‘Sixteen neighbourhoods, a thousand cities’
In the Borsi building
Memorial Camp de la Bota
Plaça del Fòrum on 24 February.
From 28 February to 6 March
Visit an energy-advice point
Barcelona Districte Cultural
Discover Vincles BCN
Find out more.
Discover the most innovative start-ups
Discover all we are doing
Plan against inequalities
MÚSICA>BCN is back
New edition of this cycle of concerts.
A celebration of Kubrick throughout Barcelona
Check out all the activities
Every Sunday at Cinemes Girona
A playful journey to cinema
Guitar BCN 2019
30 years enjoying the best programmes
“Voice of the Elderly” convention
5 and 6 March, at the Auditori AXA. Sign up for it!
Sign up for Magic Line SJD
Help people in vulnerable situation
14/02/2019 - 17:37h
Memory. The wall at Plaça del Fòrum bears names and surnames to remember the 1,706 people executed by the Franco regime between 1939 and 1952.
17/02/2019 - 11:55h
City Council. Local residents’ organisations have promoted the changes to Riera de Cassoles and Pau Alsina, respectively.
15/02/2019 - 14:27h
Mobility. The roll-out of the new service is at the halfway stage, with practically 50% of bikes and stations now replaced.
14/02/2019 - 18:36h
Social Services. Eighty-five per cent of those affected were unaware of their rights and the assistance they could request.
11/02/2019 - 18:52h
Neighbourhood Plan. A photography exhibition at the Borsi building brings together various visions of the sixteen neighbourhoods covered by the Neighbourhood Plan.
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.
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.
Find out about and take part in organisations and initiatives that are helping to create a social and solidarity economy in Barcelona. Keep up to date with what's going on!
Discover the tools being offered by the city for promoting employment, business care and entrepreneurship.Working in Barcelona.
You can find full information on the main events planned for Barcelona’s cultural calendar.
Find out all about the services and resources aimed at the LGBTI community (lesbians, gays, transsexuals, bisexuals and intersexuals), as well as the initiatives launched to promote respect for sexual and gender diversity and fighting LGTBI-phobia.
The School of Women Entrepreneurs is now called Lidera and is expanding its range of support programmes, activities and networking on offer.
Energy-advice points offer help to prevent supply cuts from unpaid bills as well as advice on how to reduce energy expenses.
All you need to know about managing waste and helping to make the city more sustainable.
The arrival of the Carnival King and traditional Taronjada (orange confetti fight) at Plaça de Sant Jaume on 28 February will signal the start of a week of festivities and revelry with communal snacks, mask balls, street processes, sardine burials and a whole host of other activities.
Check out the schools, what they offer and the educational services available in Barcelona.
This magazine provides a voice for reflection and debate on the challenges of the global city and urban transformations which affect the lives of local people.
The city’s districts are hosting a series of free activities for the MWC, fusing art, science and technology to reflect on the personal and individual relationships people have with technology.
A human-rights defence service you can turn to if you are experiencing or have experienced any form of discrimination or hate crime, especially on the grounds of origins, cultural or religious affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Come and discover Barcelona’s new urban innovation centre, which promotes collective initiatives for fostering a more sustainable city and improving the quality of life of its people.
Find out about women’s support services and the resources available to combat discrimination and sexist violence and promote gender equality.
Embrace the essence of each Barcelona districts and step into the different city neighbourhoods.
In Barcelona, you’ll find a wide range of entertainment and leisure activities for little ones. Don’t miss out!
Make the most of the city’s municipal sports centres. There are 117 throughout the city, with a wide range of offers and prices.
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.
All you need to know for getting around Barcelona on bike: available bicycle lanes, parking places, services, regulations, safety advice and plenty more.
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.
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.
Barcelona is a melting pot of people with a variety of sexual and gender orientations, cultures, languages and traditions. Find out about how to live here with inclusion, diversity and interculturality.
InnoBA is a Barcelona Activa facility offering activities, specialist services, research, training, opportunities for experimentation and project incubation, all within the sphere of the social and solidarity economy (SSE) and socioeconomic innovation.
The Bicing service is being transformed with extra features. Check out all the changes being made over the coming months for introducing this new service.
Programme aimed at reducing inequalities between Barcelona neighbourhoods, backing access to income, services, urban quality and welfare.