OBRIM CARRERS AT SANTS-MONTJUÏC AND GRÀCIA
Saturdays and Sundays, from 10 am to 9 pm
- CREU COBERTA - CARRER DE SANTS AXIS
- Between Pl. Espanya and C/ Munné
- GRAN DE GRÀCIA
- Between C/ Nil Fabra and Pl. Nicolás Salmerón (Jardinets de Gràcia)
Obrim Carrers is back every weekend, an initiative that aims to reclaim public spaces for city residents. You will be able to enjoy streets free of traffic, smoke and noise. Enjoy a stroll through these main streets like never before!
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
WHAT IS THE OBRIM CARRERS TIMETABLE?
Obrim Carrers to be held every Saturday and Sunday, at two different timetables depending on time of year:
- October - April: from 9 am to 8 pm.
- May - September: 10 am to 9 pm (except July and August, when there is no Obrim Carrers).
The streets in question will be open to pedestrians but not vehicles during these timetables.
WILL THERE BE ACTIVITIES?
While Obrim Carrers was originally created to fill streets with activities, the COVID-19 pandemic has made it necessary to cut back on the activities taking place in these streets. Even so, these public spaces will be at your disposal for strolling along, doing sport and so on.
CAN CARS AND MOTORBIKES TRAVEL THROUGH?
To ensure people's safety, traffic will be restricted when Open Streets is held. Only municipal-service and emergency vehicles, loading and unloading vehicles, vehicles belonging to the area's local residents on the way to their private parking, users of pay-as-you-go parking, taxis in emergency cases and vehicles used by people with reduced mobility will be allowed through these streets. Bikes are also allowed to circulate.
ATTENTION: Local residents will be able to circulate in their vehicles from the intersecting street nearest to their car park. In all cases, people should always follow the instructions issued by traffic assistants on hand in each street.
WHAT ABOUT BUSES, WILL THEY BE ABLE TO TRAVEL THROUGH?
Buses will have their usual routes diverted during the holding of Obrim Carrers. To view all the disruptions and changes of stops visit this link to TMB.