Fira de Montjuïc

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Fira de Montjuïc

With its long history, the Fira de Montjuïc trade fair has become part of Barcelona’s very identity. It is also a driver of economic, corporate and social progress that has promoted the city’s heritage in Europe and abroad as an important trade-fair hub. Located in Montjuïc Park, beside Plaça d’Espanya, the fair’s superb surroundings include expansive green zones and Olympic facilities.

A prestigious trade fair venue

Fira de Montjuïc is the historic venue that was created for the International Exhibition in 1929. Since then, it has been the setting for the city’s major trade fairs and is a centre for important corporate and social events, making it one of the most well-known business showcases in the world.

As a key economic driver, Fira de Montjuïc generates large profits for the city of Barcelona, as well as countless cultural, social and informational exchanges.

At the foot of Montjuïc Park

The main entrance to the trade fair adjoins Plaça d’Espanya, where the two Venetian towers that welcome visitors provide the backdrop to the huge area. The site includes six pavilions that line Avinguda de la Reina Cristina, an avenue surrounded by landscaped gardens that leads up to the slopes of Mount Montjuïc. It ends at the Magical Fountain and the Palau Nacional (which today houses the National Art Museum of Catalonia, MNAC), both of which were also built for the 1929 International Exhibition. The pavilions combine age-old tradition with state-of-the-art facilities and the infrastructure required for any event. In addition, Fira de Montjuïc houses the Palau de Congressos de Barcelona convention centre, which contains a large auditorium and eleven conference rooms.


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