is an easier and not too costly one. There are 3 taxi stands near the cruising terminal and 3 more near the ferrying terminal. Taxi from the harbour to BCN airport has a lump sum of 39?, inclusive of all supplements, the journey takes about 25min.
Beside a taxi, the best choice is the PortBus, which is only used on cruiseships. Outside you can take one of the many busses or the subway (L3 - tram line at Drassanes station). When you come to Barcelona by road, you should know that street spaces are reserved for local people only ( apart from some areas far from the city centre).
POLICY is VERY TRUE and your vehicle will be removed within a few moments if it does not meet these regulations. Plus the penalty could reduce the amount of the Barcelona joke (from 150 ? to 250 ?). You can find them anywhere in the city, even in the historic centre! Reasonable prices for 3 nights to a whole Week or more in the new part of the city (Parc del Forum - Diagonal Mar): Barcelona boasts an outstanding urban transportation system with 11 different subway routes, 6 tram routes and more than 100 buses.
In this section you will find fundamental information about the system, for further information please see the Getting Around section. The majority of you will use the 5 major lineages, and some will use L7 (to get to Tibidabo). Saturday: from 05:00 hrs with non-stop services until Sunday at 24:00 hrs. on December 24th, the subway will close at 11:00.
The FGC routes usually begin later, shut down sooner and do not work non-stop (they prolong the shut down time until about 02:00 on Friday and Saturday), but you must review each route individually and before use on the FGC website. The L9 is a new line that should have reached the airport at the opening of the new terminals, but after many lags and a total loss of building after the 2008 financial crises it is not yet finished and only a small part of the line is working (at the other end of the line, together with the L10).
After one year of test run, they will commence operations on the airport side in the first quarter of 2016 at the latest, as many of the airport side station have been finished. This new section starts at T1, stops at P2 and goes into the city until the Zona Universitaria.
This line does not enter the city centre, so a transfer is necessary (it has links to L1, L5, as well as routes 3, FGC and TramBaix). Also in the near term, the two parts will be interconnected to complement the line and further expansion projects are planned for reaching the airport through extension of Line2.
REMINDER: T-10 is not applicable at the stations of L9 Sud airport. TMB operates the city busses, which comprise 100 routes. Neighborhood lines: drive through relatively small areas in a neighborhood, usually it is a small bus. Overnight busses (called Nitbus) substitute the normal busses. There are 20 additional routes that connect different places in the Barcelona region, such as Sabadell, Terrassa, Sant Cugat, Mataró, Pineda, Molins de Rei, etc.
Click here for more information on all overnight routes. Or visit the AMB' website, which is only for city routes. Click here for a list of overnight routes in the Metropolregion. Click here for a list of Barcelona's overnight routes. 6 tramway routes are in operation in 2 different segments.
Trambesòs 3 routes (T4, T5, T6) connecting parts of Sant Martí with Badalona and Sant Adrià de Besòs. Barcelona's urban transportation system comprises many means of transportation such as busses, metros, trams and local services run by different enterprises (such as TMB for the major metropolitan system and busses, Renfe for local services and FGC for local services and 3 subway lines), but all are integrated according to a single fare and ticket system.
You can get the 70/30 ticket for large groups travelling together (like a family) (like the T-10, but for 70 trips, but it also has a 30-day limitation to use it from the first stamp). You can also use the built-in map to switch between different modes of transportation, so you can switch up to three ways to resume your journey.
1h15 for the 1-zone map (the length is increased by 15 min for each extra zone). Keep in mind that the changeover to another means of transportation must take place so that you can switch from the subway to the coach to the tram to the subway of the other undertaking, but when you get off the subway, you will again be charged when you get back inside (by other means, such as busses, this will occur if you use the same line again).
Aside from the modification limit, the validity itself has a 2h limit, so that it is not possible to travel all night on the subway (without exiting the system). In the case of busses, the validity ends at the end of the route (even if it lasts more than 2 hours after the first validation). You can also purchase the HOLA BCN! ticket, which gives you 2, 3, 4 or 5 full nights unrestricted use of all means of transportation in the built-in system in Area 1 (there is no optional way for other zones).
Although this may sound great, for most of us it will be a great pecuniary loss, as Barcelona is a very accessible city, so you won't be using as much urban transportation as you think. All kinds of tickets can be bought in the ticket vending machine at underground railway station, railway station and tramway station.
You can only buy a normal travel pass in the coach, the chauffeur does not give money for more than 20 euro banknotes. In order to get to other parts of Catalonia and for quick trips in Barcelona City use the Rodalies (or Cercanías in Spanish) shuttle coaches. They are subdivided into the Barcelona region train and the local train.
Renfe operates most of the train services, but some are FGC services and are available in Sants, Passeig de Gràcia, Catalunya, Estació de França and Arc de Triomf (not all services cross all railway yards, so make an appointment in advance). A lot of tourist have to keep their baggage in the city for a while.
The Barcelona Port - Shipping - For cruising customers who wish to warehouse or ship their baggage before or after the voyage, Barcelona Port offers a Bag&Go shipping warehouse facility. You collect your baggage at the cruises departure point and bring it later to the airport, your hotels or the railway stations. At the airport the pick-up point is at T1, so if you are leaving T2 you should consider this.
Further information can be found on the BCN Airport website. Train depot open from 05:30 to 23:00, in the McDonalds central school. Please go to the Santa's ward page for more information. North Estació coach terminal. Easy Barcelona - Offers 2 cabinet heights and large stowage space for objects.
C/ Estruc 36 (the first right of Carrer Fontanella, the intersection between Catalunya Square and Urquinaona Square on the right side of El Corte Ingls - click here for Google Map location). Baggage and bicycle rental near Catalunya Easyin City Square (Twitter page).
Daily open from 09:00 - 21:00 o'clock. GetBagService Barcelona provides essential baggage storage and delivery service of baggage handling equipment from hotel to airport or other venues in the city to BCN airport. Delivery Barcelona City - The BDS firm collects the baggage from the lodging.
Transfers are available at certain places and times at the airport (T1 and T2), at the railway stations (Barcelona Sants and Estació de Fraça) and at the coach terminal (Estació Nord and near the aerobus stop at Pl. Catalunya). Baggage pick-up can take place in certain 15-minute windows (between 3-9 day windows, according to location).
At the airport, for example, there are 9 slot machines, one per slot per hours, beginning at 14:45 (between 14:45-15:00, 15:45-16:00, etc. ~ up to 22:45-23:00) and in Barcelona Sants there are 3 slot machines, at 16:30-16:45, 18:45-19:00 and 21:00-21:15, so not everyone is comfortable. City of Barcelona - Baggage services from hotel/apartment to airport and back.