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  • European Balloon Festival

    European Balloon Festival

    The European Balloon Festival in Igualada is the biggest gathering of hot air balloons in Spain and welcomes around 25,000 visitors over four days in July. It's a show, a competition and a festival in one, with more than 50 balloons taking to the air on each of the four days. Flights take place early in the morning and at dusk, when conditions are ideal and balloon rides can be booked in advance, but there's plenty to see from ground level, whether it's the different skill challenges in the competition or the magical Night Glow event, in which balloons are fired up but held down, glowing like lanterns, accompanied by a fireworks display.

  • 33rd European Water Polo Championship

    33rd European Water Polo Championship

    Barcelona is once again welcoming international water polo, this time with a major event in mid-July that will bring together Europe's top 16 men's teams and the 12 leading female ones at the Bernat Picornell swimming pools. It is the first time that Barcelona will have hosted the European Championships for this discipline, which is celebrating its 33rd edition.
    With direct television coverage guaranteed for 85% of the games and a venue capacity of just over 4,000, the tournament, held at the halfway point towards the Tokyo Olympics, is shaping up to be one the year's greatest sporting events for Barcelona.
    Spain's women's team, currently ranked number two in the world, will be one of the hot favorites along with Hungary, Italy and Russia.

  • Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix

    Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix

    Those loud engines are getting ready to rev once more at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. On 11th, 12th y 13th May, Barcelona will be hosting the fifth event of the F1 Championship Season. One of the biggest sporting dates on the city's yearly calendar, and the greatest opportunity to see the drivers and teams, who are the exponents of one of the most thrilling sports in the world, live and in the flesh.

  • FIA World Rallycross Barcelona

    FIA World Rallycross Barcelona

    Over the weekend of 14th and 15th April, petrol heads will be able to enjoy the first round of the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship. A sporting fixture featuring more than 80 different races on a track covering a distance of nearly 1 kilometre and famous drivers of the calibre of Petter Solberg, Mattias Ekström and Sébastien Loeb.
    Rev up your engines for the high-octane entertainment brought to you by RallyCross, a mind-blowing sport combining tarmac, dirt tracks and speed. Adrenaline-fuelled thrills and risks on every bend. Don't miss it!

  • 98 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya

    98 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya

    On 25 March, the Hill of Montjuïc will become the setting for the final stage of the 98th edition of the Volta a Catalunya cycle race. It is a circular circuit to conclude a competition that will start on 19 March in Calella with 175 riders and 25 teams taking part. This year, as a new element, the Volta a Catalunya will include a section for women that will take place on the last day on the classic Montjuïc course, the scores from which will count towards the Women's Catalan Cup.

  • Fast & Furious Live

    Fast & Furious Live

    After its world premiere in London, the tour of Fast & Furious Live is coming to Barcelona to perform this unique extravaganza. So get ready to enjoy the excitement and adrenalin of this franchise aimed at lovers of speed.
    This unprecedented show reproduces the most jaw-dropping high-risk scenes from the films, thanks to authentic digital projections and state-of-the-art physical obstacles.
    Precision driving, acrobatic stunts that defy the laws of physics; in short, full on action at top speed!

  • City of snow and ice. Beijing

    City of snow and ice. Beijing

    From its origin, in the year 1896 until today Olympic Games have been celebrated anywhere in the world. The exhibition "City of snow and ice. Beijing"commemorates the 10th anniversary of the celebration of the XXIX Summer Olympic Games in the Chinese city of Beijing in 2008 and aims to disseminate the celebration of the XXIV Winter Olympic Games in the city in 2022.
    This exhibition has been organized by the Foundation for the Development of the Olympic City of Beijing and the Samaranch Foundation with the collaboration of the Fundació Barcelona Olímpica.

  • 40a Cursa El Corte Inglés

    40a Cursa El Corte Inglés

    The Corte Inglés Race celebrates its 40th anniversary in the customary public-spiritedness that has consolidated it year on year as a prime example of solidarity and equality.
    As is now usual over the last editions, the participants will run along the main streets of Barcelona following the traditional 10.776 km circuit . It is a route certified by the Catalan Athletics Federation which traditionally passes right through the Olympic Stadium of Montjuïc.
    Since 1986, the El Corte Inglés Race has partnered with another organization to boost the solidarity aspect of the event. In this 40th edition, the collaborating non-profit entity is Pallapupas (pallapupas.org).

  • Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport Joan A. Samaranch

    Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport Joan A. Samaranch

    Barcelona has become the first major European city with its own Olympics museum, the Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport. The museum is located on Montjuïc hill, and offers a unique experience of the Olympic movement and sport. The city's passion to sports reached its pinnacle with 1992 Barcelona's Olympics.

  • Sea tours

    Sea tours

    Barcelona is a city that loves the sea and the amenities provided by its 4.5 km of beaches. A maiden voyage on a yacht, a pleasure cruise on one of the traditional “Golondrinas” or a sail on a modern catamaran are just some of the tours you can take part in if you want to enjoy vistas of Barcelona from the sea.

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