How to get to TecnoCampus

From the airport to Barcelona

 
Barcelona has an international airport known as El Prat , with two terminals: T1 and T2. The terminals are connected by shuttle buses running every 8 minutes. The airport is located 18 km south of the city. More than a hundred airlines connect the city with 200 destinations worldwide. If you arrive by plane, there are several ways of getting from the airport to Barcelona:
 
Aerobús . Bus service rapidly connecting the two terminals with downtown Barcelona (25-35 minutes), end stop Plaça Catalunya. The Aerobús' T1 line serves terminal T1 while the A2 line serves terminal T2. It runs every day from 5:30 am to 1:00 am.
 
Train . Line R-2 Nord (R-2 North), of the Catalan Regional Railway - Rodalies de Catalunya - connects terminal T2 with Sants, Barcelona's central station (19 minutes), Passeig de Gràcia (26 minutes) and Clot-Aragó (30 minutes). It runs every day from 6:00 am to 11:30 pm.
 
Taxi Cab . There is always a large fleet of taxi cabs available at the airport at any time, at either of the two terminals. Taxis charge an additional fee for airport service and for every suitcase transported.
 
At approximately 100 kilometres from Barcelona are the Girona-Costa Brava  and Reus  airports, out of which certain low-cost airlines run.
 

By train from Barcelona 

 
Take the train line R1 (stations in Barcelona: Sants-Estació, Plaça de Catalunya, Arc de Triomf, El Clot-Aragó) until Mataró station.
Some trains terminate at Mataró train station and others trains at Blanes or Maçanet-Massanes but all of them stop at Mataró. 
You can check the schedules at www.renfe.es
 
 

By bus from Barcelona

    
 
You can take the “Casas” bus number E11.1 in Barcelona (it stops in Ronda Universitat, 21 or Plaça de Tetuan): 

 

 

TIP: we suggest you to buy a multi-journey ticket for 10 trips (T-10 3 zones), valid for train and buses to Mataró, and train, buses, tram and metro in Barcelona. It costs 26’75€ and you can buy this card in the metro, railway stations and newsagents.
You can plan your trip and check the timetables of public transport at this link http://mou-te.gencat.cat/
 

By car from Barcelona

1.       From Barcelona, head North on the C-32 Motorway (formerly called A-19) towards Mataró/Girona

2.       Leave the motorway at the exit “Mataro Sud” (about 25 minutes from Barcelona).

3.       You will come to a large roundabout with a huge metal sculpture, take the 2nd exit.

4.       TecnoCampus will be just on your right