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!
Nowadays, one of the best pastimes out there is listening to podcasts, as they are very useful to pass the time and learn more about a wide variety of topics. In this case, we offer you a proposal with some podcasts to learn more about the city of Barcelona and Catalan culture. Hola Barcelona takes you!
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.
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!
Barcelona is a city with a great diversity of traditions. One of them, and of great relevance, is vermouth: a drink known internationally but with a special tradition in the city. Discover its history and the best areas to enjoy it, 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!
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!
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.