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The Cannabis Festival

Barcelona is a city with no limits to creativity, thought and initiative: the proof of this is Spannabis, the world's largest cannabis festival, which is organized just outside Barcelona, in Cornellá de Llobregat, and which in 2017 reached its fourteenth edition: from March 10 to 12.

Spannabis: The Cannabis Festival in Barcelona
Spannabis: The Cannabis Festival in Barcelona

Spannabis: The Program

Spannabis, the world's largest cannabis exhibition is the flagship of music, medical and social information and food. Among the most important events in the agenda are the "World Cannabis Conferences", which will take place in the Cornellá Auditorium. Here, experts in the fields of science, medicine and politics will discuss the effects of taking up cannabis and the consequences of its legalisation. The aim is to bring about the regularisation of marijuana on an international scale in order to solve a profound problem that many countries are experiencing. On Friday 10 and Saturday 11 March, the topics of responsible regularisation, the relationship between cannabis and women, the effects of the use of joints on sexuality, the history of reaggae and the cultural context surrounding marijuana will be discussed. The conferences are designed to be interactive and are an opportunity to address questions to the speakers and answer all the queries on this particular topic.  
Woman and Cannabis poster
Woman and Cannabis poster

Useful information about Spannabis

The fair will be held from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 March, from 11 to 20:30 (until 20:00 on Sunday). The venue for the exhibition is the spacious building of Fira Cornellá, located on Carrer Tirso de Molina 34. To get there you can take the L8 line from Plaça Espanya and get off at Almeda, and then continue for 6 minutes on foot. From Sants station, however, you can use the R4 or R1 train line, and get off at Cornellá: from here you can reach the fair in about 20 minutes. Another way to get to your destination is with the blue metro line L5, stop at Cornellà Centre. If you want to go by bus, the lines that can be taken are 57, 67 and 68. The ticket costs 18 euros a day, in other words, 43 euros for the three days. It is important to know that smoking is not allowed inside, as it is a closed structure. 

If you are in Barcelona for a few days and want to get to know the city in a shorter time, read our suggested itinerary for Barcelona in two days and Barcelona in three days!

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