The Barcelona City Council municipal app directory details useful apps which are designed to serve city residents and which include a wide array of subjects, such as culture and leisure, mobility and transport, technology, tourism and other services.
Discover the city and its neighbourhoods through this new app showing Barcelona’s main points of interest. Natural and urban spaces, museums and schools and research centres for discovering and locating on the city’s map. Take a deep look at Barcelona’s ten districts.
Devices Android: Chrome 55 and Android Browser 53.
Devices iPhone & iPad: iOS Safari 10.2.
Windows environments: Chrome 55 & Firefox 50.
Mac OS environments: Chrome 55, Firefox 50 & Safari 10.
This app offers the full programme for La Mercè, held over various days around 24 September, Barcelona’s patron saint’s day. Don’t miss out on any of the activities or concerts. Find out how to get there and get updates on any changes.
Discover some of the unique features in Barcelona’s urban landscape with a complete guide that doesn’t need an internet connection. You’ll find unknown spots, original details, emblematic shops, photos and itineraries for getting to each place described.
iOs 6.0 and higher.
Android 2.3.3 and higher.
Catalan, spanish, english, french, german, simplified chinese and traditional chinese.
Discover what Barcelona was like from old photos of the city’s streets and buildings. Read the information about them, find them on the map and superimpose the photos over the current locations to see the difference.
This app shows where the nearest drinking fountain is and how to get there. Users can also see them on the map, check out the most relevant artistic and historical information and discover some curious facts.
Get a bird’s eye view of the streets of the small Roman city which was the origin of Barcelona, explore and walk round them with this 3D app. Discover what life was like in the 3rd century and see the city through different eyes.
Explore the streets of the small Roman city which was the origin of Barcelona in 3D using an iPad. Discover what life was like in the 3rd century and the story of our ancestors in a different and enjoyable way.
Visit the Barcelona Museum of World Cultures, choosing from four itineraries: one lasting 90 minutes, one lasting 45 minutes, one for people with visual impairment and another for people with hearing difficulties.