T'estiu molt 2022
The registration period opens on 23 April
Obtain a .barcelona domain
For just 10 euros
More study rooms
Check the new opening times
8th edition of the Literal Fair
It will be on May 21 and 22 at La Fabra i Coats.
First edition of the 2030 Agenda Awards
The deadline for submitting proposals is 14 June.
The proactive city 2022
Grants for urban innovation projects
Open studios of artistic talent across BCN
Local talent at your fingertips
Healthy eating in municipal markets
'Ptolomeu, faraó d'Egipte. La descoberta del seu temple'
Temporary exhibition at the Egyptian Museum
Mercat d'Escapades in Catalonia
Come and book new activities in Catalonia
Youth social theatre
Theatre as tool for social transformation.
Come to II Jornades Gatzara
The Catalan Arab interculturality festival
Japanese Festival in BCN
June 4&5 2022, Entrance free
“Francesc Tosquelles. Like a sewing machine in a field of wheat”
Exhibition on at the CCCB until 28 August
La Cubana returns to Barcelona
'Adeu Arturo' at Teatre Coliseum
18/05/2022 - 16:26h
Urban planning. The city will have 14 super play areas in 2024, offering children more and better spaces where they can enjoy themselves and get physical exercise outdoors.
18/05/2022 - 13:19h
Social Services. The Barcelona Social Emergency and Urgent Care Centre helped over 37,000 people in 2021, some 42.3% more than in 2020.
17/05/2022 - 17:25h
Democratic memory. The nine memorial cobblestones will be laid in front of the homes of each person they pay homage to.
16/05/2022 - 13:15h
The Moment Solar campaign aims to make the most of city rooftops to generate energy. Owner/tenant communities which sign up get support and subsidies throughout the process.
14/05/2022 - 10:10h
Animal welfare. The main goal is to implement a series of actions to reduce the appeal of the urban environment for wild boar and help reduce their presence in urban areas.
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.
See full information on Barcelona’s beaches: location, state of the sea, flags, occupancy control and plenty more. Meanwhile, the ban on smoking this season applies to all beaches.
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.
Psychological support service for teenagers and young people between the ages of 12 and 22, also offering advice for professionals on mental health matters. Konsulta’m is extending its service to the adult population in six of the city’s districts.
The city is launching a new strategy for defeating racism and debunking the prejudices and clichés we find around us, thanks to support from the Office for Non-Discrimination. Come and join us!
Have you any questions about the vocational training (VT) studies available in Barcelona? Find out all about them from the VT access office or explore the vocational training studies search engine.
Montjuïc mountain is a big green space in Barcelona offering everyone sports, leisure and cultural facilities. Discover the park and enjoy it!
Thanks to an initiative called Barcelona Llibres, the City Council is putting an extensive catalogue of publications on a range of subjects and in various formats at your disposal. These include publications on culture, art, sports, history, the city, politics, urban planning and economics.
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.
Find out about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in the environmental, social, economic and institutional fields and get involved.
Discover Barcelona’s traditions, popular culture and enchanting spots, as well as initiatives and programmes to preserve the memory of our past.
The city’s parks and gardens transform it into a living, breathing space. You’ll find them all here. Explore and enjoy them!
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.
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.
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!
All the city’s activities you can imagine are at your fingertips in the BCN Guide: music, shows, festive holidays, courses, workshops, and much more.
Get involved in promoting healthy and sustainable diets and boosting local economies!
Find out about all the free and confidential prevention and assistance services available to women in a gender-violence situation.
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.
Programme aimed at reducing inequalities between Barcelona neighbourhoods, backing access to income, services, urban quality and welfare.
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.
Check out everything going on
Thousands of images
Public holidays calendar
Consulting the calendar for local holidays
General information about Covid-19.
City commitment to the 2030 Agenda
17 sustainable development goals