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5 Things to Do this Weekend in Barcelona!

Are you still being without any plan for this weekend? In today’s post we suggest you 5 interesting things to do this weekend: 1. Pixar turns 25! Raise your hand all who have ever seen a movie from the company! Pixar turns 25 and CaixaForum wants to celebrate it with a bigh exhibition for the whole family: “Pixar. […]

LLUM BCN Festival 2015 – Barcelona Culture

As day fades to night during the Festes de Santa Eulàlia, the city will light up for the LLUM BCN Festival. This year marks a particularly special occasion as UNESCO celebrates the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies across the globe. The Barcelona´s festival, now in its fourth edition, sees 20 innovative light installations […]

Festa Major de Sant Antoni 2015

From the 17th to 27th of January, 2015, the Sant Antoni neighborhood celebrates its festa major local festivities. The Sant Antoni festival is the first local neighborhood festival of the year in Barcelona and takes place in the Sant Antoni area of the Eixample district of Barcelona. For ten days, residents and visitors can enjoy a full programme of […]

Are you coming this January on holiday to Barcelona?

“Año nuevo, vida nueva!” -New Year, new life- We leave behind 2014 full of experiences and unique moments and we welcome 2015 with new purposes and hopes. Do not wait any longer and come and enjoy wonderful holidays in Barcelona, because this January the city offers a great variety of activities for the whole family! […]

4 Halloween 2014 activities you shouldn´t miss

On the night of October 31st , many countries such as Canada, United States, Ireland or United Kingdom celebrate the traditional and famous Halloween party, also known as Witches night, where children and adults walk through the streets with their best costumes looking for sweets. In Barcelona, La Castanyada is celebrated that day, a popular catalan festivity which […]

La Mercè 2014

Barcelona is a city known for its many festivals. September 24th is approaching fast and with it brings the traditional festival of Barcelona, La Mercè. The legend goes that in 1687 the Virgin of La Mercè saved Barcelona from a terrible plague of locusts. When the plague finished, the Virgin was declared the patron of the […]

Holi Festival Of Colours Barcelona

Every year in India people welcome the spring with the popular Holi Festival, also known as the Festival of colours or the Festival of love. Not only does it celebrate the seasonal change, but, in addition, it celebrates the victory of good over evil. To commemorate this glorious event the devotees throw coloured powders and […]

The Fountains of Barcelona

The upcoming 22nd of March is the UN-sponsored National Water Day 2014 and a great opportunity for us to tell you about Barcelona’s fountains! In the city, there are several well-known fountains, some of which function as public water sources and others that are purely decorative, but some of the more obscure ones are gems […]

Barcelona is the capital of DIY for the Handmade Festival this April

Barcelona’s reputation stands strong as the historic home to many artists who have been launched to international fame. Specifically Gaudí, Picasso and Joan Miró are a few among the many artists who have left us with rich artistic legacies and are known by many. Fostering creativity is an element that still distinguishes this city and […]

Christmas Markets in Barcelona

When Christmas Season starts in the Catalan capital, the city dons a festive atmosphere. With the holiday spirit in mind, squares all around Barcelona fill with vendors to create Christmas markets.  The most famous of these markets is the Christmas Market of Santa Llúcia, which we mentioned in our article about New Year’s Eve 2013 […]

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