TDS+2.0 2024 EURECAT

Development of a tourism intelligence system for the Barcelona province based in the compilation and treatment of data.

The Tourism Data System (TDS) project manages an interactive and easy-to-use digital platform capable of providing the public sector and private companies with a great volume of trustworthy data and, this way, allowing them to grasp the current tourism conjunction, as well as its historical evolution.

With this information, the aim is to facilitate the decision-making process and enhance the adaptation to current and future challenges in a key sector of the Catalan economy.

To accomplish this, the TDS harvests tourism information from different sources and analyses it and compiles it in order to generate useful information. This information is made available to the multiple agents that collaborate with the project through an online digital platform where, among others, it is possible to do tailor-made queries and download reports of results.

The TDS project relies on a team of experienced professionals with interdisciplinary knowledge, as well as with the collaboration of tourism management public institutions and private tourism businesses.

General details


Tourism Data System (TDS) – Deployment of the tourist intelligence platform in the province of Barcelona

Project reference


Programme and call for tender

Project funded by the Provincial Council of Barcelona

Related SDGs

Contribution to achieving greater knowledge about the state and evolution of the tourism sector of the Barcelona province and, consequently, favoring its development and better decision-making.

Innovative tool in Catalan tourism, as it allows quick and easy access to a large volume of current, reliable and rigorously analyzed and aggregated tourist data. In addition, access to this data by a large number of public management institutions, as well as private actors, has allowed the creation of an extensive information infrastructure for all of Catalonia.

Creation of more controlled and sustainable tourist areas, as well as anticipation and creation of strategies to adapt to the possible impacts derived from tourist activity.