Expat Day – I’m Barcelonian

Expat Day – I’m Barcelonian

Expat Day – I’m Barcelonian, is an event organised by Barcelona City Council and Barcelona Activa. The aim of Expat Day is to help foreigners in Barcelona to settle in, by providing information on all the public and private services that are available to them.

From the Expat Day website:

In Barcelona we are very proud to receive every year hundreds of persons who come to live, to work and to enjoy our people, our companies, our culture and our way of life.

Exhibitions, talks, workshops and family activities are just some of the things you’ll find on the day. These will be in Spanish and English. You can go with family or friends, anyone who would like to know a little bit more about living in Barcelona.

I’m Barcelonian Expat Day is a unique opportunity to obtain all the information and contacts you need so you can settle down and live in Barcelona. In just one day you will have the chance to find out about expat associations and clubs, service suppliers, experts and other expats in the city.

Who are we expecting:

  • New arrivals and veterans…
  • Entrepreneurs, executives, workers, students, researchers and anyone who is just enjoying a gap year…
  • Those who come with their families or alone…
  • Those who have come for a few months or settled down permanently in Barcelona.

This year the event takes place on Saturday 25th October from 10am to 7pm at the Museu Marítim de Barcelona (Avinguda Drassanes). Access is free, but you need to register on entry. Alternatively you can pre-register on the website.

You can find more information and register at iambarcelonian.barcelonactiva.cat. Where you can also check out the programme and list of exhibitors.

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