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What to do in Barcelona in January: Cakes, Kings and Choirs

Happy New Year, New Year in Barcelona, What to do in January What to do in Barcelona in January: Cakes, Kings and Choirs January in Barcelona is a quieter time, but that doesn’t mean that the festivities stop and the city shuts down for a month. On the contrary, as a Catholic country (officially, although many people in Cataluña are not religious), there are still two more holidays in January to be celebrated before the yuletide season comes to a close. There are also still many amazing activities ta...
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What to do on New Yearís in Barcelona

New Year's Eve, Plaza Espanya - Barcelona Are you feeling the pressure? That nagging end of  the year feeling, the need to have the maximum amount of fun lined up for New Year’s Eve? If you are in Barcelona, you’re in luck, we’ll point you in the direction of the best restaurants, activities and parties on the night. No Sour Grapes! In Spain and Catalonia festivities come with their own customs. At the stroke of midnight you are “obligated” ...
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What to do in December in Barcelona: Markets, Meals & Making Merry

christmas markets, drinking wine in barcelona, december in barcelona What to do in December in Barcelona: Markets, Meals & Making Merry The Christmas lights are up, the air smells like roasting chestnuts and there’s a feeling of warmth even though it’s cold outside – it must be December in Barcelona! This old city doesn’t stop just because it’s chilly in the streets and a frosty wind is blowing leaves around the ankles of the locals, there’s still plenty to see and do. Read on to find out how to make ...
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