After spending some vacation days in Barcelona if you are stuck in the hustle and bustle but if you don’t have enough time to spend two days trip to La Costa Brava. You still have an excellent option.
Spend one day in a typical mediterranean shore village touched by Catalan modernism too. Yes We are talking about Sitges.
Today we are going to give you full details on how to get from Barcelona to sitges and the places you can’t miss in Sitges.
Time from Sitges to Barcelona.
Located just 30 minutes away from Barcelona by train.
Train from barcelona to sitges
Getting to sitges from Barcelona couldn’t be easier. There is a train linking Barcelona and Sitges in only 30 minutes trip with 30 minutes frequency in rush time and 1 hour frequency the rest of the day.
Althought the first train departs from Barcelona Sants at 06:15 am To enjoy the day trip we recommend you to take the 08 am train .
The train departures from Barcelona main railway station, Sants Estació, and arrives to the only railway station in Sitges.
The single ticket price is 4,1 € so it’s 8,20€ round trip per Person.
Sants railway Station is well connected with any point in the city. You can get there by taking L3 or L5 Metro lines. From Duquesa de cardona, for example you should take L3 towards “Zona Universitaria” at Drassanes station, located just two blocks from the Hotel and you should stop at Sants Estació after 5 stops.
You can check Train schedule at the following link by Typing “Barcelona-Sants” as a Source and “Sitges” as a destination and selecting the day you are planning to travel.
Once you’ll get to sitges we recommend you to visit the following sights:
- Taking a promenade through the sea front boulevard and the old town next to the cathedral you’ll be transported to twenties when Catalan Modernism artists and Jet Set from Barcelona used to spend vacations and celebrate crazy parties in their white streets during the summers.
- Museu Cau Ferrat is a must visit in Sitges, the modernist house has host most fancy and crazy of the parties we were talking about. Moreover now it is a modernism museum with unique
- Finally, if you have time before going to the beach Visit Casa Bacardí, a permanent exhibition, one of the famous Rom brands all over the world. Based in a modernist building dated 1890. Bacardi is a Cuban rom but his founder was borned and rised in Sitges.