Beaches. Nearly five million people have enjoyed the city’s 4.5 km of beaches.
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.
Tourism. Agreement with tour guides to adopt measures improving compatibility between tour activity and everyday life in the city.
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
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.
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.
Tourism. The points covered by the document include the specific zones regulated by the special urban plan on tourist accommodation, conditions to be applied and requisites for opening up new establishments.
Tourism. A campaign is under way which is backed up by a promotional initiative around the city’s main tourist attractions to make tourists jointly responsible and aware of the threat posed by illegal tourist lets.