Fira Barcelona

Fira de Barcelona's activity, venues, experience and leadership make it one of the most important trade fair institutions in Europe.

Constituted in 1932, every year it organises and hosts shows and congresses that cover the economy's main sectors, as well as numerous corporate, social and cultural events. It has two large venues and offers exhibitors, organisers and visitors all the resources of a modern and efficient institution.

Fira is one of the most important European trade fair organisations and its international prestige is closely linked to the Barcelona brand, a city with over a century of trade fair tradition. Its annual economic contribution to the city of Barcelona and its surroundings is estimated at over 2,600 million Euros and also brings added social and public value. 

Gran Via

Gran Via one of the largest and most modern venues in Europe, designed by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito, winner of the Pritzker prize.

Its outstanding features are its architecture, functionality and commitment to sustainability: it has one of the largest rooftop photovoltaic installations. Its eight pavilions, connected by a walkway that channels the flow of visitors, provide cutting-edge services and logistics. The gastronomic restaurant Nuclo is located inside the Foyer Europe.

It is located in a new business development area, very close to Barcelona airport and connected to the public transport network.