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.
Are you ready for the biggest music festival of the season? Find out what’s coming up this year at the Primavera Sound Festival 2021 in Barcelona!
Celebrate the arrival of the Three Kings, Barcelona-style! Follow them on their magical 5km journey across the Catalan capital and catch a year’s worth of candy in the process! Read on to find out exactly what to expect!
Spending winter in Barcelona? From traditional Catalan customs to snow sports in the Pyrenees, with a dash of wintry treats and Christmas market, find out what exciting events and activities await you this season in and around Gaudí’s city!
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!
Stuck for what to do on a rainy day in Barcelona? Don’t let the bad weather stop you from enjoying yourself, there’s still so much to do here even when it’s pouring it down! Read our blog of our favourite things to get up to to escape the rain.
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!
Head to the Sitges International Film Festival 2020 for an unforgettable experience in the world of fantasy and horror flicks! And if you are up for it, why not partake in the famous Zombie walk… take a look at what’s in store for you this year!