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The CCIB enjoys a privileged location just 500 metres from the beach, 6 km from the historic centre and 22 km from the airport, with excellent links by the most important highways and roads, and by the public transport network.
The venue is located in the Barcelona district of Sant Martí, in the new technological and entrepreneurship area of 22@, in the Diagonal Mar area and next to Poblenou.
Barcelona International Convention Centre - CCIB
Address: Plaça de Willy Brandt, 11-14, 08019 Barcelona
The CCIB has four access doors, entrance B will be used for ESGO 2024.
Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport is 22 km from the CCIB.
There are several transport links from the airport to the city centre: trains, underground, bus and taxi, which connect the airport with the city centre.
The nearest underground station is El Maresme | Fòrum on the L4 yellow line. It’s less than 5 minutes’ walk from the Forum exit via Rambla Prim.
There are two taxi ranks near the Auditorium CCIB Forum:
Mobility in Barcelona and its metropolitan area is effortless, thanks to the sustainable public transport network that makes getting around Barcelona a breeze.
The best way to travel around Barcelona is by utilizing the efficient metro, trams, buses, and the Catalan government's city and suburban rail service (FGC), all prioritizing clean energy.
Additionally, public transport in Barcelona includes a public bike hire scheme with over 200 km of bike lanes, ensuring an eco-friendly experience. How to get around Barcelona is further simplified by the fleet of taxis, featuring hybrid, electric, and natural gas vehicles. Environmentally friendly electric vehicles are also available for hire, ensuring you find the means of transport that best suits your needs.
Public transport such as the metro, tram and FGC are the quickest, simplest, most convenient and most sustainable way of getting around Barcelona. You can choose from the different ticket types and travel cards.
Metro, Funicular and FGC
Barcelona currently has eight metro lines that can be identified by the number and colour of the line: L1 (red), L2 (lilac), L3 (green), L4 (yellow), L5 (blue), L9N and L9S (orange), L10N and L10S (light blue), L11 (light green) and serve most of the city.
The Barcelona funicular railway connects the city with Montjuïc Park from Paral·lel (lines L2 and L3) metro station. It is included in the integrated fare system and can also be used with multi-journey travel passes. The two-minute journey time makes it the quickest and most convenient way to get to Montjuïc.
It also has an urban and metropolitan rail network the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC), run by the Catalan government, which supplements Barcelona's metro network. There are three urban lines: L6, L7 and L8.
For further information about Barcelona's metro, funicular and rail services:
www.tmb.cat | www.fgc.cat
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