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Dates 2023 not yet confirmedFollowing the Catalan tradition of stands devoted to the Christmas holidays, the fair of the Sagrada Família offers many types of complements, from figures and accessories for the traditional nativity scenes to Christmas trees and various decorations. The handicrafts from different countries and by different artists also stand out. The festive atmosphere around this characteristic area of Barcelona is complemented with stands of craft foods such as torrons, cheeses, cold meats, sweets and chestnuts. This year la Fira will take place with all the health and social-distancing measures in place to guarantee the maximum safety at all its venues.
The streets of Barcelona welcome Christmas with light and colour. From November, the Christmas spirit will light up until January. The motifs of the lighting are different and varied: you will find traditional lights and also highly innovative compositions which invite you to experience and enjoy what the city is planning for these festivities.
This year's eagerly awaited Christmas lights ceremony will take place on the central Passeig de Gràcia, celebrating the bicentennial of this iconic modernist artery of the city.
The Tibidabo Amusement Park is considered one of Barcelona's most iconic landmarks. Located at one of the highest points of the city, it has been and continues to be a place of pilgrimage for families due to its varied leisure and educational possibilities.
There is something here to appeal to every member of the family. The fact that historical attractions are combined with the most up-to-date makes the Park an emotion-packed location with the added bonus of enjoying magnificent views over the entire city.
Dates 2023 not yet confirmedLa Fira de Santa Llúcia is a street market which has been held since at least 1786 in front of the Cathedral around Christmas time. You will find Christmas trees on sale there, as well as baubles, wreaths and mistletoe. However, the main attraction of this fair are the pieces used to set up the nativity scene: figurines, moss, the manger, fountains and the ineffable "caganer" that surprises us every year with new incarnations. During the Fair, there will be lots of activities and shows related to Christmas to enjoy, a tió gigante (giant man), dances and musical performances.
Dates 2023 not yet confirmedThe Spanish tradition of the Three Wise Men would not be the same without the Fair of the Three Wise Men that is organized every year along the avenue Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, between the streets of Muntaner and Rocafort. There you can find all kinds of toys, gifts, handicrafts and Christmas typical products. This year the fair will not miss its appointment with the city.
In the midst of an impassioned debate on sustainability and unchecked consumerism, one of the causes of unprecedented climate change, DrapArt is an attempt to make us view recycling not merely as a critical tool but also from a positive angle linked to art.
Created to focus on art that uses recycled materials and objects, this festival continues to strike a chord promoting emerging artists, designers, craftspeople and other creatives from around the world who reuse and recycle their raw materials.
Organised by Taller Sant Camil, an occupational center that provides care for people with intellectual disabilities, the living Nativity scene of Torre del Suro is staged every year next to the modernist building known as Torre del Suro in the district of El Guinardó, as well as inside the forest located in the back of the Casa de Repòs. In this representation, four static scenes of diverse themes are displayed and visitors discover them by following an itinerary. They depict various themes such as lost professions, traditional scenes, or biblical passages. With a very well-achieved lighting, the ambiance of these scenes creates a very interesting atmosphere. Moreover, the actors (all of them with intellectual disabilities) prepare with great enthusiasm throughout the year this life-size Nativity scene.
Where: in the vicinity of Torre del Suro
The deep-rooted tradition of nativity scenes reaches its peak in 2023 with the celebration of the XIX Biennial of the Catalan Nativity Scene. This event brings together a vast exhibition of models of various nativity scenes from all over Catalonia and also from international associations. In short, a 50-day immersion in the world of nativity scenes with free admission.
Christmas is the time of year when families get together again, a time for Christmas fairs, lights, presents and good wishes. In Barcelona, we also celebrate traditions in a different and unique way. We put together Nativity scenes, we beat a log with a smiley face, known as the tió, until gifts pop out from under him, we are visited by the home dels Nassos, or man with the noses, who has as many noses as there are days of the year, and we eat a type of nougat called turrón and tubular wafers, known as neules,... Come and discover them!
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