The Fira de Montjüic is one of the world’s most emblematic urban venues: Built in 1929 to house the International Exhibition it combines tradition with an infrastructure that can be adapted to all types of modern events.

Centrally located in Barcelona it can be easily accessible from the airport and has great public transport connectiosn to all areas of the city. Situated in the privileged setting of Montjuïc park, which also includes green zones, the Olympic stadium and cultural buildings, such as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC).

The eight halls at Fira de Montjüic cover 115,000 square meters of exhibit space. One of them, the Palau de Congressos de Barcelona, has an auditorium for 1,650 people and 11 conference rooms with a total capacity for over 2,900 people, in addition to over 5,800 square meters of exhibit space. Fira Montjuic Barcelona also has 50,000 square meters of outdoor space for events. Not just for large scale events, this is one of the Barcelona meeting facilities that can also be easily adapted to host smaller meeting and events.

In total Fira de Montjüic has a total of 165,000m2 of exhibition floor space, with 50,000m2 outdoors. It used to be the home of the Mobile World Congress before this moved up the road to Fira Gran Via, however it is still home to many landmark shows such as the International Motor Show and Sonar,

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Sants is a neighborhood in the southern part of Barcelona. Formerly an industrial town on the plain bordering Barcelona, known as Santa Maria de Sants, it belongs nowadays to the district of Sants-Montjuïc and is bordered by the districts of Eixample to the northeast, Les Corts to the northwest, and by the municipality of l’Hospitalet de Llobregat to the south. Although old-fashioned, its name is sometimes still writtenSans in some Spanish-language sources.

Sants is a neighborhood with a clear identity because of its historical origins. It was the main core of an independent village until 1897 when it became part of Barcelona, the former municipality of Sants included most of the actual neighborhood of Sants-Montjuïc district. By then, Sants had a population of 19,105 inhabitants, and the neighbourhood had a strong industrial character, home to some of the most important manufacturers of Spanish textiles, such as España Industrial and Vapor Vell.

The main artery of the neighborhood is Carrer de Sants, popularly known as Carretera de Sants, which unites Plaça Espanya with the neighbouring municipality of L’Hospitalet de Llobregat. It is one of the most commercial streets in Barcelona. Among the places that stand out in Sants are the Barcelona Sants railway station (Estació de Sants), the major railway station in Barcelona, and the Parc de l’España Industrial.

The most famous annual event in Sants is the Festa Major, which is celebrated yearly in honor of the patron saint, Bartholomew the Apostle. During the week-long feast, the traffic is cut off in several parts of the neighborhood, where multiple popular activities are organized outdoors, such as butifarrades, xocolatades (gatherings where people drink chocolate), concerts, Sardanes, and Habaneres. The neighbors decorate the streets with allegorical themes. Another feast, the Festa Alternativa, is celebrated simultaneously with great success.

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