Legal notice

This website is one of the posting spaces of the internationally renowned collaborative campaign Always Barcelona, in which Barcelona City Council and other city bodies and organisations participate.

The website:

Seeks to provide up-to-date information for studying, working and investing in the City of Barcelona’s cultural and creative sectors.

The information that is posted on this website is valid at the time of its publication and updated as quickly as possible.

It is the responsibility of the person or entity supplying information from third parties to update that information. Barcelona City Council and the other bodies and organisations participating in the campaign will ensure that the suppliers of such information guarantee its updating and compliance with current regulations.

Follows a cookies policy that respects privacy.

This website uses its own and third-party cookies to improve browsing experiences and offer content and services that may be of interest.

It allows and promotes the reuse of the information provided, within the framework of this legal notice and current legislation.

Barcelona City Council and the other organisations and bodies participating in the campaign allow the reuse of all information provided through this website under the following conditions:

  • The content of the information must not be altered.
  • The meaning of the information must not be distorted.
  • The source of the information must be cited.
  • No impression is given that Barcelona City Council or the other organisations and bodies participating in the campaign sponsor or support the activity in which the information is reused.

In all cases, the possibility of reusing the information will be limited by the need to protect other rights, property and interests under the provisions of current legislation. In particular, any reuse whatsoever of the information contained in this website must safeguard the protection provided under intellectual property law.

The reuse of works and services protected by the intellectual property system will be subject to the terms of the intellectual property licence established for each case. Works and services may not be reused where it is stated that their intellectual property rights are reserved.

It protects intellectual and industrial property.

Barcelona City Council and the other organisations and bodies participating in the campaign are the holders or assigned users of the intellectual property rights to the works and services contained in the website. This includes the graphic designs and programs as well as the images and recordings they contain. Beyond the sharing of the textual content, as permitted and promoted, the reuse or transformation of other works and services requires the permission of the holder.

Trademarks, trade names and distinctive signs that may appear in the website may be protected under industrial property law, where applicable, and belong to their respective holders. Such content may not be used unless it is authorised by its holder or covered under the Act.

It is present on several social networks and platforms.

The City Council is represented on several social media networks and platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Telegram, LinkedIn and Issuu. When you access any of these or other social networks, note that the user terms and conditions which apply are the ones established for each platform and not the ones specified for the City Council.

Any videos shown on YouTube will use YouTube API Services and the YouTube Terms of Use and Google Privacy Policy will apply.

Adapts to the current legal framework relating to the responsibility of content.

The City Council and the other organisations and bodies participating in the campaign assume responsibility for the content on the website that they themselves have created, in accordance with current legislation. As regards content supplied by users and third parties, the applicable exemptions from liability shall be those provided for under Articles 13 and 17 of Spain’s Act 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce. In particular, in relation to linked content, the applicable exemption from liability is that provided for under Article 17 of the same Act.

The website’s holders shall not be held responsible or liable for any improper use that users may make of the website’s content, Nor shall they be held responsible or liable for any problems that may arise when accessing the portal or for any malfunctioning due to causes beyond their control.