Barcelona Card

Enjoy unlimited public transport and free admission to some of the best sights

Discover Barcelona with discount

Barcelona Card is a card that offers unlimited public transport and free admission to some of the best sights in Barcelona.

The Barcelona Card can be used for unlimited travel on all public transport, including buses, metro trains, tram and the Montjuic cable car. It also offers free entrance to more than 50 attractions, including museums, monuments and parks.

The card is available in three different versions: 24 hours (€32), 48 hours (€42) or 72 hours (€52).

The Barcelona Card is your key to the Catalan capital. With free public transport, skip-the-line museum entrance, and dozens of discounts for attractions around the city sorted in advance. All that’s left is for you to decide in what order the magic happens.

With so much to see on every busy street corner in Barcelona, preparation is key to maximize your visit to Gaudí’s vibrant city.

Sample the best of Gaudí’s genius with discounted access to Casa Milà (La Pedrera) and Casa Batlló, or pay a free visit to the Picasso Museum.

Also with this card you’ll travel free on the metro, cable cars, and, surprisingly, on the air terminal train and metro.

Make the most of your Barcelona time with the Barcelona Card!

What’s included

  • Unlimited free travel on the TMB metros and buses, the FGC city and suburban trains, trams, airport trains and Renfe suburban trains zone 1
  • Skip-the-line entry to museums and sights
  • Map of Barcelona and a guidebook in 6 languages

What’s not included

  • Night buses

Go to the Barcelona Tourist Office (open 08:30-20:30) at one of the following locations and show your smartphone voucher to receive your Barcelona Card: Plaça de Catalunya, 17-basement; or Airport, terminals T1, T2 and metro L9 lobby.

Free admission with your Barcelonca card

  • The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) is a cultural centre in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The building was designed by the architects Carles Buïgas and Ramon Vilalta.The CCCB was founded in 1994 by the Catalan government as part of its regional policy for culture and education. It has been directed since its opening by Joan-Pau Rubió i Tudurí, who has been instrumental in making it one of the leading cultural centres in Europe.
  • The Fundació Antoni Tàpies is an art foundation in Barcelona, created in 1975 by Antoni Tàpies. It was designed to promote the work of Catalan artists and their international counterparts. The Fundació Joan Miró is a museum that was created in 1975 by Joan Miró, a Catalan artist. It was designed to promote his work and the work of other Spanish artists.
  • MACBA is a contemporary art museum in Barcelona. It was opened on September 11, 1995 and it has been a major cultural hub for the city ever since. The museum is located in the El Born district and it is surrounded by medieval buildings that are part of an old port quarter.

    The museum’s main building is an old factory from the 1860s which now houses a large exhibition space, a library, and offices. There are also two other spaces: MACBA 2, which hosts temporary exhibitions; and MACBA Lab, which is used for workshops and lectures.

    MACBA Barcelona’s Contemporary Art Museum has been one of the most influential museums in Spain since it opened its doors to the public in 1995.

  • MNAC is a modern art museum located in Barcelona, Catalonia. It was founded in 1995 and has been open to the public since 1997. The museum houses collections of Catalan and European art from the 18th century up to the present day, including works by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Antoni Tàpies.The MNAC National Art Museum was founded in 1995 in Barcelona by Josep Lluís Sert with the intention of creating a modern art museum that would be open to the public. The MNAC is a private institution that was created with public funds and is governed by a board of directors as well as an advisory council made up of experts from various fields.
  • Museu Picasso was founded by the artist Pablo Picasso in order to house his own collection of artwork. The museum is located on the Montcada Street in Barcelona’s city centre and houses over 3,000 works of art by Picasso and other artists such as Georges Braque, Max Ernst, Joan Miro and Henri Matisse.

    The museum opened on October 8, 1963 with a single exhibition consisting of 265 works that had been donated to the Spanish state by Picasso in 1961.

  • El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria. The Centre was inaugurated in September 2008 and is located in the El Born neighbourhood of Barcelona. It is a public institution, with the aim of promoting culture, knowledge and memory.

    In this section, we have discussed about the El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria which is a public institution that aims to promote culture, knowledge and memory. The introduction has been written to be persuasive and relevant to the topic of this section.

  • MUHBA: El Call, Museum of the History of Barcelona is a museum that showcases the history of the city. It is located in a building that was originally built as a textile factory. The museum has exhibitions, workshops, and other activities related to Barcelona’s history.

    The Museum of the History of Barcelona is an excellent place to learn about the history of this famous city.

  • Sepulcral. The word “sepulcral” is a derivative of the Latin word “sepulcrum,” which means “grave.” It is related to the English words “sepulchral” and “sarcophagus.”

    In ancient Rome, there were two types of burial grounds, one for commoners and one for wealthy citizens. The commoners’ graves were usually located outside of the city walls. They were simple holes in the ground with a pile of dirt on top to cover the deceased’s body. Wealthy citizens’ graves were much more elaborate. They typically had a tomb or mausoleum built over them with stairs leading down into it.

Other free admissions:

  • Museu de Cultures del Món
  • Museu del Disseny
  • Museu Etnològic
  • Museu Frederic Marès
  • Monestir de Pedralbes
  • CaixaForum and CosmoCaixa
  • Jardí Botànic de Barcelona
  • Museu de les Ciències Naturals de Barcelona
  • Museu de la Música, Museu de la Xocolata and Museu del
  • Modernisme Català
  • Museu Egipci de Barcelona
  • Museu Olímpic i de l’Esport Joan Antoni Samaranch
  • Public transport

Discounts with your Barcelonca card:

  • Casa Amatller
  • Casa Batlló
  • Casa de les Punxes
  • Casa Milà (La Pedrera)
  • Casa Vicens
  • Cripta Gaudí de la Colònia Güell
  • Gaudí Experiència
  • Palau Güell
  • Poble Espanyol and many more!