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A fleet of over 1,000 fully adapted buses serve all areas of Barcelona. The integrated fare system means that travel cards can be used on the metro, trams, FGC and Renfe trains (zone 1)

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    Oficines d'informació

    Barcelona has a transport fleet of more than 1000 buses which operate on over 100 routes and connect all the city's districts and the metropolitan area. The buses have low floors and are adapted for people with reduced mobility. Transport passes can be used on the metro, Barcelona's tram, city-centre lines of the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC) and Renfe trains (zone 1).

    Tickets: methods and prices
    Barcelona's bus network operates an integrated fare system enabling passengers to obtain a free transfer from one means of transport to another within a period of 1 hour and 15 minutes. There are different types of travel cards and transport passes that are valid throughout the public transport network (metro, buses, tram and suburban rail), including the T-casual card which is valid for 10 journeys, or day passes (2, 3, 4 and 5 days).

    Single ticket: 2,40 €
    T-casual: 11,35 €
    Day passes: Hola Barcelona

    Running times vary according to the bus route. Most services begin between 5 and 8am and end between 10 and 11pm. Average frequency of service is between 20 and 30 minutes at weekends. (The running times and frequency of service are posted at the bus stops).

    For further information about Barcelona's bus network:
    Tel. 902 075 027 |

  • Night Bus Service

    Barcelona has a night-bus service (Nit Bus) which serves most of the city and its suburban area.
    Most of the night bus services begin between 10.40pm and 11.40pm and end between 5am and 6am. They all stop at or depart from Barcelona's Plaça de Catalunya.

    For further information about Barcelona's night bus network, methods, prices and times:

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