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  • Tapantoni

    Tapantoni

    We're looking forward to welcoming you to Tapantoni, the tapas trail in Barcelona's Sant Antoni neighbourhood. This year's event, which runs from 15th october to 14th November, will offer you tapas and small tasting platters at competitive prices (3.50€) and special menus for 25€ (It's necessary to book them in advance).

    This year's edition of Tapantoni de tardor is dedicated to Catalan wine and most of the gastronomic proposals are accompanied by a DO Catalunya wine. Thanks to the collaboration of INCAVI, the Tapantoni will be one of the activities promoted within the framework of the Catalan Wine Week, which is held from 18 to 24 October.

    The shops and services in Sant Antoni, which make up the retail association Sant Antoni Comerç, invite you to discover the retail offer and services in this central district of the city of Barcelona and to enjoy the culinary delights of the bars and restaurants taking part in the Tapantoni de tardor.

    Bon appétit and happy shopping in Sant Antoni!

  • A zerocost cultural afternoon

    A zerocost cultural afternoon

    On Sunday in Barcelona most ticket-office staff seem to have part of the day off, so you won't have to buy tickets for most main museums. The only thing to remember is this rule only applies after 3pm or all day on the first Sunday in the month. That's right! You can enjoy the top museums without paying a penny… surely one of the best deals in town.

  • Three city squares for a peaceful Sunday

    Three city squares for a peaceful Sunday

    City squares, particularly in Barcelona, are a meeting point, the focus of city life that gauge the mood of its residents. Spending a Sunday exploring the city's squares can be a great way to discover the city.

  • Sants Festival how to become one of the locals

    Sants Festival how to become one of the locals

    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.

  • Alfresco Barcelona

    Alfresco Barcelona

    Barcelona is Mediterranean, green and blue, and the perfect place to explore in the open air. Summer is the time to enjoy yourself to the full and make the most of Barcelona while you enjoy all the things to do and the different places where you can experience the city alfresco.

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