Barcelona city center

Sant Antoni

And the festivals of the Tres Tombs The neighborhood takes its name from the church

Arc de Triomf

Entrance through the main gate This monumental arch situated at the entrance of the Paseo


A bullring for everything This is the name of the imposing bullring located next to


A popular theatre This station has the name of the grand opera house located in


Little Barcelona Barceloneta is a diminutive of Barcelona, coined no doubt, by those living nearby

Av. Carrilet

Miniature rails This station commemorates the train of the line Llobregat-Anoia of the Ferrocarils de


The Montmatre of Barcelona This street was officialy inaugurated the 8th October 1894 and it

Maria Cristina

The regent queen This station abuts on a Barcelona’s square that is dedicated to Maria

Besòs Mar

The last stretch of the River Besòs The neighbourhood of Besòs is situated on the


The clergyman of the Catalan Renaissance Jacint Verdaguer i Santaló was born in Folgueroles in

Baró de Viver

Organizer of the 1929 Expo In the nineteenth century, the land that today comprises the


The fiercest Almogavar The street that gives name to this station is dedicated to Bernard


Construyendo en el monte There are two theories about the origin of the name Montbau.


A centuries-old stream In a document that dates back to 1210, there is already mention

Via Júlia

That Roman colony At first this station was called Roquetes, but in 1999 it was


For a good travel There are many theories about the name of the district of