How to reach Barcelona

By Plane

Barcelona is served internationally by Josep Tarradellas Barcelona El Prat airport: https://www.aena.es/en/josep-tarradellas-barcelona-el-prat.html. At approximately 100 kilometres from Barcelona are the Girona-Costa Brava  and Reus  airports

By Train

Barcelona is also well-connected with the major national and international cities through railway networks. Please check the railway line: Renfe  (Spanish Railway)

By car

If you’re coming by private vehicle, you can find all the information on the state of the roads at the Servei Català de Trànsit (Catalan Transit Service) or at the Dirección General de Tráfico (Spanish Traffic Authority). There are also many coach lines regularly connecting Barcelona to major other cities. Please check the Barcelona’s main bus station Barcelona Nord.

 

 

EADA – City Campus

  • Metro: Stop «Passeig de Gracia» (metro lines L2, L3, L4); Stop «Universitat» (metro lines L1, L2); Stop «Hospital Clinic» (metro line L5)
  • Bus: Stop «Aribau-Aragó» (bus lines 54, 63, 67, N3, N7, N8, V13); Stop «Aragó-Muntaner» (bus line X1)

 

 

Pompeu Fabra University – Ciutadella Campus

  • Metro: Stop «Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica» (metro line L4)
  • Bus: Stop «Ramon Trias Fargas-Doctor Trueta» (bus line H16); Stop «Marina-Doctor Trueta» (bus lines V21, 136)
  • Tram: Stop «Wellington i Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica» (tram line T4)

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