Shows in Barcelona
Saint John’s Eve (Revetlla de Sant Joan, in Catalan) is the most magical night of the year. It is also the shortest and marks the beginning of summer. Barcelona residents celebrate the evening and night of 23 June by lighting traditional bonfires, taking nocturnal swims and eating typical pastries called coques de Sant Joan.
The Olympic Port of Barcelona is one of the busiest leisure spaces in Barcelona. Below we present the most iconic restaurants and nightclubs.
Barcelona’s link with music is no secret. That’s why, every year, some of Europe’s most important festivals of all musical styles are held here.
With a seating capacity of 99,354, Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe and the best place to watch harmonious football played by a team that is as synchronised as an orchestra.
If there is such a thing as a fusion of the arts, the Palau de la Música Catalana is, without question, the best place to experience it.
Plaça de Catalunya is the very heart of Barcelona, through which a multitude of people pass to enjoy its shopping and leisure options.
Right on the Rambla stands the Gran Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona. Its walls have laid witness to almost two centuries of music, dance and opera having risen like a phoenix from the ashes after the fire that devastated the building in 1994.
Capturing the essence of a country wasn’t an easy task, but with the Poble Espanyol, they managed it. Since 1929, they’ve been inviting visitors to take a tour of the entire country, without even leaving Barcelona.
The Gràcia Festival is celebrated in August, and is Barcelona’s most popular and colourful festival. Stroll around the streets of the Gràcia neighbourhood, and be amazed and impressed by the decorative displays.
On the slopes of Montjuïc hill lies this huge fountain, whose interplay of water, music and light has dazzled locals and visitors alike since 1929.