Gràcia is a Barcelona Metro lines 6 and 7 station and Barcelona-Vallès line of FGC station located in the Gràcia neighborhood, in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. It serves Barcelona Metro lines 6 and 7 as well as the S1, S2, S5, and S55 Metro del Vallès suburban trains.
It was opened in 1929 as part of FGC's Gràcia line, and was the terminus of all commuter train lines nowadays known under the collective name of Metro del Vallès. It's located under Plaça de Gaŀla Placídia. It's also expected to become part of line 8 in the future with the planned extension of that line from Espanya metro station, and would become a junction station for the three FGC Barcelona Metro lines in operation in the city.
The station is currently undergoing major renovations. The main concourse is completely rebuilt and its size is drastically increased. Furthermore, the actually narrow two island platforms are enlarged and new stairways, escalators and elevators are installed. In the future, the station will have only 3 tracks, the two main central tracks, plus one track for the line 7 trains heading to Avinguda Tibidabo. The currently existing track for the line 7 trains heading to Catalunya will be removed and replaced by the enlarged platform.
|<< direction||< station||line||station >||direction >>|
|Catalunya||Provença||Sant Gervasi||Reina Elisenda|
|Plaça Molina||Avinguda Tibidabo|
|Francesc Macià||Molí Nou | Ciutat Cooperativa|
|Barcelona-Vallès line (FGC)|
|Barcelona-Plaça Catalunya||Provença||Sant Gervasi||Terrassa|
|Barcelona Metro Line 6|
|Catalunya · Provença · Gràcia · Sant Gervasi · Muntaner · La Bonanova · Les Tres Torres · Sarrià · Reina Elisenda · Pedralbes · Eulàlia d'Anzizu · Finestrelles | Sant Joan de Déu|
|Barcelona Metro Line 7|
|Catalunya · Provença · Gràcia · Plaça Molina · Pàdua · El Putxet · Avinguda Tibidabo|