Useful information

Dates and times

October 6th – 8th, 2026
Times: 9:30h – 18:30h

October 9th, 2026
Times: 9:30h – 16:00h


Gran Via Venue, Fira de Barcelona
Av. Joan Carles I, 64 – 08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona

L9 Sud: The easiest way to get to Gran Via from the airport

Lines L9 and L10 Sud: Direct connection to the interior of the venue


The Fira and Europa/Fira stations on metro Line 9S connect the Fira Gran Via venue with both terminals of Barcelona Airport, as well as any other point around the city. The Foc station on Line 10s also provides a fast connection from the north entrance to any point in Barcelona. The metro runs daily from 5am to midnight and offers an uninterrupted service at weekends.


The Generalitat Railway Network’s station Europa/Fira connects the Fira Gran Via venue with the city centre, as well as with other surrounding cities. All the trains on lines L8, S3, S4, S8, S9, R5, R50, R6 and R60 stop at the Europa/Fira station.


Several buses stop close to the Fira Gran Via venue. The main routes are: H12, V1, 79, 65, 46, V3 and H16. For more information check the TMB bus website.


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 visible taximeter 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 rates, complaints filing or police reports, lost objects and adapted or special taxis.

Other vehicles

The venue is connected to the main motorways and roads accessing Barcelona: AP-7, AP-2, A-2, C-16, C-58, C-31, C-32, C-33. The venue has six areas with parking spaces available during the event. GPS Location 41.35448, 2.12698 View itinerary in Google Maps
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-10% disc.

Unlimited travel on
metro and bus

Barcelona, Low Emissions Zone

On the first of January 2020, the Low Emissions Zone (ZBE) within Barcelona’s ring roads was launched. The ZBE is an area of more than 95 km2 which includes Barcelona and the closest municipalities to the ring roads, where traffic of the most polluting vehicles will gradually be restricted.

This is one of the municipal measures to ensure the quality of the air we breathe and guarantee the right to health in the city, and this implies certain restrictions on the most polluting vehicles or older vehicles.

Plan your trip

Accommodation discounts

Special rates in accommodation for visitors and exhibitors booking with bnetwork.

Transport discounts

Special rates at Renfe (trains), Acciona Transmediterránea (ferries) and Iberia (flights) for visitors and exhibitors.

Access to all discounts by entering the Exhibitors’ Area or Visitors’ Area with your username and password.

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Visit the whole city from Gran Via

Line L9 takes you to the main places of interest in Barcelona and provides you with a direct connection to the airport.


Line L10 is the best way of getting to Gran Via through the north entrance

This underground line provides you with a direct connection to several places in the city