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BAM Festival

Experience BAM’s Music!

Spanning more than twenty years, Barcelona Acció Musical (BAM) has become, a festival renowned for discovering emerging talents from dance, electronic, rock and pop music from Catalonia and from across the globe. Marc Campillo, the founder and director of the independent label Foehn Records, has steered this ship in 2015. All BAM festival concerts are […]

Hotels amb DO

Hotels amb DO

During this week (from 14 to 20 September) will be held the 4th edition of “Catalan Wines Week“ where you can discover the most precious wines of Catalonia through wine tasting sessions with Catalan appellation in a stunning sceneries. “Hotels amb DO” offers you the possibility to taste 12 different wines. This year, as before, […]


Don Quijote’s Barcelona visit

The writer Miguel de Cervantes wrote two parts to Don Quijote. The first was published in 1605 and the second in 1615. The second book devotes 6 chapters to the city of Barcelona, where characters play out anecdotes and discovers spots which can now be visited via a tour based on the book Cervantes en Barcelona: […]


The Markets of Barcelona

Barcelona has a large network of outdoor markets that are more than just places of commerce; they’re dynamic meeting spots where you can truly delight the senses, and enjoy all sorts of fresh Mediterranean products; and they’re usually housed in buildings that reflect the city’s past and present. While Barcelona has about 40 different food […]

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Discover the tea culture in Barcelona!

Various tea shops in Barcelona offer teas from around the world as well as workshops on their origins and how to serve them. Tea is the most widely drunk beverage in the world after water and coffee. The Čaj Chai tea shop set up in the Gothic district in 2004 and has over 150 different […]


Las Ramblas: history, culture and leisure

The streets known as las Ramblas in Barcelona are perhaps the city’s most emblematic features, connecting the central Plaza Catalunya with the old port, and establishing the formal boundary between the Gothic Neighborhood and the Raval. A pleasant stroll down its approximate 1 kilometer will bring you face to face with numerous cultural points of […]


Flea Market in Barcelona!

Flea markets are a perfect place for finding little gems in the form of books, records, clothes, fashion accessories etc. Every second Sunday of the month will see such a market put up at Plaça Blanquerna, at Portal de Santa Madrona, just behind the Barcelona Maritime Museum. Schedule Period Days Hours From 1 May to […]


Modernista: Palau Mornau

Palau Mornau, a 15th century building on C/ Ample that was redesigned at the start of the 20th century by the Modernista architect Manuel Raspall, reopened in 2012 as the Hash, Marihuana and Hemp Museum of Barcelona. It was totally refurbished and you can now visit the building for the first time on the Modernisme […]


Fundació Antoni Tàpies

The Fundació Antoni Tàpies is a major international art centre and an essential visit if you want to find out everything concerning the Catalan artist’s work. However, it is also a place that is in close contact with the neighbourhood around it, through the history of the building, which used to be the head offices […]


The Sants festival

Sants is decking itself out once again for its annual festival, the festa major, which takes place this August. Local residents celebrate their traditional festival together, with street parties, workshops and lots of kids’ activities. The streets will be decorated, as they are every year, for the traditional decoration competition, with a prize for the […]