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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...

Do you know what the calçots are? We explain you briefly what does it mean and keep your eyes open – the season is about to close end up. The calçots are the key product of Catalan gastronomy, a variety of onions whose name is “onion late of Lleida”....

Carnival, traditionally known as Carnestoltes in Catalonia, is one of the most popular festivals in the world. It starts always on the Fat Thursday (Dijous gras) and ends with the burial of the sardine or also, like many towns in the Pyrenees, the burning or burial...

The Santa Eulalia festivity is the largest winter festival of Barcelona starting the 6th until the 15th of February. The streets of Ciutat Vella and, above all, La Rambla, are filled with giants, devils, big heads, castellers, dances and other elements of popular culture. Some of...

Today we are glad to present you a recipe that you can use during this weekend with your kith to remember when you spent those marvelous days in Barcelona, or to prepare to the ones coming! Catalan-Style Spinach, also known as Sweet-and-Sour Catalan Spinach when you...

Colder Times are coming, and so, warmer recipes need to appear. ;) The Tortilla de patatas also know as Spanish Omelette is an easy and common dish in Spain, usually served in bars as tapa or appetizer. Nevertheless, a big amount of Spaniards use to cook it...

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...