This year’s Barcelona festival takes the celebrations to the neighbourhoods, occupying new spaces and offering citizens a more locally focused programme. In all, there will be nearly fifty stages dotted around the city’s ten districts.
The new BIZBARCELONA arrives, a face-to-face and online fair determined to collaborate in the reactivation of businesses, in the promotion of entrepreneurship and in the recovery of the employment of local talent.
The Sagrada Família is hosting Open Doors Days again on 18, 19 and 20 September to show visitors what the tower of the Virgin Mary, the Temple’s second tallest, will look like when it is complete.
The Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA) ranks as one of the leading scientific institutions in the world in terms of the percentage of its researchers among the highest impact rates.
This year, Barcelona City Council and La Caixa are allocating a total of €900,000 to promote projects that revolve around two thematic areas: (1) ageing and quality of life, and (2) mobility and respect for and protection of the environment, as a way of contributing to the modernisation of the city of Barcelona.
The Festa Catalana is a regular show of popular culture and Catalan tradition that can be seen in the Gothic quarter, in order to show the wealth and vitality of popular and traditional Catalan culture to the visitors to the city.
Palau Guell will open its doors for free on the first Sunday of each month.
Fancy being able to read the paper in a peaceful spot, as well as having Wi-Fi access and being outdoors? That’s what’s on offer at the Jardins Rubió i Lluch, from Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm and from 3pm to 6pm.
The metro line L9 South has already begun its functioning and connects three municipalities of the metropolitan area and two airport terminals.
eBiblio Catalunya is a service of the Public Reading System of Catalonia that makes possible the loan of digital content to all users with card of the Catalan public libraries.