To check the best way of getting to the UAB, consult the map for Barcelona's integrated transport systems (excluding buses).
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya (FGC)
Line S2: Barcelona-Sabadell, station: Universitat Autònoma.
In Barcelona, these trains stop at Catalunya, Provença, Gràcia, Muntaner and Sarrià. You can also take these trains from Sant Cugat, Sant Quirze and Sabadell, among other places. At Sant Cugat station, there is a connection with line S1 (Terrassa and Rubí). All trains to Sabadell, UAB or Barcelona stop at the University. The journey time from Barcelona is 30 minutes, and trains depart approximately every 10 minutes.
You can check the timetables by phoning 93 205 15 15 or on the FGC website .
RENFE (Spanish National Railway Network)
Line C7 - Cerdanyola Universitat station. From Barcelona you can take the train from Sants, Plaça Catalunya, Arc del Triomf and Sant Andreu Arenal. The journey takes around 30 minutes from the centre of Barcelona, with trains leaving every 30 minutes. A ten-journey ticket, which can be used by more than one person if travelling together, gives a 40% discount.
You can check the timetables by phoning +34 93 490 0202 or on the RENFE website .
Free bus service
A free bus service connects the RENFE station to the different buildings across the campus.
SARBUS provides a bus service from Barcelona (St. Andreu Arenal/Fabra i Puig) to the UAB, with a bus leaving every 30 minutes. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. For more information, phone +34 93 580 6700 or visit the SARBUS website.
There are daily bus services from many towns, including Igualada, Badalona, Sabadell and Mataró. You can find information on timetables for these services on the following link:
The easiest way to get to the UAB by road is to take the motorway. You can check the motorway exits on the following map
AP-7: direction Tarragona-Lleida, if travelling from the north; direction Girona, if travelling from Barcelona or the south.
Several other roads connect Bellaterra with the surrounding towns and villages.