Barcelona: One-way streets and no more megaphones in crack down on disruptive tourists

Authorities in Barcelona have introduced new measures to tackle problems with large tour groups in one of Spain’s most popular destinations.

The Catalonian city is bringing in stricter controls on guided tours amid a nationwide crackdown on tourist behaviour.

The latest rules will see noise restrictions, number caps and one-way systems for tours in the historic centre including around Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Battló and FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou.

As visitor numbers return to pre-pandemic levels, the regulations aim to reduce the pressure on local residents.

What are the new rules for guided tours in Barcelona?

Barcelona’s new measures are focused on curbing the disruption caused by large tour groups in the city centre.

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