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  • Fixing The Future 2024 Festival

    Fixing The Future 2024 Festival

    This three-day festival brings together the 25 best future projects from around the world in aspects ranging from AI to agricultural innovation and from drought mitigation to creative recycling. Across this wide range of topics there are people who are creating change and Fixing The Future is a chance to get to know them and join discussions in round tables, workshops and other activities.

  • Manifesta 15 Europe's Nomadic Biennial

    Manifesta 15 Europe's Nomadic Biennial

    As its name suggests, the European Nomadic Biennial Manifesta 15 takes place every two years, and the city chosen for its 15th edition is Barcelona. All kinds of activities designed to rethink the relationship between culture and civil society will be held in Barcelona over nearly three months. Through innovative dynamics and public debates, the event will reflect on issues such as the challenges of globalization, the democratization of public life, the defense of public space against privatization, the need to balance social progress with environmental challenges, housing fragility, movements of people, capital and data, and economic and ecological crises.

    For this edition in Barcelona, spaces such as Les Tres Xemeneies and Casa Gomis will be open to the general public. The event will revolve around 3 thematic clusters: Balancing conflicts, Caring and taking care of ourselves and Imagining futures.

    Main venue: Gustavo Gili (Barcelona)

    Balancing conflicts:
    Casa Gomis (El Prat de Llobregat)
    Can Trinxet (L'Hospitalet de Llobregat)
    La Caldereria (Cornellà de Llobregat)

    Caring and taking care of ourselves
    Monestir de Sant Cugat and Cal Quitèria (Sant Cugat del Vallès)
    Vapor Buxeda Vell (Sabadell)
    La seu d'Ègara (Terrassa)
    Roca Umbert. Fàbrica de les Arts, Plaça de la Porxada, Museu de Ciències Naturals and Can Jonch. Centre de la Cultura per la Pau (Granollers)

    Imagining futures
    Les 3 xemeneies (Sant Adrià de Besòs)
    La CIBA (Santa Coloma de Gramenet)
    Platja del Coco (Badalona)
    M|A|C Presó (Mataró)

    For further information about Biennal Manifesta 15

  • Water an unfiltered exhibition Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona

    Water an unfiltered exhibition Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona

    Did you know that for more than 2 billion people, something as commonplace as turning on the tap and having water is a pipe dream? The exhibition of the Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona (Museum of Natural Sciences) Water, an unfiltered exhibition, focuses on this issue to raise awareness of the need to guarantee the right to clean and safe drinking water for everyone. Through a positive and approachable tone, suitable for all audiences, the exhibition explores how science, technology, knowledge and creativity can effectively address this problem and calls for individual and collective action and commitment.

  • ZBE Rondes de Barcelona

    ZBE Rondes de Barcelona

  • Sustainable Barcelona

  • Local commerce

    Local commerce

    In a globalized, over-replicated world, it is a joy to find that Barcelona still offers an outdoor showcase of emblematic stores and time-honored establishments that maintain all the genuine character of the city.

  • Green Barcelona

    Green Barcelona

    Nature is also a key element of the city. Parks and gardens are our urban green spaces, and allow you to switch off, breathe in some fresh air, and recharge your batteries.

  • Blue Barcelona

    Blue Barcelona

    The bond between Barcelona and the sea goes back to even before Roman Barcino. The city has lived from the sea and for the sea, and throughout its history it has been a conduit for meeting and sharing cultures.

  • Moving around Barcelona in a sustainable way

    Moving around Barcelona in a sustainable way

    In addition to walking, you can make use of public transport, electric vehicles or bicycles, which offer a safe, fast and sustainable way to visit Barcelona.

  • Barcelona on two wheels

    Barcelona on two wheels

    Who said that bikes were only for the summer? In the Catalan capital you can use them all year round. They're also one of the most fun ways to explore the city in the open air, with your friends, family or on your own.

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