Barcelona Regional Trains - Rodalies RENFE

Barcelona has a very good network of regional lines, known as Rodalies, that will take you to various places in the metropolitan area of Barcelona and other towns in Catalonia.
Most of the regional trains are identified with an R sign at the Barcelona Sants Estació main train station, but Barcelona also has other train stations dotted throughout the city, such as Estació de França, Catalunya, Passeig de Gràcia, Sant Andreu Arenal, Sant Andreu Comtal, Arc de Triomf, El Clot and Sagrera-Meridiana that can be more convenient depending on where you are located and where you want to go.
RENFE, the Spanish train company, provides regular and efficient train services from the Sants Estació in Barcelona to other places in Spain or Europe.
For those arriving in Barcelona by plane or flying back home, there are frequent services to and from Barcelona Airport and the Sants Estació, Passeig de Gràcia, El Clot and Sant Andreu Comtal train stations.
To reach the Sants Estació train station take the following buses: 27, 32, 43, 44, 78, 109, 115, CJ, V7.
Alternatively, the Barcelona metro also has two lines to access the Sants Estació train station: L3 and L5.
The first train line in Spain was the line from Barcelona to Mataró in the Maresme region. Nowadays the line continues to Blanes on the Costa Brava and ends in Maçanet-Massanes.
In addition, high-speed connections from the Sants Estació train station on the line between Barcelona city and Girona have been functioning since 2012 and both cities are also connected by regional train services.
You can use your T-10 ticket to travel to certain areas in the metropolitan area of Barcelona, but the best thing is to check on the maps you will find at every Barcelona metro or train station.
Check on the map here below what regional train lines and train stations are the most convenient for your trip and how can you get there by metro.