Red RouteThe 22-stop Red Route takes you around the most important sights in Barcelona’s city center, from Casa Batlló and La Pedrera (both buildings designed by Antoní Gaudí) to the Poble Espanyol, Fundació Joan Miró, and the bottom of the Montjuïc cable car. It also travels along the seafront to Port Vell, Port Olímpic, and the Barcelona Zoo, before circling back through the Gothic Quarter to the starting point of the loop. Buses leave every 20 minutes from 9 am to 7 pm and the full loop takes two hours to complete.
Blue RouteThis 14-stop route takes you out of the city center to explore more of Gaudí’s projects, from Sagrada Família to Park Güell, plus other sights like Camp Nou and the Monestir de Pedralbes. Buses depart every 20 minutes between 9 am and 8 pm, and the full route takes two hours to complete if you decide not to hop on or off at any stops.
Green RouteThis route runs from the middle of April until the end of October and highlights the beaches and Barcelona’s stunning Mediterranean coastline. You can join this route from the Red Route at Port Olímpic, before heading to Poblenou, the Parc Diagonal Mar, and back again. Buses run every 20 minutes from 9 am to 7 pm and the full loop takes 40 minutes to complete.