Turisme de Sitges

Train

By train

  • From Barcelona. ‘Cercanías’/’Rodalies’ local rail line R2-Sud
    Line R32 Sud links Barcelona with Sitges. There are three rail stops in Barcelona, the so-called Ciutat Comtal or County City.
    You can check timetables at renfe.es.

    Barcelona-Estació de França station
    Located on Avinguda del Marquès de l'Argentera, 1, near the Parc de la Ciutadella, between the neighbourhoods of La Barceloneta and La Ribera (also known as the Borne district).

    Metro Line L4

    Barcelona-Passeig de Gracia station
    The subterranean station on Passeig de Gracia (serving both train and metro lines) is located on the crossroads with Carrer Aragó, approximately between numbers 43 and 51 on Passeig de Gracia, in the Eixample district.
    Metro lines L2, L3 and L4

    Barcelona-Sants Station

    Located in the Sants district (Plaça dels Països Catalans, s/n - no number) this railway station is the main hub for long distance national and international trains. 

    Metro lines L3 and L5 
     


  • From Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport

    The airport train station is located in front of Terminal T2, accessible via a walkway. There is also a (free) Bustransit transfer service which runs between the station and Terminal T1.
    To get to Sitges from the airport, you will need to change  at El Prat de Llobregat station and catch a train to Sitges in the opposite direction.
    Itinerary: Airport - El Prat de Llobregat (1 stop). Going from the airport, from 05:42 to 23:38. Every 30 minutes    
    Change onto R2 Sud line. El Prat de Llobregat - Sitges. Trains every half an hour.  Travel time: 24 minutes. 

  • From Reus Airport (Tarragona)

    There is no train station at Reus Airport, you will need to go to Reus city itself.
    To reach Sitges from Reus Airport, you will first have to travel to Reus railway station (via taxi or bus) and then, from there, take a Barcelona-bound train calling specifically at Sitges (see the regional train timetable for Reus to Barcelona journeys on the RENFE national rail website, in the “media distancia” (medium distance) section). The R14 line stops in Sitges and the R15 stops in Sant Vicenç de Calders, where you can change and take another train, with Barcelona as its final destination, calling at Sitges. The journey from Reus to Sitges takes one hour by train.
    Not many trains run from Reus to Sitges, and if the timetable does not match up well with your arrival flights, another option is to take a train to Sant Vicenç de Calders (lasting 35 minutes) and then, from there, you can catch a train to Sitges via the R2 Sud/R2S line (trains from Vicenç de Calders to Sitges are much more frequent and the journey lasts 25 minutes). See train timetables on the RENFE national rail website, in the “Cercanías”/Barcelona section.

    Reaching the train station by taxi from Reus Airport may cost around €20.
    Travelling by public bus to Reus city from Reus Airport costs €2.40. The buses are coloured yellow and the airport Information Office offers an airport timetable guide (in Spanish and English) with timetables and stops. The journey by bus from Reus Airport to Reus railway station takes 30 minutes (line 50).

    Please see the website for opening times:  www.reustransport.com/pdf/L50.pdf
    Reus transport office phone number: +34 97 730 00 06

  • From the AVE station (high speed train)

    We suggest that you stay on the train until reaching Barcelona-Sants Station and then change onto an R2 Sud line train, as Camp de Tarragona station does not serve the local ‘cercanías’/’rodalies’ lines.
    Madrid, Zaragoza, Lleida, Barcelona/Málaga, Córdoba, Barcelona/Seville, Córdoba, Barcelona.

  • Euromed

    We suggest that you stay on the train until reaching Barcelona-Sants Station and then change onto an R2 Sud line train.

    Valencia, Castellón, Tarragona