Trains, taxis, and automobiles. Which is the best mode of public transportation in Sitges, Spain? The train wins, hands down.

A taxi, especially from the airport, can be expensive, as the airport is some distance from Sitges. Also, unfortunately, the area taxi drivers do not have a reputation for complete honesty. Rental cars are an option, with the major names: Alamo, Hertz, Avis, and Budget, as well as a couple lesser knowns: Sixt and Europcar, but with the city's narrow streets and tendency toward congestion, this is not the best option.

Some adventurous types opt for the motorcycle or moped. These are certainly more convenient and less expensive than car rental, and maybe a little easier that the bus or subway. If you want to be your own navigator, this is the way to go.

All said, the subway system is still the winner for most visitors to Sitges. The Metro is one of the city's subway systems, with ticket machines at every station (look for the big M, when tracking down the Metro). You can purchase single or multiple tickets, or a Travel Card or Barcelona Card for multiple days. With the Barcelona Card, you also get use of the bus system, as well as restaurant, museum and attraction discounts. The Metro has five lines and 111 stations that cover the city extensively. It's convenient and fast.