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Christmas markets have a long tradition in Barcelona. These markets were born to sell animals and typical food products for December's meals and celebrations, but currently in Barcelona the most traditional markets sell Christmas trees and cribs, clothes and all kinds of gift items. Barcelona, as...

The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is one of the most visited and oldest parts of Barcelona. It is one of the four districts that form the Ciutat Vella and is delimited by La Rambla, Via Laietana, Passeig de Colom and Plaça Catalunya. All this makes...

La Mercè are the festivities celebrated in Barcelona from 20 to 24 September. It is a celebration in honour of the Mare de Dèu de La Mercè, one of the patron saints of Barcelona, filling the city with cultural, free musical and religious events in...

Having lunch or dinner at one of the beach bars in Barcelona (known as chiringuitos) is a good plan to relax and enjoy the sea after a hot day. The city has a very good variety of bars located on its beaches, so it is...

Plaza Reial in Barcelona is one of the most emblematic squares in the city. It owes its name to King Ferdinand VII, when it was built as it is today. However, it has an interesting history that is worth knowing. Plaza Reial is located in the...

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....

We finish our overview of what to do in Barcelona in three days with a final day full of strong emotions, in which you will visit some of the most iconic venues of the city like Sagrada Familia, Park Güell or Tibidabo....