Practical info – Montjuïc


Fira de Barcelona
Recinto de Montjuïc
Avda. Reina Maria Cristina, s/n
08004 Barcelona

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How to get to Montjuïc

Montjuïc, connected to the city centre and the airport by the L1, L3 and L9 lines


The “Torrassa” and “Zona Universitària” stations on Metro lines L1 and L3 connect the Fira Montjuïc Venue with both terminals of Barcelona Airport through the L9 line, and with all areas of the city of Barcelona.

The metro operates daily between 5 am and midnight and an uninterrupted service is available at weekends.

Go to the TMB Metro website


The “Pl. Espanya” station of the Generalitat Railway Network connects the Fira Montjuïc Venue with the city centre, as well as with other surrounding cities. All the trains on lines S8, S33, R6, R5 and S4 stop at “Pl. Espanya” station.

Go to the FGC website


Several buses stop in the vicinity of Fira Montjuïc Venue. The main routes are: D20, H12, H16, V7, 13, 23, 27, 37, 46, 50, 52, 65, 79, 91, 109, 150 and 165.

For more information see the TMB bus website.

You can also reach the venue with the Barcelona Tourist BusSee prices and routes.


Barcelona and its metropolitan area have more than 10,500 taxis that are easily identifiable by their yellow and black color. The Fira Barcelona venues have taxi stops enabled to facilitate the arrival and departure of visitors.

All taxis have a green light to indicate their availability, a taximeter visible with the amount to be paid and credit card collection systems.

The approximate price of a trip can be consulted through the official app, “AMB Taxi Barcelona”.

Find more information on official ratesfiling complaints or police reportslost objects and adapted or special taxis.

General information

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By motorway

Barcelona is connected to the main motorways and roads: AP-7, AP-2, A-2, C-16, C-58, C-31, C-32, C-33.

GPS Location
41.373075, 2.150463
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