Below is a map of the Barcelona metro system. Although it may be difficult to see here, clicking on it will take you to a zoom version on the official Metro website. Notice you can click on the Red Lin #1 and actually see how close we are to Arc de Triomf Metro etc etc. Please feel comfortable to "poke around" on all the pictures here and links, and "visually see your way" before you get here- that way it will all look familiar. We get many many request how to get here from Girona- don't worry it is very common for our guest to fly in on Ryan Air and then arrive here. Please see Girona Airport Info- this site. Bravenet Hit CounterMetro is Great!!
Barcelona's subway system is called the Metro and is easy to use and has incredible prices. A ticket for ten rides costs just under 7€ bringing the price per trip to under 0.70 cents. Not only that, but this ticket is good on ANY public transport inside barcelona; the Metro, the Renfe regional trains, the day and night buses, etc. Barcelona's Metro stays open until 12 midnight every day and on Friday and Saturday nights it stays open until 2 A.M. After that the night buses run everywhere in the city for all hours of the night.
Barcelona's Renfe regional trains can take you to the many wonderful nearby towns and beaches that are too far to reach by Metro. Additionally, the Renfe provides fast and easy transport from Barcelona's international airport into the heart of the city, Plaza Catalunya. From this Plaza, transport to and from our AAE Properties is simple and quick. It takes less than 5 minutes to reach our places by foot.The Barcelona Public Transport website
Also, if you need to find a specific address somewhere in Barcelona you can visit this site
. Just enter the address and number that you want and you get a map of the surrounding area. Useful for those smaller, more difficult to find attractions.
You will find that travel within the city of Barcelona is easier than most places in the world. The locals are friendly and helpful so if you DO manage to become lost, just ask for directions as best you can and you're sure to receive a helpful response.