Barcelona Metro Map
The Barcelona Metro network is composed of 12 lines which allow passengers to reach most of the neigbourhoods of the Catalonia capital city. These lines are labelled with different colors. The Metro of Barcelona serves the Barcelona–El Prat Airport, and the Camp Nou, home of the Barcelona football team. It is the second longest and busiest metro systems in Spain, after the Madrid Metro.You can check below the Barcelona Metro Map.
Barcelona Metro Lines
Line 1 operates between Hospital de Bellvitge station, within the municipality of L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, and Fondo station, located in Santa Coloma de Gramenet. It is the Red Line on the map, and often shortened to L1.
Line 2 runs from Paral·lel station, in Sants-Montjuïc district, to Badalona Pompeu Fabra, in the municipality of Badalona. Line 2, or L2, is also known as the Purple Line.
Line 3 runs between Zona Universitària station, in Les Corts district, and Trinitat Nova, in the district of Nou Barris. The Line 3 is represented on the subway map wih the green color it is also known as L3.
Line 4 operates from Trinitat Nova station to La Pau, within the Sant Martí district. Also known as L4, it is the Yellow Line on the metro map.
Line 5 operates between Cornellà Centre and Vall d’Hebron stations. Line 5, or L5, is also known as the Blue Line.
Line 6 runs from Plaça de Catalunya station to Sarrià. There are only 8 stations on the line.
Line 7 operates between Plaça de Catalunya and Avinguda Tibidabo stations. Also known as L7, the Line 7 is represented on the metro map wih the brown color.
Line 8 operates from Plaça Espanya to Molí Nou-Ciutat Cooperativa station, in Sant Boi de Llobregat. Line 8 is the Pink Line on the map. It is also known as L8.
L9 South runs between Zona Universitària and Aeroport T1 station, which serves Barcelona–El Prat Airport.
L9 North operates from La Sagrera and Can Zam stations. Line 9, or L9, is also known as the Orange Line.
Line 10 operates between La Sagrera and Gorg stations. It is the Light Blue on the map.
Line 11 runs from Trinitat Nova station to Can Cuiàs. There are only 5 stations on the line. Line 11, also known as L11, is the Light Green line on the metro map.
Line 12 operates between Sarrià and Reina Elisenda stations. It is the shortest line of
the Barcelona Metro network, with only 2 stations. It is the Lilac Line on the map.