The German community in Barcelona

Want to get involved in the German community within Barcelona? We’ve put together a list of the best options for German child care services, schools, restaurants, supermarkets, churches, communities, and news papers in Barcelona. Use these spots to explore the city and connect with expats of your own nationality!

German Speaking Community in Barcelona

Childcare

BCN KINDER

BCN-Kinder is a Montessori inspired multicultural kindergarten.

FRINDEL

FRINDEL is a multicultural centre for children where children can interact and communicate in a natural way with others through play, affection and joy.

Schools

Deutsche Schule Barcelona/Colegio Alemán Barcelona

Deutsche Schule Barcelona, ​​founded by the German-speaking Protestant community in 1894, has developed in the 125 years of its history to one of the largest German schools abroad and a multicultural school of rank and name.

Zürich Schule Barcelona

Zürich Schule Barcelona is a small private school teaching the international Baccalaureate programmes from ages 2-16.

Schweizerschule Barcelona

Schweizerschule Barcelona is a Swiss international school in Barcelona. It recently celebrated its 100 years' anniversary. German and Spanish are the vehicular languages. It offers a familiar learning environment for ages P3 to Grade 12. In Grade 12 students can pass the Swiss Highschool exam "Matura" which is converted automatically into a Spanish highschool exam. The school follows the Swiss study plan in combination with Spanish and Catalan requirements. Thus a switch to a local school is possible without any additional exams.

Restaurants

Supermarkets

TANTE EMMA

The German supermarket in Barcelona.

A TASTE OF HOME

International supermarket in Barcelona.

Bakeries

BROTZEIT

Bringing Bavarian baking to Barcelona. 100% German home-made specialties: bread, bretzels, bakery and more!

Churches

PFARREI SANKT ALBERTUS MAGNUS

Deutschsprachige katholische Pfarrei Sankt Albertus Magnus Barcelona

Business

Kreis deutschsprachiger Führungskräfte

Der Kreis deutschsprachiger Führungskräfte ist ein Zusammenschluss von derzeit mehr als 200 Damen und Herren mit Führungsverantwortung in Unternehmen, der Diplomatie, der Verwaltung und in kulturellen Einrichtungen.

News papers

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Blogs

Unser neuester Blog für Deutsche bietet Statistiken über die Deutsche Gemeinschaft von Barcelona.

Our latest entrepreneur spotlight covers BodyWorxHub, a high energy social fitness crew, dedicated to one mission: “Making sports empowering and fun for everyone!”.

Read all about ‘working whilst studying’ in Barcelona. German Masters student Riekje fills us in on the pros and cons of working alongside studying.

Expat Stories

Read the stories of fellow expats, gain invaluable tips and insight into life in Barcelona on our website. Help others by sharing your story too!

Hilfreiche Information für Deutschsprachige in Barcelona. Finde Deutsche Jobs, Deutschsprachige Gesundheitsfachleute & hilfreiche Adressen für Deutschsprachige in Barcelona.

The German community in Barcelona

Want to get involved in the German community within Barcelona? We’ve put together a list of the best options for German child care services, schools, restaurants, supermarkets, churches, communities, and news papers in Barcelona. Use these spots to explore the city and connect with expats of your own nationality!

Do you want to read more about the experience of Germans in Barcelona? Or are you curious about the differences between a German and a Spanish CV? Barcelona Expat Life has organised the German Week. Read the week recap here.

Deutscher Blog: 12-Schritte-Checkliste für Auswanderer in Barcelona

Mit der 12-Schritte-Checkliste für Auswanderer in BCN wird der Umzug nach Barcelona weniger stressig.

Jobs for German speakers

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