Business. More than 1,300 people got together for a supper at the Palau Sant Jordi to round off the series of meetings.
Smart City. The aim is to bring the digital transformation to all districts, through 150 free activities, talks and workshops for people of all ages.
City Council. A programme of activities and offers on transport, accommodation, shopping, gastronomy and restaurants is being offered from 21 February to 1 March.
City Council. Following the cancellation of the MWC and the 4YFN, this series of entrepreneur-centred meetings is being organised from 23 to 27 February.
City Council. Barcelona Opportunity Week is being promoted jointly with the city’s main economic stakeholders and comes in addition to Barcelona Tech Spirit, an initiative by the city’s entrepreneurial sector as part of Barcelona...
Tourism. Tourism in the city grew by 5% in 2019, reaching 12 million visitors. Average occupancy figures for the hotel sector came out at 82.8%.
Tourism. The measure broadens and diversifies options for tourism outside of the busiest zones.
Some of the main reasons why tourist come back include culture and architecture, entertainment and the character and friendliness of the people.
Economy. The institution achieves a record turnover (215 million euros) and is set to consolidate its position with the transformation of its venues and services.