The conference is going fully virtual, so this information does not apply with the current COVID-19 situation.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BjYd89LVMQ
Getting to the Venue
The conference will be held at Citilab, a Living Lab easily reachable from the Airport and Barcelona city center. The address is:
Pl. Can Suris s/n
08940 Cornellà de Llobregat
The Citilab website includes information about its history, its social and training activities, its services and its spaces. The venue is committed and fully adapted to accessibility, inline with the efforts from the local institutions to become a cohesive city for everyone: https://www.barcelonaturisme.com/wv3/en/page/47/accessible-barcelona.html
From the Airport:
The best way to reach the conference venue directly from the airport is by taxi, as the distance is around 12 km, and travel will take around 12 minutes. Reaching the venue from the airport by bus is also possible, and will take around 32 minutes, with the last 500 meters on foot. The Google Maps estimations and instructions can be found here.
From the Barcelona City Center:
The Citilab website provides information about how to reach the venue via different public transport modalities, and by car, and there are car parks near the venue.
Getting the venue from the main train station, which is Barcelona Sants, will take less than 30 minutes, by Metro or Tram. The Tram stops just in front of the conference venue.The Google Maps estimations and instructions can be found here.
Barcelona doesn’t have Uber, but has Cabify (https://cabify.com/es/spain/barcelona) where you can request a service from the airport.
There is a public taxi service for large groups up to 7 or 8 people or wheelchairs that can be booked from here: https://www.bigtaxibcn.com/en/
Guidelines and information about accessible transport in Barcelona can be found here.