Diagonal/Provença (Barcelona Metro)
- Diagonal/Provença (Barcelona Metro)
Diagonal is an important station in the Barcelona metro network, named after Avinguda Diagonal, where it's located. It was originally built by TMB, and together with nearby and interconnected FGC Provença metro and commuter train station it makes up one of the main metro stations in the city. It is on L3, L5, L6 and L7. Provença station is besides served by the FGC suburban lines S1, S2, S5 and S55.
This station has accesses on Avinguda Diagonal, Rambla Catalunya, Carrer de Rosselló, Carrer de Pau Claris, Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Provença.
It was opened in 1924 (for L3). The part of the station that would host L5 was built in 1969. The FGC station, located under Carrer de Balmes, was opened in 1929.
*Barcelona Metro lines L3, L5, L6, L7
*FGC lines S1, S2, S5, S55
*List of Barcelona metro stations
* [http://www.trenscat.com/tmb/05diagonal_ct.html Diagonal at Trenscat.com]
* [http://www.trenscat.com/metrovalles/provenca_ct.html Provença at Trenscat.com]
Look at other dictionaries:
Barcelona Metro line 5 — fare integrated transport network.OverviewIt first opened in 1959. Line 5 is currently 16.6 km. long and has 23 stations, from Cornellà to Horta in the northern part of Barcelona, where it s going to be extended towards Vall d Hebron, meeting… … Wikipedia
Barcelona Metro line 3 — This V shaped line is the result of the junction of two related lines: the original L3 and L3B, in 1982. The central section of L3 boasts the city s oldest metro stations, built in the mid 1920s, with additions almost every decade since then. All … Wikipedia
Barcelona Metro line 7 — A more effective integration into the main metro system is expected to be applied, as well as an extension of the line.OverviewBeing part of the suburban and regional line called Metro del Vallès along with L6, it links Plaça Catalunya in… … Wikipedia
Barcelona Metro line 6 — OverviewPrior to the integration with the TMB network, L6 covered as an underground commuter train line the distance from downtown Barcelona to Sarrià, pretty much the same as nowadays. It has its origins in 1876, with the Barcelona Sarrià train … Wikipedia
Sagrada Família (Barcelona Metro) — Sagrada Família is the name of a station in the Barcelona Metro network. It s named after the famous church of the same name, first designed by architect Antoni Gaudí and still under construction. It s served by lines L2 and L5. It opened in 1970 … Wikipedia
List of Barcelona Metro stations — This is a list of the Barcelona Metro of the Barcelona Metro system.Lines 1 5, plus line 11 and the Funicular de Montjuïc, are administered by Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), the city s transit company; lines 6 8 are in fact commuter … Wikipedia
Verdaguer (Barcelona Metro) — Verdaguer is a station in the Barcelona metro network, located under Plaça de Mossèn Jacint Verdaguer, in Eixample, named after the Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer. It s served by L4 and L5.It was opened in 1970, as L4 was extended from Urquinaona… … Wikipedia
Provença-Diagonal station — Provença Diagonal Train at Provença FGC metro sta … Wikipedia
Provença-Tunnel — Tunnel Sants La Sagrera Nutzung Eisenbahntunnel Verkehrsverbindung Schnellfahrstrecke Madrid–Barcelona–Französische Grenze Ort Barcelona Länge 5.600 m … Deutsch Wikipedia
Estación de Provença/Diagonal — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Provença Diagonal … Wikipedia Español