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Festival de Flamenco

When May comes around, it's time to get those feet tapping the floors of Barcelona during the Festival de Flamenco de Ciutat Vella. This Flamenco festival bursts with dance and music. The Flamenco originates from Southern Spain, but there's still ple...

FC Barcelona

Attending a football match is a fantastic experience even if you're not a football fan. With 120,000 seats, the stadium is the biggest in the world, even though safety considerations prevent all of them being used. It's not difficult to buy a ticket,...

Verbena de Sant Joan

The shortest night of the year is celebrated on 23 June. During the day there's a huge street party featuring colourfully decorated streets, traditional parades, beauty contests, concerts and cultural markets. Quantities of wine and Coca (a special c...

Sonar

Sonar is an annual international music festival in the southern part of the city. Thousands of people congregate here for three days and three nights. DJ sets, concerts, conferences, design, museums and art are all promoted at three festival location...

Primavera Sound

For music lovers, this festival is highly recommended. If you have seen all festivals already, and you are planning to go to Barcelona anyway, this might be a nice event is combination with a city trip. Yearly, hundreds of artists come to Barcelona b...

La Diada de Sant Jordi

Fancy celebrating Valentine's day twice in one year? You can, if you're in Barcelona on 23 April. La Diada de Sant Jordi is known as the Spanish Valentine's day. It's not an official public holiday, but many locals take the day off. According to trad...

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