By train

Barcelona’s rail network connects the city with Spain’s major cities, as well as with other European destinations such as Paris, Zurich and Milan.

Sants Station is the main train station of Barcelona and Catalonia. One of the main advantages of this station is its excellent integration into the cities general transport system. Centrally located, it offers a taxi rank, numerous bus routes, and two metro lines – the green line (L3) and the blue line (L5).

The station concourse offers various services including a bank, pharmacy, gift shops, a tourist information point and ticket office. There is full wheelchair accessibility.

One of Barcelona’s most important train lines is the line to Madrid. The AVE high speed train connects the two cities in 2 hours and 40 minutes, passing through Tarragona, Leida and Zaragoza, at a cost of roughly 100 euros.
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