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The castellers is a typical activity of Catalan popular culture
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!
The Barceloneta area stands out for having the perfect combination: beach, restaurants and leisure
Discover the best areas of Barcelona with the best atmosphere to enjoy the summer temperaturas and the nice weather, Hola Barcelona takes you!
Barcelona lit at night / Photo: Bearfotos via Freepik
After two summers without it, the Barcelona Night Tour Bus is coming back, which will let you visit the city and its most emblematic places at night. Do not miss it and book your ticket through Hola Barcelona.
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.
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.
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.
One of the streets in El Raval / Photo: TMB
El Raval is one of the oldest and most picturesque neighbourhoods in Barcelona. Located in the Ciutat Vella district, it was surrounded by the city walls until 1859 and is currently bordered by Las Ramblas, Carrer Pelai, Ronda Sant Antoni, Carrer de Sant Pere and Paral-lel. Its history is a blend of agricultural activity and the first industries in Barcelona. Today, the revitalised and multicultural neighbourhood combines a selection of leisure venues with the city's most modern museums.
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?