Sant Jordi is considered one of the biggest festivities in Catalonia and during this day, Barcelona becomes a great flower and bookstore. Discover what to do for Sant Jordi and its history, Hola Barcelona takes you there.
Carnival is considered one of the most representative festivities of our culture and Barcelona welcomes this tradition hosting many activities from Thursday 16th to Wednesday 22nd of February. Hola Barcelona takes you there!
Barcelona has 73 neighborhoods, each of them with particularities that make them special and, all together, make up the city's identity. Interestingly, there are two that have a fact that unites them: the neighborhoods of Sant Antoni and Sant Andreu and their major festival of Els Tres Tombs. We explain the main features of the celebration, as well as some of the most emblematic places in these two neighborhoods. Hola Barcelona takes you!
Catalan society has been evolving and so have the rooms that host live music, events and all kinds of acts. However, some of the oldest and most characteristic rooms in the city still remain. Discover which are the most emblematic and curiosities that characterize them. Hola Barcelona takes you!
The countdown for Christmas has already begun and Barcelona offers all kinds of activities for all audiences for this special time of the year. If you want to discover plans, places and events around the city during these dates, we propose a series of plans that you cannot miss. Hola Barcelona takes you!
The Castanyada and Halloween are two traditions that coexist on the eve of All Saints. Find out what plans the city has been cooking for this festive season and how to arrive there. Hola Barcelona takes you!
Two of the most well-known festivities in the city are back: the Festa Major de Gràcia and the Festa de Sants. Discover all its features and how to get there. The tradition of summers in Barcelona is to jump back and forth and rest for a few days before La Mercè, Barcelona's main festival arrives. Hola Barcelona takes you!
Once again, the craziest celebration is here. After an edition marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, this year, Their Majesties will be back on the streets with an Arribo created by the Comediants theatrical company. The festival starts on Maundy Thursday, 24 February, with around thirty activities, and ends on Ash Wednesday, 2 March, with the Burial of the Sardine.
Well into October, Catalonia takes on a very special smell when the chestnuts start being sold on the street. Their crackling while they’re being roasted and the orange colour of the sweet potatoes are part of the autumn landscape of towns and cities.