May 26, 27, and 28, 2022.
Location: World Trade Center Barcelona
Inaugurated on July 22, 1999, the World Trade Center Barcelona (WTCB) is Barcelona’s iconic business park. This business center is located on the seafront and just a few minutes from downtown Barcelona and has a congress, convention, and meeting center with 20 different fully equipped rooms.
The WTCB building has a peculiar structure, inspired by the shape of an arc, and designed by the renowned architect Henry N. Cobb, which highlights its aesthetics by being surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea.
How to Get There?
Moll de Barcelona s/n, Edificio Este, 1ª planta. 08039, Barcelona.
More information on how to get there
The nearest train station to the WTCB is the Rodalies Plaça Catalunya stop. To get there, take lines R1, R3, R4, or the regional R12.
Ronda Litoral exit 21 towards Moll de la Fusta. The center has parking for private vehicles and motorcycles, as well as its own cab rank.
From the El Prat airport, the WTCB is easily accessible by cab or private vehicle via the B-10 in direction of Ronda Litoral to Moll de la Fusta. By bus, the direct lines are the T1 and the D20.
By public transportation
If you are traveling by bus to the WTCB, take lines V11, 91, D20, H14, V13, N0, or N6 (nighttime hours). By metro, the nearest stations are Drassanes (L3) and Paral·lel (L3 and L4.)
Take any of the bike lanes to the WTCB through Terminal A of the Port of Barcelona. Bike parking is available.
Check the availability of parking spaces and rates at the WTCB parking lot by calling +34 93 508 80 62
The maximum height of access for vehicles is 2.20 meters. There are reserved parking spaces for users with reduced mobility, as well as other travel facilities.
- Reduced fee until February 1st, 2022.
- Early-payment fee from February 2nd through April 9th, 2022
- Regular fee from April 30th, 2022.
To make things easier for those who wish to attend the congress but live outside of Barcelona, we offer to put them in contact with those who wish to host other attendees from outside the city at their homes and have the opportunity to meet people with the same interests.