Barcelona


Stay Safe

Stay Safe Barcelona is a safe city. Nevertheless, while you are visiting we suggest taking common-sense precautions as you would when visiting any major city, including carrying only as much cash as you need, keeping an eye on your personal belongings, both inside and outside the venue, and remaining vigilant in crowds, restaurants and on public transportation. Watch out for people creating distractions and diversions. Also, we strongly suggest you remove your badge when you leave the venue, so as not to advertise that you are carrying the latest mobile devices. However, if you do experience a security incident while in Barcelona, please call +34 900 77 2020, a free 24-hour security telephone number providing assistance and information during the event days. Making a report helps the city to fight petty crime. This service covers the entire city of Barcelona - not just the event venue - and the number will be printed on the back of your badge pass for easy reference.


Safety recommendations provided by Event Organisers and Catalan Police

See the Sights - Explore Barcelona

Everyone you ask will name a different Barcelona sight as their favorite. From the pedestrian avenue Les Rambles and the Gothic Cathedral to the as yet unfinished Sagrada Familia church or the works of Antoni Gaudi, there is much to see. Barcelona Turisme has a wonderful website: https://bcnshop.barcelonaturisme.com/shopv3/en/ visit the site to help you narrow down your sightseeing list!