PARC DEL FORUM


Parc del Forum o Forum Park is a public space and garden located in the northern boundary of the city of Barcelona, ​​between the middle of the city and San Adrian del Besos.

Managed by a company of the City Hall, is located right where Avenida Diagonal is crossing, one of the largest and most important avenues of Barcelona, ​​next to Rambla de Prim and Taulat street .

This large park was the space where it took place in 2004, the Universal Forum of Cultures, first edition that meant for the district of Sant Martí, the creation of important works such as the famous Trambesós, a network of trams circulating for several north municipalities of Barcelona, ​​and Parc del Forum itself.

Forum Park houses the International Convention Centre of Barcelona, and the iconic Forum building, and has two huge auditoriums, and a great square that it is considered the largest square of the city.

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Because of its facilities, it is the place chosen for the implementation of major events and meetings, such as the famous Fiestas de la Mercè, one of the more important in the city, which takes place on September 24, of each year. The famous Primavera Sound Music Festival is made for a period of three days in late May or early June, and Summercase; festival of independent music, is made also each year since 2006, in addition to the Feria de Abril de Cataluña, among others.

The park has an area of ​​over 6,000 square meters, which operates on weekends from 11:00 to 14:30 and 17:30 to 21:00 and includes minigolf, children playgrounds, inflatable games, jumping, karting, various workshops and even a small train.

Finally, in the square Marcafórum, takes place the market of cultures on weekends, with dancing, crafts and food from different countries, in an area of ​​over 2,000 square meters, from 11:00 hours.

This large park with huge open spaces allows to find any kind of entertainment, from sports to multicultural events, it is and 100% is recommended for the whole family.

Metro L4  – El Maresme Fòrum (Rambla de Prim 2-4)

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