Llum ("light" in Catalan) is ready to illuminate Barcelona's most beautiful buildings and spaces. Running annually since 2012, the festival is expected to take place at the Poblenou district.
The festival of sweets in the charming district of Gracia welcomes you to celebrate. Based on a popular pilgrimage story in 1830, the festival now showcases a spectacular parade with sweets as gifts.
The Zurich Marathon in Barcelona is an annual marathon that has become a world-famous sporting event. The good weather conditions converge with the thrilling 42 km of city loop to create a relaxing environment.
Celebrate Eurovision Song Contest in this second edition of the Barcelona Eurovision Party at the Sant Jordi Club.
One of the most anticipated Catalan public holidays celebrating Saint George. Tale has it that he killed a dragon that has been terrorizing the local communities. The Sant Jordi festival has become well-renown as a celebrated Catalan festivity since the 18th century. In Catalonia, people exchange a rose and a memento on Sant Jordi's Day....
This premium music festival is undoubtably the most awaited in the city. Not only open to the public, music professionals are also invited to conferences, workshops, debating on the lates in the music scene.
Celebrate the start of summer the traditional way -- lighting bonfires. On these nights, communities celebrate together with music, eating coca flatbread and burning woods and old furniture.
In 1887, a pest epidemic wiped out all vineyard in the Penedes region. But they overcame it with bravery and tenacity. How did they do it? This festival recreates the town's victory, centered in fire and music.