La Rambla attack information service

Barcelona city services are still assisting anyone who needs help following the attack on La Rambla.

Public transport and traffic have returned to normal across the city. You can consult all the information on the Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) website and Twitter account @TMBinfo.

The Barcelona Emergency Centre (CUESB) continues to help people affected by the terrorist attack on La Rambla. The Centre is at number 25, Carrer de la Llacuna. And Emergències de Catalunya have set up a helpline, +34 900 400 012, to attend to relatives of possible victims.

If you want to keep up with the latest news and information on the La Rambla attack, the social media accounts to consult are the following: Mossos d’Esquadra (Catalan police), @mossos; Emergències de Catalunya, @emergenciescat, and Policia Nacional, @policia. If you have any information on the attack, you can email mossos.terrorisme@gencat.cat or phone +34 937 285 220.

As regards what’s going on in the city, you can keep up to date via the Barcelona City Council account @bcn_ajuntament.

Are you visiting Barcelona?

The Turisme de Barcelona visitor information call centre is open 24 hours a day. These are its numbers: 932 853 832 and 932 853 834.

Visitors unable to get back to their hotel in the Ciutat Vella district can still take advantage of the plan for putting people up in Eixample hotels. This service is being offered by Turisme de Barcelona with the agreement of the Barcelona Hotels Guild.

Language support is also available for visitors in city hospitals or emergency services, plus family and friends.

Since the start of the operation, the Emergency Centre (CUESB) has attended to 131 people affected by the terrorist attack, putting them up in hotels and the centre itself and offering them psychological support. They have also coordinated various actions to meet different kinds of needs, such as logistics and provisions.