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48H Open House Barcelona Festival

The 5th edition of 48H Open House Barcelona Festival will take place on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of October 2014. The event aims to encourage locals to appreciate the value of good architecture and urbanism, opening over 150 great buildings of different styles, forms and sizes to the public. The 48H Open House Barcelona […]


XX Barcelona Manga Fair 2014

This year is going to celebrate the XX Barcelona Manga fair and will take place from Thursday 30thOctober to Sunday 2nd of November in Fira de Barcelona on Montjuïc. The Barcelona Manga Festival opens to the public at 9:00 am on all four days. The participation of some of the best comic / manga authors: […]


In-Edit Beefeater Festival 2014 in Barcelona

In-Edit Beefeater Festival celebrates in Barcelona from the 23rd October until the 2nd November 2014. The In-Edit Beefeater Festival is a reference in documentaries and musical films. Coordinated from Barcelona, it is also celebrated in Santiago de Chile, Sao Paulo and Berlin. The In-Edit online TV channel also shows documentaries of the festival. This year […]

Roman Barcelona

Barcino: discover the Roman Barcelona

Barcelona’s origins go back to the 1st century BC, between 15-10 BC. That was when Emperor Augustus founded the Iulia Augusta Faventia Paterna Barcino colony. The city’s Roman past has left its mark on modern Barcelona. The Barcelona History Museum’s suggested a walk through Roman Barcelona: Barcino. Barcino was surrounded by a city wall with […]


Mercat de Mercats in Barcelona

Mercat de Mercats (‘Market of Markets’) is a gastronomy fair which exhibits producers of food and wine from all over Catalonia. The fair will be installed in front of Barcelona Cathedral, where you can taste amazing tapas created especially for the occasion, along with wines and cavas from local producers. 40 market stalls, 39 local […]


La Castanyada in Barcelona

1st November in Barcelona is celebrated ‘’La Castanyada’’, a catalan tradition. Also known as ‘All Saints Day’’. “La Castanyada” means chestnut time. The tradition is to eat roasted chestnuts (“castanyes”), sweet potatoes and panellets. The most traditional drink is Moscatell, a sweet wine that accompanies the typical food. Chestnuts and sweet potatoes are sold on street […]


Cemeteries Routes in Barcelona

The Cemeteries Route has been designed as an informative and cultural project and aims to satisfy a range of interests among citizens. It is organised into different thematic routes which cover historic and artistic aspects, as well as revealing the rich anecdotes conserved within these sites. The Cemeteries Route was initiated in June 2004 with […]


International Walk of Barcelona 2014

The International Walk of Barcelona celebrates next 11th and 12th October 2014. You could enjoy very interesting routes of 20 and 30km (+/- 1Km) that will let you discover the amazing city of Barcelona. Everybody can participate in this walk by the city of Barcelona and the surrounding area. All the routes combine urban and […]


46 Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival in Barcelona

The 46th Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival of Barcelona is here with performances that as always, offer all kinds of styles. A magnificent programme with top class performers such as Diana Krall who will open the festival next 10th October, Jaques Morelenbaum Cello Samba Trio, Vicente Amigo, Wayne Shorter Quartet, Orquestra Jazz Matosinhos with Kurt Rosenwinkel, […]


103è Concurs de Salts Internacional de Barcelona Sports

For the second year running, the CSIO Barcelona will be hosting the great finale of the Furisiyya FEI Nations CupTM, the most important jumping competition on the international sporting calendar which will have the highest-ever amount in prize money.  For four days, 11 competitions will be held on the Olympic jumping arena at the Real […]