Gran Via 2 is a shopping centre locates in the MontjuI-Zona Franca area in Barcelona, very near the Fira Barcelona. La Fira is the most important venues for fairs in Barcelona and one of the largest in Europe and Gran Via II due to its proximity collaborates with companies offering taxi booking services, gift cars or parking vouchers that can complete the experience of visiting a fair in La Fira.

The shopping centre is near different hotels such as the Ac Som, Fira Congress, Hotel Reinnaissence Catalonia, Hotel Porta Fira or Hesperia Tower. Its proximity to IKEA and City of Justice in Barcelona, it makes Gran Via a perfect location to stop for lunch or dinner, or enjoy their entertainment facilities along with their shopping offer. You can see here their offer in fashion and stores.

How to get to Gran Via 2

Gran Via 2 is at the heart of a new zone under expansion, in Zona Franca. Access the centre from the south of Barcelona via the Avinguda de la Gran Via. Accessing the shopping centre is easy by public transport and also with your own vehicle. Gran Via offers car park for free 3 hours per day for your first visit -it is not accumulable- and the car park is free on Sundays.

By metro: Plaça Espanya, lines 1 (red) and 3 (green). Connection with FGC (Parada Ildefons Cerdà – recommended – and Europa/Fira)

Train (FGC): Stop Ildefons Cerdà (recommended) and the Europa/Fira station. All the lines and trains (R5, R6, S33, S4, S8 and L8) stop at the two stations, just in front of the shopping centre or very close to it.

Fira de Barcelona shuttle bus: There is a sShuttle bus service for the Montjuïc/Gran Via and Fira/Airport trade fair venues (only during Exhibitions and Congresses).

Bus stops in front of Gran Via 2: 46 , 65, 79, H12, L70, L72, L80, L81, L86, L87, L94, L95, V3, N15, N16 i N17.

Bus stops near Gran Via 2: 9, 37 and 109.

Gran Via 2
Commercial Gallery: From Monday to Saturday and some public holidays from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Restaurants & Cinema: From Sunday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, Saturday and eves of public holidays from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m.

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