This year, JSCamp will take place at AXA Auditorium, located on the main artery of Barcelona. The avant-garde design and construction quality emerge from each and every detail of the building, turning the l’ILLA complex into an emblematic landmark of the city.
Avinguda Diagonal, 547,
08029 Barcelona, Spain
The city has a well-developed urban transport system. We highly recommend you use the bus and subway for travelling around in the city. Local buses and the metro are run by the city transport authority (TMB). There are 2-day travel card or 3-day travel card valid for all types of public transport (metro, bus & train)
For more information about getting around the city, check out these useful resources
We recommend you to take Aerobus service which has the best price and travel time ratio. It operates on a direct line between the city centre and the airport (~35min) and departs every 5 min. Should you prefer the second best and still quite cheap option, taking a train. Renfe line from Airport T2 to Plaça Catalunya.
Travelling by Taxi is a low cost and convenient way to get from the airport to the city centre, especially if you have a family or a lot of luggage. Please use a official taxi line (Taxis in Barcelona are traditionally yellow and black). You can book taxis from your mobile calling: +34 93 225 00 00.
If you have special needs or need a cab specially adapted for disabled passengers call this number: +34 93 420 8088