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Barcelona y Flamenco

Flamenco is an art-form based on folkloric music traditions of southern Spain; primarily from Andalusia, but also with roots in Extremadura and Murcia. It combines baile (dance) with cante (singing) and toque (musicianship). In 2010, UNESCO included flamenco on its List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Barcelona y Flamenco is the most famous flamenco production in Barcelona. Events are […]

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CeleBreak: Play Amateur Football in Barcelona

CeleBreak was launched in 2014 by brothers Daniel and Sebastian Foth and their cousin Gabriel Fustero Fernández. The football loving family team organizes daily football sessions, football leagues and different tournaments for amateur players in Barcelona and its surrounding areas. Daily Pick-Up Football Daily Pick-Up Football Sessions allow you to join whenever you want and pay […]

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El Molino

El Molino (the mill) is a theatre and concert hall on Parallel Avenue in Poble Sec, a neighborhood historically known for the performing arts. It opened in 1898 under the name of Aviary Catalana. In 1910 the name to changed to Petit Moulin Rouge, but with the arrival of the Franco dictatorship in 1939, the […]

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Tibidabo Amusement Park

Tibidabo is a mountain of 512 metres (1,680 ft) overlooking Barcelona, the tallest in the Collserola range. Sagrat Cor church and Tibidabo amusement park share the top and the Torre de Collserola telecommunications tower is a short walk away. Tibidabo amusement park has existed for over a century making it one of the oldest in the […]

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Barcelona Aquarium

Almost three quarters of our planet is covered with water. The Barcelona aquarium allows us to explore this important but little known world. The exhibition area consists of 66 aquariums, 11,000 specimens, 450 different species and 6 million liters of water. Over 1.5 million people visit the aquarium each year. Shark Cage Diving: up close with […]

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Barcelona Improv Group Festival 2019

Barcelona’s biggest comedy event is back, with some of the world’s best improv comedians on stage right here at The BIG IF, one of Europe’s largest English language improv festivals, running from November 6th to 9th. 200 improvisers from more than 20 countries will take to the stage across 4 nights to deliver 16 original […]

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Arte Bar

Arte Bar, launched by Americans Alisa Rosseter and Bruce Anderson in February of 2017 is quickly becoming a local sensation. The studio situated in the Eixample neighborhood offers no-experience-required painting and wine nights. Prior to moving to Barcelona, Bruce and Alisa had organized fine art summer camps in the US, France and in nearby Girona. […]

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Park Güell

Originally intended as a housing development project for the elite of Barcelona, Park Güell was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 and now stands among the top tourist attractions in the city. Origins of Park Güell Antoni Gaudí had a long working relationship with the Catalan industrialist Eusebi Güell prior to beginning work on Park Güell. The […]

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