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!
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.
Throughout Barcelona's history, the two events that should be highlighted and made the city a European referent: the 1888 Universal Exposition and years after, in 1929, Barcelona International Exposition. Find out what they meant for Barcelona and its people and what is left today. Don't miss it, Hola Barcelona takes you!
The Gothic Quarter is Barcelona's old town and is the living image of all the civilizations that have passed through the city during the last thousands of years. Come and discover the roman and medieval streets, Hola Barcelona takes you!
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!
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?