We are delighted to be hosting the 8th Mediterranean Forest Week in Barcelona’s Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997 for its singularity and artistic beauty. The Art Nouveau Site comprises an architectural complex of 12 pavilions set in green space and interconnected by a kilometre of underground galleries.

Part of the Administration Pavilion has been converted into a venue for meetings and events. Read more about the venue.

Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site

How to get to the venue?

The 8th Mediterranean Forest Week will take place at the main Administration Pavilion of the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site (Recinto Modernista de Sant Pau, in Spanish). In order to reach the event venue, you must enter the site through the main entrance at the corner of Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret and Carrer de Cartagena. To get there you can use these means of transport:

  • Metro: Yellow line (L4) to Guinardó/Hospital de Sant Pau or Blue line (L5) to Sant Pau/Dos de Maig
  • Bus: Bus lines 15, 19, 20, 45, 47, and 92
  • Taxi: Indicate Recinto Modernista de Sant Pau, entrance Carrer Cartagena with Carrer Sant Antoni Maria Claret.

Below, you can download the guide with practical information on how to get to the venue of the event, as well as other tips on getting around Barcelona.