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    Bus Plana offers different trips to Sitges

    by SaraM58 Written Jul 25, 2012

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    Barcelona – Tarragona – Salou - Port Aventura - Cambrils BM i La Granadella (going through Sitges, Torredembarra, Altafulla , Pineda)
    Sitges – Pineda – Port Aventura – Salou – BM Cambrils
    Barcelona – Tarragona – Salou - Port Aventura - Cambrils BM i La Granadella (going through Sitges, Torredembarra, Altafulla , Pineda)
    Roquetes – Sitges (going through Mas d’en Serra)
    Sitges – Pineda – Port Aventura – Salou – Cambrils
    Sitges – Vilafranca (going through Olivella)
    Vilafranca – Sitges (going through Olivella)
    Vilanova - Sitges (going through Roquetes, HR St. Camil i St. Pere de Ribes)

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    The T-10 card

    by Labrix Updated Jun 15, 2011

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    The T-10 card is a very useful way for moving in public transport. For going from Sitges to Barcelona you need a 3 zones card, but for moving just around Barcelona a 1 zone card will be enough.

    Apart of this, it has other advantages:

    - The T-10 card has 10 trips that can be used by more than one person. You have to pass it trough the machine in the station, one time for each traveler.
    - You can take different transports without any extra cost. For example, if you need to change from the train to the metro.
    - The 1 zone card accepts transport changes during 1h15m. And the 3 zones card accepts transport changes during 1h45m.
    - It can be used for taking also the night bus.
    - It can not be used in the Barcelona's touristic buses.

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    Sitges - Barcelona by train

    by Labrix Updated Mar 23, 2010

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    The cost of a one way ticket to Sitges/Barcelona is 2,50 € (4 zones).

    FROM SITGES TO BARCELONA
    A lot of trains depart from Sitges to Barcelona every 7 min. in rush hours and every 10-15 min. the rest of the day. All the trains stop in Sants station and later in Passeig de Gracia station, which is in the city centre.

    The first departure is at 4:48 h. The last departure is at 22:26 h, after this time you have to take the night bus.

    FROM BARCELONA TO SITGES
    You have 2 trains, one goes direction Sant Vicenç de Calders through Sitges, that's very important, as there's another one with the same direction that goes inland and doesn't stops in Sitges, the other goes direction Vilanova i la Geltrú. The trip is about 40-45 min, depending of the train.

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    Sitges / El Prat Airport by bus and train

    by Labrix Updated Jan 25, 2010

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    The easiest and fastest way of going to Sitges from the airport is the taxi, but it's also the most expensive. The cost it's about 45-50 €uros, and it arrives in 20-25 min.

    But you have also cheapest options.

    BY TRAIN -> The train company is called RENFE and the cost of a one way ticket to Sitges is 2,50 € (4 RENFE zones). The trip is about 1 hour.

    From the airport to Sitges.
    First train from the airport departs at 6:00 h. Last train, with possibility of going to Sitges, departs at 23:44 h. The rest of the trains depart every 1/2 hour, at --:59 h. and --:29 h.
    You have to get down in El Prat de Llobregat, I mean the town, as the airport has the same name, it's the first stop just after the airport. In El Prat you have to take the train that goes to the South, direction to Vilanova i La Geltrú, it stops also every 30 min, at --:26 h. and at --:56 h.

    From Sitges to the airport.
    First train departs at 4:48 h. Last train departs at 22:26 min.
    You have to take a train direction to the North (Barcelona) and make the transfer in El Prat for taking the airport train. But be careful, as not all the trains stops in El Prat, the best thing that you can do is asking to the person who sales the tickets in Sitges station. Anyway, if you take the wrong train, you can take the airport train in Sants station, it departs from platform 10.

    BY BUS -> The company is MON-BUS and the cost of the trip is 2,85 €. The trip is about 40 min. It's faster than the train because it goes directly to the airport

    IMPORTANT -> From September, 9th of 2009, the airport bus stop it's at the T1 (the new one), if you want to go to the T2 (the old one, divided in A, B and C) you have to take a bus at the T1 for going to the T2.

    You can find the time tables at the attached MON-BUS website.

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    Reus Airport

    by bumble33 Updated Aug 21, 2009

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    Always remember that Barcelona airport is not the cheapest way to Sitges. Reus airport is just as easy and Ryanair is realy cheap at the moment with fares from £1.oo.
    From Reus airport take the train 1 per hour to Villanova I Getru 35 minutes, then the train to Sitges 6 minutes fare E4.95 total return fare for us was only £ 55.00 including taxes and ryanair charges.

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    Night bus to/from Barcelona

    by Labrix Updated Nov 22, 2008

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    Every time that I go to Barcelona and I return to Sitges by night I take this bus, it can seem a little bit caothic, but I think that it's very convenient in spite of it all. The trip is about 40 min, as it goes by the highway and by night it doesn't stop in the airport.

    FROM BARCELONA TO SITGES
    Departures from Ronda Universidad, 33.
    Look for the "Mon-bus" logo at the different bus stations, even that it can be difficult to find it, as it's small and it's at the top of the bus stop. There are 2 companies that share this service, one is Mon-bus and the other one is Autobuses Plana, unfortunately, there's not too much information at the bus stop, so don't mind to ask the bus drivers if they go to Sitges or not.
    Weekend departures -> 1:00, 1:55, 3:00 and 4:40 h.

    FROM SITGES TO BARCELONA
    The Sitges bus stop is, once again, in front of the Oasis building, besides the train bridge.
    Departures during all the week -> 1:34, 2:34, 3:34 and 4:34 h.

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    Sitges - Barcelona by bus

    by Labrix Updated Nov 18, 2008

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    The bus company is MON-BUS and the cost of the trip is 2,85 €. The time of the trip can be longer due traffic jams. Check timetables for the days 24, 25, 31 of December and 1 of January. All the buses stop in the airport

    FROM BARCELONA TO SITGES.
    The bus stop is in Ronda Universidad, 33. It's near Plaça Catalunya. The trip is about 1 hour.
    M-F -> The first bus departs at 7:20 h. The last one departs at 22:20. The rest of departures are every hour at --:20 h.
    Saturdays -> Departures at 8:20, 10:20, 13:20, 15:20, 18:20, 20:20 and 22:20 h.
    Sundays -> Departures at 9:20, 13:20, 17:20, 21:20 h.

    FROM SITGES TO THE AIRPORT AND TO BARCELONA.
    The bus stop is in front of the Oasis bulding, besides the train bridge. The trip to the airport is about 40 min and to Barcelona is about 1 h.
    M-F -> The first bus departs at 5:55 h. The last one departs at 21:55. The rest of departures are every hour at --:55 h.
    Saturdays -> Departures at 7:25, 9:25, 11:55, 13:55, 16:55, 18:55 and 20:55 h.
    Sundays -> Departures at 8:25, 11:55, 15:55 and 20:05 h.

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    Train to Sitges

    by MM212 Written Aug 29, 2008

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    The easiest way to get to Sitges from Barcelona is by train. The Renfe service (local network) provides trains every half hour that depart from the underground station on Passeig de Gracia. The scenic train ride takes about 45 minutes.

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    Taxi to Barcelona

    by marecky Written May 12, 2007

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    When travelling to Barcelona or just to the airport, be warned that they will charge you an extra 10 EUR for the motorway toll.
    The meter says less but they will add this sum whether you like it or not. No use arguing- my friends tried and it didn;t work.
    Still it;s not a fortune but good to know to avoid surprises.

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    Late Night Bus Return to Barcleona

    by daderschock Written Sep 29, 2006

    During off-tourist season, the return trains between Sitges and Barcelona end earlier than than mentioned in the guide books. Check the timings at the train stations. The guide books also state that there are hourly buses back to Barcelona after the train service ends, but this is only true during tourist season. There are no late night buses in the off-season and the first trains are not until early morning.

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    Train from Barcelona

    by Thoomuch Written May 25, 2006
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    It is very easy to go by train to (and from) Sitges. From Barcelona there is a train almost every 30 minutes to Sitges. The ride takes about 40 minutes in modern comfortable trains.
    Also the wiew from the window looking out at the landscape passing by is just worth the trip..........the train many times just goes very close to the beaches/Coast.

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    Train was packed full

    by eurotravels Written Jul 24, 2005

    We arrived in time to board a train to leave Sitges, but it took so long for people arriving to get off the train that the doors slammed shut with us and another traveller stood on the platform. We had to wait another 30 minutes to make a 10 minute train journey. So my advice has to be push yourself onto the train - it's rude but it's better than having to wait for the next one (which will also be packed!!).

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    TRAIN

    by arlequin_g Updated Oct 31, 2004

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    There are numerous trains that connect Barcelona with Sitges. It’s a short trip (about 30 minutes). A return Ticket is 4.50 euros. Take the train from Passeig de Gracia train Station or from Sants Station (trains direction to Sant Vicenç de Calders or Vilanova).
    For timetables check the web below.

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    Renfe train

    by June.b Updated Jun 15, 2010
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    Catch the 30-minute renfe train ride from Sants Estacio station of Barcelona to Sitges. Ticket Booth 5,6,7 i think. Fare is euro 6 return fare already!

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