All year round Catalonia celebrates lots of events tied to its most deeply-rooted culture and traditions. Fairs, human towers, town festivals, fiestas, processions and more; they’re all part of Catalonia’s popular and cultural festive heritage.

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A passion play is a theatrical depiction of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The biggest two in Catalonia are performed in Esparreguera and Olesa de Montserrat.

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Tàrrega Fair in the Terres de Lleida is the preeminent street arts fair in Catalonia. It has been running since 1981 and is one of the foremost events of its kind in southern Europe.

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Every summer in Peralada, dance and music take to the stage to bring a symphony of performances featuring classical music, opera, jazz, flamenco and gospel in the Peralada Castle Music Festival.

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The community of Barcelona, ​​a great promoter of the economy during the XIII and XIV centuries, is going to leave a great loan to the city. El Call, the neighborhood in which to establish, preserves a large part of the enchantment and the life of that time and the places to visit on this tailor …

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Carnival is a popular festival widely celebrated throughout Catalonia. Its origins go back to the ancient pagan festivals which were once held in Greek and Roman times to welcome the advent of spring.

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Troupes, dance performances, fire and firecrackers take centre stage at the Patum in Berga. This traditional celebration started out in ancient medieval theatre performances and dates back more than five centuries.

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The calçotada in Valls is a festive, community and promotional event for calçot onions held on the last Sunday in January. In the 20th century, calçots were a staple of winter meals and family gatherings in Valls but it was not until 1940 that the calçotada really took off.

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The Serra de Collserola offers some privileged views of Barcelona and hides architectural joys of Catalan Modernism. BarcelonArt of Travel helps you to discover by an urban and Modernisme green route, that will reveal the splendid past of the city at the foot of the famous mountain of Tibidabo.

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For the kids, beach days could go on forever. The hours tick by and the fun doesn’t stop, whether it’s building sandcastles, splashing about in the waves or playing with a ball. The Hansen family have chosen to enjoy a day at the beach on the Costa Daurada. 

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Astrid keeps getting messages after sharing with her friends a photo of her in front of the Sant Pau Catalan Art Nouveau site. They are amazed by the style and beauty of this building designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner.

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The Jones family decides to set up base camp at the La Rectoria de Sant Miquel de Pineda rural B&B on the Costa Brava. They have arranged this getaway so the kids can have fun in nature. They plan to do a number of ecotourism activities: a kayak trip along the Fluvià River to do …

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