In Barcelona, the best artists in the world will join the production company POEMA S.L organising on a monthly basis fifteen concerts in a number of extraordinary locations. Let yourself be taken away by the sounds of the best guitarists in the world playing the most beautiful melodies of their repertory live.
In Catalonia and throughout Spain, the festival of El Día de los Reyes on 6 January is a massive event. It celebrates the arrival of the three kings in Bethlehem with their gifts for the infant Christ, and is the traditional Spanish day for exchanging gifts. A huge parade takes place throughout Barcelona, with fireworks and street parties, as children clamour to receive their presents.
The unique sound of the Spanish Guitar makes this instrument very special, so why not hear it live when you are in Barcelona? Know what to expect with our article which tells you more about its history and some of the best places to go to see it live in Barcelona.
Forget the Sagrada Família, the real adoration in Barcelona takes place at FC Barcelona’s home ground Camp Nou. We explore how this legendary club transformed football in Barcelona into a religion.
Are you going to Barcelona this summer? If so, you should know that the city organises several outdoors activities during the summer to take advantage...
Easter week is a popular time to visit Barcelona and the perfect opportunity to try the traditional Mona de Pascua cake. This delicious cake, which is covered in colourful decorations, is also very simple to make - take a look at our recipe!
Santa Claus is possibly the most beloved character among children around the world, as it is thanks to him that the little ones in...
Of all the different regions in Spain, no-one knows how to throw a party better than Andalusians, - and in April, they bring the party to Barcelona. Head down to the Feria de Abril at Diagonal Mar and take full advantage of the carnival atmosphere – think flamenco, sherry and foot-stamping fun by the sea.
Christmas in Barcelona is a magical time. With so many seasonal traditions, markets, lights, nativity scenes and food, a visit to the city is bound to get you in the festive spirit. Read on for your guide to the Christmas period in the Catalan capital.
If you’re aiming to immerse yourself in real Catalan traditions during your time in Barcelona, forget flamenco. The unique and technically difficult circle dance of the sardana is the one to look out for.