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The night of October 31 to November 1 is celebrated in many parts of the world as All Saints' Day, Day of the Dead or Halloween. However, in Catalonia the Castanyada is celebrated, the name comes from castanya, which means chestnut in Catalan. Like any tradition,...

The ninth edition of Oktoberfest Barcelona, the world's most famous beer festival, kicked off on October 5. The festival is held at the Fira de Montjuic and in addition to drinking, you can enjoy traditional Bavarian music and gastronomy....

Many of the octagonal blocks that were built according to the designs of the Cerdá Plan had interior courtyards that, over the years, were given other uses. However, the city has been recovering some of these spaces for the public, whether they be parks, gardens...

Today we would like to take a look at the different public transport options in Barcelona that you can use to get around the city. Nowadays, thanks to the multitude of metro, regional train, tram and bus lines, among other more modern services such as...

Una alternativa de ocio muy recomendable para hacer en Barcelona es visitar las zonas verdes que hay repartidas por la ciudad. La riqueza y variedad de parques y jardines, permiten desconectar del ritmo frenético de la capital y hacer una pausa disfrutando de la naturaleza...

In order to face the coronavirus crisis, the cultural industry has been forced to think of new ways to keep working online. Through the official websites and social media profiles, they are creating all kinds of leisure activities for both adults and children. So that you...

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