Value Plus Savings
Find the best price by comparing bus tickets from the many bus companies all over Spain
Search and compare
Browse a variety of travel options in one place with Omio
Support You Can Count On
Once you’ve booked your ticket, our customer service team is there to assist you
|Avg. Bus Duration:|
4 hours 16 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£27|
|Buses depart from:||Valencia|
|Bus arrives in:||Barcelona|
Buses from Valencia to Barcelona are operated by the Spanish bus company, Alsa. The service runs seven days a week with ten departures a day, between around midnight and 8:00 p.m. The journey takes approximately 5 hours with stops at Castellon and Tarragona.
Return journeys on buses from Barcelona to Valencia are also available.
Buses from Valencia to Barcelona leave from Valencia Bus Station, near the River Turia and 15 minutes walk from the city and its attractions. It is reached via Turia Station on the yellow line of the Metro system as well as by EMT buses from all parts of the city. There is a taxi rank at the station.
Barcelona is a vibrant city with plenty of history, architecture and culture for visitors to explore. It is full of distinct barrios or neighbourhoods, each with something different to offer. Attractions range from beautiful sandy beaches to the stunning architecture of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia Cathedral, still under construction after a hundred years. Visitors can enjoy the works of Gaudí, Miró and Dalí in a world-class collection of galleries, or simply enjoy strolling along The Rambla and through the cobblestoned streets of the Gothic Quarter before enjoying coffee on the Portal de l'Angel, said to be one of the most visited streets in Spain.
Buses from Valencia to Barcelona arrive at Barcelona Nord Bus Station, which is in the Eixample Dreta district of Barcelona and has excellent transport links with the city and surrounding areas, Barcelona Prat Airport and major cities in Spain, as well as the rest of Europe and North Africa. The nearest metro station is Arc de Triomf on the red line, which takes passengers into the heart of the city. Barcelona has a regular night bus service. There are taxi ranks at the station.