Matches found 17 result/s from browsing from "Seasonal"Modify your search
The Catalan Pyrenees are just two to four hours away from the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona. Their snow-clad picture-postcard landscape is a haven for lovers of snowboarding, Alpine and Nordic skiing, night skiing, snowshoeing, dog sleds, horse-drawn sleighs, snowmobiles, or, in a nutshell, snow addicts!
Barcelona is the city of contrasts. It is not big in comparison with different capital city, but very dynamic and international, calm but also very active. It has everything: beautiful architecture, cultural events, sea and finally I saw mountains with snow near Barcelona and decided that this is the best city in the world!
Literature and Barcelona are the stars of their own love story. A good number of writers have set their novels in the city or have moved there to pursue their literary careers. Do you want to follow in their footsteps and discover their legacies? If so, our literary trails are the perfect plan. Do you want to turn the page?
If you're thinking of heading to Barcelona for a break in September, there are five key dates on the calendar when the city opens its doors and celebrates its festivals in style. The Catalan capital dresses up for the occasion to pay tribute to the Mare de Déu de la Mercè, patron saint of Barcelona since 1687.
In summer, in June and September, Barcelona's former villages host their neighbourhood festivals. They are the perfect excuse to visit the city and lose yourself in its districts that are dressed up to the nines. The Sants Festival keeps alive the spirit of a major festival that used to be held in honour of Saint Bartholomew, the patron saint of the former village of Sants.
If you start to hear fire crackers going off and see bonfires blazing on the night of 23rd June, don't worry; you're about to discover the most magical night of the year.
There's one day every year when travellers and visitors to Barcelona feel like they're on another planet. This is a day when Barcelona is suffused with a different atmosphere and it seems that everybody heads to the streets. So if you're planning on coming to Barcelona and your visit coincides with 23rd April, you're in luck! You'll experience the city on what is arguably the Barcelonians' most cherished day.
The summer solstice festival, known as the "baixada de falles", brings together fire, tradition, music and a party atmosphere. Find out everything about this magical celebration… and experience it with the locals!
Transporting timber as a raft. The time-honoured tradition of the rafters, or "raiers", was, for many years, a river-based activity in the Pyrenees that is still commemorated today with a special festival. It will leave you amazed!
The rose and the book are the centrepieces of the image created by the illustrator Magoz for Sant Jordi 2019. This is a new Turisme de Barcelona initiative that will feature a guest artist from a different country every year. Discover the true meaning of this day through the eyes of the Catalan designer.
Turisme de Barcelona gives you the chance to give someone a solidarity rose designed by the illustrator Cinta Arribas, which will also include a donation to Barcelona's Hospital Clínic.
You may be also interested
from 27,00 € from 5,00 €
- Skip the line!
from 35,00 €
- Skip the line!
from 21,00 €
- Skip the line!
from 13,00 €
from 14,67 €
from 16,20 € from 33,45 €