From November 19th – 30th, the 5th Annual Docfield Documentary Photography Festival offers extensive programming all over Barcelona.
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The fair that has become a reference for both sports lovers and companies in the sector will be back in Barcelona from the 22nd to the 24th of September: Arnold Classic Europe.
The grand finale of the Mercè, Barcelona’s biggest festival, is a 30-minute display of fireworks, music, and the magical fountains of Montjuïc.
Barcelona isn’t afraid. “Fear will not prevail. We shall walk down La Rambla again and do so freely, with love for our city and life.” These words conclude the official statement that the Mayor, Ada Colau, read out at the extraordinary session of the Full City Council to condemn the attack and show solidarity […]
From August 15th – 21st, the neighborhood of Gràcia bedecks its charming streets to host the Fiesta Mayor, one of the city’s most popular and highly anticipated parties.
Discover the magic of a great outdoor evening at Barcelona’s Fabra Observatory, where you can enjoy a magnificent dinner staring at the stars.
Next July 29th the colour party will return to Barcelona, the Holi Festival Of Colours, which will be accompanied by electronic music by the most outstanding DJs and performers on the international scene.
Pride Barcelona is raring to go! What began as a one-day celebration of International Gay Pride Day ten years ago is now a full-fledged, 12-day festival featuring workshops, races, exhibits, films, and parties. Lots of parties! From June 28th through July 9th, over 250,000 are expected to join in the festivities of the fun-filled event, […]
Tourists who come to visit Barcelona during the month of June might see some rather unusual sights in the city’s public plazas. This is not the start of a revolution, but rather the city’s routine preparations for one of its most magical nights, la verbena de San Juan. This popular festival, which marks the summer […]
On Saturday, May 20, the museums of Barcelona will open their doors for free until 1 am to celebrate a new edition of the Long Night of Museums.