Why did people used to celebrate Palm Sunday so much. And what do palm leaves and branches have to do with final days in Jesus’ life?
Bestiuari 2019: the get-together that will be drawing more than fifty festive beasts from all around
Saturday, 6 April will see Parc de Sant Martí packed with festival beasts hailing from every Catalan-speaking land
As spring is one of the most eagerly-awaited seasons of the year, there are a wealth of traditional sayings which speak about the arrival of the swallows, flowers in bloom and the unpredictable weather associated with this time of year.
Sant Josep Oriol is a Barcelona saint who led a life of vicissitudes, austerity and complete devotion to looking after others. As a good saint, miracles are also attributed to him, the most famous being when he turned a radish into coins. Want to get...
A series of popular cultural activities have been organised for close to 5 years, every 15 March, the patron saint's day. This year will see a gathering of festive imagery and a day of human-tower making.
Santa Madrona is the least known of Barcelona's three patron saints. But there are two churches dedicated to her in Poble-sec, and a festival is held for her in the spring.