The exceptional situation caused by the Covid-19 crisis means we’re facing an unusual summer. Even so, Barcelona is brimming with projects and activities so you can enjoy the summer in the city with the necessary precautions and safety measures.
A complete summer for children, teenagers, young people and their families, to help compensate for the effects of the Covid-19 crisis. Barcelona welcomes the summer with over a thousand activities in its “T’estiu molt” campaign and a range of options specially increased for 2020, with more places available, facilities such as libraries and community centres open and new uses for public space, particularly in the most vulnerable neighbourhoods.
This summer, the Grec is back with an edition which is particularly inclusive and local in order to support the city’s cultural network, affected by the Covid-19 crisis. Not to be missed!
During August, the city's green spaces will set the scene for free concerts making up the Music in the Parks season. A way of enjoying nature and music in the city.
Summers are a good time for discovering another, more playful and fun side to museums. See you there!
From 1 July, and throughout the month, the city’s community centres are hosting 23 functions for the general public and two for children, part of the programme for Barcelona Districte Cultural cancelled because of the health crisis.
Despite the health crisis, Barcelona offers a wide array of activities to enjoy in person or online this summer. Check them out!
Many local festivals in Barcelona have been postponed or have had to reschedule their activities to adapt them to the conditions resulting from the Covid-19 crisis. Check the list.
Who says staying in the neighbourhood is boring? Check out options for young and old close to home.
Head over to the neighbourhoods' civic centres this summer and take part in the activities they organise.
Check out all the activities planned in Barcelona for celebrating International LGBTI Pride and Liberation Day. Despite the health crisis, LGBTI organisations and groups are mobilising to keep the LGBTI Pride spirit alive.
The 2020 summer bathing season in Barcelona coincides with the lockdown exit process for Covid-19 and includes special measures to control capacity at the beaches and guarantee the necessary safety distance.
The city’s parks and gardens transform it into a living, breathing space. Discover the green areas near to where you live and bask in nature without setting foot outside the city. You’ll find them all here.
Immerse yourself in the city's districts and neighbourhoods and enjoy its attractions and nooks and crannies: urban spaces, cultural and architectural heritage, nature spaces, museums, leisure spaces, events and activities for doing sport and plenty more.
Barcelona has plenty of municipal facilities which will gradually be opening their outdoor pools in line with the corresponding health measures. Make the most of them!
The Beach Centre is a municipal environmental and information facility on Barcelona's coast. Go and visit!
Municipal sports centres and their specialist facilities, including indoor pools, are re-opening this summer with measures to control capacity. Do sport!