La Diada de Sant Jordi is Catalonia’s very own version of Valentine’s Day! Find out what to expect and exactly why you’ll be seeing red (and white and yellow!) on this colourful April day in Barcelona.
One may intend on visiting the cultural capital of Europe, Barcelona, this spring, to marvel at the grand architecture and centuries of history on display, but be sure to delight your palette with its Catalan cuisine, too. The city is an oyster of mouthwatering delicacies…dig in!
Flamenco dancing, F1, flower fairs… just three of the things you can find in Barcelona this season! Check out our top 10 spring events in Barcelona and find out what not to miss!
Planning your Easter break? Choose Barcelona as your destination and enjoy a whole week of fantastic festivals, colorful parades and traditional delicacies! Read on to find out all you need to know about “Semana Santa” in Barcelona…
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.