The Barcelona Airport Trains are inexpensive and easy to use and If you have arrived at Terminal 2 module A or B simply follow signs to the train station in the arrivals hall where they will direct you into the Terminal B check in area opposite the Spanair and Lufthansa check in desks.
The lifts and escalators providing access to the bridge that leads into the train station are situated directly opposite check in desks 90 - 93 in Terminal B. From here simply cross over the airbridge and you will enter the main train station terminal. It is approximately a 3 minute walk from the terminal building to the train station and there is a lift at either end of the bridge for easy access and for passengers with reduced mobility.
If you land at Terminal 1 you need to get the connecting shuttle bus from outside arrivals and get off at the Terminal 2B stop.
The fares on Barcelona trains are divided into Zones 1-6. For more information on timetables and fares visit the website Renfe Cercanías Barcelona.
Click here for more information on Barcelona Metro Maps, Fares and Timetables or telephone +34 902 240 202
Barcelona City Centre
There is a RENFE train which you can catch in the T2 station into the city centre where you can transfer over to the metro system at either Barcelona Sants, Passeig de Gràcia or El Clot-Aragó stations.
Journey times are Barcelona Sants 22 minutes: Passeig de Gracia 27 minutes and Granollers 1 hour 3 minutes. The trains run at 30 minute intervals with epartures from the airport from 05:42 to 23:38
Single fare from €3.80
You can find out the timetables here: www.renfe.es
Estació França - Airport
There is one direct train a day to Estació França leaving the airport at 05.42am and Franca Station at 05:00am.The journey time is 30 minutes.
Barcelona Airport Trains
You can also get the trains from Barcelona Central Station to Almeria, Bilbao, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Jerez, Madrid, Malaga, Seville, Valencia and many more destinations throughout Spain and France.
We have written a guide to using Trains in Spain to help you get around Spain.
By Linda Craik Google+