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Picasso and Reventós

The “Picasso and Reventós”  new exhibition at Picasso Museum. It celebrates the friendship between Pablo Picasso and this Barcelonian family over almost a century. Pablo Picasso was introduced to the brothers Ramon and Jacint Reventós Bordoy in 1899. The artist’s close relationship with both brothers, with periods of greater or lesser contact, continued to the […]


New Magic Fountain Show Times

Magic Fountain WINTER opening times from October to end March . Fridays and Saturdays ONLY from 7pm to 9pm.  The Magic Fountain include representative excerpts dedicated to great jazz musicians such as Édith Piaf, Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra, in its traditional lights, colour, water and music show. This special programme is the result of […]


Miró and the object

‘Miró i l’objecte’ [Miró and the object] looks at how the artist’s work evolved from the pictorial representation of the object to its physical incorporation into his work via collage techniques and assembly to later move on to explore new techniques such as ceramics and sculpture.   This first monographic exhibition explores the role of […]


In-Edit Beefeater Festival 2015 in Barcelona

A documentary about DaftPunk kicks off the 13th edition of the In-Edit music documentary festival. This year’s event includes works about the life and work of personalities such as Chavela Vargas and The Damned. Also in the offing are films about the singer-songwriter Miguel Poveda and works such as They Will Have to Kill Us […]


Friday belongs to Plaza del Rei

There are many reasons a walk through Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter would leave one spellbound. Its narrow cobblestone alleys so full of history, its unique plazas, and the haunting architecture of its palaces and churches make this neighborhood totally enchanting. And if you take a stroll on a Friday night, the surprise and charm will be […]


Weekend: The chestnut fest is here!

This weekend is characterised by gastronomy, with the chestnut fest packing the city with thirty chestnut and sweet potato stalls and cake shops brimming with a vast array of panellets. Why do we celebrate All Saints’ Day? Whereabouts in the city are chestnut and sweet potato stalls located? What are the opening hours for cemeteries […]

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La Castanyada: Halloween in Barcelona

On November 1st all over Catalonia, and especially in Barcelona, you can take part in one of the region’s most characteristic All Saints’ Day traditions: la Castanyada. The chestnut – fall’s classic symbol – plays the leading role in this festival. Enjoy Catalonia’s most traditional and seasonal dishes: chestnuts, sweet potatoes, sweet wine and panellets, small […]


Vermut & Moustaches

The Antiga Fàbrica d’Estrella Damm once again is the setting for a mission of fun and solidarity between noon and 9pm with a new edition of their Vermut Solidari.   An army of barbers ready to help you with your moustache, the best food trucks, a great line-up of DJs, family activities, a shopping corner […]


All set for the XXI Barcelona Manga Fair!

The XXI Barcelona Manga Fair, that’ll take place between October 29 and Novembre 1, 2015, in Fira Barcelona Montjuïc, continues to expand its extension and increase the number of activities it offers. This edition of the show organized by FICOMIC will take up Pavilion 1, both floors of Pavilion 2, Pavilion 4 and Univers Square. Its […]


Don’t forget to change the time!

This weekend we will have one extra hour to sleep; or to party… up to you! The time change was first introduced during the First World War, but it did not begin to generalize until 1974, when the first oil crisis forced some countries to move their clocks to make better use of sunlight and […]