Participation. Before the collective act on 23 May, students from the participating districts will read out their proposals to councillors on the reception of refugees at a neighbourhood level.
Diversity. Over the last year the New Families service has attended to 2,266 families, mainly from people from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines and China.
Technology.Ten young artists have produced artistic creations around Barcelona’s ten city districts to show their vision of digitalisation and the transformational power of new technologies.
Mobility. The N10 service runs on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, as well as nights before public holidays when there is no rail service on the FGC Vallès line or on the Vallvidrera funicular.
Transport. The tram will be out of service from 29 August to 9 September. TMB advises the public to use the 195 and 196 bus lines for travelling between Plaça de John F. Kennedy and Plaça del Doctor Andreu.
Culture. The Barcelona Districte Cultural project offers two editions this year (in May and June and again in the autumn) and includes 20 arts proposals and 88 performances at 13 local cultural centres.
Money raised by the tourist tax will be used to improve access routes to the park, signage and the publication of a book and map of the mountain range.
Leisure. The park opens for a new season with longer opening hours and new attractions. Pink card holders will also be entitled to free admission.
MWeekBCN. The programme of parallel and prior activities for the Mobile World Congress has been boosted.
Municipal. The garden, in the district of Sant Gervasi, is free to visit and opens every day from 10 am to 8 pm.