This is not your average train station full of escalators and plastic. The 'French Station' (located on Av. Marquès de l'Argentera) is a product of the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition and the second largest station in Barcelona after Sants. Some compare it to the Paris Orsay Station for its grandeur and elegance. You can admire the vast metal arches, a fine example of cast-iron architecture, full of light and space. While the lobby, by Duran Reynals in the Noucentisme style, today hosts a variety of activities, such as second-hand fairs.
|Venue name:||Estació de França||Contact:|
Avda. Marquès de l'Argentera, 6
|Transport:||Barceloneta (M: L4)|
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Things to do
The Friday Language Exchange
Every Friday from 8pm to midnight at the bar in the Estació de França you can improve your language skills at The Friday Language Exchange, a place to meet and practise speaking languages while you have a couple of drinks and get to know people from around...Friday April 27 2018 Free