Don’t miss the much anticipated Sitges Carnival 2019! With everything from colourful parades to bed races, plus plenty of creative costumes to boot, this is surely something to look forward to this February!
Are you a fan of the theatre or passionate about the opera? No trip to Barcelona is complete without a visit to one of the city’s spectacular theatre venues, and we’ve created the ultimate guide to our five favourite, here.
A basic guide to Catalonia including a brief history of the region, traditional foods and festivites, and key words and phrases.
From twinkling lights to hand-made gifts, and from Catalan customs to traditional carols, don’t miss the Fira de Santa Llúcia in Barcelona, named one of the top ten Christmas markets in Europe!
Swap your candy for chestnuts this Halloween as the Castanyada celebrations in Barcelona give you a different take on how to enjoy this age-old Pagan holiday. Don’t worry if you’ve already picked out your favorite costumes, there’s plenty of Jack-o-lantern celebrations to sink your fangs into as well!
A traditional delicacy from the Basque Country, Pintxos are small snacks made of bread with a variety of toppings. We’ve written a list of our favourite places in the city to try these bite-sized pieces of heaven.
11th September celebrates the National Day of Catalonia here in the city. Here’s how to enjoy the day’s festivities and make the most out of this national holiday…
Barcelona bids farewell to the summer with the biggest street party of the year: Les Festes de la Mercè 2018! Catch all the action from the “Fire Run” to the human towers! Check out our informative guide for all the highlights of this much anticipated event.