At DGTL Barcelona, we are more than proud to welcome thousands of visitors coming from all corners of the world. Many of you come from another neighborhood, another city or another country. And, because you’ll agree with us that there’s nothing better than the advice of the locals, our Barcelona team has carefully compiled all necessary info for those of you coming from abroad.
We’ve created this article for you to know exactly how to get to DGTL Barcelona and where to stay during the weekend. You will find links and key information for each kind of transportation (train, bus, biking from the city centre, etc) as well as the possibility of easily booking your full room or bed at the DGTL Hostel within this same article. Shall we get started?
How to get to DGTL Barcelona:
- Come to DGTL Barcelona by bus from France and Valencia -
One of the most sustainable (and budget-friendly) ways of travelling long-distance to DGTL Barcelona is by bus. We partnered up with Busup to solve your transportation needs from the following cities: Toulouse, Bordeaux, Lyon and Valencia. You can book your ticket through our partner Festicket via the following links or through the integrated platform we included at the end of this article:
If you're coming from France, click here
If you're coming from Valencia, click here
- Come to DGTL Barcelona by plane -
When it comes to plane trips, it’s a well-known fact that anticipation is your best ally. We’ve selected the best flight offers from cities like Paris, London, Amsterdam and Milan.
* From Paris, a round trip is around 130€. You can check available flight options here
* From Amsterdam, a round trip is around 100€. You can check available flight options here
* From London, a round trip is around 190€. You can check available flight options here
* From Milan, a round trip is around 175€. You can check available flight options here
- Come to DGTL Barcelona by train -
For those of you heading to Barcelona from different cities within Spain, we checked the most updated prices for train tickets. You can book your trip via Renfe's official website, right here.
* Madrid: round trip is around 127€.
* Valencia: round trip is around 50€.
* Sevilla: round trip is around 170€.
* Zaragoza: round trip is around 60€.
* Málaga: round trip is around 170€.
- Come to DGTL Barcelona in the most sustainable way: riding a bike -
Partnering up with Baja Bikes, this year we offer our visitors the possibility of accessing important discounts for bike rentals, so you can arrive to the venue in the most fast and eco-friendly way.
* 40% discount for DGTL visitors
* Day rental: 7,50€
* Pick-up point: Baja Bikes - Plaça de la Llana, 3, 08003 Barcelona
* Exclusive bicycle parking in front of our doors: free, with its own security and right in front of the fun. You can check further info right here
In just 20 minutes, you can bike your way through the pick-up point in Baja Bikes Jaume to DGTL Barcelona through one of the most charming and iconic routes of the city: bording the Barceloneta beach and the Olympic Port.
Baja Bikes will charge a 100€ deposit for the bike, to be fully reimbursed upon returnal.
Help us keep Barcelona as one of the most sustainable cities in the Mediterranean!
- Other means of transport -
If you want to know how to get tot he venue within city limits (train, car, metro or from the airport) you can follow this link, where you'll find all the information.
Where to stay during DGTL Barcelona:
In partnership with Unite Hostel, this year we'll be inaugurating the DGTL Hostel, so you can recharge your batteries in the most comfortable and environmentally-friendly way. You can book your bed or full room (from just 47,5€ per night) right below:
Once inside the venue, don't worry, we'll take care of creating the most unforgettable experience for you!