This is not a drill
Climate Emergency Declaration
From February 20 to 26
From February 20 to March 1
Free talks i workshops
Come and take part!
On the first weekend of every month
City commitment to the 2030 Agenda
17 sustainable development goals
Ninety-seven new stations
The number of electric bikes also set to double.
Barcelona Districte Cultural
Visit an energy-advice point
Benefit concert ‘AMOR X AMOR’
80’s Love Classics at Romea’s Theatre
Magic Line SJD, more than a walk
Be part of the Magic Line SJD and help us take care of people who are in need
Free documentaries at the library
Discover close human stories
Visit GAMEPLAY at the CCCB
(re)discover video game culture
Cycle Liceu Jove. Free concerts
Come today to enjoy tomorrow's talents
Brexit Information Point
Practical information for citizens and companies
A love story to the univers
Until May 31 at the Joan Brossa Foundation
Museu d’Història de Catalunya
Free admission. Open until April 19
'Guinea: el franquismo colonial'
Blooming Classical Music
Free Concerts. Book your ticket
14/02/2020 - 18:40h
City Council. Barcelona Opportunity Week is being promoted jointly with the city’s main economic stakeholders and comes in addition to Barcelona Tech Spirit, an initiative by the city’s entrepreneurial sector as part of Barcelona...
13/02/2020 - 20:00h
Urban planning. Two traffic lanes will disappear to make way for wider pavements and more space for buses and bicycles.
13/02/2020 - 16:42h
City Council. The InfoBarcelona telegram channel is an addition to the rest of the City Council’s digital communication services.
10/02/2020 - 16:36h
Science. The STEAM-Fòrum imbues 2,000 baccalaureate and fourth-year secondary school pupils with a passion for science, through fifteen recreational and surprising experiments.
Barcelona is declaring a climate emergency and speeding up a series of changes that commit all the city’s players. Find out all about it!
Enjoy local culture. Check out the range of offers on music, theatre, dance, circus and performing-art shows playing at your neighbourhood’s cultural facilities.
If you’ve got to study, Barcelona takes away the hard slog. Check out the daytime and night-time study rooms available in the city.
Find out about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in the environmental, social, economic and institutional fields and get involved.
Discover the tools being offered by the city for promoting employment, business care and entrepreneurship.Working in Barcelona.
Embrace the essence of each Barcelona districts and step into the different city neighbourhoods.
You can find full information on the main events planned for Barcelona’s cultural calendar.
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.
Discover Barcelona’s traditions, popular culture and enchanting spots, as well as initiatives and programmes to preserve the memory of our past.
Find out about all the things you can do to combat climate change and become familiar with Barcelona’s climate emergency declaration so we can tackle the main challenges.
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.
Best practice guide for companies on managing sexual and gender diversity and protecting LGBTI rights.
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.
All you need to know about managing waste and helping to make the city more sustainable.
If you’re young and looking for work, or you can’t find the work you’d like, check out Barcelona Activa’s advice, training, entrepreneurship and research services.
Find out about women’s support services and the resources available to combat discrimination and sexist violence and promote gender equality.
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 about the wide range of festa majors on big annual festivals taking place in Barcelona’s districts and neighbourhoods and take advantage of the good weather for enjoying them.
In Barcelona, you’ll find a wide range of entertainment and leisure activities for little ones. Don’t miss out!
Consult this guide, which is published by Barcelona City Council, for promoting inclusive communication and language reflecting the diversity of society.
Find out all about the new price model and range of public transport tickets coming into force in 2020 in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area.
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.
Programme aimed at reducing inequalities between Barcelona neighbourhoods, backing access to income, services, urban quality and welfare.
Barcelona rejects all forms of violence against women. Find out about the services at hand in the fight against gender violence, from prevention to care and emergency accommodation.
Full information on the city’s commercial network: commerce in the districts, local offers, activities calendar, consumer assistance, shopping centres and outdoor markets.
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!