Mon, 01/22/2018 - 06:00Weekend. There’s no let-up in the city’s music programme. Music festivals, whether long-standing or...
Wed, 01/17/2018 - 09:53Bicycle. Additions and improvements to the city’s cycling infrastructure, currently consisting of 184...
Thu, 01/11/2018 - 10:32Sources. The iconic Montjuïc Fountain and the Avinguda Maria Cristina fountains will be closed until...
Sun, 01/07/2018 - 11:41Sustainable tourism. Improved access to beaches, backing for inclusive tourism and socially and...
Mon, 01/08/2018 - 06:26Weekend. The city celebrates Sant Antoni from 12 to 26 January, with the Tres Tombs, the Tradicionàrius...
Thu, 01/04/2018 - 10:45Beach volleyball. During the winter, Barcelona will hold a beach volleyball circuit with different...
Thu, 12/14/2017 - 10:54Sailing. The fourth edition of the two-crew round the world sailing regatta has been announced,...
Wed, 11/22/2017 - 16:51Athletics. Barcelona’s core running event takes a step forward in terms of quality, achieving the...
Fri, 11/17/2017 - 13:45INNOVACIÓ. Barcelona is to host the third edition of the Sharing Cities Summit on the collaborative...
Tue, 11/14/2017 - 12:11Establishments. The facility with the highest number of visits in the city, it was where the...
Discover the excitement of the city's events
El Liceu hosts this festival for the fourth year running, with performances from some of the biggest names on the current music scene.
Where: Gran Teatre del Liceu
When: From 23/01/2018 to 09/06/2018.
‘Moby Dick’ at the Teatre Goya
Josep Maria Pou plays Captain Ahab in this version by Juan Cavestany, directed by Andrés Lima.
Where: Teatre Goya
When: From 19/01/2018 to 04/03/2018.
Eighth edition of the Flic
The festival of art and literature for children and teenagers fills the city with cultural activities.
Where: MACBA, MNAC, El Born, Museu Disseny, Filmoteca and Mercat Flors
When: From 20/01/2018 to 04/02/2018.
‘The art of visiting a garden: Parc del Laberint’
La Fàbrica del Sol is organising a guided tour to discover all of the hidden secrets in the Laberint d’Horta.
Where: Parc del Laberint d'Horta
When: Ongoing even
‘Rosemarie Castoro. Focus at Infinity’
The MACBA offers the first major retrospective of the North American artist Rosemaria Castoro (1939-2015).
Where: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
When: From 09/11/2017 to 15/04/2018.
Trix, the world’s best preserved Tyrannosaurus
Trix, the best-preserved ‘Tyrannosaurus rex’ can be visited at the CosmoCaixa up to 18 February.
Where: CosmoCaixa Barcelona
When: From 28/10/2017 to 18/02/2018.
Passeig de les Aigües
Crossing the Collserola mountain range from one end to the other, Passeig de les Aigües is both a magnificent green trail and a privileged viewing point.
The Sagrada Família
Gaudí's unfinished work is the most famous silhouette in Barcelona. It has become one of the city's best-known symbols around the world and receives millions of visitors every year.
Barcelona Design Hub
This new architectural icon in the city is located in Plaça de les Glòries, in the district of Sant Martí, and houses the Museu del Disseny de Barcelona.
An old textile factory, recovered by residents in La Bordeta. The venue has become a focus for social and cultural activity and features, among others, a workshop, a library and a popular athenaeum.
Architecture and nature join forces in one of the symbols of Modernista Barcelona offering one of the best views of the city.
The historical Raval neighbourhood, which remained outside the city walls during the Middle Ages, is now the neighbourhood with the city's richest and most varied cultural offering.
Santa Eulàlia de Vilapicina
Tucked away in Nou Barris, with a sanctuary and two country houses, this is a fragment of history that invites you to take a fascinating journey to the place where the district originated.
A decade after it opened, the Fòrum has found its identity and brought structures, transport and technology to an area practically ignored by the city.
This building represents the artistic splendour of Gaudí, the Modernista fantasy par excellence that is distinguished by its roof in the shape of a dragon's back and a spectacular mosaic facade.
Camp Nou is the epicentre of football in Barcelona. It houses Barça's stadium and also the club museum, one of the most visited museums in Catalonia.
Set up as a cultural centre in 1998, the Nau Ivanow is a leader in the creation, production and diffusion of performing arts.
Parc de la Pegaso
The large green zone in La Sagrera is the Parc de la Pegaso, land previously dedicated to factory use and reconverted, thanks to local residents, into gardens full of lush vegetation.
Experience the essence of every Barcelona district and discover their diversity of its 73 neighbourhoods.
Facing both the sea and the mountains, the city should be experienced outdoors.
Visit the zoo and Tibidabo to discover a city which is open to children.
Business Support Office
Offers local and international businesses a range of services and resources.
Come along and develop your research skills at one of Barcelona’s more than ninety research centres, science parks and hospitals.
Hidden away off the beaten tourist track, down little side streets, there are genuine.
Barcelona is establishing itself as a driving force behind strategic sectors for the economy such as ICTs, biotechnology and research.
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8th Literature and arts festival for children and youth
At the CCCB until 29.4.2018
An exhibition about climate crisis
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