The most practical party

How to Get There
 
Come...by public transport. The underground, bus or any other means of public transport are the best options if you wish to save time, energy and your good mood. Don't condemn yourself to driving around and around looking for a place to park your personal vehicle. 
 
Given the expected increase in traffic throughout the city, the public transport system is reinforced for the festival days. 
 
The underground service will run uninterruptedly and will be reinforced on Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th of September. On Sunday 25th The other days it runs as usual on week-ends.
  
Getting to the Fòrum. On Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th of September, the transport service will be guaranteed by underground line L4, bus lines 7, 26, 36, H14 and H16 as well as by the TramBesòs and night bus service.
 
You may get to the Bogatell Beach Mediterràniament stage (Friday 23rd at night) using underground L4 line (Llacuna station; the service will be provided uninterruptedly all night), bus lines H14, H16, V27, 6, 26, 36 and 92 as well as the night bus service.
 
Getting to the Montjuïc Castle. On Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of September, bus line 150, connecting plaça d’Espanya and Montjuïc Castle, will be reinforced from 10.30 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
 
Getting to the Parc de la Trinitat. On Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of September, you can use the underground line L1, Trinitat Vella station, the bus lines 11, 60 and the night bus service  N9.
 
The Pyromusical Show on Sunday 25th. The festival comes to a close and many Barcelona natives wish to be at the centre of the closing ceremony which is held in the form of a pyromusical show in the street avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina. Underground lines L1 and L3 will be reinforced so that everyone may easily get to the event.
 
If you have any questions... Remember, there are two websites with plenty of information on getting to each one of the festival events: www.tmb.cat and www.merce.barcelona.
 
 
How to Get Information
 
If you'd like more information, have any questions or would like to know where to find a complete festival programme, then take note:
 
You can get all of the informational material you need to enjoy the festival to the max and answers to any questions you may have at the city's ticket booth, Tiquet Rambles, at the Palau de la Virreina (la Rambla, 99, Monday to Sunday, 10.00 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.).
 
Or you may call 010 (24 hours a day) for any explanations you may need. From Barcelona (010), the call costs: €0.37 connection fee; cost/min. €0.08; charged per second; VAT included. From outside the Barcelona metropolitan area (807 117 700): €0.10 connection fee; cost/min. €0.41; charged per second; VAT included.
 
Mercè for the Disabled. The most important festival locations feature areas reserved for people with reduced mobility. You may find detailed information on each one of these reserved areas and accessible public transport at www.merce.barcelona. You may also call 93 316 10 00. Plus, people with hearing disabilities may write a short text message to 93 316 14 16.
 
No Glass at La Mercè! If you're going to one of the activities or one of the concerts scheduled for the festival, you might want to bring your own beverages. Please use plastic or tin.  Do not bring any glass containers. Help us to make the celebration even more clean and safe!
 

Remember, the organisation reserves the right to cancel or change any performance for technical or weather reasons.