Travel

Arriving by plane

El Prat Airport is located very close to the city centre (12 km) and bridges Barcelona with the most important cities around the world. It is in fact the second busiest airport in Spain as measured by number of passengers.

Transport to CCIB by public bus/metro
The aerobus express shuttle (A1 and A2) will take you from both terminals to Plaça Catalunya. It operates every 5–10 minutes. To continue to the CCIB congress centre, take the metro Line L4 (yellow) and get off at Fòrum which is directly in front of the CCIB.
Aerobus tickets: http://www.aerobusbcn.com/en

Transport to CCIB by taxi
Taxis are an affordable alternative to public transport and a 20 minutes’ journey to the CCIB will cost between € 30–45. There are taxi ranks opposite the arrival areas of terminal T1, and terminals T2 A, T2 B and T2 C. 
Barcelona has a fleet of 11’000 taxis which can be easily identified by their yellow and black branding. The green light on top of the taxi indicates its availability. 
Taxi Fare: http://taxi.amb.cat/s/en/taxista/tarifes-i-taxes.html
 


Arriving by train

Barcelona Sants (Estació de Barcelona Sants) is the main railway station in Barcelona including Barcelona suburban railway services and regional services, as well as the main inter-city station for national and international destinations.

Transport to CCIB by taxi
The CCIB congress centre is approximately 20–30 minutes away from the train station.

Transport by public train/tram
Take the train Rodalies1 (commuter rail service) in the Maçanet-Massanes direction. From there, take the T4 Tram in the direction of Ciutadella and get off at Fòrum. The total journey time is around 45 minutes.
Rodalies information: http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/barcelona/ 

 


Arriving by car

The closest highway exit to the CCIB is Exit 24 – Besòs Rambla Prim. 

The CCIB has three private parking areas under the tunnel: 
- Plaça del Fòrum
- Garcia Fària 
- Centro Comercial Diagonal Mar