Music, art, culture, leisure and sport await you every week, so you’ll never be short of things to do.
Leisure, theatre, concerts, shows, museums, exhibition venues, art galleries, sporting events…Below, you’ll find our top picks. Don’t miss out on a single thing the city has to offer.
If you are a film fan, don’t miss the Barcelona Jewish Film Festival, which has become a firm fixture on the city’s cultural scene. Book lovers should make a date with the Jewish Book Festival - Séfer Barcelona, which is held every autumn. Panel discussions, recitals, concerts and readings from books, some of them set in our city.
Don’t miss a single thing!
Barcelona is an open, cosmopolitan city which was a pioneer in the promotion of equal rights.
The city offers its visitors a plethora of attractions associated with diversity and a wide-range of recreational and cultural attractions and events you can enjoy in an atmosphere of tolerance and freedom. Since the late 1980s, the Gaixample has been Barcelona’s main LGTBIQ+ district, with a great choice of bars, shops and hotels catering to the LGTBIQ+ community.
Pride Barcelona celebrates diversity and gay pride and, above all, the LGTBIQ + community’s fight for dignity, respect and freedom, with all kinds of events and celebrations.
Welcome to diversity, welcome to Barcelona!
In Barcelona, you can stay fit by playing and enjoying your favourite sport, either at one of the city’s many sports facilities, in the open air, or in one of the city’s green spaces. Collserola Park, Mount Montjuïc, the Barcelona coast… Some of the city’s beaches give you the opportunity to try out different water sports.
Discover Barcelona’s wide range of sporting venues, events and competitions.
Just a short distance from Barcelona, the Catalan Pyrenees are a veritable haven for lovers of mountains and snow and offer a wide range of activities for everyone throughout the year. They are just a two-hour drive from Barcelona and can also be reached by train.