Accommodation and Travel
The nearest Metro stations are:
St Pau Dos Maig – L5
Encants – L2
You can get a T10 metro ticket (T-casual) for 11’35 EUR that will give you access to the train, metro and trams for 10 journeys within the metropolitan area of Barcelona (zone 1). This T10 cannot be shared by more than one traveller at the time, so if you travel with a colleague, you may want to go for the “T-familiar”, a multi-person travel card valid for 8 journeys (10 EUR).
For those based in Europe, and want to opt for a greener way to travel, there are
excellent train connections from Paris Gare de Lyon direct to Barcelona Sants via
If you are flying into Barcelona El Prat (Terminal 1 or Terminal 2), you can get the
train (leaving from Terminal 2 every 30 mins), the Aerobus (leaving from both
Terminals every few minutes) or a taxi into Central Barcelona.
Barcelona has some amazing places to stay, and as it is such a popular destination, they do get booked up very quickly. We have been in contact with some good hotels situated within 5-15 minute walk of the venue, and they are able to offer a discounted rate for conference attendees.
Once a printer’s workshop, the historic Leonardo Boutique Hotel Barcelona Sagrada Familia is a Barcelona city icon, boasting panoramic views of the city’s skyline from its sunny rooftop terrace.
A lovely location overlooking the beautiful architecture of the Sant Pau hospital. Early
booking through hotel website includes a 10% discount.
Ilunion Bel Art
This 4-star hotel offers 20% discount for early booking.
If there are several of you travelling together, or you’d like to take the opportunity to
spend time with close contacts, there are some apartment options here.