Author: Gabriel Cazado. Mitjans de Comunicació de L’Hospitalet

The city

Welcome to L'HGeography and climatePractical informationTransportMaps

Tourism is relatively new to our city but has quickly become an important part of our future. In just a short time, L’Hospitalet has established a selection of high-quality hotels and secured a significant role in areas such as business tourism.

As the second largest city in Catalonia and a privileged neighbour to Barcelona, L’H has always been an enjoyable destination and place for harmonious coexistence. It’s a great city to live in or to just stop by to visit. Residents of L’Hospitalet are well aware of this, and newcomers figure it out pretty quickly.

In recent years, the city has made great strides in the quality of its cultural, gastronomic and sports offering. And it’s time to spread the news: what’s good for the city is also good for tourism. Whether you’re in town for the Smart City Expo World Congress or for sporting purposes, whether you’re here for Sónar by Night or to try our renowned cuisine, you’ll discover that L’Hospitalet is a city you can enjoy.

Welcome

Geography and climate

L’Hospitalet is near the coast and has a Mediterranean climate, with an average temperature of 17º and 85 days of rain per year.

The region is mainly flat.

Situation

City Autonomous regional community Country Continent Latitude N Longitude E
L'Hospitalet Catalonia Spain Europe 41 ° 22· 33·· 6· 46·

Climate

Climate Current average temperature Annual rainfall Total precipitation days
Mediterranean 17°C 452,1 mm 85 days
Geography

Practical information

Transport

Baixbus

Moving around for The Hospitalet

It searches the best transport for your itinerary in the app I 'Want to go' of TMB :

From L'Hospitalet

Find the best way to get to your destination on the ‘Vull anar’ app by TMB:

Transport from L’Hospitalet:

  • Metro
  • Bus
  • Taxi (You can calculate the cost of the ride on the Taxi AMB app).
  • Train (FGC)
  • Train (RENFE)
  • Tram

How to get to the Fira Barcelona Gran Via conference centre in L’Hospitalet:

  • Metro
  • Bus
  • Taxi (You can calculate the cost of the ride on the Taxi AMB app).
  • Train (FGC)

Direct access from the Fira Barcelona Gran Via conference centre in L’Hospitalet to the Barcelona airport (Terminal 1):

  • By car: 12 km (C-31)
  • Metro: L9 Sud (stops: Fira and Europa-Fira)
  • Aerobus and bus: A1 (stop: plaça Espanya), 46 (stop: plaça Europa)
  • Taxi (You can calculate the cost of the ride on the Taxi AMB app).
  • Train (RENFE): Airport station
  • Terminal 1 information

Direct access from the Fira Barcelona Gran Via conference centre in L’Hospitalet to the Barcelona airport (Terminal 2):

  • By car: 12 km (C-31)
  • Metro: L9 Sud (stops: Fira and Europa-Fira)
  • Aerobus and bus: A2 (stop: plaça Espanya), 46 (stop: plaça Europa)
  • Taxi (You can calculate the cost of the ride on the Taxi AMB app).
  • Train (RENFE): Airport station
  • Terminal 2 information
Cap a L'Hospitalet

To L'Hospitalet

Getting around L’Hospitalet:

Find the best way to get to your destination on the ‘Vull anar’ app by TMB: Metro

  • Bus: TMB and Baixbus
  • Taxi (You can calculate the cost of the ride on the Taxi AMB app).
  • Train (FGC)
  • Train (RENFE) Tram

How to get to the Fira Barcelona Gran Via conference centre in L'Hospitalet:

Direct access from the airport to the Fira Barcelona Gran Via conference centre in L'Hospitalet:

  • The airport has two terminals, T1 and T2. There is parking available at both.
  • By car: 12 km (C-31)
  • Metro: L9 Sud (stops: Fira and Europa-Fira)
  • Bus: 46 (stop: plaça Europa)
  • Taxi: You can calculate the cost of the ride on the Taxi AMB app.