Festivities. The commemorative party of the 25 years of the Olympic and Paralympic Games of Barcelona was a citizen success. Thousands gathered at Plaça Catalunya to revive the magic of the event.
Exhibitions. From 2 to 25 July, association members who were volunteers during the Barcelona '92 Olympic and Paralympic Games are exhibiting articles from those Games, which are part of their private collection.
The Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I hotel is joining in the Barcelona 1992 25th anniversary commemorations
25BCN92.. During the 1992 Barcelona Games more than 30 heads of state and government leaders from all over the world, as well as royal families, members of the International Olympic Committee and famous celebrities stayed there.
Walks. A walk of over 10 km to recapture the spirit of the Games in an area strongly linked to them: Barceloneta, the Olympic Village and the Olympic Port.
Athletics. The 97th All-Catalonia Championship - 20th City of Barcelona International Athletics Meeting will be pitting its participants against one another on 28 and 29 July at the Estadi Municipal Joan Serrahima on Montjuïc.
Summer holidays.. Everyone taking part in the Olympic Campus and sports centres has been invited to the celebration activity for the 25th anniversary of the Olympic Games.
The Barcelona City International Water Polo Trophy recaptures the spirit of finals of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games
TICB. Wednesday 28 June sees the arrival of the 16th City of Barcelona International Water Polo Trophy. Spain and Italy will be facing each other, recapturing the spirit of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games.
25BCN92. The documentary features the accounts of nine volunteers and several celebrities and the key and extraordinary roles that volunteers played during the 1992 Barcelona Games.
BCN92Games. As part of the 25th Anniversary celebrations for the Barcelona '92 Games, we want to dust off all those memories and, with the help of all our Twitter channel (@BCN_esports) followers, choose the best moment from that...
Llibres. 'Amics per sempre', by Lluís-Anton Baulenas, is an ironic story of the experience of these two vastly different events.