How to arrive?

The city is accessible through these transport facilities:

Barcelona Airport, with two commercial terminals, T1 and T2, and a corporate terminal with capacity for 26 private planes, has a transit of more than 800 flights a day and more than 44 million passengers a year. The airport is 12 kilometers from the city and it is also accessible by train, bus and metro.

by air

Barcelona is the most important cruise port in Europe and the fourth in the world. In 2016 the port received 2.7 million cruise passengers. Barcelona is the home port of the main cruise companies that sail through the Western Mediterranean. As for regular ferry lines connecting the Balearic Islands, Genoa, Civitavecchia (Rome), Algiers and Tangiers, the port of Barcelona received 1.27 million passengers. To accommodate this volume of passengers the port has seven terminals dedicated to cruises and three ferry terminals.

by sea

The France-Spain high-speed line, through the new Trans-Pyrenean tunnel of Pertús, connects Barcelona with several European cities. The journey between Barcelona and Paris takes place in 5h.35m. The high speed also connects the Catalan capital with Madrid and other cities of Spain.

by train

Barcelona is located 150 km from La Jonquera, on the border with France. It is connected to the French motorway network via the AP7 and C33. The city can be reached using the highways rings or through the avenue Meridiana until the center. From the south, driving from the rest of Spain the city is connected through the AP2 motorway and the access is via Diagonal Avenue.

by road
Public Transport

The city has a wide offer of public transportation with a renowned service:

* TMB offers passes for congresses and special events. They are valid for 2, 3, 4 or 5 days and for all means of transport. Several night bus lines cover the main routes all night.