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Barcelona Declares Climate Emergency

«Barcelona has decided to take action.» That is how adamant Ada Colau was shown last night during the Barcelona climate emergency declaration. The Catalan capital has joined in this way to other cities in the world that have decided to promote actions to reduce annual tons of CO2. The session already leads forceful actions against […]

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The Fascinating Myths of Mermaids

The sea has been for thousands of years an inexhaustible source of myths, beliefs and creations that have forged our culture and our collective identity. The fishermen, the navigators, all those who went into the dangers and secrets of the sea, always did it with a mixture of adventure, fear and respect for an aquatic […]

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Kings Parade

Their majesties, the kings Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar, accompanied by their royal pages and postmen, will arrive in Barcelona aboard the Santa Eulalia pailebote after crossing the Mediterranean from the distant lands of the East. They will do it at 4 p.m. on January 5, stopping at the Moll de la Fusta. As every year, […]

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Merry Christmas Smilers

One of the real joys of the holidays is the opportunity to say thank you to the ones that matter. Thank you so much for being part of another successful year! Hope you have a bright 2020! SMILE

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Mapping La llum de Sant Pau

In the Modernist Enclosure of Sant Pau they celebrate Christmas one more year with the mapping ‘La luz de Sant Pau’, a light show that wants to be a bridge between heaven and earth; A moment to celebrate that the days begin to lengthen, the sun comes before the night and nature prepares to be […]

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Fira de Santa Llúcia

It is the largest and oldest Christmas market (1786) in Barcelona. It is located in front of the Cathedral of Barcelona, in the Gothic quarter. 300 stalls, selling all manner of handcrafted Christmas decorations and gifts, along with mistletoe and Christmas trees. It is a magical place that surrounds you with its Christmas atmosphere and […]

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Christmas lights in Passeig de Gràcia

It is one of the most important and active shopping streets in the city. The Nit del Passeig de Gràcia, proves to be the best commercial destination for both locals and tourists. This year the Christmas lighting comes with impressive, bright and animal theme. 150 butterflies of crystalline material and 355 strips of light will […]

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Time to Eat Fest

A gastronomic festival where all the ingredients of all the dishes will be products of Catalonia. The Ministry of Agriculture Ramaderia i Pesca together with Time Out Barcelona, Estrella Damm and other collaborating companies are organizing the first edition of Time to Eat, on November 30th at the Maritime Museum of Barcelona. The festival will […]

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IN-EDIT Barcelona

IN-EDIT is an international network of film festivals related to musical documentary. Since its creation in 2003, IN-EDIT has organized 36 editions in different countries of the world, exhibiting more than 600 musical documentaries and mobilizing more than 80,000 spectators. IN-EDIT is also a cultural dissemination platform specialized in musical documentary and other audiovisual genres […]

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Mercat de Mercats 2019

The Mercat de Mercats is an open food fair showcases quality, local products from Barcelona’s markets. In the tenth edition of this ‘Market of Markets’, you’ll find 14 stalls representing municipal markets from around the city that show off their products and, as in previous editions, you’ll also find a good representation of products from […]

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