|Barcelona Sants (Estacio Sants)|
Barcelona Sants station, also known Sants Estación is Barcelona's largest train station and provides rail services both in and around Barcelona and for the whole of Spain and beyond.
The station itself can prove quite a confusing place to be as it is so large and there are often large numbers of passengers there. I have set about a detailed investigation into all aspects of the train station, to try to make using the station services as simple as possible.
This page provides an overview to the station: station opening times, plus a link to a station map and a list of train destinations. It also provides links to detailed pages explaining the facilities at the station and how to buy your train tickets.
Monday - Sunday: Monday - Saturday: 04:30 - 00:30
Sunday and Holidays: 05:00 - 00:30
Click the link to see a full floor plan of Barcelona Sants station: Map of Barcelona Sants Station. This map provides a key to where the lifts, escalators, information desks, ticket booths, ticket machines and luggage trolleys are at Barcelona Sants station.
The facilities at Barcelona Sants station are plentiful, to reflect the large amount of travellers who pass through the station every day. This page covers links to detailed pages for information on the toilets, information desks, Wi-Fi, left luggage, lost property, disabled facilities, information desks and tourist information at Barcelona Sants station: Guide to facilities at Barcelona Sants station.
Buying tickets at Barcelona Sants station can prove to be quite complicated. You need to know what type of train you will be travelling on and on what day you plan to travel. See my Guide to Ticketing at Barcelona Sants station for a detailed guide on how to buy tickets via telephone, internet and at Barcelona Sants station.
Barcelona Sants railway station is a hub of bustle and excitement for travellers heading all over Spain and beyond. Take a little time before you go to do some research into the facilities that are there and what you need to do to buy train tickets and it should make for a pleasant experience.