With the arrival of the King Carnival, for a few days, or weeks, depending on the place, a single rule will be established: There are no rules. The streets of Barcelona will fill with color, joy and debauchery to celebrate one of the most fun parties of the year.
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With the arrival of the month of February, love just seems to be in the air, and Barcelona becomes the perfect backdrop for celebrating it.
Next Friday 27th of January, at 4:30 p.m, the Moll de la Marina at Olympic Port of Barcelona, will host the start of the ‘Rallye Montecarlo Historique’. The start from Barcelona will be the second most important of the seven cities from where this mythical test of regularity for classics will begin, in total it gathers […]
From January 30th through February 3rd, Barcelona will host the 19th annual 080 Barcelona Fashion Week at the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya.
The Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia, known simply as the Sagrada Familia, is undoubtedly the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí, and the greatest exponent of Catalan modernist architecture. Not only is it one of the most visited monuments in Spain, next to the Prado Museum and the Alhambra in Granada, and the most visited church […]
In order to take care of and improve respect for the environment at all levels of the production scale, NN Hotels joined, a few months ago, to the philosophy of environmental respect Barcelona Green.
Barcelona will celebrate on January 5 its traditional Three Wise Men Day Parade, a party that is repeated every year since 1940, to offer a great welcome to their Majesties the Three Kings.
New Year’s Eve, Old Year’s Day, the last day of the year… It goes by many names, but the night of December 31st only asks one thing of us before giving us the gift of 365 new days of good luck: a true celebration!
Every December 28, is celebrated, both in Spain and in some countries of Latin America, the Feast of the Holy Innocents.
The traditional Nativity of the Plaza de Sant Jaume can be visited until next January 8. This year nine transparent spheres will represent different Christmas scenes.