400m synthetic track in Barcelona, Spain (Pista datletisme Parc del Migdia) - runtrack.run
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Open to the public
Yes
Free entry
No
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Altitude
About sea levelsea level
Surface
Synthetic
Track quality
OK
Area
Barcelona
Number of lanes
6
Location
Pista datletisme Parc del Migdia, Passeig Olímpic, Port de Barcelona, Montjuïc, Sants-Montjuïc, Barcelona, BCN, Catalonia, 08040, Spain
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Approximate lengths of straights/curves
88m/112m
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I ran here without problems. Did not see anywhere to pay.

The track is pretty worn but its a nice and inspiring area with all the old olympic venues from 1992.

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