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Want to know what else is on the Internet? We have compiled a collection of websites and blogs to help you make the most of the city.
Community work initiative to improve the quality of life in the neighbourhood.(CAT)
Municipal co-working facility for professionals committed to the Baró de Viver community. (CAT)
Poblenou's residents have founded an association for helping fellow citizens with job-hunting. (ES)
This is a project that aims to create synergies between the various areas promoting the Sant Antoni neighbourhood’s citizen network.
l cultural activity in the El Raval neighbourhood explaines in detail. (CAT)
Shop in Raval and build the neighbourhood! Look for what you need on the new commerce website.
Shop in Sant Pere i Santa Caterina and build the neighbourhood! Look for what you need on the new commerce website.
A food bank for providing these two neighbourhoods’ families in need with basic food products in a customised way. (CAT)
All the services the neighbourhood has to offer for people of all ages.
Discover fun and interesting facts about the Horta-Guinardó district. (CAT)
The transformation of Sants, Hostafrancs and the Bordeta. (CAT)
Poble-Sec through the eyes of a resident. (CAT)
Everything that happens in the district, explained in detail. (CAT)
The neighbourhood past and present. (CAT)
A collaborative local residents’ project that features La Barcelona’s graphic memories on a website. (CAT)
Thirteen unmissable places in Les Corts. (CAT)
Explore the charming corners of the city’s districts. (ES)
Discover the secrets of the city’s streets. (ES)
Information on interesting places to go with kids in the Sarrià neighbourhood, a weekly agenda, blog on parenting, books and cooking. (CAT)
Ideas for things to do with the kids in Barcelona, art and crafts and a selection of stories and games for children. (CAT)