Barcelona és tradicions úniques. És productes de la terra. És cultura. És escapades i trobades en família. Barcelona és una i moltes a la vegada. Tantes, que tens moltes propostes per descobrir-les aquest Nadal. Quina Barcelona coneixes tu?

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Mercat de Nadal

Tasta el brou de Nadal cuinat amb aigua termal i llenya en l'olla més gran de Catalunya dins d'un ambient nadalenc.

En família

Head with the family to one of the most special Christmas fairs in Catalonia if you want to get hold of the best Christmas tree!


“Fia-faia, que nostro Senyor ha nascut a la paia” (“Fia-faia, for our Lord is born in the hay”), sing the residents of Bagà and Sa...

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<p>Terrassa Modernist Festival</p>

Near Barcelona, you will find many examples of modernist works created at the turn of the 20th century. Urban mansions and summer houses, churches and hospitals, warehouses and gardens, factories and wineries designed by some of the great architects of the movement in Catalonia: Antoni Gaudí, Lluís Domènech i Montaner and Josep Puig i Cadafalch. To commemorate this cultural movement and its style, several towns and cities organise festivals and fairs. Would you like to know which ones?

<p>Castellers de Vilafranca</p>

Strength, balance, courage and common sense, the four key concepts of human tower building, repeated like a mantra by its practitioners. For spectators, the most appropriate words might be thrills, nerves, suspense and joy. Without a doubt, to experience a human tower building event is to navigate a sea of sensations. So it’s no wonder that UNESCO inscribed this Catalan tradition par excellence on its list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

<p>Main Festival of Vilafranca del Penedès</p>

In this ancient country we're passionate about protecting and celebrating our festivals and traditions. We enjoy our great Mediterranean climate, sea, landscape and traditions with festive, joyful and infectious enthusiasm! Drop everything and join us as we usher in the main festivals of our towns and cities. In addition to paying homage to the local patron saint, you can enjoy plenty of other activities in these popular and inclusive festivals: street parades, gegants and capgrossos (papier mâché giant and "big head" figures), trabucaires (bandits carrying blunderbuss guns), music, dancing, diables (groups of people dressed as devils who set off fireworks) and spectacular human towers.

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