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The easiest and fast way to get the Faculty of Economic and Business from Barcelona-Sants train station is by subway L3.
See section transports at:
At Terminal 1: outside the T1 Arrivals area (P0) and the Departures area (P3).
At Terminal 2: in front of the Joan Miró mural.
Frequency: every 5 to 15 minutes from 06:00 to 01:00.
Approximate journey time: 20 minutes
Cost: 5.90€ for a single trip. 10.20 for a return ticket.
Buying tickets: Online, from ticket machines, from staff at stops/driver (in the latter case, only in cash with a maximum change of 20€).
Stands: in front of both terminals
Not all taxis accept credit card payments; verify whether credit cards are accepted before leaving the airport.
Approximate journey time: 20-40 minutes.
Cost: 25 – 35€. Information about fares charges (inc. service charge, tipping not expected) are available to view on the taxi.
Station: connected to Terminal 2 via an air bridge (free shuttle bus service between the station and Terminal 1, every 30 minutes).
Approximate journey time: 25 minutes.
Main stations in city centre: “Barcelona Sants”, “Barcelona Passeig de Gràcia” and “Barcelona Estació de França” Railway Station.
During the DAY: bus #46 from both terminals every 15 minutes to Plaça Espanya. Route
At NIGHT (from 21:50 to 04:40), night bus ‘NitBus N17′, from Terminal 1, every 20 minutes.
Cost: 2.15€ for a single trip.
Approximate journey time: 50 minutes.
The metropolitan transport authority (TMB) operates two permanent transport networks (metro and bus including the night buses). For searching the best way to go from one point to other by public transport It will be very useful “Going to”
If you would like to travel by public transport we recommend you T-10 (1 zone). Multi-person card for 10 journeys. It is valid for metro, bus and tram within the city. It can be used by different people and you can make several transfers within 75 minutes.
Official Barcelona Taxis are yellow and black with a green light on the top of the Taxi indicates that it’s available for hire. Most taxis are licensed to carry up to 4 passengers however some van taxis have a special license to carry up to 6 passengers. If you require a taxi to carry 6 passengers, it is better to book it by phone.
If you’re attempting to get around in the very heart of the city, a taxi may not be the best choice. Most of the city center is pedestrianized and the roads that go through the center can be quite small and congested.