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Unique Christmas Gifts in Barcelona

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We’ve officially entered the holiday season, Barcelona is starting to come alive with Christmas markets, lights, and decorations. As Christmas is rapidly approaching its time to get started on your Christmas shopping. whether for your family or friends a lot of ...

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Sónar festival Barcelona

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Barcelona’s 26st International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Art, Sónar, will be held from the 18th until the 20th July 2019. At the Sónar festival your ears will be pleased with the sounds of the newest electronic music ...

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Primavera Sound Festival Barcelona

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The Primavera Sound Festival of 2019 will be held next year from the 30th May to the 1st June at Parc del Forum in Barcelona. Yet again another perfect opportunity for the festival lovers among us! You really should not miss ...

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The Annual Mobile World Congress 2019

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Barcelona once again brings together entrepreneurs and leaders in the mobile communications industry to the 2019 Mobile World Congress this February. The annual event is the world’s most renowned mobile industry network, providing new business opportunities and showcasing innovations in mobile-related ...

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AbroadFest Barcelona

AbroadFest

AbroadFest Barcelona is a festival organized every year in Barcelona in order to bring to both international and domestic students the high-quality music from the DJ´s around the whole world. DJ´s mostly from America will come to Barcelona to bring ...

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World Press Photo Barcelona

World Press Photo

World Press Photo is an international photo contest with a deep idea of showing the most powerful and meaningful photos taken around the whole world. The idea of the contest was created in 1955 by a group of Dutch photographers. ...

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Barcelona Jazz Festival

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History This event is not new, in fact, it was born in 1966. The first edition of the Barcelona International Jazz Festival opened with a concert by Dave Brubeck and his quartet on November 3, 1966. Since then, the festival ...

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Jamboree Jazz Club Barcelona!

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This fabulous club located directly at Plaza Reial next to Las Ramblas is the place not only to experience unforgettable party-night but also live Jazz in the evening. The club founded by the 60s, reminds its interior a cellar with brick ...

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Mecal International Film Festival Barcelona

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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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Oktoberfest Barcelona

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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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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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Where to Stay near Palau Sant Jordi

Palau Sant Jordi

Palau Sant Jordi is known for several things. Although the stadium is a sports arena, it has witnessed several huge artists such as Beyonce and Maluma. Palau Sant Jordi was designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki for the 1992 Olympic ...

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