How to get to the port

The Port of Barcelona is located next to a land transport infrastructure node, part of an extensive rail and motorway network that brings us closer to the hinterland. We are also very well connected with different areas of the city of Barcelona.


Arrive by road

Through the Ronda, a dual carriageway that runs around the perimeter of the city of Barcelona and passes next to the port, access to the road network is immediate.

Access to the motorways:

  • Ap-2 Motorway, which connects with the centre of the country, Aragón and the A-68 in the north of Spain and the French border by Irún.
  • AP-7 Mediterranean Motorway, which links to the south with Levante, central Spain and to the north, with the French border and the European motorway network.
  • AP-9 Motorway, which links with the AP-7 on the French border via La Jonquera.
  • C-32 motorway, which links with the south and East of the country.
  • C-58 motorway in Sabadell, Terrassa and Manresa, which connects with the Llobregat axis and through the Cadí tunnel with France at Puigcerdà and the tunnel of Pimorent.
  • C-31 Motorway, which connects with the National II at the French border.

From the port you can also easily connect with the following national roads:

  • National II, in the west, centre and north of the country.
  • National C-17, with the French border at Puigcerdà.
  • National 150, with Sabadell, Terrassa and Manresa.
  • National 340, which connects the south and east of the country.

Public transport and bicycles

Various metro< /a> and bus lines take you to different areas of the port. And the network of bike lanes in Barcelona also allows you to reach many points of the commercial and citizen’s port by bicycle.

Rail freight

The port has the following rail connections for goods:

Renfe (in Iberian gauge)

  • To Port-Bou (France) via Mataró and Granollers.
  • To Puigcerdà (France).
  • To the centre, west and north of the country via: Manresa-Lleida, Sant Vicenç-Lleida, Tarragona-Zaragoza.
  • To the west, south and east of the country by: Tarragona-Valencia.

Railways of the Generalitat de Catalunya

  • In Manresa, Súria and Berga (metric width).< /li>
  • In Igualada (metric width).
  • In Sabadell and Terrassa.
How to get to the port