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Fireworks at Avinguda Maria Cristina for New Year's Eve
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 harvesting of wine grapes is one of the initial steps for the production of wine
Catalonia is a land of wines with a lot of history and deep-rooted tradition. Do you think you know the peculiarities, characteristics and historical curiosities about Catalan wine? Discover more! Hola Barcelona takes you.
The chestnut stalls that fill the streets of Catalonia are typical during the festivities of this time / Photo: FrancescoPaggiaro via Pexels
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!
DJ at Sónar Festival
Year after year, with the arrival of good weather, Barcelona is decked out to host major live music festivals and this year they will be marked by the return to normality after the pandemic.
View of Casa Batlló from Diagonal Avenue
You have planned a five-day trip to Barcelona. It’s time enough to explore the city and discover its attractions. Plan your visit well so that you don’t miss anything of interest. We will help you choose.
Panoramic view of the Plaça Reial of Barcelona
Spring marks the arrival of Sant Jordi’s Day, an excellent excuse to discover (or rediscover) different literary and poetic settings in Barcelona. Walk through our city and move around with public transport feeling like a character from a novel!
Close-up of hats inside a shop/ Photo: Artem Beliaikin Unplash
Since its beginning, Barcelona has been a commercial city. Emblematic establishments with over 100 years of history, shopping centres, department stores and small local craft stores coexist on its streets.
Barcelona skyline
Barcelona is a city built between seven hills and the sea. This orography makes it possible to enjoy a surprising variety of sunsets from the beach to the mountains, without forgetting the most urban ones. Here, we’ll tell you about the best lookouts to enjoy these last sunrays.
Parc Güell / Autor: MarinaD_37
You have three days in Barcelona, it’s a good plan and you’ll have time to get to know the city and have great memories from this trip. It’s a comfortable city, and it’s easy to get around thanks to a wide and complete public transport network. The Hola Barcelona Travel Card will guide you and help you experience the city to the fullest during your visit. This pass offers you unlimited trips on public transport for three consecutive days (72h) from the first validation. Plan your visit well, check the guide to see Barcelona in three days, and discover the secret of the city’s success.
10 secrets of Barcelona you didn’t know
Barcelona still keeps some secrets reserved only for the most intrepid travellers. Some of them are found in the heart of Barcelona and others in little-known corners. Whatever their location, we recommend getting around with your Hola Barcelona Travel Card. Are you ready to discover them?