How to Get from Badalona to Other Destinations
Located just 10 km away from Barcelona, the old town of Badalona is often thought to be part of it. During the warm season, this town becomes a popular holiday destination due to its magnificent beach area (here, one can find 6 km of golden sand beaches). In order to reach or leave this place after their holidays, tourists choose public transport, taxi cabs, and individual transfers.
Taxi from Badalona
If you want to take a taxi in Badalona to reach other destinations, you may do that by phone or via some special apps or websites. Also, one can find cabs on the street. However, note that not all local taxi drivers speak the English language, so it would be better to write your full address. On average, getting to the city of Barcelona will cost you €25-30. Taking a taxi cab to El Prat Airport costs €40-45. During public holidays and night hours, prices may be higher.
Transfer from Badalona
In case you want to deal with an English-speaking service and wish to get to your final destination with maximum comfort possible, pre-arranging a private Kiwitaxi transfer will definitely be a good idea. This will save you lots of stress: you will travel in a comfortable car driven by a professional and polite driver. You won’t need to wait or look for your transfer driver as he/she will already be waiting for you on the spot at the time specified by you in your reservation. Also, you may choose the most appropriate vehicle class: if you are a group of travelers, a minibus may be the best choice for you. An Economy-class taxi transfer from Badalona to the Catalan capital will cost €48, and to El Prat air hub - €54.
If you have any questions related to our transfers, feel free to ask them on the Kiwitaxi website.
Public Transport from Badalona
The capital of Catalonia is easily accessible from Badalona by metro (Purple Line). A single ticket will cost you €2.2. Also, this city can be reached by suburban Renfe train. In this case, a trip to Barcelona Sants will take around 25 minutes and will cost €2.2, as well.
Also, Renfe trains can take you to Blanes, Calafell, Calella, Castelldefels, Sitges, and other nearby locations.
These services don’t operate round the clock, so always check their timetables before the trip. In case you’re planning a late night trip, it would be better to pre-arrange a transfer or a taxi for that.
One can find lots of ancient sights in the town. Among them are Dalt de la Vila district, Church of Santa Maria, Monastery of Saint Jerome, Badalona Museum, etc.