Barcelona is one of the most cosmopolitan and vibrant cities in the world with a huge range of leisure activities for both locals and tourists.
One of the activities that attracts more people every year are the innumerable amount of concerts held in the city, mainly in two specific places: The Palau Sant Jordi and the Olympic Stadium, both located on Montjuïc.
From artists with a long career behind them, like The Rolling Stones, Guns n' Roses, U2, AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen or Madonna… Until more recent and with great prospects artists like Adele, Coldplay, Lady Gaga, Rihanna or Beyoncé, all of them have gathered, and will continue doing it, in these two mythical places of Barcelona.
First of all, it is noteworthy that both enclosures are in the same area of Montjuïc, therefore, the way to get there is identical for both.
Private vehicle: If you chose the option to get there by car or moto, it is recommended to access there by the Carrer del Foc, which becomes later the Passeig Olimpic. From here you can access the large parking areas available for both the Palau Sant Jordi, as the Olympic Stadium.
Public transport: Whether you come from Barcelona, as if you come from outside the city, to reach the area by public transport, you must first go to Plaza Espanya, which can be accessed with the lines L1 and L3 of the Barcelona Metro and the Ferrocarriles de la Generalitat. From here, there are three bus lines that reach the Olympic Stadium, the 13, the 55 and the 150.
Walking: If you intend to walk to the site, from the center of Barcelona, you should also take the Plaza Espanya as a starting point. Then you should take the escalators that leave from the Avenida Maria Cristina to the Olympic Ring, where you can easily reach the Avinguda de l’Estadi. The total journey will take a half hour.
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