NOE China is the Representative Office of FIRA BARCELONA in Shanghai.
Barcelona’s trade fair tradition dates back to the Universal Exhibitions of 1888. In 1920 the Universal Exhibition led to the creation of the Montjuïc exhibition centre.
Fira de Barcelona’s exhibition floor space totals 405,000 m2, one of the largest areas in Europe, divided into two exhibition centres: Montjuïc (165,000 m2 of floor space, 50,000 of which are outdoors) and Gran Via (240,000 m2).For more information visit www.firabarcelona.com
It is centrally located in the city, easily accessible from the airport and connected to the public transport network. It is situated in a privileged setting, inside Montjuïc park, which includes green zones, Olympic facilities and cultural buildings, such as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC).
It is 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
It is located in a new business development area, very close to Barcelona airport and connected to the public transport network. –
Fira de Barcelona has a portfolio of 70 trade shows (annual, biannual, biennial, triennial and quadrennial), brings together 35,000 companies (direct and represented) and receives three and a half million visitors.