A Welsh man who now lives in Barcelona has told ITV News that people in the area are in shock, but are trying to resume normality.Read the full story ›
A woman from Anglesey and her family had to flee and hide as the chaos unfolded during the attack in Barcelona on Thursday.Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones says Wales stands by Spain after yesterday's "truly horrifying" terrorist attacks.
Barcelona is a proud and beautiful city which welcomes international visitors with open arms, including many from Wales, and of course we also enjoy an air link with the city through Cardiff Airport.
I would urge anyone visiting the area at the moment to keep following the advice of the local authorities and to check the Foreign Office twitter feed and website for further updates.
Wales and Catalunya of course also share many historical and cultural ties and I want to end by expressing my deepest sympathies on behalf of the people of Wales. We stand by your side at this difficult time.
Jessica Gregory, 23, has created a printed copy of a coral skeleton to mimic the endangered reefs.Read the full story ›
A family from Pembrokeshire have told of the terrifying moment they saw bodies strewn across the floor after the Barcelona terror attack.Read the full story ›
A Caerphilly man who has just returned from Barcelona has told ITV News the aftermath of yesterday's terror attack was "carnage".
Joshua Bird was in the city for a birthday trip when he learnt the attack had taken place.
He was inside when it happened, but has told ITV News what he saw when he went outside.
Joshua landed at Cardiff Airport this morning and says although he felt nervous after the attack, he "loved" Barcelona and would not be put off going back.
A mix of sunny spells and occasional showers for some today, with perhaps the odd rumble of thunder at times.Read the full story ›
Barcelona's Las Ramblas promenade has been quietly reopened to the public.
Pedestrian were being allowed past police lines and back on the famous walkway on Friday morning following the horrific attack that saw a van plough into holidaymakers and locals, killing 13 people and wounding more than 100.
Barcelona is returning to its usual bustling self but the city centre is under tight surveillance, with armed police seen checking people's documents on Las Ramblas.
The street, which is nearly a mile long, is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions and is packed with cafes, restaurants, shops and stalls.
A windy day with a mixture of blustery showers and some sunny spells.Read the full story ›