Tourism. Tourist activity grew moderately in 2017, despite the effects of the attack on La Rambla and the social and political scenario.
Sustainable tourism. Improved access to beaches, backing for inclusive tourism and socially and environmentally sustainable tourism have all helped the city revalidate its Biosphere World Class Destination certificate.
Terraces. General consensus on drafting new regulations that are easier to understand and apply, and adapted to the real needs of local residents, bar and restaurant owners and the area.
Tourism. A team is to intervene where conflicts arise.
Municipal. Barcelona City Council is the institution which scores best and the public perception that the city improves year after year continues.
Beaches. Nearly five million people have enjoyed the city’s 4.5 km of beaches.
Employment. Ciutat Vella opens the first office in defence of labour rights, offering information and advice to tackle job insecurity.
Mobility. Plans are being considered on how to manage tourist mobility in the city and integrate it into the overall urban planning model.
No tinc por. The effect on commerce and tourism in the city has been minor and activity has recovered quicker than in other cities which have suffered attacks.