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Catalan traditions for All Saints Day in Barcelona

Catalan traditions for All Saints Day in Barcelona

Catalan traditions for All Saints Day in Barcelona For a proper authentic Catalan experience during the long weekend of November 1st, forget about Halloween. The Catalan traditions for All Saints Day in Barcelona differ from the Celtic customs and neither pumpkin nor fancy dress is involved. However, get ready to put on some more kilos which will be very welcome…

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Best tips for enjoying Sant Jordi in Barcelona

Best tips for enjoying Sant Jordi in Barcelona

Being the patron saint of Catalonia, Sant Jordi or Saint George is one of the most festive days of the region. If you happen to be in Barcelona during the 23rd of May you will be lucky to take part in one of the various very special events proper to the Catalan culture and customs. On Sant Jordi’s day the…

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Holy Week and Easter celebrations in Barcelona

Holy Week and Easter celebrations in Barcelona

Travelling in Spain and Barcelona during Easter is an excellent opportunity to discover the country and the city with a different aspect. The scenery starts changing with the arrival of spring and families gather with their relatives to perpetuate this ancient Christian tradition which celebrates the Christ’s passion, death and resurrection. This article will offer you various tips to make…

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Information about the Carnival in Barcelona

Carnival in Barcelona

Information about the Carnival in Barcelona Barcelona is ready for the party   February can be known as a quiet winter month with, in some parts of the world, snow and cold weather. But at least one major event in this month puts a beam of everybody’s face: it’s Carnival! This year is occurs from the 28th Februrary to the…

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surprising unusual Catalan Barcelona traditions

Surprising Catalan traditions

Surprising unusual Catalan Barcelona traditions Catalonia is a region with a very important cultural heritage that you will not be tired of discovering during your stay… We think then of museums, architecture or even gastronomy, but do not forget especially the traditions that occupy a place of choice! Whether you have decided to visit the Catalan capital, Barcelona or any…

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