Thu, 08/02/2018 - 11:56Attack. The city marks the first anniversary of the attack on La Rambla with a ceremony and a digital...
Thu, 07/19/2018 - 17:15Trade fairs. The city’s international reputation and innovative character were the key attractions in...
Mon, 07/16/2018 - 20:03City Council. The Mayor, Ada Colau, presented the declaration by municipal governments at the UN...
Wed, 07/11/2018 - 17:07City Council. The meeting between Ada Colau and Anne Hidalgo focused on the fight against...
Thu, 07/05/2018 - 16:32Water polo. Two inaugural ceremonies are being held as from 9.30 pm on 14 and 16 July, heralding the...
Wed, 07/04/2018 - 13:07City Council. The two municipal governments share strategies for combatting gentrification and...
Mon, 07/02/2018 - 13:15City. Barcelona is a city geared towards the sea, with multiple sports options. Summer is the best time...
Thu, 06/28/2018 - 20:35Culture and free time. Ticket sales will also be online only, helping to prevent build-ups of visitors.
Mon, 06/25/2018 - 18:38Leisure. Magic, shows and new attractions for the new summer season at the amusement park.
Mon, 06/25/2018 - 06:18Barcelona once again fills with culture in July with a new edition of the Grec festival.
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‘Jazz evenings at La Pedrera’
Jazz evenings return to the roof terrace at La Pedrera from 8 June to 15 September.
Where: Espai Gaudí: Pis, Golfes i Terrat - Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera
When: From 08/06/2018 to 15/09/2018.
‘Gala Salvador Dalí. A Room of One’s Own in Púbol’
The exhibition explores Gala’s life and her relationship with Salvador Dalí.
Where: Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
When: From 06/07/2018 to 14/10/2018.
Dinners with stars
The new season of ‘Dinners with stars’ offers stargazing suppers all through the summer at the Observatory Fabra.
Where: Observatori Fabra
When: From 09/06/2018 to 07/10/2018.
Brunch in the Park
Enjoy electronic music, gastronomy and nature in the Jardins de Joan Brossa.
Where: Jardins de Joan Brossa. Entrada per la pl. de la Sardana
When: From 01/07/2018 to 16/09/2018.
‘Beneath the surface’
The MACBA brings together 23 works from the museum collection which share methods, materials and similar intentions.
Where: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
When: From 11/10/2017 to 30/11/2018.
'Modernista evenings at the Casa Museu Amatller'
Theatricised visits to the Casa Museu Amatller every Friday in the summer.
Where: Casa Amatller
When: From 22/06/2018 to 21/09/2018.
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.
Jardins Mossèn Costa i Llobera
These amazing gardens at the foot of Montjuïc, facing the sea and with a microclimate all of their own, have over 800 cacti and succulent plants on display.
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.
La Casa de l’Aigua
Built in 1917, the Casa de l’Aigua de Trinitat Nova, in Nou Barris, is a new cultural attraction, broadening the city's range of iconic sites.
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.
The Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Pedralbes
The Royal Monastery, a gem of Gothic architecture in the upper part of the city, conceals an impressive cloister.
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.
Vila de Gràcia
Always full of life and a lively spirit, the neighbourhood of Gràcia has a long history going back centuries.
Santa Maria del Mar
Regarded as the sole completely finished, pure Catalan-Gothic building, the temple was built thanks to the efforts of the Ribera neighbourhood's marine guilds.
Popular, with a commercial spirit and open to new trends, the Sant Antoni neighbourhood is centred around its iconic market at one end of the Eixample district.
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.
Santa Creu d’Olorda
The earliest records of this Romanesque hermitage in the Collserola Natural Park date back to the 9th century.
Experience the essence of every Barcelona district and discover their diversity of its 73 neighbourhoods.
Architecture and art combine in Barcelona.
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.
Barcelona has prestigious business schools that offer fully up-to-date training in the world of business.
The city at night
Culture doesn't stop at night, with concerts for all tastes.
There is a wide and diverse range of accommodation on offer in the city to suit all budgets.
Before you rent your tourist accommodation, check that it's got a tourist licence
“Let’s share Barcelona”
Live and let live!
Barcelona, a city of peace
Memorial Website 17A
Come to the zoo this summer!
We’re working for nature at the zoo
Come to see The Best Ballet Stars at Barcelona Opera House
New season at TibidaboFind out what’s new
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Black Light- art and esotericism CCCB
Secret traditions in art since the 1950s
DOMÈNEC. NOT HERE, NOT ANYWHERE
Exhibition: 19 April – 11 September 2018
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