Hospital de Bellvitge is a Barcelona Metro line 1 station located in Bellvitge, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, in the southern part of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona. It's named after the Bellvitge University Hospital. It only has an entrance, by the hospital's parking, and its platforms are 96m long.

Known from its opening to 2003 as Feixa Llarga after the football stadium of local team CE L'Hospitalet, the station was opened to the public in 1989 as the southern terminus of line 1. The station is just below the ground of Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes and the aforementioned hospital. L1 is going to be extended from this station towards El Prat de Llobregat and Sant Boi.

Lines serving the station
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Metro Barcelona Metro
Work El Prat Estació (2020) L1 Bellvitge Fondo

L1 Barcelona Metro Line 1
El Prat Estació · Hospital de Bellvitge · Bellvitge · Avinguda Carrilet · Rambla Just Oliveras · Can Serra · Florida · Torrassa · Santa Eulàlia · Mercat Nou · Plaça de Sants · Hostafrancs · Espanya · Rocafort · Urgell · Universitat · Catalunya · Urquinaona · Arc de Triomf · Marina · Glòries · Clot · Navas · La Sagrera · Fabra i Puig · Sant Andreu · Torras i Bages · Trinitat Vella · Baró de Viver · Santa Coloma · Fondo · Montigalà | Lloreda · Sant Crist · Bufalà · Badalona Pompeu Fabra · Badalona Est

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