If you are planning on visiting the Palau Sant Jordi, then it’s best to use Carrer del Foc. There are a few on-street parking spaces, and even if you do find one you have to be sure of which zone it falls into. Zones? Parking zones? Well, in Barcelona, on-street parking spaces fall into the green zone or the blue zone and depending on whether you’re a city resident or not and which zone you park in all mean different rules and different prices. Yep, it’s not the easiest of parking systems if you’re not familiar with the city. So, what can you do? Well, take a look at our map of Barcelona and find a parking space, which suits you.
Palau Sant Jordi stands on top of the Montjuïc mountain. In the same area you can find the Fira de Barcelona, the Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña and the renowned Plaza de España. It was designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, in celebration of the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. It is considered an architectural gem, as much for its incredible design as the technology it incorporates. After the Olympics, everyone wondered what would become of the Palau Sant Jordi… safe to say the expectations have been surpassed. The Palau now has an international reputation thanks to the celebration of top-level sport and concerts from some of the world’s best artists, amongst other stars in their own rights. It has a capacity of up to 16,159 people when seated for the sporting events and a maximum capacity of almost 18,000 people for concerts. So, any event going on here is bound to have a positively electric atmosphere! To make it easy for yourself, book your parking with Parclick in one of our 100 car parks in the city of Barcelona, and enjoy the show!
Fancy parking up here and exploring the rest of Barcelona? Well, with the city’s excellent public transportation network you can! Just catch the Metro from Plaça Espanya, serving lines 1 and 3.