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As one of the world's leading economic, trade and business hubs, Barcelona is very welcoming towards expatriates. Known as the Southern European City of the Future in 2014, it is one of the best global cities for quality living.

Barcelona, located in Catalunya, the richest region in Spain, is full of opportunities for expatriates. By moving there, you will also enjoy a lively cultural scene and a bustling nightlife.

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Barcelona is a beautiful city. However, perhaps you never knew that if you travel with a somewhat reduced budget, you will be able to enjoy it equally, and without spending a single euro. In this article, discover 20 things to do in Barcelona for free.

Barcelona is one of the favourite expat cities, where people usually take great affection. It is equally loved by lots of travellers, who come attracted by the unique charm it gives off. If you have time during your stay in Barcelona, a good idea is to spend a couple of days doing some excursions. Here is a non-exhaustive list of the best trips from Barcelona and how to do them (both free and with tour).

A monument should be made to the Associació de Patinadors de Barcelona. Every Tuesday they give classes to hundreds of people in the district of Poblenou to learn or improve their skater skills. On Friday nights, the party is even bigger. They drive routes through the city, which leave from the Centre de la Vila (to the Olympic Village). The difficulty is medium.

Barcelona is a city with an intense nightlife, with options for all tastes and budgets. There are many ways to live the night in Barcelona, ​​but it is essential to know where to go. This article tells you about the best places to go out in Barcelona and the areas with the most gear.

Networking is a philosophy that consists of establishing a professional network of contacts that allows us to get to know ourselves and our business, listen and learn from others, find potential collaborators, partners or investors. Active networking enables the exchange of information and contacts as well as the establishment of relationships with people who share common professional interests.

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