Llum BCN 2017

Llum BCN

Coinciding with the Santa Eulàlia festival, Llum BCN is a celebration of light, design, art and technology. Light displays and installations take over the Gothic area in various squares, courtyards and on the facades of...

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Santa Eulàlia Festival

On the 12th February tribute is paid to the co-patron saint of Barcelona, Santa Eulàlia, also known as Laia. The festival is celebrated in typical Catalan fashion with incredible human towers, slightly creepy dancing giants and...

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Gaudí’s Hidden Gems

When you think of Barcelona Antoni Gaudí is usually top of the list, along with his iconic buildings such as the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. But here are some of Gaudí’s lesser known works...

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Street Art in Poblenou

Poblenou Reborn Poblenou is a curious part of Barcelona and often completely bypassed by tourists. It stretches along the coast from Parc de la Ciutadella up to the popular shopping centre Diagonal Mar. Once it was a heavy...

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The Barcelona Pinchos War

Barcelona has two main areas for trying tasty Pinchos, but which is best? Before we get ahead of ourselves, it is important to understand just what pinchos are. Pinchos actually come from the Basque region in Northern Spain and...

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