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Three Kings Parades in Barcelona

According to the Bible, the Three Wise Men came to Jerusalem from the Far East to worship the newborn Jesus. Each one had a present for him: Gaspar gave him Frankincense as a symbol of deity, Melchior gave him Gold as a symbol of kingship, and Balthazar gave him Myrrh as a symbol of death. […]

Living Nativity Scenes in Barcelona

Just like in the rest of the country, Christmas celebrations are very traditional in Barcelona. Until the arrival of the Three Kings on January the 5th, you will be able to see nativity scenes, called Pesebre or Belén in Spanish all around the city, and even living ones, to recreate the event at the root […]

Drap-Art International Artistic Recycling Festival

Drap-Art is a non-profit organization created in Barcelona in 1995 aiming to promote creative recycling through the organization of events, workshops, markets and exhibitions all around the world. The artists of this organization create their work using garbage, found objects or damaged items as material and turn them into pieces of art. The Grand Opening […]

Spanish and Catalan traditions for New Year’s Eve

If you are in Barcelona for New Year’s Eve, there are some traditions you need to know about. Whether you choose to watch the son et lumière show of Montjuïc Magic Fountain, to spend a cosmopolitan night on Plaça de Catalunya, to enjoy the atmosphere of the Poble Espanyol celebrations or simply to party in […]

Barcelona Childhood Festival

From December 27th to January 4th, the Montjuïc Exhibition Center hosts the Festival de la Infancia, or Childhood Festival. Through games and performances, your child will discover and learn about technology, ecology, many different sports, art, and coexistence in society. She or he will also be able to meet Peppa Pig and his friends, the […]

Discover the city by Barcelona Port Cable Car

Starting in Barceloneta port, the cable car crosses 1300 meters (4265 feet) in ten minutes to reach Montjuïc Hill. It was finished in 1931, even though it was originally designed for the 1929 Universal Exhibition, and has kept its original appearance throughout the years, taking its passengers on a journey through time with a wonderful […]

Barcelona Zoo – A great experience

One of the most fun activities for do with your family if you live in Barcelona or come to visit during your holiday, is certainly the Barcelona Zoo. Discover animals from all over the world with your family, Barcelona Zoo has everything you need! Wandering around, you can find different sort of mammals, birds, reptiles […]

Wax Museum Barcelona

If you are looking for a rather original activity in Barcelona, you might want to read further. Today we’ll be writing about perhaps one of the most charismatic and quirky places in Barcelona: the Wax Museum. Get ready to meet Dalí or Lionel Messi. In wax. Wax Museum Barcelona The Barcelona Wax Museum is located […]

12th Diáspora: Colombian Cinema Festival of Barcelona

From the 13th to the 25th of October 2015, the Colombian cinema festival of Barcelona takes place for the 12th time. One of its aims is to extend the visibility of Colombian movies that took part in other festivals such as in Sundance, Cannes, or Berlin; the other one is to increase the cultural dialogue […]

National Boat Show of Barcelona

The Port Vell, a 2000 years old port in Barcelona, famous for its Christopher Columbus statue, hosts the biggest boat show in Spain, The Salón Nautico Internacional de Barcelona from 14 to 18 October and the only one approved by the International Federation of Boat Show Organisers (IFBSO). It has been awarded a gold medal […]

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