LA MERCÈ 2021
Living communally in Barcelona
We love Barcelona
European Mobility Week 2021
From 16 to 22 September
The city after COVID
The Night of Religions
Discussing diversity of beliefs and ideas
The City Council from the inside
Visits are free
We’re resuming activity
82 measures for Barcelona’s economic reactivation.
Book a table and enjoy!
'SÍ, I MILLOR' FAIR
Call for grants
Tourism and leisure sector
Celebrating art in galleries
Rediscover Barcelona through art
The world of the circus and Montmartre characters
Urban Nature at CCCB
A walk-through film by Rimini Protokoll
We are an ecosystem
The life on Earth is interdependent
15/09/2021 - 14:34h
Housing. The Full Council gives the go ahead to declare Barcelona as an area with a tense housing market, according to the Catalan law on containing rents.
10/09/2021 - 13:30h
Mobility and transport. The first XPRESBus urban service is created and will connect Francesc Macià with Glòries, while more trains will be running on the metro lines where demand is highest.
16/09/2021 - 11:16h
La Mercè 2021. A further 15,000 posters have been printed.
16/09/2021 - 17:20h
Democratic memory. The change to the name of this street in Vallvidrera pays tribute to the teacher born in 1927.
14/09/2021 - 18:44h
Urban planning. Initial approval for the measure which will maintain space gained for use by local people, facilitating pedestrian mobility and providing support for a restaurant sector hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis.
Barcelona is holding its La Mercè Festivities from 23 to 26 September. A celebration featuring the necessary precautions which will be showering the city with a whole host of traditions, street arts, circuses, music, dance and plenty more.
The City Council offers citizens its current photographic archive, with thousands of images of Barcelona. The Barcelona Images site includes various galleries by subject: popular culture, the effects of Covid-19, public spaces and much more.
Montjuïc mountain is a big green space in Barcelona offering everyone sports, leisure and cultural facilities. Discover the park and enjoy it!
We love Barcelona. And now we want, more than ever, to enjoy and experience it with respect. We’ll all come out winners!
Barcelona is the 2021 World Capital of Sustainable Food. Get involved in promoting healthy diets and boosting local economies!
The city’s parks and gardens transform it into a living, breathing space. You’ll find them all here. Explore and enjoy them!
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.
Programme aimed at reducing inequalities between Barcelona neighbourhoods, backing access to income, services, urban quality and welfare.
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.
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!
Discover Barcelona’s traditions, popular culture and enchanting spots, as well as initiatives and programmes to preserve the memory of our past.
Check out all the information on the health services, facilities and resources available in Barcelona.
Beach-capacity monitoring will be maintained during the 2021 bathing season, as will Covid-19 prevention measures, which must be respected, including safety distancing and crowd avoidance in particular. The “Smoke-free beaches” pilot test is also being implemented at four beaches.
Discover the tools being offered by the city for promoting employment, business care and entrepreneurship.Working in Barcelona.
Find out about women’s support services and the resources available to combat discrimination and sexist violence and promote gender equality.
Barcelona City Council offers a catalogue of free downloadable publications for you to enjoy during the time you have to stay at home because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Psychological support service for teenagers and young people between the ages of 12 and 22, also offering advice for professionals on mental health matters.
Find out about all the free and confidential prevention and assistance services available to women in a gender-violence situation.