Barcelona Never Stops
Our shops make our city
Montserrat Roig Awards 2020
Check the rules and regulations.
Energy rights winter 2020
Find out at the energy advice points
From 26 January to 25 March.
New green streets and new squares.
Exhibition William Kentridge CCCB
Works of animation, drawing and cinema
Dear diary: history of a lockup
20/01/2021 - 10:00h
COVID-19. The current measures will remain in place until 7 February, with a municipal lockdown in response to the rising number of cases from the pandemic.
26/01/2021 - 16:24h
Urban planning. The outbound road tunnel is due to come into service in September, with the inbound tunnel to follow in November.
25/01/2021 - 12:27h
City Council. The presentation period for the awards is open until 19 February.
25/01/2021 - 13:42h
Young people. A programme with activities in the city’s ten districts.
Fancy discovering your available academic itineraries and best training options? You have until 25 March to take part in the “Get In-formed” programme’s activities.
Montjuïc mountain is a big green space in Barcelona offering everyone sports, leisure and cultural facilities. Discover the park and enjoy it!
Find out what services are available to help you get around the city and discover how mobility is changing in Barcelona and becoming healthier, safer, more sustainable and better-connected.
The City Council is fostering and promoting the Social and Solidarity Economy with resources that include training, support, economic aid, responsible public procurement and the allocation of venues and materials. Find out all about it!
Discover Barcelona’s traditions, popular culture and enchanting spots, as well as initiatives and programmes to preserve the memory of our past.
Discover the tools being offered by the city for promoting employment, business care and entrepreneurship.Working in Barcelona.
A Barcelona City Council project for transforming school environments and turning them into safe, healthy and less-polluting spaces.
Find out about the various options for buying safely and about the measures being applied to restaurants as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
The City Council is making its contemporary photographic collection, featuring over four thousand pictures of Barcelona, available to the public. The Imatges Barcelona portal includes unpublished photos of Barcelona taken during the lockdown and the lockdown-exit process caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
To ensure women, children and teenagers are attended to during the health crisis and the return to normality the City Council is boosting the services offered to gender violence victims and publishing some guides on prevention and self-protection.
Programme aimed at reducing inequalities between Barcelona neighbourhoods, backing access to income, services, urban quality and welfare.
All you need to know about managing waste and helping to make the city more sustainable.
The city’s parks and gardens transform it into a living, breathing space. You’ll find them all here. Explore and enjoy them!
Step into the city’s districts and neighbourhoods, and enjoy its attractions: urban areas, cultural and architectural heritage, nature areas, leisure, study centres or museums.
Check out this webpage offering information and resources on loneliness, a global problem regarded as one of the great pandemics of the 21st century. You will find municipal programmes and services there for combating it.
Barcelona Activa sets up a subsidy programme for the self-employed hit hardest by the Covid-19 crisis. Find out more!
Find out about women’s support services and the resources available to combat discrimination and sexist violence and promote gender equality.
This is a pioneering municipal service run by the Catalan LGBTI Organisations Platform, offering an extensive range of information, guidance, direct-assistance and awareness-raising services. Check out the on-site and virtual agenda!