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Barcelona metro reverts to earlier 2am closing time on Saturday nights

Subway adjusts timetable in light of new restrictions curbing social activity from 1230am


13 July 2021 05:35 PM


ACN | Barcelona

Barcelona metro has announced that from this week it will close at 2am on Saturday nights going into Sunday morning, as a result of the new restrictions announced by the Catalan government curbing social activity at 1230am.

Barcelona Metropolitan Transport (TMB) says the last trains will leave at 2am on Saturday night, as well as on Fridays and bank holidays, thus bringing continuous service at weekends to an end.

The all-night service on Saturdays was only reintroduced a few weeks ago, on June 26, which marked a return to normal timetables for the first time since the state of alarm was introduced on March 14, 2020.

TMB says it will continue to adapt its service "depending on how the health situation evolves and nightlife is regulated in the coming weeks."

Ferrocarrils (FGC) and TRAM services did not amend their timetables previously and will continue to run until two in the morning. They will resume again at 5am, as will metro services.

AMB night buses and Catalan intercity night buses will also continue with their current services.

On Monday, the Catalan government announced that all activities in public spaces will have to end by 12.30am.

They are also considering reimposing a curfew, given the rapid spread of Covid-19 in the past week.


  • A metro passenger enters Santa Eulàlia station on line 1, August 28, 2020 (Àlex Recolons)

  • A metro passenger enters Santa Eulàlia station on line 1, August 28, 2020 (Àlex Recolons)