More culture. The creator of the poster is Barcelona-based illustrator and artist Chamo San.
While the festival is still very much alive in other Catalan towns and cities, it has lost popularity in Barcelona. Nowadays, there is only two places that holds a Sant Pere revetlla: the Farinera del Clot Cultural Centre.
The eve of Sant Joan is a magical night which sees families, friends and neighbours fill the streets in celebration.
Fireworks must be used with caution. Here is some basic advice to help you to enjoy a safe festive eve!
Cocas made with fruit and pine nuts, accompanied by a good cava or muscatel wine, are an essential part of the eve of Sant Joan. And, as with any traditional food, “coca” has a long history behind it, packed with stories and variations well worth...
The Nit de Sant Joan (St John's Eve) is a magic night of wonders reserved only for key and important dates in the calendar, such as Christmas and New Year's Eve. Spells, ordeals and formulas have come down to us thanks to the enthusiastic efforts of...
When we say the 'Nit de Sant Joan' is one of the city's oldest festivals, we're not saying it just for the sake of it: the basic elements – lighting bonfires, throwing firecrackers and filling the public space – have remained unchanged since the...
Every exposition, conference and open-door of Corpus Christi 2023 at Barcelona.
Despite the drought, The Dancing Egg will be back in the streets and courtyards of Barcelona and adapting to the situation. Discover all the eggs you can visit this year, experiencing this quintessential Barcelona tradition in an innovative way.