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Trains to Barcelona

Barcelona is Spain’s second city and capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia. It is the easiest major Spanish city to reach by train from London (or, indeed, from Paris and many other cities in western Europe). A high-speed line launched in 2013 dives under the Pyrenees, linking the Roussillon region of France with Catalonia. So Barcelona now has direct fast trains from more than a dozen cities across France.

You can speed from Paris to Barcelona in just 6 hrs 30 mins and the journey from London to Barcelona is easily managed in a day. The best option is to take a morning Eurostar to Paris, connecting in the French capital with a high-speed TGV train direct to Barcelona. On those days when the direct London to Lyon Eurostar runs there is also a useful alternative route from London to Barcelona, changing just once at Lyon Part Dieu.

Onward connections from Barcelona to the rest of Spain are excellent. The fastest high-speed trains dash to Madrid in just 2 hrs 30 mins. There are direct services to Málaga, Seville and Córdoba with the fastest trains taking between five and six hours to reach these cities in Andalucía. But don’t leave Barcelona too quickly. This vibrant city is full of culture, arts, architecture and sport. It is a perfect choice for a weekend break or longer stay. Check out the Barcelona Design Museum (Museu del Disseny de Barcelona), explore Montjuic and take time to savour the city's distinctive Catalan flair. Football fans can take a pilgrimage to Camp Nou for the FC Barcelona Museum. Those more inclined to architecture should make time for Casa Vicens, one-time home of Antoni Gaudí and a modernist masterpiece. It just opened to the public in late 2017.

The main railway station is called Barcelona Sants, and it is from here that all high-speed trains depart. Many trains to Valencia and beyond also serve Estació de França. There is an excellent network of suburban and regional trains serving the wider Barcelona region; these trains are branded Rodalies de Catalunya. That network even extends over the French border, but only a small number of Rodalies de Catalunya trains can be booked here on our website.

Travel to Barcelona by train from anywhere in the UK or across Europe.

Da Madrid a Barcelona in treno

from 37,23 $

Avg 0 change 2ore 30m

Da Montpellier a Barcelona in treno

from 32,65 $

Avg 0 change 2ore 51m

Da Paris a Barcelona in treno

from 43,76 $

Avg 0 change 6ore 19m

Da Londra a Barcelona in treno

from 102,53 $

Avg 1 change 10ore 10m

Da Avignon a Barcelona in treno

from 39,18 $

Avg 0 change 3ore 53m

Da Toulouse a Barcelona in treno

from 32,65 $

Avg 0 change 3ore 14m

Da Narbonne a Barcelona in treno

from 32,65 $

Avg 0 change 1ore 55m

Da Lyon a Barcelona in treno

from 43,76 $

Avg 0 change 5ore 5m

Da Perpignan a Barcelona in treno

from 21,55 $

Avg 0 change 1ore 19m

Da Bilbao a Barcelona in treno

from 22,20 $

Avg 0 change 6ore 49m

Da Brighton a Barcelona in treno

from 153,74 $

Avg 2 change 11ore 57m

Da Bath a Barcelona in treno

from 201,80 $

Avg 2 change 12ore 48m

Da Marseille a Barcelona in treno

from 43,76 $

Avg 0 change 4ore 32m

Da Lille a Barcelona in treno

from 62,70 $

Avg 1 change 8ore 21m

Da Salou a Barcelona in treno

from 9,14 $

Avg 0 change 1ore 1m

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