Business suits, coffee runs, and the latest in technology can only mean the Mobile World Congress has returned to Barcelona.
Every year Barcelona is the chosen city for the Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest technology conference with more than 100,000 attendees, 2,200 companies, and 200 countries present. Top executives from all over the globe gather at the MWC to experience the latest developments in mobile apps, gadgets, and gaming.
So why choose Barcelona for this profound event?
Barcelona is ranked among the top smart cities in the world. With its avant-garde design, diversified architecture, and distinct culture, Barcelona has established itself as an alluring city for all.
During MWC, attendees were able to relish in Barcelona’s urban development, such as the variety of modern and luxurious hotels, which are scattered all around the city, each with its own unique style. Transportation galore is offered in the busy city, including the hidden highways of the underground metro, hi-tech buses connecting all of the main points of the metropolitan area, and endless streams of taxis.
Yet, whether or not MWC’s attendees only came for business, it is inevitable to miss the treasures all around. Flooding the city is Antoni Gaudi’s architecture, which Barcelona has not only managed to preserve but has also managed to magnify, Sagrada Familia being the extremity of this statement. Wining and dining has never been easier with Barcelona’s exceptional assortment of restaurants, varying from tapas at local Catalan bars to five course meals in fashionable establishments. Finally the landscape having an astonishing mixture of old and new buildings, an international hub of people swarming every inch of possible pavement, and the mesmerizing mountains opposite the calm sea that hug the city is enough to please the eye of any beholder.
All in all, MWC couldn’t have chosen a smarter, more innovative, and advanced city than Barcelona.
The answer to the previous question.
The city speaks for itself.