For the last six years, the Colla Gegantera de Sant Jaume [Sant Jaume Giants Group] has organised an annual meeting for a walkabouts during their patron saint's festivitiesThis year's meeting will be on the afternoon of 26 July. Gegants [giants] from...
Traditions. Founded in 1969, they are the city's oldest casteller group. Nearly half a century of experience during which time the way human pyramids are built has evolved.
Culture Corpus Christi is back, and one of Barcelona's most unique celebrations, the dancing egg, is once again the big star of the day throughout the city.
Culture The third edition of the Catalan Festival has begun; a taste of popular culture that aims to demonstrate the wealth and vitality of the country's traditions to people visiting the city.
Traditions. Hundreds of Catholic faithful made their way to the Santa Anna parish church on Good Friday to see this emotional and historic moment.
Carnival. The Carnival celebration in Barcelona was already famous and admired throughout Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. Its truly participatory nature and extremes of revelry made it a highly unique event.