A guide to Barcelona Old Town

Barcelona’s Old Town may not be Europe’s oldest but it is empirically one of its most popular, and it’s easy to see why. Dating back to 133 B.C. the political and geographical centre of the Catalan capital is a maze of historical wonders, arranged like a living museum overflowing with artifacts and atmosphere. The Cuitat…

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Castanyada

In Barcelona and practically all over Catalonia, La Castanyada is celebrated, a traditional festival that takes place on the night of 31 October, prior to All Saints’ Day. There are many popular festivals and also recreational activities for children to celebrate Halloween and the Chestnut. One of the places where there are workshops focused on…

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The Rental Market in Barcelona 2018

Barcelona’s rise to fame is well documented. Since the Olympic Games of 1992, the Catalan capital has hardly looked back. The transformation made the city one-of-a-kind: a progressive urban resort boasting an enviable quality of life, a vibrant culture, a burgeoning gastronomic scene and, more recently, a growing business hub. The international community took note.…

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