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View of Lleida, Catalonia
View of Lleida, Catalonia

From Barcelona to Lleida

Travel by coach from Barcelona to Lleida/Lérida with ALSA for a quick, comfortable and pleasant journey. Only ALSA offers you the chance to travel from Barcelona to Lleida/Lérida by coach at the best rate guaranteed. And if you buy your tickets in advance at www.alsa.com you can avail of our cheapest deals.

Useful information

  • Frequency: over 20 daily services in both directions (night services, either direct or with stops, depending on the time).
  • Timetable: buses depart between 6.30 am and 10:30 pm.
  • Distance between cities: 163 km (101 mi). The entire journey is on the motorway.
  • Trip duration: between 2.15 and 3.25 hours depending on the service.

Bus stations in Barcelona and Lleida

Coaches travelling from Barcelona to Lleida depart from either the Estació Nord bus station or at the Barcelona Airport - El Prat T1.

All stations are connected to the public transport network and have public parking. Your journey will end either at the Estació d'Autobusos de Lleida bus station, located on Carrer Saracíbar, 2 or at Lleida railway station.

What to see in Barcelona

Barcelona boasts wonderfully mild Mediterranean weather almost all year round. Its coast offers pleasant beaches where you will want to spend the long summer days under the sun, or enjoy one of the many water sports on offer. Barcelona city centre is worth seeing on foot so that you can take in fascinating sites such as the Gothic Quarter and admire the architecture left by Gaudí, reflected in the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. Strolling along Las Ramblas will give you an insight into the diverse atmosphere that this sophisticated city is known for. Climbing up Montjüic will show you another of the city’s modern sides, namely the Olympic Ring Stadium, where you will also be able to take in some of the best views of Barcelona.

What to see in Lleida/Lérida

On the banks of the Segre river, this city still preserves significant remains of the old medieval walls and Romanesque buildings that are dotted around the old town and the Seu (cathedral). The city can be accessed through seven different gates, and a lift will bring you up to the Cathedral for some amazing 60-metre (197 ft) high views. Make sure you find the time to visit the Institut d’Estudis Ilerdencs, the Museu Capitular, and Museu Arqueològic, the city’s archaeology museum. The churches of Sant Llorenç and Sant Martí and the Convento del Roser are also well worth a visit.