If you have any questions about Barcelona International Community Day, check our FAQ.

  • Barcelona International Community Day will be on Saturday 28 October from 10 am to 7 pm at Barcelona’s Maritime Museum.

  • To attend the fair and participate in the activities on Saturday 28 October, you need to register. You’ll then receive a ticket (free of charge) with a QR code that you’ll need to present on arrival. Register by using this form.

  • There will be a variety of diverse activities at the fair: informative capsules, talks, round tables and networking, cultural and fun activities, as well as options for children.

  • Topics related to the following areas will be addressed:

    • Settling in: Useful information and services for people arriving to live in Barcelona, either alone or with their family.
    • Working and doing business: Career development, investing, doing business and finding opportunities.
    • Enjoying the city: Discover the attractions of the city and the cultural and leisure opportunities it offers, and get connected with local people.
    • Entertainment activities: Cultural, fun and children’s activities - for all ages.
  • Once you’ve registered for the fair, you don't need to sign up specifically for each activity. Attendees will be allowed to enter each activity until the capacity has been reached.

  • Both the entrance and the activities that are included in the Barcelona International Community Day programme are free of charge.

  • All Barcelona International Community Day activities will be in-person at the Maritime Museum. However, some activities will be recorded and published on this website after the fair.

  • Barcelona International Community Day is being organised by the Barcelona City Council through the department responsible for the international economic promotion of the city. Barcelona Activa, the city’s local development agency, has also provided a great deal of support, and many other organisations and professionals have contributed as well. We would like to offer our thanks to everyone who has helped to make Barcelona such an open, diverse, and innovative city!

  • Barcelona International Community Day is being organised with the following aims in mind:

    • To create a meeting point for the international talent ecosystem and Barcelona’s international community.
    • To provide information, resources of interest, and networking opportunities for people coming to live in our city.
    • To maintain Barcelona’s position as an open, friendly city that welcomes people from other countries.
  • Barcelona International Welcome offers Barcelona’s international community a broad range of activities throughout the year: information sessions, networking sessions, seminars and talks, city tours, workshops and more, so you can continue making contacts and enjoying everything the city has to offer to the full. Follow us on social media and subscribe to the newsletter to stay in touch with the community!