CCIB - Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona
    Plaça de Willy Brandt,
    11-14, 08019 Barcelona


    A truly exceptional meeting or event deserves an exceptional space. Designed by prestigious Catalan architect Josep Lluís Mateo, the Convention Centre was conceived to maximise the use of natural light. The Centre is a highly versatile and multifunctional space facing the Mediterranean, offering 38 well-lit rooms across 3 floors and 2 mezzanines. Two spaces stand out: the enormous Exhibition Hall, which can be laid out in a modular way into 8 separate spaces, and the Banquet Hall, which gives spectacular views of the Mediterranean.

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    The CCIB facilities are equipped to ensure the accessibility to attendees with reduced mobility in all their spaces.
    There are no physical barriers inside the venue.

    Access to the building

    The CCIB is easy to reach by adapted public transport (metro and bus)
    The vehicle drop-off available is close to the building.

    Accesses inside the building

    The CCIB has step-free access and egress (level, ramped and lift accesses) and all the levels can be reached by elevators.
    Signage includes the wheelchair symbol.
    Lifts are large enough for a wheelchair user.
    The routes and aisles are wide enough for wheelchairs users

    Furniture and Set up Layout inside the rooms

    Furniture layout allows suitable circulation for a wheelchair user.
    Stage or podium can be accessed by a wheelchair user speaker if needed by installing a ramp.


    Toilets are adapted for wheelchair users.

    Health and Safety

    Fire evacuation procedure ensures that persons who are not able to use the stairs are properly assisted and evacuated.

    How to get there

    The conference venue is easily accessible via public transportation:

    • METRO: Line 4 Maresme-Forum stop
    • BUS: lines 7, H16
    • TRAM: Forum station

    From Plaza Catalunya, which is the most central part of the city, it takes about 25 minutes by metro to reach the conference venue. Since the city is compact and public transportation is efficient, reaching the conference venue from any area is easy, so your choice might depend on what you want to do during your free time. All these means of transport leave you just a few minutes away from the CCIB by foot.


    There are different Metro tickets available. We recommend that you buy the “T-Casual” (1 zone) that allows you to take 10 trips for 11,35 € (any kind of transport among: Metro, Bus, Train, Night-Bus). You can buy the “T-Casual” at any metro station with cash or credit card. On the bus you can buy only single-way tickets (for 2,20€ euro each) the “T-Casual” is not sold on the Bus and if you buy the T-Casual each individual trip is cheaper.


    The best option to access the CCIB from the city center by car is to cross the city along Avenida Diagonal until its end.
    Ronda Litoral (exit 24) is the most direct way to reach the CCIB from the airport or from out of town .
    An estimate journey time from the airport or the city center is 25 minutes, depending on traffic.

    The international airport, Aeroport del Prat, is located 13 km south-west of Barcelona and 20 km from the CCIB.

    The highway C-31 directly connects the airport with Barcelona. To enter the city, the most direct routes to the city center are Avinguda Diagonal and Gran Via and also Ronda de Dalt and Ronda Litoral, which surround the city.

    The bus service between the airport and the center of Barcelona (Plaça Catalunya ) runs from 6:00 to 1:00 (to Barcelona) and from 5:30 to 0:15 (to the airport) every day.

    The bus frequency is one every 10-12 minutes and the journey time is around 30 minutes.

    The taxi ride takes about 20 minutes. The rates change depending on the schedule.
    You can book a taxi in some of the following websites: BarnaTaxi or Radiotaxibarcelona.

    The best options for traveling within the urban area of Barcelona are: train, bus, metro and tram. Visit the following websites:
    - For bus and metro: Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona
    - For tram: Tram Barcelona
    - For trains: FGC and Rodalies Catalunya

    Next to Plaça Catalunya there is Urquinaona station or the metro yellow line (L4) that leads directly to the CCIB by Maresme-Forum station.

    You can also get to the CCIB by bus: lines 7, H16 and tram: Forum station.

    L4- Accessible except for the following stations: Maragall, Verdaguer, Urquinaona and Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica

    Find here all information on the Accessibility and reduced mobility of Barcelona’s public transport network:

    how to get VENUE

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