Tips for tourists: stay safe and respect others
In recent years, Barcelona has become a leading tourist destination thanks to its unique characteristics and numerous cultural and leisure attractions, its wide range of accommodation, its infrastructures and street life. Its business activities also make it an internationally attractive city.
We are an open, welcoming and safe city. For this reason we welcome visitors, offer them advice and information on how to make the most of their stay and how to respectfully share the city alongside the local population, enjoying all of the dynamism and vitality of its neighbourhoods and iconic spaces.
Welcome to Barcelona.
[Catalan regional police]: All crimes
[city police]: Thefts, robberies in vehicles and loss of documents
|Ciutat Vella district||Nou de la Rambla, 76 - 78||La Rambla, 43|
|Eixample district||Pl. Espanya, 1||Nàpols, 42 - 62|
|Sants-Montjuïc district||Ulldecona, 35|
|Les Corts district||Trav. les Corts, 319 - 321|
|Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district||Iradier, 9 - 11||Av. J V Foix, 55|
|Gràcia district||Av. Vallvarca, 169 - 205|
|Horta-Guinardó district||Marina, 347 - 349|
|Nou Barris district||Aiguablava, 55|
|Sant Andreu district||Pg Torras i Bages, 125 - 145||Sagrera, 179|
|Sant Martí district||Bolívia, 30 - 32|
|Joint Office in La Barceloneta||Pg Joan de Borbó, 32, October to May (inclusive): from 9 am to 9 pm|