Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in terms of population. It is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia.
Located on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula, Barcelona is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea and one of Europe's leading tourist, economic and cultural centers. It is the sixth most populous municipality in the European Union. Here you can find an automatic compilation of DW content on Barcelona.
Paulo Dybala's brace helped Juventus to a dominant 3-0 win that puts them in a great position to advance to the last four. The result leaves Barcelona on the brink, but they have recovered from that position before.
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With 30 million annual visitors to a city of 1.6 million, is Barcelona being ruined by tourism? The city has banned new hotels and declared war on Airbnb, blamed for driving up real estate prices for locals, and flooding the city with visitors. The mayor says Barcelona risks becoming a Disneyland version of itself, with too many souvenir shops and no local character. Lauren Frayer reports.
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In Barcelona, a former Occupy activist with no prior political experience now occupies the mayor's office. Ada Calou was elected nearly two years ago on a wave of anti-establishment anger that started with Spain's economic crisis. Lauren Frayer went to ask her what it's been like to go from grassroots activist to politician in charge.
Barcelona became the first side in Champions League and European Cup history to overturn a first-leg four-goal deficit. Sergi Roberto's winner deep into injury time sealed PSG's fate amid chaotic scenes at the Camp Nou.