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Mecal International Film Festival Barcelona

mecal

The annual Mecal Festival Barcelona (a major international short and animation film festival) is celebrated every spring in the time around March and in 2018 was opened its 20th season! Mecal is one of the most important film events in Spain. ...

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Gava – Catalan Coast and Heritage

Gava

The story of Gava begins six thousand years ago, during a time in which humans were just starting to cultivate the land to survive. The mines of Gava are some of the oldest on the continent. They were explored for ...

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How to Celebrate Halloween in Barcelona

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So you’ve found yourself in Barcelona this Halloween, well let’s start with what you should know. Halloween is celebrated differently in Spain, it is a two-day event; on the 31st of October you’ll find all the costumes and crazy parties and on ...

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Halloween in Barcelona

James LouisK. Stevenson

On Wednesday 31st of October, Halloween in Barcelona starts. Many people will be dressed up in scary costumes and the weekend is most likely best experience to wear one (everyone parties harder in a special outfit!). If you need some ...

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Los Búnkers del Carmel de Barcelona

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In Barcelona, there are countless places of interest, historic monuments or buildings known all over the world. These places are a must for those who decide to visit Barcelona. In addition to these popular sites, there are some amazing places ...

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History of Bacardi in Sitges

History of Bacardi in Sitges

Bacardi is the largest spirits brand in the world that is private and family owned. It was founded 1862 in Santiago de Cuba as a rum distillery and today it owns over 200 brands and labels. Few people know that ...

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The Romantic Museum Can Llopis

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The Museu Romàntic is located in the former Casa Llopis, built in 1793 outside the walls of the medieval town and is less than 40 km from Barcelona. For many years it was one of the most impressive stately homes ...

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Oktoberfest Barcelona

OKTOBERFEST

Oktoberfest is originally an event held in Munich, Germany and it’s known as the biggest and most productive people’s fair on Earth! Six million people go and consume about seven million liters of beer in an event which usually lasts ...

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La Mercè Festival: 5 Must-See Events

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La Mercè Festival is the biggest festival of the year in Barcelona. Signifying the end of the summer, the party goes on for four whole days, starting on 21th of September and ending on 24th, which is the actual a day of ...

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La Mercè Festival 2018 in Barcelona

James& Katie (15)

Every year close to the end of September Barcelona holds its largest street party, the La Mercè Festival in Barcelona. All around the city you will explore the big festival with fire runs, giant people, human towers, dragons and more. ...

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Carnival of Sitges

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The religious holiday Carnival is celebrated all around the world. Carnival is when you have the last chance to be naughty before lent. The Carnival of Sitges is one of the most popular ones in Catalonia. Its history is over ...

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Barcelona Apartments for Sightseeing Lovers

Tibidabo – A Magical Spot above Barcelona (18)

Everybody knows that Barcelona is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations attracting millions upon millions of visitors each year. With Sagrada Família, Park Güell or all of the historical spots located in Barri Gòtic, there’s no wonder, right? ...

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