A city council that regulates even where you have to wear a shirt, is it really regulating and maintaining a sustainable model on the tourism sector?
The city's central and emblematic city massification is causing a divorce between Barcelonins and tourists.
Barcelona is becoming an amusement park where neither tourists find what they are looking for because of the massification nor the citizens are comfortable.
Barcelona is forced to stop attending emblematic places due to the discomfort of this massification or to the privatization of public spaces, such as Parc Güell.
It has gone from the hospitable character of Catalans with foreigners to a state of tension.
Among cruises, hotels, legal and non-legal tourist apartments, it is estimated that the real figure may be 27 million visitors per year.
Is this sustainable?