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Sitges is a lovely Mediterranean coastal town, a seaside resort some 35 km southwest of Barcelona in Catalonia. Named 'the St. Tropez of Spain' by the Telegraph this former fishermen village boasts 17 beautiful beaches and is home to famous festivals including its International Film Festival,

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From August 15 to 21 the district of Gracia throws Barcelona's popular Festa Major, an annual street party that goes on for a week and a huge attraction to see the effort that neighbours put into decorating their streets. https://youtu.be/TsNN6RhMCX4 There's also a packed programme of concerts,

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All throughout the summer, the roof terrace at La Pedrera in the heart of Barcelona turns into an outstanding setting offering the most spectacular views over the city together with live music, colourful projections and a glass of cava to round off the night. https://youtu.be/oLUrAmZfdBs The events

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An original revelation of the art of Picasso encompassing painting, sculpture, ceramics, poetry and theatre, and emphasising on the role of the restaurant as a meeting place for the avant-gardes, the exhibition running at Museu Picasso in Barcelona showcases a tremendous work of art ranging

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One of Catalonia’s most famous traditions is that of the castells (castles) - human towers that are lifted by building different levels of people until reaching breathtaking heights of ten levels. The people who carry out this activity are known as castellers and the tradition is

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If travelling this weekend to Barcelona, you might consider staying one day longer. Monday is Sant Jordi, Saint George's day, and it is one of the most beautiful events you can witness in the Catalan capital.     Catalunya's version of Valentine's day, Sant Jordi is a very

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