While the festivities in most European cities are usually over just as December ends, Spain reaches its’ festivity peak on the 5th and 6th of January. Spanish people celebrate Cavalcada dels Reis, resembling the Epiphany – arrival of the Three Kings.
During this seven-day festival, the whole charming and bohemian district is transformed into unique themes during the days and hold concerts and open-air party at nights. Being a tradition and carrying a rich history, the festival has welcome thousands of people to attend its 200th edition in 2017.
Sant Jordi is the name of St George in Catalan. As St George day, Sant Jordi is on 23 April. For most of the people in Barcelona and Catalonia, this is the most romantic day in the year, the “El Día de los Amantes” (Lovers Day) and sometimes “El Día de la Rosa” (Rose Day). Sant Jordi is not a public holiday, but it is a cultural and romantic festival for everyone.
Barcelona has three main Christmas Markets all around the city. Let's have a look at them. Fira de Santa Llúcia Illustration 1 Fira de Santa Llucia by Emi Yañez | flickr Dating back to 1786, the traditional Christmas Fair has expanded up to over 300 stalls, selling all kinds of Christmas related things. The Christmas […]