Acerca del barrio
Passeig de Gràcia is the main artery of the new Eixample. It was created in 1860 when the city walls were demolished. Following the Cerdà plan, the district was built with money from the wealthy families of Barcelona. The bourgeois of the city were competing in aesthetic refinement with the construction of their modernist buildings. The interiors and facades were richly decorated with the most diverse materials. The Eixample dreta (right side of the district) goes from Balmes Street to paseo Sant Joan and the street of Naples. You can find there several of the main places of interest in Barcelona such as Plaça Catalunya, Passeig de Gracia, la Pedrera, Casa Batlló, etc.
Catalunya – L1,L3,L6,L7,S7,ES,R1,R3,R4,S1,S2,S6
Passeig de Gràcia – L2, L3, L4, R2, R11, R13, R14, R15, R16
Provença – ES,S1,S2,S5,S5S,S69,L6,L7,S7,S7T
Balmes – València – 7,67,N5,V15
València – Pg de Gràcia – H10
Pg de Gràcia – Valencia – 22,24,N4,N6
Pg de Gràcia – Mallorca – 7,22,24,N4,N6,V15
Most popular tickets
T-casual: 11.35€ for 10 trips.
T-group:79.45€ for 70 trips in 30 days.
There are special tickets for Airport T1 and T2.