Top things to do at Christmas 2014 in Barcelona

HOW TO SPEND CHRISTMAS IN BARCELONA?

Like many places in the world, during Christmas, Barcelona is full of lights, decorations and energy to celebrate the most magical holiday of the year. The vibe and traditions here are unique, exciting and fun, which you will never forget. The weather in Barcelona during this time is around 10-15 degrees, which is cold but not freezing so you can still definitely go out and enjoy the festive atmosphere through  tons of activities. And SuiteLife would love nothing more than to share with you in our blog “Top things to do at Christmas in Barcelona 2014″.

Christmas in Barcelona

Christmas market and shopping

Fira de Santa Lucia Christmas Market

Christmas in BarcelonaThis is the most well-known and largest outdoor Christmas market in Barcelona. It celebrates its 228 anniversary this year (1786-2014). The market is opened in front of Catedral de Barcelona in the Gothic quarter from 30th November 2014 to Monday 23rd 2014. With 287 market stalls, you can easily find traditional items for example the famous el Caganer (the pooper), Christmas Caga Tio (a smiley face log), moss, Christmas trees and other handicrafts.

 

 

Fira de Nadal a la Sagrada Familia

From 29th November to 23th December, in front of the famous Sagrada Familia, there are around 120 stalls selling traditional Christmas items. On two Saturdays from 6pm to 8pm, Santa Claus will collect letters from children and hand out balloons and cookies.

Christmas lights

“Els llums de Nadal” is the Spanish name for Christmas lights in Barcelona. It will be switched on 29th November at 17:45 by the Mayor of Barcelona. The ceremony is held Plaza Catalunya. The lights will be on until 6th January at almost 400 locations on Barcelona’s streets and the illuminations cover a total distance of around 85km.

Christmas lights Barcelona

Magic Fountain

In December, on Fridays and Saturdays, there are special Christmas water and music shows between 19:00 to 21:00. There will be additional sessions on 25th ,27th, 31th December as well as 1st and 5st January.

If you are curious about New Year’s Eve 2015 in Barcelona, check out our new blog: New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015

Christmas in Barcelona

 

Pessebre in Plaça Sant Jaume

In Barcelona, nativity scenes play an important role in Christmas traditions. It is called as “Pessebre” in Catalan. You can find many different nativities in Barcelona, mostly on plazas and in churches. But among all of them, the most impressive nativity scene in Barcelona is the one in Plaça Sant Jaume which attracts thousands of locals all eager to see what has been created this year. The production of the crib is changed from year to year. In recent years, both traditional and contemporary styles are applied, but always with the familiar characters of the Holy Family, shepherds, Three Kings and angels,…You also can see the caganer, an elf or a gnome-like figurine who will be found in the scene, crouching down to defecate. It is quite a strange and unique tradition in Catalonia. This tradition means that the caganer drops his britches to “fertilize the Earth”. The fellow is believed to bring good luck.

Christmas in Barcelona 2014

Eating out

Barcelona is always famous for its outdoor activities, nightlife and amazing food scene.  The typical Christmas dish is “Escudella i carn d’olla”. This is a bowl of pasta shells “galets” in a meat and vegetable stew or soup.  Another dish is the “carn d’olla” which is a meat dish of stuffed capon or turkey. About dessert, the typical  ” Turrón” is on sale at Christmas markets and supermarkets in Barcelona. It is nougat made with almonds, hazelnuts and honey. “El Pa de Nadal” is Christmas bread in Barcelona and is sold all over the city. During Christmas, a lot of restaurants in Barcelona serve Christmas menus, which you can check on this link from bcnrestaurantes.

Christmas in Barcelona

If you have any other suggestions about how to enjoy Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Barcelona, don’t hesitate to comment below.

So, this is probably our last blog of this year. We hope you have an amazing holiday season and New Year’s Eve ! See you in 2015 !

~Trang

 

New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015 – best venues in the city!

What to do for New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2014-2015

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

 

Hello everyone! As promised before in the blog about Events in Barcelona in December 2014, the blog about New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015 has finally come out with the ultimate purpose of providing you with some hints & tips on where you should go and what you should do to have an unforgettable experience during the night between the years! New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015 should be something memorable for all of you, accordingly take an extensive look at what’s written below – it’s gonna make your New Years a blast!

 

1. PLAZA ESPANYA

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

Best spot for an outdoor  celebration of the New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015! Be prepared for concerts, visual shows, flashing lights and human towers. Highlight of the evening – a 15 m high iron figure called ‘L’home del millenni’ (The Man of the Millenium), put on stage by the Catalan theatre group Fura del Baus.

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

 

2. PLAZA CATALUNYA

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

The centre of the middle of Barcelona, Plaza Catalunya will be the meeting point of all the tourists that usually spend New Year’s Eve outside, in the central points of their cities. After cheering ‘HAPPY NEW YEAR!’, the vast majority will most likely hit the pubs and bars on Las Ramblas – the most famous street in Barcelona, which is literally adjacent with the Plaza.

 

3. POBLE ESPANYOL

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

Considered to be one of the most atmospheric venues in the whole Barcelona due to its narrow size, Poble Espanyol is thus a more intimate approach towards spending the New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015. With retro music concerts featuring ’70s/’80s/’90s styles, the tickets cost 35€ and include five drinks, hot chocolate and a party bag! VIP tickets are 45€.

 

4. PARTIES ON THE BEACH

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

What can be better than a beach celebration of New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015? We’re telling you – NADA!! Grab your friends and your booze and be prepared to raid those beaches accompanied by other crazy people, all waiting for the marvellous fireworks from midnight! If you feel ‘adventurous’, you can try the parties from the W Hotel – 50€ to enter to the W lounge; 100€ for the Eclipse bar.

 

5. RAZZMATAZZ

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

Oh, Good ol’ Razzmatazz! Of course it couldn’t be missed from the list of venues for the New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015! With a unique ambience, Sala Razzmatazz can be the best choice for a techno clubbing, especially for those of you that are into electronica ‘warehouse’ parties. Tickets are 50€ (till midnight) and 40€ afterwards.

 

6. OPIUM

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

Alongside with Razzmatazz, Opium is also one of the most touristic clubs in Barcelona. Situated by the beach, it will also give you the opportunity to admire the midnight fireworks from shore, while enjoying excellent loud electronica! Ticket prices are 50€ (including one drink).

 

7. TABLAO DE CARMEN

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

Flamenco in its purest form! If you’re looking for the real thing for New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015, then Tablao de Carmen is definitely the place you will have to hit! All Spanish New Year’s Eve traditions gathered in one place to delight your senses with music, dances and amazing food, drinks and service!

 

8. HARLEM JAZZ CLUB

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

Wanna hear some latino vibes  during the New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015? Then off you go – Harlem Jazz Club! Do your warm up before going there, you are going to need all the muscles in your body, as the salsa, afrobeats or bossa nova style music will make you shake yo’ ass so hard that the next day not only you will feel the hangover, but also a very acute muscle soreness! Tickets are extremely cheap (considering other venues) – 16€ (live music and dj session after 2am).

 

9. HARD ROCK CAFE

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

For those of you who just wanna take it easy and chillax after a long 2014 year while enjoying a great 3-course Spanish dinner plus dessert, we recommend you the Hard Rock Cafe. Dinner, dessert, party bag and drinks will be 100€, whereas if you only wanna drink, it will cost you half.

 

Having mentioned all this stuff, have a crazy New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 2015, a Happy New 2015 Year and may all your wishes come true in 2015!

Muchisimas gracias,

Dragosh (El Dragon)

 

New Year's Eve in Barcelona 2015

 

 

Events in Barcelona December 2014!

Events Barcelona December 2014

This is it, ladies and gents – SuiteLife’s blog on events in Barcelona in December 2014! Feeling the holidays atmosphere already? That’s good, because we’d like to serve you a glimpse of the Barcelona December atmosphere, so have a close look at what happens here during this awesome month! To help you plan your visit to the heart of Catalunya, we’ve put together a list of the most important events in Barcelona in December 2014, so clap along and sing with us: *FELIZ NAVIDAD, FELIZ NAVIDAD / FELIZ NAVIDAD, PROSPERO ANO Y FELICIDAAAAD!*

 

1. ICE SKATING RINK

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Plaza Catalunya
  • PERIOD/DATE: 20th November 2014 – 6th January 2015
  • DESCRIPTION: just the typical artificial ice rink. Did I say typical? It’s not at all typical – it’s in the most central point of Barcelona!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Sports / Leisure

 

2. ELS GRANS DEL GOSPEL

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: different venues throughout the city
  • PERIOD/DATE: December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: the biggest gospel singers around the world gather together for one of the most famous gospel music shows, delighting the crowds during a three week period in December 2014!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Musical

 

3. FIRA DE SANTA LLUCIA

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Avenida de la Catedral (front of Barcelona Cathedral)
  • PERIOD/DATE: 30th November – 23rd December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: an almost 250 year old Christmas market, this event features traditional Catalan and Spanish Christmas gifts and sweets in a festive atmosphere within the oldest part of the city – Gotico!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Cultural

 

4. FIRA DE SANT ELOI

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Argenteria Street, El Born district
  • PERIOD/DATE: 1st December – 24th December
  • DESCRIPTION: Similar to Fira de Santa Llucia mentioned above, this Christmas market features almost the same products, but in a more intimate ambience; in addition to that, performances happen take place there every day in the interval 6pm – 8pm!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Cultural

 

5. ELTON JOHN CONCERT

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Palau Sant Jordi
  • PERIOD/DATE: 6th December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: Sir Elton John in a one of a kind concert in Barcelona!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Musical

 

6. FC BARCELONA vs ESPANYOL

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Camp Nou
  • PERIOD/DATE: 7th December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: The most heated local derby starring Barca and Espanyol!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Sports

 

7. FC BARCELONA vs PARIS SAINT GERMAIN (PSG)

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Camp Nou
  • PERIOD/DATE: 10th December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: Barca and PSG in a titan clash on Camp Nou to establish the leader of group F of the Uefa Champions League 2014/2015!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Sports

 

8. BCN ART 2014 – FIRA INTERNACIONAL D’ART CONTEMPORANI

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Casa Batllo
  • PERIOD/DATE: 12-13th December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: The International Festival of Contemporary Art, a follow up event of the Global Art Agency!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Arts

 

9. ENVERINATS (POISONOUS)

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Museu de Ciencies Naturals
  • PERIOD/DATE: 19th December 2014 – 1st January 2015
  • DESCRIPTION: More than 50 live poisonous and venomous animal specimens gathered together into a convention of dangerous animal species held at the Barcelona Museum of Natural Sciences!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Exhibition

 

10. NADAL AND SANT ESTEVE (CHRISTMAS AND BOXING DAY)

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: all over Barcelona
  • PERIOD/DATE: 25-26th December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: Public holidays in Barcelona, families enjoy escudella y carn d’olla (meat stew), seafood and truffled turkey, finishing off with great ingots of turrón (traditional Spanish sweets). Surprisingly, there is no Santa Claus in Catalunya, his role being replaced by ‘Caga Tio’ and ‘Caganer’ (‘The Pooping Dude’ and ‘Crapper’), who are supposed to ‘poop out’ the presents for the kids. More about this strange Christmas stuff right here!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Cultural

 

11. EL FESTIVAL DE LA INFANCIA

Barcelona Events December 2014

  • LOCATION: Fira Montjuic
  • PERIOD/DATE: 27th December 2014 – 4th January 2015
  • DESCRIPTION: Children’s Festival, where the little ones can have some fun, participating in activities, workshops, challenges and lots of games! Oh and also concerts!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Exhibition

 

12. BARCELONA WORLD RACE

Events Barcelona December 2014

  • LOCATION: Barcelona port
  • PERIOD/DATE: 31st December 2014
  • DESCRIPTION: A boats and yachts race around the world starting from Barcelona on the New Year’s Eve, expected to finish after approximately 3 months (March 2015)!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Sports

 

13. FIN DE ANO / CAP D’ANY (NEW YEAR’S EVE)

Events Barcelona December 2014

 

All these being said, have an awesome stay in Barcelona! We wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and may all your wishes and resolutions come true next year!

Muchisimas gracias,

Dragosh (El Dragon)

Halloween In Barcelona 2014

WHAT TO DO ON HALLOWEEN IN BARCELONA

Celebrating Halloween in Barcelona is quite different from many other countries. It is not easy to see a lot of people parading around the streets demanding candies or carving pumpkins, but Halloween in Barcelona brings you the full range of exciting Catalan traditions with many unique activities. Halloween here is a three day celebration known as Day of the Dead or “El Dia de los Muertos”. It starts from 31th October to 2nd November.  The day after Halloween is 1st November and it is a public holiday in Spain known as “Todos los Santos” (All Saints). Halloween in Spain is about commemorating loved ones who have passed and also to celebrate the continuity of life.

But, there is much more than that,  Suitelife will let you discover what Barcelona has to offer on Halloween.

Halloween in Barcelona

La Castanyada

The highlight of the Halloween celebration in Barcelona is La Castanyada or chestnut time. This is an intriguing celebration of eating “castanyes” (roasted chestnuts), “moniatos” (sweet potatoes), “panellets” (cakes) and drinking “muscatel” sweet wine. Many bars, especially near Las Ramblas, are decorated with spider webs. On the streets, you can see many people in spooky costumes and for foodies, this day should not be missed because there will be street vendors with stalls selling delicious delicacies. One of the most famous ones are castanyes which are chestnuts roasted on charcoal grills. This is a great idea to try something warm like hot wrapped roasted chestnuts before the weather turns cold. If you want to have a closer insight into Catalan culture, there are panellets. They are mini almond-flavored balls covered in pine nuts or in coconut, lemon, or chocolate. They are sold mostly in local bakeries. Finally, don’t forget to try boniatos (sweet potatoes) which are also sold by street vendors. Remember to combine the above foods with Muscatel wine served in porrons - a traditional Catalan wine pitcher with a stem to pour the wine into your mouth.

Halloween in Bcn

Not like many other holidays in Barcelona when there are massive parties on the streets, during Halloween, you get a more homey feeling. People go to churches or visit cemeteries to place flowers, wreaths, candles and then gather with families. There are nine cemeteries in Barcelona and they are full of people in Halloween.

PARTIES AND ACTIVITIES IN HALLOWEEN

Halloween in Barcelona is a chance to join in one of amazing costume theme parties. Most of them are held in clubs like Opium Bar, Shoko, Apolo and in some hotels as well. Below we pick some featured parties and fun activities from traditional  to fancy dressed ones (in no particular order).

1. Ruta de Altares

Ruta de Altares (or Alter Route) is a Halloween party in Mexican style. This kind of party is more and more well-known recently. Starting from 10th October to 24th October, this is an international project that connects various Mexican communities in the world to celebrate the Day of the Dead tradition. The public is invited to view themed alters dedicated to memory of the departed. The alters have different themes and are in around 30 bars, restaurants, and galleries in Barcelona.

Halloween party in Barcelona

2. Rock is dead

Rock is Dead - Barcelona Halloween 2014

Costumes, cocktails and an amazing panoramic view from the 26th floor of the W hotel, what can be more amazing than that? Every year, the W hotel organizes a special Eclipse Halloween edition  where you can dance in the ambience of a Gothic Glam party with the best music from DJs Agus and enjoy the live electric guitar set by Kamelmat. With the Gothic Glam dress code, make up artists will design the Gothic Glam look for the guests.

Address: Plaza de la Rosa dels Vents, 1 pl. 26, Barcelona

Food: Oriental food

Drink price: From 12€ | Soft drinks from 4€; VIP Price: Bottle of cava from 40€ | Normal from 150€

Door policy: 23 years old | Elegant & Stylish

 

 

3. Halloween Boat Party

If you like adventure, you definitely want to try to have a party on board. The Halloween Boat Party is an awesome experience as you can celebrate Halloween on a catamaran and sail around the Mediterranean. With the fee of 30 EUR,  you will get free beer/cava and 3 hours on boat with DJ + Appetizer. On 31 October, the catamaran will leave at 19h from Port Vell and arrive at Port Olimpic. Get more info about this unique party here
Best Halloween parties in Barcelona

4. La Posada Maldita

Do you want to try some fun terrifying experience ? Located in Cerdanyola del Vallès just outside Barcelona, Posada Maldita is a well known restaurant because it is more an attraction than a place to eat. Having a Halloween-themed for 365 days a year, this place will make you both laugh out loud and scream your lungs out at the same time. During the meal, you will be kept awake because you will receive many famous scary visitors such as the Beast, the bloody chef, some zombies,…This is a perfect place for meeting friends, Bachelor parties, etc. The menu price is 38 EUR, including a starter, a main dish, dessert and drinks.

Address: Avinguda de la Flor de Maig, 57, 08290 Cerdanyola del Vallès, Barcelona

Halloween in Bcn

5. Irish pubsHalloween in Barcelona 2014

You might or might not know but Halloween is originally Celtic. If you want to find some true Halloween spirit with Jack-o-lantern, dressing up as ghosts and ghouls, snapping apples,…, listen to good ghost story and have some craic. You never feel alone when you are in an Irish pub ! There are a lot of Irish pubs in Barcelona, check out our Top Irish pubs in Barcelona and choose your favorite one !

 

Useful Spanish Halloween words

Last but not least, let’s learn some Spanish Halloween words !

Halloween - Noche de Brujas
Pumpkin - La calabaza
Carved pumpkins - calabazas talladas
Farol – lamp
Vampires – vampiros
Ghosts – fantasmas
Witches – brujas
Zombies – zombies
Skeletons – esqueletos
Mummy – momie
Dress up - disfrazarse
Trick or Treat – truco o trato
Sweets and treats - dulces y golosinas

Suitelife wishes you a bloody happy Halloween !

~ Trang

Events in Barcelona in October 2014

What’s on in Barcelona this October 2014 – best events and venues

Looking for info about the best events in Barcelona in October 2014?  You have come to the right place! The following blog article will be providing you the things you need to know if you plan on taking in the most of Barcelona in the upcoming month. So instead of just ‘skim-passing’ through Barcelona, here’s a list with the MUST-DO stuff in this wonderful city in October.

 

1. THE GREAT PARTY OF BARCELONETA (FESTA MEJOR DE LA BARCELONETA)

Festa Barceloneta

 

  • LOCATION: the Barceloneta neighbourhood, Ciutat Vella district
  • PERIOD/DATE: end of September, beginning of October
  • DESCRIPTION: in-the-street parties involving fireworks, football tournaments, traditional music and dances, free Spanish food & drinks tastings, sweets for the children thrown away by characters performing in marvelous parades.
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Cultural

 

2. PHARELL CONCERT IN BARCELONA

Pharell Williams Concert in Barcelona

 

  • LOCATION: El Palau Sant Jordi Arena, Montjuic Hill
  • PERIOD/DATE: 1st October
  • DESCRIPTION: Extraordinary concert of the American singer Pharell Williams as part of his worldwide Dear Girl Tour
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Musical

 

3. SWAB INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR BARCELONA

SWAB International Contemporary Art Fair

 

  • LOCATION: Fira de Barcelona, Sants-Montjuic
  • PERIOD/DATE: 2-5 October
  • DESCRIPTION: Exhibition featuring young artists just starting their careers, focusing on increasing awareness and access of the general public to the contemporary art
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Artistic
  • FOR TICKETS: https://proticketing.com

 

4. EROTIC FAIR BARCELONA (SALON EROTICO BARCELONA) 2014

Erotic Fair Barcelona

  • LOCATION: Pavelló de la Vall d’Hebron
  • PERIOD/DATE: 2-5 October
  • DESCRIPTION: Hottest fair in Barcelona, with erotic live shows, sex toy stalls, lap dances, erotic massages and even sex ed workshops
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Exhibition
  • FOR TICKETS: http://www.saloneroticodebarcelona.com/index.php?ca

 

5. INTERNATIONAL CINEMA FESTIVAL SITGES (SITGES FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINEMA)

Sitges Film Festival

  • LOCATION: Sitges, 40kms from Barcelona
  • PERIOD/DATE: 3-12 October
  • DESCRIPTION: Early film festival, one of the oldest film festivals in Spain (started in 1968), considered to be the leading horror and fantasy film festival in the whole world
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Artistic
  • FOR TICKETS: http://sitgesfilmfestival.com/eng/programa/entrades

 

6. ROMAN COLLOSEUM GAMES SHOW BARCELONA

Colloseum

 

  • LOCATION: Palau Sant Jordi Arena, Montjuic Hill (yeah, that’s right – it’s the same place where Pharell will be having the concert!)
  • PERIOD/DATE: 4th October
  • DESCRIPTION: Live shows featuring gladiator battles and chariot races
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Historical

 

7. GARMIN TRIATHLON BARCELONA 2014

Garmin Barcelona Triathlon

  • LOCATION: Nova Mar Bella and Llevant beaches
  • PERIOD/DATE: 5th October, 8 am
  • DESCRIPTION: One of the largest triathlons in Spain and definitely the largest in Catalunya, with over 6,000 athletes taking part in the event each year
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Sports

 

8. BARCELONA JAZZ FESTIVAL

Jazz Festival Barcelona

 

9. KYLIE MINOGUE CONCERT IN BARCELONA

Kylie Minogue Concert Barcelona

 

10. BARCELONA BOAT SHOW (SALON NAUTICO) 2014

Barcelona International Boat Show

  • LOCATION: Port Vell Marina, Barcelona port
  • PERIOD/DATE: 15-19th October
  • DESCRIPTION: Boat exhibition featuring more than 700 boats and yachts, more than 300 exhibitors, providing the participants the opportunity to test drive all the water vehicles
  • ENTERTAINMENT: Exhibition
  • FOR TICKETS: http://www.salonnautico.com/en/acreditaciones-y-entradas

 

11. 48H OPEN HOUSES BARCELONA

Casa Batlló

  • LOCATION: throughout all neighbourhoods of Barcelona
  • PERIOD/DATE: mid-late October
  • DESCRIPTION: during a two-day period, more than 150 buildings in Barcelona open their doors to welcome architecture-savvy tourists
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Cultural

 

12. FC BARCELONA vs. AJAX AMSTERDAM

Barcelona - Ajax

 

13. THE MARKET OF THE MARKETS (MERCAT DE MERCATS)

Mercat de Mercats

  • LOCATION: Avenida de la Catedral
  • PERIOD/DATE: Late October
  • DESCRIPTION: All that Barcelona/Catalunya/Spain have the best in terms of food and drinks delicacies, everything gathered in one place – Mercat de Mercats! *GULP*
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Food&Drink

 

14. MANGA FAIR BARCELONA

Manga Fair Barcelona

  • LOCATION: Fira de Barcelona
  • PERIOD/DATE: 30th October – 2nd November
  • DESCRIPTION: A four-day manga event featuring video games, performances and cosplayers from all over the world. For more info, check out our blog article about Japanese Culture in Barcelona HERE!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Exhibition
  • FOR TICKETS: https://proticketing.com/ficomic/ca_ES/entradas/evento/1957

 

15. PASSENGER CONCERT BARCELONA

Passenger Concert Barcelona

 

16. LA CASTANYADA

La Castanyada Barcelona

  • LOCATION: All over Barcelona
  • PERIOD/DATE: 31st October
  • DESCRIPTION: The day before All Saints Day marks the Castanyada – the name comes from the fact that people usually cook chestnuts (castanyes) this day – so make sure you eat at least a handful of those because they are delicious (not to mention the sides: moniatos – sweet roasted potatoes and panellets – small balls of almond paste covered in pine nuts)!
  • ENTERTAINMENT TYPE: Food&Drink
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