Summer is over but still fancy a holiday? Autumn in Barcelona is the perfect time to visit! We give you an insight on everything to do, see and visit in Barcelona this autumn.
The National Day of Catalonia is held each year on September 11th, in remembrance of the 1714 defeat of Barcelona. The National day of Catalonia is now represented as a symbol of national identity and heritage, celebrated through processions, commemorations and festivities.
Make your move to Barcelona a little easier with our essential students’ guide. From the best clubs in Europe to the tastiest cheap eats, studying in Barcelona has many perks, so make sure you don’t miss out!
One of Barcelona’s biggest festivals takes place late august: the Festa Major de Sants. Discover dances, celebrations, and fireworks in this neighbourhood festival!
Barcelona bids farewell to the summer with the biggest street party of the year: Les Festes de la Mercè 2021! 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.
Fear not, summer is far from over. In fact, you could say that in Barcelona, it’s only just begun! Here’s a list of a few things happening over August and September in this awesome city.
A favourite of many, seafood and paella (often, but not always, going hand in hand) is served all over Barcelona, and indeed Spain. To stop you getting stuck in the tourist traps and to help you enjoy this dish as you rightly deserve, we’ve put together a list of our favourite places around the city. So, tuck in!
It is a sports lover’s dream in Barcelona. With year round live events, football, Olympic history, and a variety of sports bars, you have everything you need in our guide.