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Welcome to the Barcelona City Council tourism website, where you'll find information on the city's tourism strategy, how tourism is being managed and what action is being taken, as well as data and statistics on tourist activity.

  • Barcelona: city and surroundings

    The most important statistics relating to tourism in Barcelona

  • Let’s share Barcelona

    Barcelona promotes sustainable and respectful tourism

  • Fair Travel Living Together

    Barcelona is to collaborate with Seoul to promote sustainable tourism. More info.

  • Strategic Tourism Plan 2020

    The Strategic Plan for Tourism 2020 includes the lines of action that will guide the tourist policies of the City Council over the next few years.

  • International Conference - Sustainable Tourism and new urban agenda

    International meeting of local governments, experts and operators committed to the challenge of ensuring the sustainability of tourism and urban development

  • Special Urban Plan for the management of tourist accommodation

  • Meet Barcelona

    A space for everyone keen to discover Barcelona

  • Tourist accommodation

    Help us detect unlicensed tourist apartments

  • PAM Let's decide Barcelona

    Follow the process of drafting the Municipal Action Plan

  • ZonaBus

    Parking for tourist coaches

News

15 September, 2017 - 15:56

Good practice to reduce inconvenience caused by tourist groups

Tourism. Agreement with tour guides to adopt measures improving compatibility between tour activity and everyday life in the city.

18 August, 2017 - 16:35

Barcelona isn’t afraid

100,000 people have come out on the streets to shout "I’m not afraid", a massive response by local people against the attack on La Rambla and in support of the victims

15 August, 2017 - 10:36

Fewer illegal tourist flats in Barcelona

Tourism. In just one year the number of cessation orders and sanction proceedings to put an end to the supply of illegal tourist flats has nearly tripled.

26 July, 2017 - 14:19

Raising the shutters!

Commerce. Fourteen empty premises in Ciutat Vella will fill with local commerce via a public competition to combat gentrification and the commercial monoculture of bars, restaurants and leisure.

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