barcelona traditions Tag

We are very happy to welcome La Festa del Roser one more year. From the 2nd to the 12th of October, flowers will be again the protagonists at La Rambla in a year in which neighbours and local businesses need them more than ever....

Sant Jordi es una de las fiestas más importantes del año en Barcelona. Descubre cómo disfrutar al máximo este día festivo, cultural y romántico....

Barcelona celebra la Navidad con actividades que aúnan tradición, espectáculo, diversión y fiesta. ¡Te ofrecemos una guía para que las disfrutes al máximo!...

Aunque en los países anglosajones se suele celebrar la fiesta de Halloween el 31 de octubre, en Catalunya la fiesta más esperada de otoño es La Castañada. Durante esta festividad se suelen degustar castañas asadas, panellets, moniatos y fruta confitada, acompañado del moscatel, un vino típico...

La Mercè, but I'm sure that you knew it beforehand, is the annual festival of Barcelona's city. Even though the festival has been celebrated since the Middle Ages when in 1687, it has been an official city holiday since 1871, when the local government first organized a program of special activities in the feast...

  Castellers or mostly known as a “human tower” are recognized as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. From oldest to the youngest one, a lot of people take part in building of this human castle. The strongest people (usually men) are on the floor and some...

The Carnival word has its origin in the Latin “Carnelevarium”, whose meaning is “bye to meat”. It consists of eating all products (principally meat) that they couldn’t eat during the following forty days of Catholic Lent. This is the reason why each year, the Carnival is celebrated in a different...

The atmosphere is full of magic, hope, nerves and happiness, above all among the youngest of the house while they are excited waiting for the Three Kings arrival. According to the New Testament, the Three Kings are magicians guided by a star, and who brought gifts to...